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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   ( divider line
    More: Followup, Southern California, National Weather Service, San Gabriel Valley, Altadena, Glendora, Piha Rescue, storms  
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3321 clicks; posted to Main » on 28 Feb 2014 at 9:09 AM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2014-02-28 09:12:06 AM  
2 votes:
WAAAH it's not raining!  WAAAAAH now it's raining too much!

Make a damned decision ya wusses
2014-02-28 09:22:16 AM  
1 vote:
Cubit = length from elbow to tip of middle finger.  Obviously YMMV, so it's an archaic, inexact measurement but it does allow the carpenter to flip the bird at whoever is giving such ludicrous instructions.
2014-02-28 09:19:09 AM  
1 vote:
If this involves both California and water, then shouldn't it be on the POLITICS tab ??
2014-02-28 09:17:39 AM  
1 vote:

bahr: WAAAH it's not raining!  WAAAAAH now it's raining too much!

Make a damned decision ya wusses

Yeah, all we've heard is "We need it! It better rain soon or we're going to die!", along with laughter at the rest of the country, because we're getting polar vortex'ed over and over again.  Don't look for sympathy from the rest of us, you wankers.
2014-02-28 09:11:56 AM  
1 vote:
Whats a cubit?

Lets see a cubit...I used to know what a cubit was Well don't worry about that Noah.
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