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(KNBC 4 Los Angeles)   Not saying it's been raining a bit more than normal in Southern California, but subby's neighbor just asked exactly how long a cubit was and where he could get a really large amount of lumber   (nbclosangeles.com) divider line 111
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2014-02-28 12:53:21 PM  

rhondajeremy: Am I on Candid Camera?

//one of the best comedy bits ever
//jwooba, jwooba, jwooba


Saw Him live in Vegas.
Did the snakes on bedroom floor bit.

I peed a little, and that was back when my prostate was only 35yo.
 
2014-02-28 12:54:57 PM  

pacified: don't worry CA, Colorado has lots of snow pack this year.

// Learn to swim?


That's a big canyon.
I think I know how it got that way.
 
2014-02-28 12:55:54 PM  
One day?

Weather people down here don't have much to do. We generally cut them some slack when they lose their minds the couple days a year we actually have weather.
 
2014-02-28 12:58:07 PM  
The rain isn't the problem, and most people here realize that. As was pointed out earlier, flash flodding is the issue due to the dry land not soaking up water fast enough so 3 inches of rain can result in massive instant flooding.

The other big headache is traffic. People who live here that aren't used to driving in the rain combined with people that moved here from wetter places thinking that they can drive like back home after a fresh rain. The roads here get a ton of oils and dirt that is rarely washed away so when it does rain things are a lot slicker at the start than they would be in a place that has more regular rainfall.

All in all though, the biggest whining wankers are the newscasters. Most natives even joke about "StormWatch XXXX!", since the news tends to make crap stories like that with a 1/8 inch of rain and 20 mph gusts.
 
2014-02-28 01:07:21 PM  

zimbomba63: Yeah, I live in the Chicago area and I love being lectured on winter weather from some mope in Redlands, CA.


So, Californians are clueless about weather, as evidenced by their choosing to live in an area where it's sunny 350 days a year?  Personally, I was happy to move away from an area where people yelled racial slurs as I bicycled through their neighborhoods.

However, I admire your fortitude; Chicago is a great place to be.  From.
 
2014-02-28 01:53:51 PM  
It's not rain.  It's not a storm.

It's a SKYWATER ATTACK!!!!

RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!!!!
 
2014-02-28 03:24:01 PM  

mofa: zimbomba63: Yeah, I live in the Chicago area and I love being lectured on winter weather from some mope in Redlands, CA.

So, Californians are clueless about weather, as evidenced by their choosing to live in an area where it's sunny 350 days a year?  Personally, I was happy to move away from an area where people yelled racial slurs as I bicycled through their neighborhoods.

However, I admire your fortitude; Chicago is a great place to be.  From.


Glad you found the peace you were looking for, and good luck on finding some water to drink in a couple years.  All of us hateful and spiteful people will drink with great intolerance from Lake Michigan, while gazing longingly, if bigotedly, at your earthly paradise.
 
2014-02-28 04:50:02 PM  
Dry California leads to sleepless bears, bishops prayers The California Conference of Catholic Bishops asked people of all faiths to join in prayers for rain.

Did they specify quantity?
Be careful what you ask for.....
 
2014-02-28 10:14:09 PM  

zimbomba63: Glad you found the peace you were looking for, and good luck on finding some water to drink in a couple years. All of us hateful and spiteful people will drink with great intolerance from Lake Michigan, while gazing longingly, if bigotedly, at your earthly paradise.


Thanks, but you don't have to long for California; it's an awful place, filled with uppity mud people, and we put avocados on everything.
 
2014-02-28 11:21:46 PM  
All I have to say is...

Fark destroyed Atlanta for snow that they were ill-equiped to deal with. Granted it's no excuse for the emergency infrastructure to not be in place, but...

LA had to deal with a, wait for it...whopping 1.7" of farking rain?

WUT???!!??

I deal with at least that on a typical summer afternoon on my way home from work in South Florida. In a Mustang with road course suspension and a cold-air intake in the fender none the less. That's like taking a farking bass boat into 6-8' seas. Yet, unless I have to scramble for tree cover because of hail, I have no problem.

California, you too damn dry.

http://touch.latimes.com/#story/la-me -rain-storm-20140301/
 
2014-02-28 11:27:46 PM  

Harry Freakstorm: baconbeard: Who's the weather girl? She can melt my snow any time.

Crystal Egger?


That's almost Univision grade.


Kait Parker used to be our local, but she capped out at the local level for Palm Beach, now she's getting sweated on in the missionary by Jim Cantore....

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