That is most likely because she has a honey-do list a mile long that she wants done before Saturday night and she knows the best way to get a man to get stuff done is tell him something like that. It'll work every time.
Been married for 17 yrs and my wife uses that speak all the time and no matter how many times the story turns out as you typed, the next time she pulls that line I'm in "Let's get that **** done NOW!!!" mode. Wives know EXACTLY what they are doing......Just like Mother Nature.
I guess I figured that people that look at this thread would have figured out that the maps I posted were 5-7 days ahead of the storm-- I guess I should have put a disclaimer on all of the maps saying that this is in no way the final total snowfall totals that will fall, wait get final totals the day before the storm.
So I notice last Thursday that the Metogram Generator is calling for 20" storm, I start thread. Then, a bunch of people who have no idea how to be a meteorologist, myself included, try and act like we really know what we are talking about, and post some cool graphs and colorful maps. Then, the 2 or 3 real meteorologist who post on here (who are pretty easy to pick out) tell us to pump the breaks and give forecast that actually matches what we have right now.
Yet, you pay attention to the people who have no idea what they are talking about?
Is this the restart of the posterology thread?
CFH HMagic bball season.
Let my fred's Four Horsemen ride.
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