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(SeattlePI)   12 inches or more coming in the next few days. Oh and there's some metric asston of snow on the way too   (seattlepi.com) divider line 75
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2013-02-21 12:41:33 PM

Burr: Keep safe, middle of the country!

[forecast.weather.gov image 800x500]


Blarg! Not another one of those pink elephant storms?! I'm going to need a bigger shovel.
 
2013-02-21 01:03:33 PM
sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net

Meanwhile in the UP.

/12" is just a winter weather advisory here.
//just got 20-30" of snow Tuesday and the first half of Wednesday, where was the Weather Channel?
 
2013-02-21 01:04:37 PM

SewerSquirrels: Burr: Keep safe, middle of the country!

[forecast.weather.gov image 800x500]

Blarg! Not another one of those pink elephant storms?! I'm going to need a bigger shovel.


And less booze apparently...
 
2013-02-21 01:08:05 PM
Subby, the metric version of an asston is an asstonne. Moron.
 
2013-02-21 01:10:08 PM

TabASlotB: Subby, the metric version of an asston is an asstonne. Moron.


Wouldn't it be "arsetonne" then?
 
2013-02-21 01:12:05 PM
twelve inches would be an imperial asston.
 
2013-02-21 01:30:17 PM

Marine1: It's piling on here in Columbia.

Mizzou won't cancel.

This is a problem and makes Chancellor Deaton a hoser.


Hi fellow Columbian! This is crazy snow. My fully defrosted car was having ice form on the windshield as I drove home and I couldn't see where the road started/ended on 63. I have heard from some friends still in school that some classes/tests are cancelled- but it doesn't help when they announce the class is cancelled at 10 and you are already on campus from your 8 am...
 
2013-02-21 01:32:15 PM

spidermilk: Marine1: It's piling on here in Columbia.

Mizzou won't cancel.

This is a problem and makes Chancellor Deaton a hoser.

Hi fellow Columbian! This is crazy snow. My fully defrosted car was having ice form on the windshield as I drove home and I couldn't see where the road started/ended on 63. I have heard from some friends still in school that some classes/tests are cancelled- but it doesn't help when they announce the class is cancelled at 10 and you are already on campus from your 8 am...


True. The buses shut down... that's what did them in. Of course, they now have a few hundred people trying to get on the last buses to school...
 
2013-02-21 01:32:48 PM
We got ten inches yesterday/last night (including Thundersnow!) and I'm only at work today because our City Manager is from Bumfark, Iowa and gets a hard-on every time there's snow and needs to whip it out and show what a man he is so, despite every other major public sector business being shut down, we are open for business.  80 percent of the staff called in today and the only reason I'm here is because I'm having to unexpectedly take tomorrow and Monday off.  That dude's going to have blood on his hands by the time the day's out and he couldn't care less.
 
2013-02-21 02:24:01 PM

dennysgod: [sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 850x637]

Meanwhile in the UP.

/12" is just a winter weather advisory here.
//just got 20-30" of snow Tuesday and the first half of Wednesday, where was the Weather Channel?


Yeah. I'm in the L.P., on the mid-eastern side of the state, and we've got nothing but cold. No snow to speak of.

I remember winters like that, though. When I was a kid, it used to be 12" high in November sometimes. We had blizzards and ice storms. People from down south would look at us funny and say "what's an 'ice storm'?" and we'd have to explain it.

Good riddance to that weather.
 
2013-02-21 02:34:14 PM
I've been blanketed in 12 inches of snow over the last 24 hrs. Just about everyone is grinning. Last night the weather people could hardly contain their glee (they finally predicted precipitation and it turned out right!..though they were a little on the low side). I think the only people who are unhappy are the stores who aren't getting any customer and the businesses who pay their employees not to be at work.

Sure all this snow is probably only equal to one inch of rain or less, but hey, any potential water is great at this time.

/I used to hate snow, but we rarely get it anymore
 
2013-02-21 02:59:30 PM

New Age Redneck: Slaves2Darkness


   I can solve all the problems with two single words, "Use less."

   Please feel free to prove that conservation is a bad idea.

   Honest question: Would your life unravel and be absolutely unlivable if you drove 20% less, bought 20% less sh*t from China, walked  20% more, ate 20% less fast food, grew a garden, etc....
                               Contemplate the impact the would have on our environment....got that? Now reflect on that destroying the "economy" Discuss.


The problem lies in that for every one person who uses 20% less, there are 3 that will use that and more.

/not saying you are wrong.  I'm saying humans - as a whole - are selfish.
 
2013-02-21 03:35:39 PM

New Age Redneck: I can solve all the problems with two single words, "Use less."

   Please feel free to prove that conservation is a bad idea.


The problem is that your idea of using less isn't about conservation of resources, it's about being a f*cking hippie.  Drive less, walk more?  Walk where?  It'd take you an hour to walk to a grocery store where I live, and an hour to walk back.  Have fun when the windchill is 40 below.  Growing a garden?  When, in all my spare time to grow sh*t during the 6 months of the year when it's not dumping snow on me?  Should we find better ways of doing things?  Yes.  Is conservation a bad idea?  No.  Is your idea of conservation a bad idea?  It's pretty damn retarded, I'll give you that much.
 
2013-02-21 04:13:33 PM

New Age Redneck: Honest question: Would your life unravel and be absolutely unlivable if you drove 20% less, bought 20% less sh*t from China, walked  20% more, ate 20% less fast food, grew a garden, etc....


Neat! I am being conservative!

/lives out in the sticks
//Conservation, the PC way of saying "poor"/"hillbilly"
 
2013-02-21 04:45:10 PM
Had me worried for a sec there, linking to a Seattle news site for midwest weather...
 
2013-02-21 05:00:38 PM

Uranus Megahertz: Isn't this already covered on the Main page two stories down?


On my phone or I'd give notice to the admins
 
2013-02-21 05:11:36 PM

dstanley: Uranus Megahertz: Isn't this already covered on the Main page two stories down?

On my phone or I'd give notice to the admins


Guys, ffs, there are more people that are gonna get hit by this storm then the midwest, namely the North-East. The headline is a look of things to come for those who are in the crosshairs, not a "oh hey, the midwest got snow" like the one two links down

/christ, it's a funny headline, stop getting your panties in a wad
 
2013-02-21 05:35:44 PM

shintochick: Western Wasington's rain might suck sometimes but I'm glad we don't get a metric asston of snow.

/people here can barely drive in the rain
//snow really freaks them out


And there is always a articulated bus stuck at the bottom of Queen Anne.

Stop and say hi to Dennis when you see this. He loves the overtime on that route.
 
2013-02-21 05:44:26 PM

Burr: TabASlotB: Subby, the metric version of an asston is an asstonne. Moron.

Wouldn't it be "arsetonne" then?


Depends. In the UK, for sure. But the French are partial to derrièretonne.
 
2013-02-21 05:53:48 PM

thecpt: vodak, peanut butter, and tp time


Vodka really makes the nyquil kick in.

But may cat won't come near peanut butter, anymore.
 
2013-02-21 06:03:46 PM
Thundersnow? Seen a lot of snow storms but that's a new one on me. Was sitting here early this morning, saw a bright flash through the window and thought a transformer blew, then realized there was no explosion. About seven seconds later came the thunder. I'm like, what the...
 
2013-02-21 07:51:57 PM
or more.  that's a Subway foot long right there!!
 
2013-02-21 08:47:41 PM

texdent: No snow here in Texas.


OK, maybe not this time, but I seem to remember the winter or '78-'79, Texas did get a fair amount of snow.  Also, at least once or twice in the '80's.

/saw that Arizona got snow
 
2013-02-21 11:55:40 PM

Maus III: CygnusDarius: Oh, stupid climate change, why are you taking away my precious summer?.

I was a doubter about Al Gore's climate change too until I married a witch. I didn't really know she was or believe that would affect me after I left her she sent me serious love and then death curses.After looking desperately for a solution to my problem reluctantly I came back to Jesus and as soon as I did all the demon attacks,day & night death visions,medical problems,bone spurs,conjunctivitis of the eyes for months,pain..etc...etc stopped suddenly,the doctors could not understand neither could I only that God's grace saved me and Jesus is the almighty force in this world.I have no fear of any of them because I learned Spiritual Warfare.

God Bless you!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3mDLsyn6ns

www.godispretend.net

/hot like a God Warrior
 
2013-02-22 07:31:44 AM

Clemkadidlefark: [www.kvoa.com image 850x478]

Tucson, Arizona this morning.
Got them some Global Warming, they did.


www.kvoa.com

Tucson has gotten snow before, twice that I can remember.  Mind you, that's twice in the 18 years I lived there. One year, there was almost enough to make a snowman. Almost.
 
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