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(WSBTV)   Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal deploys state resources as COLD WHITE DEATH RETURNS TO ATLANTA. FLEE FOR YOUR LIVES, PUNY MORTALS. MAKE YOUR PEACE WITH GOD   (wsbtv.com) divider line 179
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2014-02-09 09:09:54 PM  
Memorize this chart, Atlantan FARKers! :P

i1182.photobucket.com
 
2014-02-09 10:36:06 PM  

Captain Steroid: Memorize this chart, Atlantan FARKers! :P

[i1182.photobucket.com image 781x1024]


That reminds me of visiting The Body exhibit at a local science centre.  I was struck by 'the angel', a woman who had her rib cage opened from the rear like wings in order to view the chest cavity from behind.  It gave me a craving for ribs.

And a note to ACC denialists- stretched weather preparedness budgets like in the article are just the sort of economic costs you can expect to incur if extreme weather events are indeed more frequent.  To whom should we send the invoice?
 
2014-02-10 12:07:19 AM  
Obama's done turned on that weather machine again!
 
2014-02-10 12:33:09 AM  
Devil's dandruff.
Connecticut confetti
New Hampshire cocaine!

/yes, I loved that SNL skit, because it was entirely accurate of how Southerners react to snowfall or threat of
 
2014-02-10 12:43:37 AM  

unyon: Captain Steroid: Memorize this chart, Atlantan FARKers! :P

[i1182.photobucket.com image 781x1024]

That reminds me of visiting The Body exhibit at a local science centre.  I was struck by 'the angel', a woman who had her rib cage opened from the rear like wings in order to view the chest cavity from behind.  It gave me a craving for ribs.

And a note to ACC denialists- stretched weather preparedness budgets like in the article are just the sort of economic costs you can expect to incur if extreme weather events are indeed more frequent.  To whom should we send the invoice?


Al Gore.
 
2014-02-10 12:54:32 AM  
losers
 
2014-02-10 12:57:24 AM  

fusillade762: Al Gore.


Global warming didn't happen until Al Gore made a movie about it, post hoc, ergo propter hoc, Al Gore's movie causes climate change. That's simple deduction. Occams Razor and all that.
 
2014-02-10 01:20:23 AM  

Mentat: Obama's done turned on that weather machine again!


And he is covering the South with fake chemical snow that doesn't melt when you try to light it on fire with a cigarette lighter.
 
2014-02-10 01:22:51 AM  

bluorangefyre: Devil's dandruff.
Connecticut confetti
New Hampshire cocaine!

/yes, I loved that SNL skit, because it was entirely accurate of how Southerners react to snowfall or threat of


Hell - we didn't make this big a fuss the last time it snowed in L.A.
 
2014-02-10 01:24:49 AM  
It looks like it might turn into snow in Dallas tomorrow. I need to get up early and restock the rum and Hot Pockets.
 
2014-02-10 01:25:06 AM  
Lemme see -- got eggs, got milk, got bread, and got Netflix.  I'm good!
 
2014-02-10 01:26:58 AM  

unyon: Captain Steroid: Memorize this chart, Atlantan FARKers! :P

[i1182.photobucket.com image 781x1024]

That reminds me of visiting The Body exhibit at a local science centre.  I was struck by 'the angel', a woman who had her rib cage opened from the rear like wings in order to view the chest cavity from behind.  It gave me a craving for ribs.

And a note to ACC denialists- stretched weather preparedness budgets like in the article are just the sort of economic costs you can expect to incur if extreme weather events are indeed more frequent.  To whom should we send the invoice?


There are people that deny the Atlantic Coast Conference? Weird.
 
2014-02-10 01:27:18 AM  
Denethor son of Ecthelion approves of this headline.
 
2014-02-10 01:30:57 AM  
No bread, milk or eggs left in all of Metro ATL in 5...4...3...2...1

How long before the first school district blinks and closes?

I'll get the popcorn.  I love watching the people around here panic.

/Why yes, I'm a transplant.  Is it that obvious?
 
2014-02-10 01:31:01 AM  
I was hoping this headline was in the news announcement.

I swear someone needs to hack news sources and just add stuff like this every now and then.....
 
2014-02-10 01:34:26 AM  

jso2897: bluorangefyre: Devil's dandruff.
Connecticut confetti
New Hampshire cocaine!

/yes, I loved that SNL skit, because it was entirely accurate of how Southerners react to snowfall or threat of

Hell - we didn't make this big a fuss the last time it snowed in L.A.


Nobody younger than 150 was alive the last time it snowed in L.A. proper.
 
2014-02-10 01:36:50 AM  

EvilKatGurl: No bread, milk or eggs left in all of Metro ATL in 5...4...3...2...1

How long before the first school district blinks and closes?

I'll get the popcorn.  I love watching the people around here panic.

/Why yes, I'm a transplant.  Is it that obvious?


A buddy and his wife live in Marietta and they're transplants from Syracuse. He said the last storm would have been fun to watch if he hadn't been stuck in the traffic with all those native Atlantans sliding around the highways.
 
2014-02-10 01:37:15 AM  
Ice and snow suck for unprepared places.

We just dealt with a snow, than ice in Oregon.

PDX said "Don't be Atlanta".

My yard looked like Jack Frost bukkaked all over it.

Especially the car.
 
2014-02-10 01:37:47 AM  
We had 2 PAs*  of snow today on top of last weeks 6 PAs* of snow.  I was only able to go anywhere I wanted, while driving reasonably.

*PA = Paralyzed Atlanta = about 2 inches of snow
 
2014-02-10 01:41:39 AM  

grimlock1972: Denethor son of Ecthelion approves of this headline.


i1182.photobucket.com
 
2014-02-10 01:42:10 AM  

Aquapope: We had 2 PAs*  of snow today on top of last weeks 6 PAs* of snow.  I was only able to go anywhere I wanted, while driving reasonably.

*PA = Paralyzed Atlanta = about 2 inches of snow


I like this metric, I feel like you should be able to use it to measure other things besides snowfall though.

/I have a few PA's worth of lovin' to give if you know what I mean, and I think you do.
 
2014-02-10 01:42:59 AM  

frostus: A buddy and his wife live in Marietta and they're transplants from Syracuse. He said the last storm would have been fun to watch if he hadn't been stuck in the traffic with all those native Atlantans sliding around the highways.


He's the one guy that should have known better and already been at home under a pile of blankets watching it on TV.
 
2014-02-10 01:44:50 AM  

EvilKatGurl: No bread, milk or eggs left in all of Metro ATL in 5...4...3...2...1

How long before the first school district blinks and closes?

I'll get the popcorn.  I love watching the people around here panic.

/Why yes, I'm a transplant.  Is it that obvious?


Bread, milk, and eggs, does everyone make french toast for snow days or something? Hell, around here if we're expecting inclimate weather the last thing I'm buying is stuff that spoils easily without refridgeration, more like canned protein sources so I can make stuff out of the pantry without opening the fridge.
 
2014-02-10 01:45:09 AM  
We had an inch of snow outside Seattle today. Damn global warming!

/city would have been paralyzed if it had been one day later
 
2014-02-10 01:46:00 AM  
www.historyplace.com
 
2014-02-10 01:48:14 AM  
It's OK. It's not real snow -- it's vaporizing teflon.
 
2014-02-10 01:48:21 AM  
Is it time to feast apon the goo inside my neighbors' skulls?

/ also, THE DREAD PIRATE ROBERTS TAKES NO PRISONERS!
 
2014-02-10 01:50:20 AM  

Jument: We had an inch of snow outside Seattle today. Damn global warming!

/city would have been paralyzed if it had been one day later


Will we again see a bus attempt to "hop onto" I-5?
 
2014-02-10 01:50:39 AM  

iheartscotch: Is it time to feast apon the goo inside my neighbors' skulls?

/ also, THE DREAD PIRATE ROBERTS TAKES NO PRISONERS!


Never fight a land war in Asia Georgia.
 
2014-02-10 01:50:45 AM  
The polar vortex has a well-defined period?
 
2014-02-10 01:50:50 AM  

Emracool the Aeons Hip: Aquapope: We had 2 PAs*  of snow today on top of last weeks 6 PAs* of snow.  I was only able to go anywhere I wanted, while driving reasonably.

*PA = Paralyzed Atlanta = about 2 inches of snow

I like this metric, I feel like you should be able to use it to measure other things besides snowfall though.

/I have a few PA's worth of lovin' to give if you know what I mean, and I think you do.


Your mom liked my 3 PAs.  No, 4... uh...5 PAs.... really.   You have to get it angry first.  I swear, it's usually at least 2 PAs.  Vote GOP!!!!!
 
2014-02-10 01:50:57 AM  

unyon: frostus: A buddy and his wife live in Marietta and they're transplants from Syracuse. He said the last storm would have been fun to watch if he hadn't been stuck in the traffic with all those native Atlantans sliding around the highways.

He's the one guy that should have known better and already been at home under a pile of blankets watching it on TV.


Unfortunately he's the guy who was trying to get everyone else out of the office and headed home early.

/took him four and a half hours to make the nine mile drive home
 
2014-02-10 01:51:44 AM  

frostus: A buddy and his wife live in Marietta and they're transplants from Syracuse.


I have a cousin there, from Syracuse area. Wonder if they're the ones. Todd?
 
2014-02-10 01:53:31 AM  

robodog: EvilKatGurl: No bread, milk or eggs left in all of Metro ATL in 5...4...3...2...1

How long before the first school district blinks and closes?

I'll get the popcorn.  I love watching the people around here panic.

/Why yes, I'm a transplant.  Is it that obvious?

Bread, milk, and eggs, does everyone make french toast for snow days or something? Hell, around here if we're expecting inclimate weather the last thing I'm buying is stuff that spoils easily without refridgeration, more like canned protein sources so I can make stuff out of the pantry without opening the fridge.


When we have winter storms we don't have any problems keeping things cold.  The few times I've lost power I just moved fridge things to the garage and freezer things into a cooler in my car.
 
2014-02-10 01:54:09 AM  

wildcardjack: It looks like it might turn into snow in Dallas tomorrow. I need to get up early and restock the rum and Hot Pockets.


cdn.newsday.com
 
2014-02-10 01:54:17 AM  

robodog: Bread, milk, and eggs, does everyone make french toast for snow days or something? Hell, around here if we're expecting inclimate weather the last thing I'm buying is stuff that spoils easily without refridgeration, more like canned protein sources so I can make stuff out of the pantry without opening the fridge.


There's a reason I call it activating the French Toast Alert System anytime someone mentions winter weather in the forecast.  I don't get it either.  If they're predicting bad weather, those aren't high on my priority list either.  I'm going to stock up on the essentials for being snowed in - canned goods, junk food, firewood and beer.
 
2014-02-10 01:54:41 AM  

robmilmel: frostus: A buddy and his wife live in Marietta and they're transplants from Syracuse.

I have a cousin there, from Syracuse area. Wonder if they're the ones. Todd?


No, Rick. I guess if Syracusans are all moving to Atlanta to avoid snow they better reconsider and head further south.
 
2014-02-10 01:56:15 AM  

Captain Steroid: Memorize this chart, Atlantan FARKers! :P


Whoa, dude! I can't even....
 
2014-02-10 02:01:28 AM  

Wake Up Sheeple: It's OK. It's not real snow -- it's vaporizing teflon.


Hey man - test it for yourself. All you need is a lighter and a teflon-damaged brain.
 
2014-02-10 02:03:31 AM  

frostus: No, Rick.


Good thing...I would have had to tell you that 99.9% of everything he says is a lie. Personable, nice guy, but more full of bs than a Texas rodeo.
 
2014-02-10 02:10:08 AM  

Triumph: Wake Up Sheeple: It's OK. It's not real snow -- it's vaporizing teflon.

Hey man - test it for yourself. All you need is a lighter and a teflon-damaged brain.


My dipshiat step-nephew (that's a thing) tried to show me that this snow was weird because it wouldn't melt and left black crap when you tried to burn it.  I gave him a ball of said snow and told him to hold it as long as he could.  When he couldn't hold it any more, I pointed out the wet stuff in his hand was the melted snow.  I also pointed out that butane contains carbon, and that was the black stuff.  He said, I kid you not, "Damn, you know all kinda science stuff, dude!"

Kansas edumacation!
 
2014-02-10 02:10:45 AM  

robmilmel: frostus: No, Rick.

Good thing...I would have had to tell you that 99.9% of everything he says is a lie. Personable, nice guy, but more full of bs than a Texas rodeo.


Get a room and cuddle.
 
2014-02-10 02:11:29 AM  

robodog: EvilKatGurl: No bread, milk or eggs left in all of Metro ATL in 5...4...3...2...1

How long before the first school district blinks and closes?

I'll get the popcorn.  I love watching the people around here panic.

/Why yes, I'm a transplant.  Is it that obvious?

Bread, milk, and eggs, does everyone make french toast for snow days or something? Hell, around here if we're expecting inclimate weather the last thing I'm buying is stuff that spoils easily without refridgeration, more like canned protein sources so I can make stuff out of the pantry without opening the fridge.


I agree if you're talking tornado, hurricane or earthquake. But if it's extreme cold, then the solution is to put the perishables in the nearest backyard snowdrift. Heck, I keep beer in my unheated garage this time of year.

/Nebraskan
 
2014-02-10 02:14:57 AM  

Triumph: Wake Up Sheeple: It's OK. It's not real snow -- it's vaporizing teflon.

Hey man - test it for yourself. All you need is a lighter and a teflon-damaged brain.


When you vaporized it with your lighter, you wore a mask? No? Then they got to you man. That teflon will mix with the chemtrails you've been breathing your whole life, and of course dain bramage will result.
 
2014-02-10 02:18:35 AM  

Aquapope: Triumph: Wake Up Sheeple: It's OK. It's not real snow -- it's vaporizing teflon.

Hey man - test it for yourself. All you need is a lighter and a teflon-damaged brain.

My dipshiat step-nephew (that's a thing) tried to show me that this snow was weird because it wouldn't melt and left black crap when you tried to burn it.  I gave him a ball of said snow and told him to hold it as long as he could.  When he couldn't hold it any more, I pointed out the wet stuff in his hand was the melted snow.  I also pointed out that butane contains carbon, and that was the black stuff.  He said, I kid you not, "Damn, you know all kinda science stuff, dude!"

Kansas edumacation!


Hey now! I may not be a rocket surgeon; but, I know plenty of smart people who don't really understand how some stuff works. For example, my buddy went into nuclear engineering, but, he couldn't change a tire before I met him. It's not that he couldn't have figured it out on his own; he just let himself be intimidated by something unfamiliar.

/ actually, now that I think about it, we should probably all fear for our lives
 
2014-02-10 02:24:02 AM  

robmilmel: frostus: No, Rick.

Good thing...I would have had to tell you that 99.9% of everything he says is a lie. Personable, nice guy, but more full of bs than a Texas rodeo.


Maybe he lied when he told people his name was Rick and it really is Todd. OR maybe his name is neither Rick nor Todd and you've both been taken in.
 
2014-02-10 02:24:38 AM  

KidneyStone: robmilmel: frostus: No, Rick.

Good thing...I would have had to tell you that 99.9% of everything he says is a lie. Personable, nice guy, but more full of bs than a Texas rodeo.

Get a room and cuddle.


Somebody put on his douche pants early this morning.
 
2014-02-10 02:26:54 AM  
I tweeted about the few snowflakes we got where I am in Florida the other week and had my mentions fill up with all kinds of comments about chemtrails. The funniest thing is that they were all blathering about the chemtrail snow not melting but exactly zero of the snowflakes we got even stuck because it was about 35 at the time.
 
2014-02-10 02:28:19 AM  

iheartscotch: Aquapope: Triumph: Wake Up Sheeple: It's OK. It's not real snow -- it's vaporizing teflon.

Hey man - test it for yourself. All you need is a lighter and a teflon-damaged brain.

My dipshiat step-nephew (that's a thing) tried to show me that this snow was weird because it wouldn't melt and left black crap when you tried to burn it.  I gave him a ball of said snow and told him to hold it as long as he could.  When he couldn't hold it any more, I pointed out the wet stuff in his hand was the melted snow.  I also pointed out that butane contains carbon, and that was the black stuff.  He said, I kid you not, "Damn, you know all kinda science stuff, dude!"

Kansas edumacation!

Hey now! I may not be a rocket surgeon; but, I know plenty of smart people who don't really understand how some stuff works. For example, my buddy went into nuclear engineering, but, he couldn't change a tire before I met him. It's not that he couldn't have figured it out on his own; he just let himself be intimidated by something unfamiliar.

/ actually, now that I think about it, we should probably all fear for our lives


2 guys I went to high school with are nucular engineers.  One guy got there by going to college, the other guy got there by way of the USNAVY.  College guy makes databases now, and he hates everything about his life.  Navyboy welds stuff and hates everything except his 3rd wife, because she doesn't let him.  The point is: Don't fark with nucular science, it will mess up everything.
 
2014-02-10 02:33:24 AM  
unyon:
That reminds me of visiting The Body exhibit at a local science centre.  I was struck by 'the angel', a woman who had her rib cage opened from the rear like wings in order to view the chest cavity from behind.  It gave me a craving for ribs.

The Vikings called it "The Blood Eagle" when they did it to a live person
 
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