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#1 Jan 29 2014 at 12:19 PM Rating: Good
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School has been closed here since yesterday for a snow storm that arrived last evening. It's a relative term depending where you live. Here in my part of NC we got about 3 inches of snow. News stations are warning everyone to stay off the roads today because we have a significant lack of plowers and sanders. Instead, half of my town drove to the local park to go sledding, myself included. **** staying indoors when "snowpocolypse" hits! We grabbed the sleds, homemade cocoa, and hit the hills!

Xavier has been officially dubbed a southerner, despite being the oldest and remembering winters in MA. Within 10 minutes he was freezing and whining. He's warming up in a bath right now Smiley: oyvey But the other two had a blast, making snow angels (first time for Soren), sledding, and just being kids. We were out for hours this morning.

Roads are slick, and I'm pretty sure school will be cancelled tomorrow. How about the rest of you? Anyone get snow where your normally don't? Having fun?

ETA obligatory photo of Soren's first snow angel making
(He's in the red jacket)


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Instead, half of my town drove to the local park to go sledding, myself included.

Probably because everyone else I know in NC/SC calls Cary "South south Boston" At least 11 people in that town were born south of New Jersey.
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Instead, half of my town drove to the local park to go sledding, myself included.

Probably because everyone else I know in NC/SC calls Cary "South south Boston" At least 11 people in that town were born south of New Jersey.

That's pretty accurate. Cary stands for Containment Area for Relocated Yankees Smiley: sly
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We're still stuck in autumn, it's finally getting a little bit cold with temperatures around 0°C (32F) today but we've had no frost to speak of yet, I've barely worn my scarf and I haven't bothered to locate my gloves yet. Instead it just rains and rains and rains, it's **** depressing.
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#5 Jan 29 2014 at 1:08 PM Rating: Good
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Meanwhile I had 5 inches of snow on my car this morning and local schools were still open. Southerners. Smiley: lol
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It's only 48 degrees here, and it's only supposed to get up to 57 tomorrow. Smiley: frown

But by Sunday it's supposed to be 80 again.
#7 Jan 29 2014 at 1:11 PM Rating: Excellent
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Instead it just rains and rains and rains, it's @#%^ing depressing awesome.
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We're finally getting some good rain here. We've been a bit on the dry side, though nothing like what California is dealing with. Hopefully we get enough we don't have to hear about water shortages all summer.

Still, playing in the snow does look like fun. I hope you all are having an awesome time.
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We're still stuck in autumn, it's finally getting a little bit cold with temperatures around 0°C (32F) today but we've had no frost to speak of yet, I've barely worn my scarf and I haven't bothered to locate my gloves yet. Instead it just rains and rains and rains, it's @#%^ing depressing.


I haven't seen the sun in three weeks.
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We're still stuck in autumn, it's finally getting a little bit cold with temperatures around 0°C (32F) today but we've had no frost to speak of yet, I've barely worn my scarf and I haven't bothered to locate my gloves yet. Instead it just rains and rains and rains, it's @#%^ing depressing.


I haven't seen the sun in three weeks.
The sun is that bright thing we saw last summer when it wasn't raining, right?
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The sun is that bright thing we saw last summer when it wasn't raining, right?


So the legends go.
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It's only 48 degrees here, and it's only supposed to get up to 57 tomorrow. Smiley: frown

But by Sunday it's supposed to be 80 again.


Smiley: glareSmiley: glareSmiley: glare

Today's high is 19. Tonight's low is 9.

This isn't okay.
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#13 Jan 29 2014 at 1:30 PM Rating: Excellent
That sounds delightful.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Belkira the Tulip wrote:
It's only 48 degrees here, and it's only supposed to get up to 57 tomorrow. Smiley: frown

But by Sunday it's supposed to be 80 again.


Smiley: glareSmiley: glareSmiley: glare

Today's high is 19. Tonight's low is 9.

This isn't okay.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Belkira the Tulip wrote:
It's only 48 degrees here, and it's only supposed to get up to 57 tomorrow. Smiley: frown

But by Sunday it's supposed to be 80 again.


Smiley: glareSmiley: glareSmiley: glare

Today's high is 19. Tonight's low is 9.

This isn't okay.
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Yes, yes I do. Will you drive my icy commute, too? Because that would be particularly awesome.
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I've had only one or two days this winter above 20. Most of the days have ranged from -20 to 10. And we've had precious little sore to go along with it, which seems a waste.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Meanwhile I had 5 inches of snow on my car this morning and local schools were still open. Southerners. Smiley: lol

Seriously. That said, I've learned to understand why they freak out over that fluffy white stuff falling out of the sky. They're literally not equipped to handle it since snow rarely happens. Plows don't go anywhere near secondary roads. We don't have salt trucks. We have Brine trucks (which is really weird and practically useless).

The amount of snow we got last night would not have made anyone blink back north. But here? School is out for at least two days, possibly tomorrow too. Jokes on the kids though. They have to make up the snow days on Saturday Smiley: lol
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Meanwhile I had 5 inches of snow on my car this morning and local schools were still open. Southerners. Smiley: lol

Seriously. That said, I've learned to understand why they freak out over that fluffy white stuff falling out of the sky. They're literally not equipped to handle it since snow rarely happens. Plows don't go anywhere near secondary roads. We don't have salt trucks. We have Brine trucks (which is really weird and practically useless).

The amount of snow we got last night would not have made anyone blink back north. But here? School is out for at least two days, possibly tomorrow too. Jokes on the kids though. They have to make up the snow days on Saturday Smiley: lol


Poor kids. Smiley: lol

NJ has been seriously slacking with the winter preparations this winter. We HAVE the equipment, but it's like someone forgot to budget any workers for it. It's never been this bad before.

Every single storm, it's like we're shocked it's snowing. It's getting old, fast.
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NJ has been seriously slacking with the winter preparations this winter. We HAVE the equipment, but it's like someone forgot to budget any workers for it. It's never been this bad before.

Every single storm, it's like we're shocked it's snowing. It's getting old, fast.


Ineffective government response...in New Jersey?? Inconceivable.
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NJ has been seriously slacking with the winter preparations this winter. We HAVE the equipment, but it's like someone forgot to budget any workers for it. It's never been this bad before.

Every single storm, it's like we're shocked it's snowing. It's getting old, fast.


Ineffective government response...in New Jersey?? Inconceivable.


I guess I shouldn't softball 'em in like that.
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Mine had out a couple days for the cold more so than the snow. Which I guess makes sense; while it probably wouldn't kill the kid to be outside waiting for a bus at 6am in -12F weather, I'm not sure it'd do him any favors either.

I wound up staying home myself yesterday and playing Magic: the Gathering against my kid which was sort of funny as I hadn't played in 16+ years. He was introduced by a friend recently and then bought a "deck tool kit". In new player fashion, he put all of his "best" cards in a deck without rhyme or reason. I suggested whittling down the color scheme, he shrugged, I made a white/blue deck out of his leftovers and trounced him three times in a row* and he left saying he was going to check out my deck and see how I made it work. Sometimes you gotta learn by experience.

*Hardly bragging of course since there's not much to gloat over beating your kid who has played twice.
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I wound up staying home myself yesterday and playing Magic: the Gathering against my kid which was sort of funny as I hadn't played in 16+ years. He was introduced by a friend recently and then bought a "deck tool kit". In new player fashion, he put all of his "best" cards in a deck without rhyme or reason. I suggested whittling down the color scheme, he shrugged, I made a white/blue deck out of his leftovers and trounced him three times in a row* and he left saying he was going to check out my deck and see how I made it work. Sometimes you gotta learn by experience.


Hannah beat me at the Pokemon card game the other day, so now I don't play that game or acknowledge it's existence.
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#23 Jan 29 2014 at 2:47 PM Rating: Excellent
I think we might cancel school when it's under -30. Maybe.
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#24 Jan 29 2014 at 2:49 PM Rating: Good
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The pokemon card game was surprisingly good when I played it about, uh, a decade ago. I don't like the rules bloat you get in long-running tcgs, though.
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The pokemon card game was surprisingly good when I played it about, uh, a decade ago. I don't like the rules bloat you get in long-running tcgs, though.

So, wait, that means you add 2 bloat counters to your quarter tapped card and then turn it another during each players upkeep unless it's marked unbeatable in which case you pay ax2 + bx + c = 0 * colorless mana in upkeep or bury the card in the graveyard unless you have on orange socks in which case you **** an elephant.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Smasharoo wrote:
NJ has been seriously slacking with the winter preparations this winter. We HAVE the equipment, but it's like someone forgot to budget any workers for it. It's never been this bad before.

Every single storm, it's like we're shocked it's snowing. It's getting old, fast.


Ineffective government response...in New Jersey?? Inconceivable.


I guess I shouldn't softball 'em in like that.

Don't worry, Jerseyans are a hardy bunch. Stronger Than the Snow and all that.
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Kavekk wrote:
The pokemon card game was surprisingly good when I played it about, uh, a decade ago.
Smiley: nod

I think I still have my decks in the closet somewhere. Should break those out sometime...
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The pokemon card game was surprisingly good when I played it about, uh, a decade ago. I don't like the rules bloat you get in long-running tcgs, though.

I guess at some point they streamlined M:tG and I found it surprisingly intuitive considering that it was getting bloated when I got out (need new card ideas = new rules). I had expected it to be a huge mess after another 15 years of that but they must have ironed it all out.
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My main deck was white/blue when I used to trounce my kid in MTG.

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I still have a bunch of MtG cards, I really should sell them since I don't do anything with em and they're worth a couple hundred bucks...
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Multiple fatalities in GA , the Gov declared a state of emergency, The National Guard is here and the Atlanta Journal Constitution listed the wrecks as "Too many to count". ( The ever increasing tally was over 940 Tuesday).
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Multiple fatalities in GA , the Gov declared a state of emergency, The National Guard is here and the Atlanta Journal Constitution listed the wrecks as "Too many to count". ( The ever increasing tally was over 940 Tuesday).

Yeah, Atlanta really **** this one up.

My office closed at noon in Athens yesterday. I've been working from home today although we got the warning that the offices were still technically closed. (We have a project go live in less than a week. I'm a team player.)

I think it's melting now though.
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Wow, that bus looks so whack I can hardly believe it exists.
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I went out for lunch and there was... water falling, like from the sky. Not much, not enough to dampen the street; but still. It was weird.

I mean, I've heard of this happening in other places.



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We had six inches of snowfall over the weekend and it hasn't been warming than 10F all week, with lows hitting -20F (The wind chill is something so unimaginably cold that I stopped caring about the specifics). Schools have been closed or delayed, local activities have been canceled, and I've been to work on time all week. People are pansies about this stuff. Throw on another layer, man up, and get to it.
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I went out for lunch and there was... water falling, like from the sky. Not much, not enough to dampen the street; but still. It was weird.

I mean, I've heard of this happening in other places.


No, no that's just concentrated fog. Don't let yourself be fooled.
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It did sort of feel like heavy fog.
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I had the air conditioning on in my car today. It was just a slight bit too warm otherwise.
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It did sort of feel like heavy fog.


Isotope so.
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Isotope so.

That makes no sense, are you deuterius?
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Isotope so.

That makes no sense, are you deuterius?


No, I'm just hy...drogen fuck this is too hard
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Multiple fatalities in GA , the Gov declared a state of emergency, The National Guard is here and the Atlanta Journal Constitution listed the wrecks as "Too many to count". ( The ever increasing tally was over 940 Tuesday).

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A snowstorm that shut down metropolitan Atlanta forced the youngest son of Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., to abandon his car and walk 10 miles in the cold.

“My youngest son abandoned his car and called me at 2 a.m., when he finally got home,” Isakson said when asked about the storm. “He walked 10 miles because you couldn’t move anywhere because everything was blocked.”

Oh wow, that's pretty bad. Smiley: eek

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The storm dropped 3 inches of snow on the city and covered its streets with ice, causing traffic accidents and forcing many to abandon their cars, while others were stranded.

Wait... what? Smiley: dubious
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It was only 3 inches but the snowflakes were really, really wide. Smiley: nod
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Three inches doesn't even hold up to an afternoon of sledding.
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I'm stuck waiting on 2 or 3 critical orders from a company in Georgia. Called them on Tuesday and they said they can't ship out next day air deliveries for Wednesday, then they called and said they can't make it Thursday... now I'm wondering if I'll be able to get the items by Monday :/
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Multiple fatalities in GA , the Gov declared a state of emergency, The National Guard is here and the Atlanta Journal Constitution listed the wrecks as "Too many to count". ( The ever increasing tally was over 940 Tuesday).

Yeah, Atlanta really @#%^ed this one up.

My office closed at noon in Athens yesterday. I've been working from home today although we got the warning that the offices were still technically closed. (We have a project go live in less than a week. I'm a team player.)

I think it's melting now though.

This is similar to what happened here in the Triangle around 2005. Cars abandoned on the highways. kids sleeping ove at school. It wasn't much snow but I guess the ice did everyone in. It's why our county is so **** now about closing schools early just in case. I guess thousands of kids playing sleepover messed them up.

Another snow day tomorrow. Send wine please.
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Duct tape the kids to the wall? Or take them skating if there's an ice rink nearby and enjoy watching them get very tired and fall on their **** for an afternoon.
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Three inches doesn't even hold up to an afternoon of sledding.

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#50 Jan 30 2014 at 7:33 AM Rating: Good
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I'd never thought that endurance was dependent on size. Smiley: blush

Our weather has been nicely boring; Cold, but not abnormally so for the north in January. But no polar votexes or alberta clippers or noreasters this week.




Edited, Jan 30th 2014 5:30pm by Elinda
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#51 Jan 30 2014 at 7:53 AM Rating: Good
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