Over 12" at DFW now, and the snow has stopped. Nice to have light traffic on the way to work this morning...
yes you could definately tell who were texas natives and who were transplants from the north while driving in today. the drive we nice. there were 3 lights out on my commute and it didnt even matter because there was no one else stopped at them when i reached them.
also, here we sit almost 9 a.m. and i think one other person has shown up at my office. there are 100 people in my office.
cubs fans are so bitter about life in general. almost makes me wish the would win a world series so that all these chumps could cheer up a bit. but then i come to my senses and remember i love watching the cubs lose.
Are you happy you got that out? You are so cool, I want to be just like you.
Of course Iowa would have a really cold and really snowy winter because of the global warming. What was I thinking. I just wish global warming would do it's job and get Iowa an extra say 5 degrees over normal in winter.
Yes, and everything is caused by global warming. When it was cool and wet this past summer, that was caused by global warming. When it is downright frigid and we are breaking record snow fall totals, that is caused by global warming. And, yes, when the global temperature fall for nearly a decade (as they have according to NASA sattelite readings), that once again is caused by global warming.
I just heard that a large pack of birds who were on their way back north from their winter homes stopped off in Tennessee and pooped on Al Gore's house!
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