So true !!
Funny how none of them would be “snow” (it does say far north).
One of my last few days in Virginia in 1985, I left the water trickling in the kitchen sink and the drain froze. I woke up to the sound of splashing water.I bailed out the sink and put a bucket under the faucet.Had to dump the bucket every half hour.I don’t miss it at all.Here in central FL it is in the 50s today.
That’s weird. Those look like the SAME 50 words people in the midwest were using last summer to describe, ’Heat."
Oh, they’d have been PLENTY warm if they’d landed on the north coast of South America.
They’d have been burned at the stake as heretics.
( The Spanish had already been there for more than a century, don’tcha know. )
Huffpost had about 35 photos of the storm.
You know who’s REALLY gotta be cursing this blizzard?
Kids ( “WHY couldn’t this %$#*@$# thing have happened on a SCHOOLDAY?!!” )
Well done Joe!
here in east Tennessee, it snows just ough to be pretty, then it melts
Here in San Diego, we go “up to the snow” every now and then, just to play – the county has beaches, woodsy inland valleys, alpine Laguna mountains (with snow) and deserts. I reckon anybody would curse too much of the same thing.
Clark Kent—much better to leave it to the original inhabitants, the Indians!
Finally, bipartisan opinion on something.A cartoon that is funny, relevant, and pretty non combative. Nice to see that.Respectfully, C.
Far north, mid-north, midwest, same diff.