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fifteen feet of pure white snow*

I guess the use of the word blizzard wasn't hyperbole this time. The wind has picked up and the snow is piling on and on and on. If we don't get out there and start shoveling now, it won't be long until we won't be able to open the front door.

I'll try to get some pictures later, but they will have to be taken from the window as I am refusing to get out of my pajamas today.

Meanwhile, I'm debating whether to continue this "dialogue" about the protests (see the comments on all posts from this weekend), engage in some more war talk, or just ignore the impending war all together for today and just talk about....something else.

Photoshop has officially opened. I'm getting that promised gallery together. Due to popular request, the Civil Defense Poster Contest will stay open indefinitely, so keep the entries coming in.

(note to those of you in warmer climates and/or snow free areas: please keep your smarmy comments about how beautiful the weatehr is in your town to yourself, thank you.)

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Hey! I had to turn on the heater in my Jeep this morning on the ride to work (I have been driving topless for the last year)!

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It is a good thing you quit smoking. It would be "troublesome" to HAVE to go out after the blizzard to feed your habit.

Congratulations and keep it up!

Hey, it's BEAUTIFUL in my hometown today!!! ;-) I'm in Levittown, PA and we've got about 2 feet of snow and I am LOVING it!

enjoy the snow. you don't get it very often. Up here in Erie PA, we've had snow on the ground since november.

It has not snowed in Atlanta in a year. Even then, we get, oh.... Maybe 1/2 an inch per occurance? Yet, the schools close down if the weather report SPEAKS of the POSSIBLITY of snow. -that, and suddenly there is a run on the grocery stores. No bread, milk, or toilet paper stockpile is safe.

(note to those of you in warmer climates and/or snow free areas: please keep your smarmy comments about how beautiful the weatehr is in your town to yourself, thank you.)

Well, here in Boulder, CO (and most places west of the Mississippi) we sould sure use some of that snow you are getting. Droughs suck. Can you by some chance put it all on trucks and send it out to us?

5300ft elevation, and it has snowed about 1 foot since October! That's pitiful.

Put your snowmobile suit on over your jammies and go shovel that snow.

Keep your pictures. I've spent the weekend shovelling 15" of the white shit out of my driveway. The main roads are fine but I still can't get out of my subdivision because they won't plow THOSE streets. Fucking Mayor!