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hng
2012-12-09 02:09:10 AM

make me some tea: I like it but there is such a thing as too much.

Yeah, like anything over 1".



that's not what she said.
 
2012-12-09 02:09:18 AM
Woot!
 
Hanukkah song.
 
2012-12-09 02:09:26 AM

Ed Grubermann: Fish City? Okay, you have to play Brand New Pair of Roller Skates.


Fist City

and I hate that goddamned Roller Skate song.
 
2012-12-09 02:09:26 AM
fist city to hannuakuachakchan
 
2012-12-09 02:10:30 AM

Duck_of_Doom: Hey, Warchild, if you're still in the thread, thank you. :-)


no problem, enjoy :)
 
hng
2012-12-09 02:11:16 AM
Hannukah Harri

sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net
 
2012-12-09 02:11:52 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Woot!
 
Hanukkah song.


My Jewish relatives love this (well the ones under 80)
 
2012-12-09 02:12:01 AM
I was dating a girl named Veronica when Sandler first started this schtick.
 
2012-12-09 02:12:01 AM

hng: soosh: Santa Claus got stuck in my chimney
When he came last year
butt babby?

crayfisher.files.wordpress.com
This is Quinn's remains. He sits atop my piano...
 
2012-12-09 02:13:32 AM
Ok soosh your show has replaced the boring pop music they play over the PA here at the hotel I work at.
 
2012-12-09 02:13:55 AM

sleeper2995: Ok soosh your show has replaced the boring pop music they play over the PA here at the hotel I work at.


awesome!
 
2012-12-09 02:14:14 AM

soosh: Ed Grubermann: Fish City? Okay, you have to play Brand New Pair of Roller Skates.

Fist City


Oh, that's load better.
Link
 
2012-12-09 02:16:58 AM

make me some tea: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: I hate snow.

I like it but there is such a thing as too much.

Yeah, like anything over 1".


Exactly, and if it last more than a day or a few hours it's a pain.
 
2012-12-09 02:17:49 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: I hate snow.

I like it but there is such a thing as too much.

Yeah, like anything over 1".

Exactly, and if it last more than a day or a few hours it's a pain.


Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.
 
2012-12-09 02:17:49 AM

hng: make me some tea: I like it but there is such a thing as too much.

Yeah, like anything over 1".


that's not what she said.


Just the tip ; )
 
2012-12-09 02:18:52 AM

chud21: What the hell am I doing?


If someone offers you cheese fondue, just say no.
 
2012-12-09 02:21:26 AM

daRog: chud21: What the hell am I doing?

If someone offers you cheese fondue, just say no.


Dipping your head under the chocolate fountain is still ok, right?
 
2012-12-09 02:22:21 AM

Duck_of_Doom: daRog: chud21: What the hell am I doing?

If someone offers you cheese fondue, just say no.

Dipping your head under the chocolate fountain is still ok, right?


swim at your own risk

img.chan4chan.com
 
2012-12-09 02:22:37 AM

soosh: Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.


I will see Alaska someday, but not in the winter.
 
2012-12-09 02:23:24 AM

hng: sleeper2995: Finally I'm working on a slow night at the Hampton Inn here in Terre Haute, IN

I've spent many a night at the Super-8 just across the highway. I sooooo do not miss the railroad.,


You just got favorited!
 
2012-12-09 02:23:26 AM

soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: I hate snow.

I like it but there is such a thing as too much.

Yeah, like anything over 1".

Exactly, and if it last more than a day or a few hours it's a pain.

Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.


I think I could deal with that as long as the roads were cleared, but if we have an inch or more that sticks to the roads it quickly get's crushed into ice and is hell to drive on, especially since no one clears roads or knows how to drive on ice.
 
2012-12-09 02:24:02 AM

Duck_of_Doom: daRog: chud21: What the hell am I doing?

If someone offers you cheese fondue, just say no.

Dipping your head under the chocolate fountain is still ok, right?


That's not chocolate.
 
2012-12-09 02:24:45 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: I hate snow.

I like it but there is such a thing as too much.

Yeah, like anything over 1".

Exactly, and if it last more than a day or a few hours it's a pain.

Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.

I think I could deal with that as long as the roads were cleared, but if we have an inch or more that sticks to the roads it quickly get's crushed into ice and is hell to drive on, especially since no one clears roads or knows how to drive on ice.


the roads here can be snow/ice covered for weeks at a time. people (mostly) figure out how to drive in it before too long.
 
2012-12-09 02:24:46 AM
Oh jeez, played this exact arrangement in pep band in college.
 
2012-12-09 02:25:16 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: I hate snow.

I like it but there is such a thing as too much.

Yeah, like anything over 1".

Exactly, and if it last more than a day or a few hours it's a pain.

Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.

I think I could deal with that as long as the roads were cleared, but if we have an inch or more that sticks to the roads it quickly get's crushed into ice and is hell to drive on, especially since no one clears roads or knows how to drive on ice.


That would kill thousands of bad Florida drivers.

Is it wrong to pray for snow?
 
2012-12-09 02:25:35 AM

make me some tea: soosh: Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.

I will see Alaska someday, but not in the winter.


This. So want to see Alaska after Soosh's and HNG's pics.
 
2012-12-09 02:26:26 AM
driving about ten miles along the highway tonight, there was a little more than one per mile of marks of cars that had gone off into the median recently.
 
hng
2012-12-09 02:26:36 AM

make me some tea: soosh: Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.

I will see Alaska someday, but not in the winter.


It's beautiful. here in the summer, but man... the winter has this total awesome crazy beauty. There is no way to describe the awesomeness.
 
2012-12-09 02:27:02 AM

soosh: swim at your own risk

[img.chan4chan.com image 436x600]


The last picture is too funny.
 
2012-12-09 02:27:09 AM

soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: I hate snow.

I like it but there is such a thing as too much.

Yeah, like anything over 1".

Exactly, and if it last more than a day or a few hours it's a pain.

Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.

I think I could deal with that as long as the roads were cleared, but if we have an inch or more that sticks to the roads it quickly get's crushed into ice and is hell to drive on, especially since no one clears roads or knows how to drive on ice.

the roads here can be snow/ice covered for weeks at a time. people (mostly) figure out how to drive in it before too long.


Anchorage can be even worse. A warm spell can cause it to rise above 32 F during the day, then drop below at night and glaze the hell out of everything.

Myself, I employ the Jeep Wrangler solution. Absolute blast to drive in the snow, and decent even on ice without studs.
 
2012-12-09 02:27:36 AM

Twitch Boy: Oh jeez, played this exact arrangement in pep band in college.


hah. what instrument did/do you play?

I played tenor and alto sax for about six years in school, but then they wouldn't let me continue band because I was on the varsity football team and so couldn't do marching band, which pissed me off.
 
hng
2012-12-09 02:28:01 AM

soosh: the roads here can be snow/ice covered for weeks at a time.


North Douglas-like typing detected.
 
2012-12-09 02:28:30 AM

hng: make me some tea: soosh: Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.

I will see Alaska someday, but not in the winter.

It's beautiful. here in the summer, but man... the winter has this total awesome crazy beauty. There is no way to describe the awesomeness.


this is very true. it's insanely gorgeous here in the winter.
 
2012-12-09 02:29:31 AM

soosh: the roads here can be snow/ice covered for weeks at a time. people (mostly) figure out how to drive in it before too long.


Dumb question: Do people use chains on their tires?
 
2012-12-09 02:29:38 AM

hng: soosh: the roads here can be snow/ice covered for weeks at a time.

North Douglas-like typing detected.


hell yeah. and neighborhoods out in the valley.
 
2012-12-09 02:29:38 AM

soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: I hate snow.

I like it but there is such a thing as too much.

Yeah, like anything over 1".

Exactly, and if it last more than a day or a few hours it's a pain.

Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.

I think I could deal with that as long as the roads were cleared, but if we have an inch or more that sticks to the roads it quickly get's crushed into ice and is hell to drive on, especially since no one clears roads or knows how to drive on ice.

the roads here can be snow/ice covered for weeks at a time. people (mostly) figure out how to drive in it before too long.


Yea, I had to sorta learn when I was in Nashville during an ice storm and several snows, it's not fun when you're not used to it,.
 
hng
2012-12-09 02:30:24 AM

Twitch Boy: Anchorage can be even worse. A warm spell can cause it to rise above 32 F during the day, then drop below at night and glaze the hell out of everything.


Fark Anchorage... that's too cold and snowy. And a SUPERFark(TM) to Fairbanks... that's just not of this planet.
 
2012-12-09 02:30:35 AM

Twitch Boy: Anchorage can be even worse. A warm spell can cause it to rise above 32 F during the day, then drop below at night and glaze the hell out of everything.


This happens in Juneau about every other week. Sometimes every other day. With the added thrill of rain on top of the ice.
 
2012-12-09 02:30:45 AM

hng: make me some tea: soosh: Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.

I will see Alaska someday, but not in the winter.

It's beautiful. here in the summer, but man... the winter has this total awesome crazy beauty. There is no way to describe the awesomeness.


Back home, usually in Jan/Feb, there are storms that come through and blanket the mountains surrounding Vegas with snow down to the 3,500' level (the city is at the 3,000' level on average). You wake up in the morning and the entire valley is ringed with white mountains. This happens about 2-3 times each winter. It's usually all melted up to perhaps 7,000' by the afternoon, but holy hell is that an amazing sight. It's also not hindering my morning commute, so that's nice.

www.lasvegas-nv.com
 
2012-12-09 02:31:12 AM

Duck_of_Doom: soosh: the roads here can be snow/ice covered for weeks at a time. people (mostly) figure out how to drive in it before too long.

Dumb question: Do people use chains on their tires?


some people, when it gets really bad. a lot more studded tires or four wheel drive. I have an Infinity I30 that gets parked when the roads are bad, and then a Dodge Durango with big knobby tires that goes anywhere so long as the snow isn't all the way up to the differential and the tires can't touch the bottom.

Which happened once, and sucked.
 
2012-12-09 02:31:26 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: it's not fun when you're not used to it,.


I don't think I'll ever get used to it.
 
2012-12-09 02:32:13 AM

hng: Twitch Boy: Anchorage can be even worse. A warm spell can cause it to rise above 32 F during the day, then drop below at night and glaze the hell out of everything.

Fark Anchorage... that's too cold and snowy. And a SUPERFark(TM) to Fairbanks... that's just not of this planet.


I want to spend a winter or two in Fairbanks, mostly for the aurora photography, but also just to spend a winter in those temperatures. My wife isn't so sold on the idea.
 
2012-12-09 02:32:32 AM

feckingmorons: tinfoil-hat maggie: soosh: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: tinfoil-hat maggie: make me some tea: I hate snow.

I like it but there is such a thing as too much.

Yeah, like anything over 1".

Exactly, and if it last more than a day or a few hours it's a pain.

Close to the glacier here, there's about 3 feet. About two feet at my house.

I think I could deal with that as long as the roads were cleared, but if we have an inch or more that sticks to the roads it quickly get's crushed into ice and is hell to drive on, especially since no one clears roads or knows how to drive on ice.

That would kill thousands of bad Florida drivers.

Is it wrong to pray for snow?


Well just hope for the North Atlantic oscillation shut down, although I think Florida may still be safe from that.
 
2012-12-09 02:32:45 AM

soosh: Twitch Boy: Oh jeez, played this exact arrangement in pep band in college.

hah. what instrument did/do you play?

I played tenor and alto sax for about six years in school, but then they wouldn't let me continue band because I was on the varsity football team and so couldn't do marching band, which pissed me off.


Clarinetist for these guys.

My senior year, I added a custom bulbed Moennig bore barrel and custom alloy bell. It made the clarinet look like a bong. Was once clocked at 123 dBa by an astonished student director.
 
2012-12-09 02:32:53 AM

hng: Twitch Boy: Anchorage can be even worse. A warm spell can cause it to rise above 32 F during the day, then drop below at night and glaze the hell out of everything.

Fark Anchorage... that's too cold and snowy. And a SUPERFark(TM) to Fairbanks... that's just not of this planet.


I enjoyed living in Fairbanks. I was a kid, but I still enjoyed it. I have no interest in going back as I'll discover it was really a horrible shiathole. Kinda like when I tried to watch Speed Racer as an adult. Some things should be left in your childhood.
 
hng
2012-12-09 02:33:30 AM

Duck_of_Doom: soosh: the roads here can be snow/ice covered for weeks at a time. people (mostly) figure out how to drive in it before too long.

Dumb question: Do people use chains on their tires?


Not generally. I have seen some around downtown though. The residential area in town is on the side of a mountain. From 4th st to 7th st is about 200ft gain in elevation. There are also some places like the road to the ski area that chains would be helpful, but mostly a good set of snow tires or studs are fine.
 
2012-12-09 02:33:36 AM
I like this tune, that ended abruptly : /
 
2012-12-09 02:34:03 AM

Duck_of_Doom: soosh: the roads here can be snow/ice covered for weeks at a time. people (mostly) figure out how to drive in it before too long.

Dumb question: Do people use chains on their tires?


Mostly studs. They are legal here. However, they rut the hell out of the roads (I come from Michigan where they're illegal for this reason.)
 
2012-12-09 02:34:25 AM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Yea, I had to sorta learn when I was in Nashville during an ice storm and several snows, it's not fun when you're not used to it,.


I learned to drive in Oklahoma that would get those kind of ice storms, where everything is glazed with a half inch or more of ice and then snow on top of that.
 
2012-12-09 02:34:41 AM
MORE CHEESE! Yay!
 
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