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Old 01-07-2005, 01:17 AM
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holy lots of weather batman!

are all of you as jazzed about all the precipitation weve been getting thisw winter? I had to go to work during that big snow storm and gut stuck behind two accidents. I tell you arizonans (well.....from yavapai county south) arent used to all this snow, but we DO need the moisture.
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I'm just glad there's mud to play in now. My truck (and myself) have been going through withdrawals.

Also the skiing (actually boarding) up north is gonna be great. Going back up to flag for a day trip on the 18th. Can't wait!!
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have fun, I cant afford to go this year, which sucks, but oh well, I can always go up to mingus and pseudo board
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are all of you as jazzed about all the precipitation weve been getting thisw winter? I had to go to work during that big snow storm and gut stuck behind two accidents. I tell you arizonans (well.....from yavapai county south) arent used to all this snow, but we DO need the moisture.
I live at 153rd Ave North of Dynamite road in Maricopa County (still unincorporated, Yay!), and we're starting to get lots of yuppies building $500,000 houses.. which is doing great things for my property value, but it still annoys the bejeezus out of me to come up behind one of them in their squeaky clean Navigators inching around a tiny puddle like it's a giant sinkhole that might swallow them up - or worse, get them dirty. Get thee a minivan and move to a Master Planned Community if you can't take the mud, say I.

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where the heck is the rain? didnt see any at all today in chandler...i hear you about the yuppies... a guy in a tahoe wouldnt move right (cause it was a big puddle) i wasnt backing up...he had to...hehe. there was big trucks parked on my side of the road...he had to back up til there was an opening...i shoulda backed up and passed him on his right...right thru the mud and splashed it all over his truck!!

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Where you been man! I thought you disappeared. heh. Anyways, yeah we didn't get anything here in gilbert today but earlier this week we got hit pretty hard. my yard (and my truck) are still pretty muddy from it. That would've been classic had you douched them in mud. I'm still waiting for my opportunity for that situation, I'd be all over it!!
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Ive noticed that all the "yuppies" around my parts have cali plates. is it the same for you too? they live in a small town and think its a crime to drive though a puddle. and then there are the ones who have old cadilacs with big mud tires on the back, those are darn cool.
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