NOAA’s stormy robo-version of “Deck the Halls”

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s automated voice sang the song “Deck the Halls”. If you can weather hearing it, you can weather practically anything.

[HT @SaraZielinski]

4 Responses to “NOAA’s stormy robo-version of “Deck the Halls””

  1. DeanofDance Says:

    Aww, couldn’t they have used the feminine voice. I was just thinking last night how sexy she was. The way she says “Pontiac” turns me right on. I listen for her every night.

  2. Julia Lunetta Says:

    This reminds me of that holiday album Stephen Hawking put out a few years back.

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