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As Blizzard Nemo Strikes, Global Warming Won’t Be Far Behind

terry2371 Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 10:18 PM
We had a snowstorm around my neck of the woods. I don't think it had a name. I am going to call it a snowstorm. Does it have to be a blizzard to get a name? Or maybe pretty soon every weather event will get a name. They should name them after the first person who sees it like comets.
Scrap Iron in Texas Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 11:59 PM
In Buffalo, they call it the Blizzard of '77.
70 inches of snow in three days, with drifts over 40 feet in some places.
Left a wall of ice 10 feet high TWO MONTHS after it stopped snowing.
People were still digging themselves out after a week.
paulinho Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 1:13 PM
And Buffalo sent the blamed storm along to Rottenchester (spelling is correct). We were digging out for a week and never want to see another storm like that one. Our drifts were even higher. As soon as we could, we moved to warmer climes and will never return to the Frozen North and Global Freezing.
PhillupSpace2 Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 11:21 PM
The rain is Tess, the fire is Joe and they call the wind, Mariah!

And I believe everything Lee Marvin and Pardner said!

Blizzard Nemo is bearing down on the Northeast- hence the term nor’easter to describe it- so prepare for the folks at Fashion Week, now being held in New York City, to be out in force battling the storm.

“The organizers of New York's Fashion Week,” reports the CSMonitor,  “a closely watched series of fashion shows held under a big tent – said they will have extra crews to help with snow removal and will turn up the heat and add an extra layer to the venue.”

We can only hope that they wear furs.

Because we’ll need blizzards of hilarity...

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