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(West Chester Daily Local)   Forget lake effect snow. The new hotness is nuke effect snow   (dailylocal.com) divider line 8
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2013-01-25 01:25:32 PM  
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2013-01-25 02:46:57 PM  
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whidbey: YAY nukes! This should bring out all the derpers with a hardon for nuclear energy.


It's really a steam issue, the source doesn't matter.  Rosie O'Donnell farts do the same thing.
2013-01-25 02:32:49 PM  
1 votes:
Watch out where the huskies go and don't you eat that glowing snow/
2013-01-25 02:11:17 PM  
1 votes:
you could even say it glows...

4.bp.blogspot.com
2013-01-25 01:59:47 PM  
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2013-01-25 01:58:27 PM  
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2013-01-25 01:58:02 PM  
1 votes:
Neat and not exactly unexpected side effect of all that steam escaping into the atmosphere.

That said, I'd rather get nuke steam effect snow than coal fired power plant steam effect snow. There would be less radiation, considering living downwind of a coal plant exposes you to all sorts of fun stuff that far too few get riled up about because coal doesn't generate the outrage nukes do.

//I'm considering that the steam turned snow would contain pollution from the coal as it forms.
2013-01-25 01:58:02 PM  
1 votes:
Don't eat the green snow
 
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