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Old 12-06-2005, 11:24 AM
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how about that snow??

are yall looking forward to it?

I am, out of school, call my cousin and go wheeling!!

how about yall??
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Old 12-06-2005, 11:29 AM
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snow snow snow!!!

oh heck yea!!!! I am around the blanchard area. I have a old honda crx that I can go slipping and a sliding around the area in!!!
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Old 12-06-2005, 11:48 AM
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yep, i plan on going spinnig around in our hate field, then heading over to my cousins for some atv fun( i found a car hood last night we can use...LOL)
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Old 12-06-2005, 12:29 PM
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Ugh, nope. When the first sign of snow appears the drivers around here buckle under pressure. I think I'll be driving in to work real early tomorrow a.m. Unfortunately, I have class tomorrow night after work, so I'll get to head home around 7pm when it's dark, colder and any wet snow starts turning to ice. Not looking forward to that.

That reminds me I need to put some weight in the back of my truck tonight.
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Old 12-06-2005, 07:17 PM
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Bring it on!!! no snow in this state scares me, only the stupid people that i have to drive around....i grew up in central pennsylvania, the way i look at it is, if its gonna be this freakin cold it might as well be snowing!!!
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Old 12-06-2005, 09:42 PM
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if its gonna be this freakin cold it might as well be snowing!!!
That's me, I hate the cold unless it's snowing. I hope we get lots of snow this winter, not ice.

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yep, got to try out that 4x4 i just bought!
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hey anthony, this is nathan from all american paintball.

yea i'm ready for the snow! hopefully we dont have school tomorrow.

BTW, how much are snow are we talkin bout here?
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Dang guys---it's a cold son of a gun out there. I walked around the corner of a building here on good 'ol RSU Campus---and that wind hit me like a Mac truck!

Here comes the snow....

I need some weight for the back of Blue too, though, I don't think we'll get too much---but the time will come at some time---

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Dang guys---it's a cold son of a gun out there. I walked around the corner of a building here on good 'ol RSU Campus---and that wind hit me like a Mac truck!

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Ya, I can beleive that Stan. I think I heard about wind gusts in your area blasting up to about 1 to 2mph!!! I can see how that might blow you over. Zing!! Sorry, couldn't resist.



I got home late last night and loaded 7 cinder blocks and two five gallon buckets of water in the back of my truck and woke up to clear streets. Nice. Well, maybe we'll see some snow this evening? By the by, what do ya'll think a cinder block weighs? I was thinking maybe 30#, and each bucket at about 50#? So I'm hoping I have about 310# of weight in the bed?
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Old 12-07-2005, 11:21 AM
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Ya, I can beleive that Stan. I think I heard about wind gusts in your area blasting up to about 1 to 2mph!!! I can see how that might blow you over. Zing!! Sorry, couldn't resist.
You guys suck---I don't know why I bother. Just wait pal, your time will come.

Besides Ron, you of all people should be able to sympathize with me concerning this cold weather---I mean, afterall, I’m sure those Coke® bottle glasses fog up as soon as you walk out the door, eh? Do they sale some sort of "Fog-B-Gone" for those things?

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Sorry, no burn this time. I'm only wearing contacts for now. But it is an adventure trying to see where I'm going when I get a blast of cold wind in my face and my eyes tear up and my contacts get blurry. "Man, I hate that..."

You know we kid, because we like ya.


Time for me to go out and try to put a trash bag over my windshield. I forgot to bring my icescraper with me this morning. DOh!
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If y'all really liked me, you would come over and change my slave cylinder out for me.

And help me lay some tile, finish my trim, and paint my other rooms.

Okay---so maybe THATS a bit far?



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Yo nathan i knew it was you, about 6 inches around here.
You still ballin??

LOL my dad sent me out at 8PM to load up his truck with some wood.

So i get down there..proceed to spin my tires on a frozen puddle while trying to back up a little hill. Get up there. i let my wolf dog out, he proceeds to sneak up on me SEVERAL times and scare me. I tripe over longs.

I get it loaded up with 5 65+ pound logs. I haft to stop a couple of times because i think i have a flat tire.

IT was COLD.
Nathan. when i turn 16 me and you are going to haft to go to one of these chapter meets.

You ever move to tahlequah??
i always thought your truck was blue.hmmm
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Woo Hoo! It just started snowing here. I don't think much, or any, accumulation will occur, but it's still snow.

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