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Hey, outstanding, CBF. I'm on my sixth year, so keep it going. Pretty soon you'll see people smoking and just think, "Oh, gross."
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Yeah, that happened last night. Still love the smell, though.
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At the Houston Grand Opera performance today the Queen of the Night nailed all those high notes. :D / (Mozart must have been a sadist. ;) )
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The dancing sharks were great at the Super Bowl halftime show. :)
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I had a lovely day at Disneyland. I wish Mr. K had been up to going with me, but I'm OK going on my own. It was a little more crowded than I had hoped, and I only went on a few rides, and a lot of rides/attractions/areas were closed for renovations, but I had fun people-watching and wandering around. The weather was perfect, mid 70's, and no traffic either there or back (I live about 50 miles away). All in all a good day.
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The dancing sharks were great at the Super Bowl halftime show. :)



We like how it ended, too. The game, that is.
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The dancing sharks were great at the Super Bowl halftime show. :)Didja get to watch the Waste Management Open, realist? Great name for a golf tournament, dontcha think?

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The dancing sharks were great at the Super Bowl halftime show. :)





Didja get to watch the Waste Management Open, realist? Great name for a golf tournament, dontcha think?







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We like how it ended, too. The game, that is.



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Didja get to watch the Waste Management Open, realist? Great name for a golf tournament, dontcha think?



I did. All four days. :rockon:



Yes. And the grounds seemed very clean considering the number of people there. :lol:
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Cute.




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Good thing: I don't live in Maine. :D
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Good thing: I was sick all weekend but today I get a snow day!

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Good thing: I don't live in Maine. :D



Heh, it's snowing pretty hard at the moment. Assuming we get a foot today, that'll make well over 40" in a week.

Fuggedabout taking a snow day; tomorrow will be a tractor day. :D /

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The dancing sharks were great at the Super Bowl halftime show. :)





Didja get to watch the Waste Management Open, realist? Great name for a golf tournament, dontcha think?







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I did. All four days. :rockon:



Yes. And the grounds seemed very clean considering the number of people there. :lol:







It couldn't have been the real WMO. I'd expect poor service at an inflated price.
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Good thing: I don't live in Maine. :D



Heh, it's snowing pretty hard at the moment. Assuming we get a foot today, that'll make well over 40" in a week.

Fuggedabout taking a snow day; tomorrow will be a tractor day. :D /







Oh, it's not the snow. I like snow. It's that Verbie posted a weather forecast for this week on Facebook:









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Oh, it's not the snow. I like snow. It's that Verbie posted a weather forecast for this week on Facebook:



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Do NOT tell me, "But it's a dry cold."



:yikes: Well it can get a mite chilly up here but, yeah, -35 is ridiculous.

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When I lived in the Midwest all self-respecting birds with any brains flew south long before the -35 stuff hit.
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What's with all the hyphenated temperatures? Is that some kind of sovcit weather service?
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When I lived in the Midwest all self-respecting birds with any brains flew south long before the -35 stuff hit.







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When I lived in the Midwest all self-respecting birds with any brains flew south long before the -35 stuff hit.







Time to start making sure your tires aren't frozen to the road before you start off.







I have a set of Pirelli winter tires on the cahr. I know they're good to -45 as I checked them with an anti freeze tester.
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I'm pretty sure those numbers represent wind chill factor not temperature. I'll betcha the temps won't go below -10 F.

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Wind chill is usually recorded separately along with a wind speed.



It has been colder on occasion in Miami, FL that Fairbanks AK in January.
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Wind chill is usually recorded separately along with a wind speed.



It has been colder on occasion in Miami, FL that Fairbanks AK in January.



Fairbanks is one place where ya gotta love extremes. It can reach 100°F in summer, then hit -60° in winter. Not many places on the planet see that kind of temp range.

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