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(Austin Statesman)   If you live in Texas, the good news is that giant object detected on weather radars isn't a massive, destructive storm like originally thought. The bad news is it's actually a mixture of dust, pollen, humidity and insects   (statesman.com) divider line 9
    More: Weird, Texas, New Braunfels, second coming of Christ, humidity, Pats, Dallas-Fort Worth, storms, National Weather Service  
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2013-06-29 05:55:10 PM  
4 votes:
 ...dust, pollen, humidity and insects

You mean that the inside of Rick Perry's head somehow GOT OUT?

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2013-06-29 06:08:09 PM  
3 votes:
It was about 107°, here, yesterday. If I win the lottery, I'm moving some place where it rains on a regular basis. I've almost forgotten what rain looks like. Between the heat, drought and the Republicans, I'm beginning to take a dim view of my home state.
2013-06-29 06:16:49 PM  
2 votes:
Hm...lessee:

Plague of gnats, plague of flies, plague on livestock, plague of hail, plague of locusts, plague of darkness....if a bunch of kids start dying in Texas, does that make Perry Pharaoh or what? And who should be leaving?
2013-06-29 08:30:56 PM  
1 votes:

YoOjo: Oh, while I'm in this thread.
I was thinking of recommending Austin to a whole lot of people that are considering leaving California, is that still a tooth-grinding ass-clenching regurgitated breakfast taco of a thing to do?
Was going to say they should all move just north of W Koenig at Woodrow, is that ok with you guys?


Tell 'em to move near Rundberg & Lamar, and we're good.
2013-06-29 07:18:32 PM  
1 votes:
Choke on it, TX Senate.
2013-06-29 06:29:38 PM  
1 votes:

PacManDreaming: It was about 107°, here, yesterday. If I win the lottery, I'm moving some place where it rains on a regular basis. I've almost forgotten what rain looks like. Between the heat, drought and the Republicans, I'm beginning to take a dim view of my home state.


My experiences in Texas:  Summer in Houston is like winter in North Dakota. Can't go outside.
Oak
2013-06-29 06:19:25 PM  
1 votes:
So...June in Houston?
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-06-29 06:02:31 PM  
1 votes:

cowgirl toffee: QUICK!! ...Pray it away!


hehehe, since it was Texas I wonder if an alternative explaination that was tendered was "put there by God to scare you about gays."
2013-06-29 06:00:44 PM  
1 votes:
Well, I have no allergies and I had no outdoor plans this week, so it's all good.
 
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