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Commission Keith W!

Go away snow

JGray
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NOTE: Sorry, readers. I suspect that Keith's been hit by the weather and, so, the comic is delayed.

I'm getting very, very tired of moving snow. While having a small snowblower makes it sooooo much easier, I could stand to go a few weeks without clearing the drive and walkways. Or months.

And that snow blower doesn't help me dig out my mailbox so I can continue to get postal service.

Bleh.

Hope the weather's better where you are, dear reader.

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J
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Nope live about 45 minutes west of Chicago so we just got hammered yesterday

Submitted February 3, 2011 at 4:35AM



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Yup, working 150 km south of  Ft. McMurray, and the weather is peachy.  +5 to -15 and sunny; any warmer and the ice roads would start melting.

Submitted February 3, 2011 at 5:10AM



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Of course it is, but then I'm in the one part of the Country that didn't get hammered by the snow: Florida.  (It hit north of the Ocala National Forest.)


In fact, it was so nice here, I had to turn on the A/C for a few hours this morning as this house loves to retain heat.....and if I get too hot, I can't sleep.  Oh, don't worry; Central FL has already had its fair share of cold weather.  We lost 2/3 of the crops here during the last freeze a month ago.  :(

Submitted February 3, 2011 at 5:13AM



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P.S: Happy Chinese New Year!  It's the year of the Metal Rabbit!

Submitted February 3, 2011 at 5:15AM



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I live just about an hour north of Indianapolis, we got hit by the storm here too but it wasn't as bad as the one we had five years ago. That one completely shut the city down for a week and only some of the businesses were running on week 2, a couple of days is nothing.

Submitted February 3, 2011 at 7:35AM



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Ever notice how it is "Snow, snow, beautiful snow" and "I'm dreaming of a White Christmas" until Christmas is over. The it's "Damn! I am so sick of this! When is Spring going to come? Come on Spring!"

Submitted February 4, 2011 at 3:06AM



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I'm from a usually really snowy part of Canada... And we are getting nearly nothing this year. What you guys are getting more is what we are getting less, pretty much. I'm not complaining: You get to feel our pain for once! Smile

Submitted February 4, 2011 at 7:32AM



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Biggest problem with where I live is one day it's 60 degrees, the next it's 7 degrees.  The hot/cold rollercoaster wears down the body and makes it easy for us to get constantly sick.  It's a relief when we do get snow so we can have a couple days off work to rest up. 





All the evils of the world can not outwiegh one act of kindness.

Submitted February 4, 2011 at 11:14PM



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Now they flag down the Jawa sandcrawler...

"Over here!  Please! Help!"

Submitted February 6, 2011 at 4:13PM



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