Hurricane Hank swept through the nation's capital yesterday with gale-force regulatory winds and a tidal surge of federal cash, upending two of Washington's biggest enterprises and permanently changing the landscape of housing finance in America.
Did you not get the memo?
People, it is hurricane season. We are already hearing three times our Recommended Daily Allowance of storm-related vocabulary words in articles legitimately covering weather events. We are going to bloody overdose if you keep this up. And it's not especially clever. Every September, this happens. It's like a bad running gag.
Please. Stop it.