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2021-02-27 4:27:03 PM  
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2021-02-27 7:09:03 PM  
Anyone else remember when The Weather Network was a worthwhile source of weather and environmental news instead of a source of sensationalist viewbait/clickbait with more ads than content?
 
2021-02-27 7:18:14 PM  
As long as you're not diabetic who cares. We're all wearing freaking masks now anyway.
 
2021-02-27 7:33:48 PM  

kozlo: As long as you're not diabetic who cares. We're all wearing freaking masks now anyway.


FTFY.
 
2021-02-27 8:14:36 PM  

WalkingSedgwick: Anyone else remember when The Weather Network was a worthwhile source of weather and environmental news instead of a source of sensationalist viewbait/clickbait with more ads than content?


As a Canadian, I've never heard of this stuff in my life. I think it's some weird "Ooga booga" article for Texans who are seeing snow for the first time. Probably written by one? Next I bet they'll have an article that says snow kills the grass on your lawn, or somesuch nonsense.
 
2021-02-27 9:59:56 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: WalkingSedgwick: Anyone else remember when The Weather Network was a worthwhile source of weather and environmental news instead of a source of sensationalist viewbait/clickbait with more ads than content?

As a Canadian, I've never heard of this stuff in my life. I think it's some weird "Ooga booga" article for Texans who are seeing snow for the first time. Probably written by one? Next I bet they'll have an article that says snow kills the grass on your lawn, or somesuch nonsense.


Thats gotta be it.  Come hang with us midwesternerns; my 80's and 90s were full of 90 degree droughts & piles of snow.

shiat was fine.
 
2021-02-27 10:13:37 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: As a Canadian, I've never heard of this stuff in my life. I think it's some weird "Ooga booga" article for Texans who are seeing snow for the first time. Probably written by one? Next I bet they'll have an article that says snow kills the grass on your lawn, or somesuch nonsense.


Isn't the CBC located in Canada?

When I Google "snow mold allergies" I get lots of results and at top is the explainer

https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/allerg​i​es-in-spring-snow-mould-may-be-to-blam​e-1.3001356
Allergies in spring? Snow mould may be to blame

granted that's from 2015. A the Wikipedia article doesn't even mention allergies.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snow_mo​l​d

some wellness snowflake will probably try to fix that.
 
2021-02-28 1:40:57 PM  

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Much of it on Capital [sic] Hill.
 
2021-02-28 1:42:34 PM  

WalkingSedgwick: Anyone else remember when The Weather Network was a worthwhile source of weather and environmental news instead of a source of sensationalist viewbait/clickbait with more ads than content?


Yep the good ole days.

But sit at home stock owners do need more capital gains goodies this year than last year.
 
2021-02-28 1:44:41 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: WalkingSedgwick: Anyone else remember when The Weather Network was a worthwhile source of weather and environmental news instead of a source of sensationalist viewbait/clickbait with more ads than content?

As a Canadian, I've never heard of this stuff in my life. I think it's some weird "Ooga booga" article for Texans who are seeing snow for the first time. Probably written by one? Next I bet they'll have an article that says snow kills the grass on your lawn, or somesuch nonsense.


Im waiting for the Black Ice kills scare.

Actually the ice is clear ice but Black Ice sounds so much more threatening.
 
2021-02-28 8:08:57 PM  
We get a fair amount of snow mold around here each year. My allergies hate it.
 
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