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Old 02-05-2010, 06:25 PM
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Blizzard of February 2010

If this is anything like the "experts" are saying it is going to be it deserves its own thread
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Old 02-05-2010, 06:48 PM
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experts?

where are these experts you speak of?

you mean News weather men/women !?!?

good lord they are the furthest thing from "expert"

for example this last storm in December I can quote Marty Bass (sp) for saying " expect 5"-24" ".... thats the most rediculous forcast i ever heard.

given I live in Cecil county.. i'll turn to the good people of the southerwestern counties on FTE to give me the hour heads up on whats coming my way
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Old 02-05-2010, 06:51 PM
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I'm in Talbot County and we are in the REALLY dark blue section on the weather map. Please notice the use of quotation marks around the word experts -but they do have a sweet job-where else can you be wrong more often than you are right and still keep your job
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NO, the National Weather Service..... this is where the TV stations get much of their information....and then they basterdize it to their own liking.

National and Local Weather Forecast, Hurricane, Radar and Report and type in your zip code.
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Old 02-05-2010, 06:57 PM
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Although I very well may hit 500 posts during this since CD has kaibashed my driving around looking for random fools to pull out of the snow banks
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tina if it makes you feel better im sitting at work instead of being out having fun.
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. Please notice the use of quotation marks around the word experts -
oh i wasn't arguing with you I was more adding to the "bash the weather person" fun.

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Old 02-05-2010, 07:14 PM
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looks like the grounds crew here at work is starting to lose the battle against ma nature.
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oh i wasn't arguing with you I was more adding to the "bash the weather person" fun.

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...so that's where the "jester" part of the name comes from, eh???? LOL
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the more snow the better. like little dolllar signs falling from the sky...bring it on
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...so that's where the "jester" part of the name comes from, eh???? LOL
truth be told , i'm a novice juggler. up to 5 objects, typically a ball style but I do own rings and pins.

I also have a tattoo on my leg of an artistic juggler, taken from a cirque du soliel preformer Viktor Kee.

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ok back on topic, I was schedule to go in at 2 am Sat to take over plow duties however that has been changed to Noon Sat now as my employer has already conceeded defeat and has chosen to "clean up" rather the "keep up"
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looks like this might be a bigun snowing like crazy in my neck of the woods
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Jr.-Last glance you were in better/worse shape than me (depending on how you feel about snow)
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Jr.-Last glance you were in better/worse shape than me (depending on how you feel about snow)
I've had quite enough snow for this winter
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Blizzards are God's way of making us spend time with our families
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