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Feb 12, 09:01 PM · from the mouth of Andy

So it finally snowed. Now I can cease my worrying about how 50+ degree days in mid-winter are a clear sign that global warming is starting to take its toll, portending the obliteration of my island home by rising sea levels, forcing me to move to New Jersey where I’ll identify my new locale to others by what highway exit I live near.

Nope. Instead I get to dig out my car. But on the bright side, we have a 2 hour delay at school tomorrow. And there was much rejoicing (yay).

On another note, you guys should come to my wind ensemble concert on March 5th. It’s a Latin American theme, and Leo is playing a solo with us on his flute. Check the link

K, time to put on my jammies and have a Sammy.

Somebody say something!

 

Comment [3]

  1. TyTy responds with:

    The Universe is very very LARGE!

    There, I said something. Now something else:

    It’s testament to the insanity of my state. Yesterday we woke up to maybe 2 inches of snow. They were closing churches left and right. By mid afternoon all the snow was gone, save for a few little patches in very shadowy parts. Yet today, many of the area schools are closed. No more snow, but still they close. New York got “the storm of the century” (as they like to say on The Today Show), but only a 2-hour delay. Funny, init?
    · Feb 13, 11:17 AM
  2. Andy responds with:

    Actually, only the suburbs up here had delays and scattered closings. NYC itself is open for school as usual, no delay or anything. Shows how resilient us New Yorkers are (and how much Virginia sucks).

    So there! =P
    · Feb 13, 12:10 PM
  3. TyTy responds with:

    Well this has nothing to do with snow, but I didn’t want to give it a whole posting. Just a poignant quote I found this morning:

    War, at first, is the hope that one will be better off; next, the expectation that the other fellow will be worse off; then, the satisfaction that he isn’t any better off; and, finally, the surprise at everyone’s being worse off. -Karl Kraus, writer (1874-1936)
    · Feb 15, 11:40 AM
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