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Old 01-06-2024, 08:56 PM  
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Old 01-12-2024, 05:19 PM   #91
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Do they grow wheat and corn in the south?

I swear to god our ancestors hated their future kin. "Let's settle down HERE "they said.....
Our ancestors would think we're all a bunch of pussies.
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Old 01-12-2024, 05:25 PM   #92
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Our ancestors would think we're all a bunch of pussies.
They'd be 1000% correct in every aspect. My grandpa lived in a hole in the ground out here for years. A hole with a roof made of dirt and mixed straw and shit.


He'd slap me in the face for complaining about the CP server going down.
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Old 01-12-2024, 05:42 PM   #93
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They'd be 1000% correct in every aspect. My grandpa lived in a hole in the ground out here for years. A hole with a roof made of dirt and mixed straw and shit.

He'd slap me in the face for complaining about the CP server going down.
My uncle, who passed away a few years ago, would tell me stories about growing up on a farm in northern Missouri in the 50s. They lived a mile and a half from the bus stop, and he had to walk it, every day, regardless of the weather. The road went up and down several hills, and no matter how hot or cold it was, whether it was raining, snowing, hailing, whatever, he walked it. The man I would later call grandpa was his step-father, and apparently didn't like my uncle very much, because he would NEVER drive him, no matter how severe conditions were. Three feet of snow? 10 below zero? Raining sideways? **** you.

Good luck bitching to him about going out in the weather.
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Old 01-12-2024, 09:12 PM   #94
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Channel 2 out here in the Denver metro area has a counter on the screen "Time Below Freezing". It is 20 F'n degrees right now. How about "Hours below zero".
If it bleeds it leads and if it is cold our "Happy" governor declares a state of emergency.
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Old 01-12-2024, 09:19 PM   #95
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I have had very little snow. 10 miles away, 1 inch.

40 miles away--3 inches. Quite the cut off.
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Old 01-12-2024, 09:22 PM   #96
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This is funny: Will Alaska Be Warmer than Kansas City?

https://www.kansascity.com/news/weat...284174868.html

Probably will be this weekend. We will be getting the usual low twenties for the high but then, we've already had a pretty good cold snap right after Christmas. Didn't hit 0 for a few days. And the end of January is typically the coldest part of the year so we have that to look forward to. Frankly, you all are getting what we typically get. Sunspot activity is diminished, which weakens the jet stream and pushes it east and south. That allows the cold Siberian air that typically hits my state to push further into the contiguous US instead of staying in Canada or the northern US. So just consider this a little gift from Russia and Alaska.

If you're going to the game, wear layers, especially for your feet. If you can, a thin layer of merino wool socks with a much thicker layer of wool socks can work wonders. SmartWool is a great brand of sock. Polypropelene is a good base layer. Under Armor makes some good base layers as does Carhartt. If you want to be really warm, get a good base layer for your legs, like long underwear. THen go to Cabela's or Bass Pro Shop and buy fleece wader liners. They're designed to be worn under fishing waders in cold weather. Standing in glacial-fed water all day, even in water-proof liners, can get very cold so thick liners really keep your legs warm. You wear those two layers and then your pants and you will definitely be warm.

Stay warm my friends.
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Old 01-12-2024, 09:27 PM   #97
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It's funny - when it gets really cold up here in the Chicago area, I sometimes check to see what the temperature is in Juneau. Most of the time, Juneau is warmer. Sometimes significantly so.

I assume that will be the case tomorrow when the deep freeze hits.
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Old 01-12-2024, 09:30 PM   #98
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It's funny - when it gets really cold up here in the Chicago area, I sometimes check to see what the temperature is in Juneau. Most of the time, Juneau is warmer. Sometimes significantly so.

I assume that will be the case tomorrow when the deep freeze hits.
Juneau is not really 'cold' by Alaska standards. It's notably farther South than Anchorage or even Fairbanks and its surrounded by water, which moderates the temp. Anchorage is typically notably colder than Juneau and Fairbanks is even colder. I've flown to Fairbanks a few times in January and getting ready to step out of the airport, you just steel yourself for those -45 temps.

Also, -10 and colder is BPC: butt-puckering cold. It's so cold that when you go outside, your butt puckers shut to make sure that no cold air comes in the back door.
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Old 01-12-2024, 09:48 PM   #99
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It's funny - when it gets really cold up here in the Chicago area, I sometimes check to see what the temperature is in Juneau. Most of the time, Juneau is warmer. Sometimes significantly so.

I assume that will be the case tomorrow when the deep freeze hits.
It’s currently 71 degrees at 10:45 at night here. Just saying.
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Old 01-12-2024, 10:00 PM   #100
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Juneau is not really 'cold' by Alaska standards. It's notably farther South than Anchorage or even Fairbanks and its surrounded by water, which moderates the temp. Anchorage is typically notably colder than Juneau and Fairbanks is even colder. I've flown to Fairbanks a few times in January and getting ready to step out of the airport, you just steel yourself for those -45 temps.

Also, -10 and colder is BPC: butt-puckering cold. It's so cold that when you go outside, your butt puckers shut to make sure that no cold air comes in the back door.
Oh I know, I just like to use Juneau because I've been there.
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Old 01-12-2024, 10:16 PM   #101
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When the lower 48 is butt ass cold, Alaska is warm and Vice versa. It has always been this way. This is not new.

THE STAR SHOULD KNOW THAT. But of course, they need clicks and need to sell bird liners.

There are times MPLS is colder than Mars. So F the Star.
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Old 01-12-2024, 10:39 PM   #102
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Yay blizzard and frost bite. My nipples are so hard and frozen stiff I could cut glass with them. If this weather doesn’t make you horny and ready to chase Eskimo pussy then chances are you bite pillows or something
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Old 01-12-2024, 10:43 PM   #103
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Evidently they may move or postpone the Bills game.

Then the Gov of NY said this…

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Old 01-12-2024, 10:44 PM   #104
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Evidently they may move or postpone the Bills game.

Then the Gov of NY said this…

Clearly this means they have to award Bills another home game if they win.
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Old 01-12-2024, 11:25 PM   #105
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Dang it's 1 outside now. Had to put the thermal underwear on the Yoder smoker for the brisket I am smoking in the AM. Probably should have wore a coat and gloves.
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