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Thread: It's April, why is there ice everywhere?

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    *laughs at Miss F*

    For years, Ontario has been bragging to us about how wonderfully mild and short their winters are. Not this year, suckers.

    Ice ice go away. Snow too. And fast, please, because I hate this half-thaw stage.

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    @ Ducky's picture and tagline.
    If you go through a lot of hammers each month, I don't think it necessarily means you're a hard worker.
    It may just mean that you have a lot to learn about proper hammer maintenance.


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    (She was referring to the pig = Chelios, and not cute Baby Stanley)

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    I was wondering
    "Rice is great when you're hungry and want 2,000 of something' -- Mitch Hedberg

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    Aww I'm so sorry to all you guys buried in ice and snow. It was in the upper 80s here in Cali today - I went surfing, hehe
    *Lacey

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    California Dreamin'

    They don't like it when we brag about our weather!

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    Two days ago the weather was 80 degrees, and my town is nearly on the same parallel as, say, Halifax. Thank goodness for those tradewinds from Japan (and some other cause which I shall not name but rhymes with Schreemhouse Effect). It's nice to live in an almost Northern latitude and be warmed by the sun. Oregonians and Haligonians have dramatically different climates.

    These days of bliss end in the winter (hell, sooner), when the Pacific NW is covered by a shell of clouds.

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    I really just wanted to show off my use of the word "Haligonian." I recently discovered that it's not Halifaxian or Halifactor.

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    It finally reached 60 yesterday, for a brief period. Today might be more like golfing weather, but there's still some snow where the shadows are.

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