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'As CBS 2’s Lou Young reported, the snow had stopped by 7 a.m. in Danbury. But parts of central Connecticut were still seeing narrow bands of very intense snow as a result of the historic blizzard.' “This was like ’78, back when I was 13, we had 3 feet of snow,” one man said in Ridgefield. 'Shelton residents said not since the blizzard of 1978 had they seen so much snow in one storm. ' 1978. The COLDEST winter of modern times! DARN that Global Warming (TM)! http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2013/02/09/travel-ban-continues-in-connecticut-as-nearly-3-feet-of-snow-fall/
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PsychoDad Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 7:28 PM
Haha, then we're still ahead of the leftards who are frozen in 1935 worshipping at the altar of Saint Franklin and HIS socialist mismanagement. Ya know, at least Wilson fought WW1 to "Make the world safe for democracy." Saint Franklin fought WW2 to make the world safe for Stalin. PS-- Saint Franklin is also the one who incarcerated US citizens in concentration camps because of their skin color.
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PsychoDad Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 7:26 PM
But glad to see you cheering for President Ronald Reagan. Maybe it means you DO have two brain cells to rub together, after all.
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PsychoDad Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 7:25 PM
There's a difference between negotiating as a winner and negotiating as a loser. Sock Puppet is a loser who wants to give away the store. He doesn't want to secure a peace, he wants to surrender.
PS -- every one of their prophecies on this page is LOADED with weaseling. "may become more frequent" "models currently are unable to project accurately" "some evidence is available regarding increases" "it is not yet clear how ". Honest to God, it sounds like a tenth-grade science report.
15.2.4.1.2.4. Ice Storms Milder winter temperatures will decrease heavy snowstorms but could cause an increase in freezing rain if average daily temperatures fluctuate about the freezing point. It is difficult to predict where ice storms will occur and identify vulnerable populations. The ice storm of January 1998 (see Section 15.3.2.6) left 45 people dead and nearly 5 million people without heat or electricity in Ontario, Quebec, and New York... http://www.grida.no/publications/other/ipcc_tar/?src=/climate/ipcc_tar/wg2/569.htm Yup, they got that one bang on! IPCC, lol.
Incidentally, this blizzard was rather windy, but not a particularly heavy dump of snow. It turned to ice at some point, and that's what brought down a couple small trees in my yard, but this was NOT an extraordinary or unusual snowstorm for New England. O by the way, speaking of weather trends and such, when is the last time an actual hurricane hit Florida?
We understand, though. This "Global Warming" can mean more snow, but it can also mean less snow. Is there anything Global Warming can't do?
Oops, "their" not "they're." Started to write "They're almost as good etc."
Hey look, a born-again Warmingologist! They're prophecies are almost as good as the Seventh-Day Adventists, and their excuses are even better! Remember when snow was going to be a thing of the past? That was a long time ago, back when dissent was the highest form of patriotism.
I've lived in New England all my life and have NEVER heard of blizzard earning a name before. Except in retrospect (mostly), as "The Blizzard of '94."
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