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    Steve, the problem here is the anticipation of problems. People get totally whipped into a frenzy a day or two in advance, as if missing a meal or two might really be detrimental
    "Only dead fish follow the stream"

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    Enjoy the snow!
    We have had a pretty good year for the stuff here in Minnesota, Christmas time was exceptionally beautiful with a fresh 10 + inches. It is snowing right now here in Minneapolis and the way it is laying on the trees is gorgeous.
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    Haha. I have a friend in Bethesda who calls the DC traffic "magma." This is the most apt description I have yet heard of it. Woe unto anyone getting sucked into the magma today and tomorrow. Even on a good day, the traffic is an national embarrassment well befitting the gridlock of our federal government.
    "Only dead fish follow the stream"

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    Check out this weather report from Accuweather in the Baltimore/DC area...what a hoot!



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    I spent last weekend's snowstorm in the darkroom. I hope to expose film for this storm. Of course, if I can't get out of the Atlanta airport and back to Richmond, I may have to just read APUG and LF Forum from the airport....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobwysiwyg View Post
    We appreciate all those south of the Mason-Dixon Line taking the big white bullet for us this winter.

    you're welcome

    Down here in North Alabama, we close schools and stock up on canned food as soon as it starts snowing. Usually it's just random flurries and a few icy patches on the roads, but we did get a good snow back in early January.

    I think getting southerners off the roads when the roads are icy is good because most of us cant drive worth shit in good weather (myself included)

    Ok, I might have been a little sarcastic in this post, but it's true enough to make a good generalization (perhaps stereotype is a better word?) about the locals


    edit: I think I've reached my smiley face quota for today.
    "I have captured the light and arrested its flight! The sun itself shall draw my pictures!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Walrath View Post
    Posted wirelessly..

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    Originally Posted by Vaughn
    print or shovel snow? -- dang what a hard decision for you!

    Vaughn

    PS -- time to join in with the new decade, dude!


    First time I missed the year. OOPS!
    You didn't miss a thing. The next decade starts with the end of this year, unless the first year was year '0' and not year '1'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    I am glad that someone here understands that.

    The fact, that except for C programmers, people count starting at the number one.

    A few weeks ago I pointed out on a post on APUG that we have 11 months until the start of the next decade and so many dunderheads posted vulgar and disgusting responses the monitors had to delete all the posts related to the start of the decade. Some people are just so into their "stupidness" that they cannot turn on their brains.

    Dunderheads, do you hear me now??

    Steve

    Do you remember how many people walked into the 21st century a year too early? There is little we can do about that.
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    We hear you Steve! But the whole thing with dating is arbitary anyway, so you'll just have to put up with us LOL! .

    And I always start counting at zero. How many beers have I had today? Zero (not one). But I'll soon take care of that!

    Vaughn

    PS...Ralph, we may have entered into the millenium a year early, but it sounds like you may have been a year late for the party!
    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
    ...Ralph, we may have entered into the millenium a year early, but it sounds like you may have been a year late for the party!
    No, I went to both, because I never miss a party. Where were you when we had the real party?
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