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    You know you live too far north if you get more than 1 inch of snow in a year.

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    You know you live too far north when:

    you have 21 consecutive days day when the temp never gets up to the freezing point (Plattsburgh State University College, January 1978).

    you go through a 16 out of 17 day period of Lake Effect snow of 6->10" each day, along with the snow plow barricade at the bottom of the driveway, with no place to put the snow, except on your porch (Buffalo, January 1998).

    you wait for a metrobus and you see the bank's time /temperature flicker between +-zero. (Buffalo, December 1983).

    you go to a Bills game against the Raiders and the temp at the start is 11 degrees... and then it gets colder. (Buffalo, December 1993).

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    i noticed something else, i frost bit the tips of my poor D. capensis "typical" leaves from me going in and out the back door [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img] the poor thing sits 5 feet from the door, i thought it was safe. i guess it needs to be moved, nothing else seemed to mind not even the capensis "albino" sitting next to it. it must have got hit just right with a draft.

    oh yeah one more thing, my ducks and geese are PSYCOTIC! this morning at 7:30, it was -30 and they walk out of there nice, warm straw bale house i built them and plooped there rears on top of a snow bank and proceeded to talk amoungst themselves about the weather. they aint right in the head i tell yah!
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    I can finnaly relate, florida isn't very snowy obviously, I never thought I would say "tommorows supposed to be warm" when the high is in the 30's
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    you have ever had a snowball fight on july 16th.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]You know you live too far north if you get more than 1 inch of snow in a year.

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    hey south dakota isnt too ar north then [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]
    that makes no logic

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    lol, we probably got around 30 something inches last year, the most we had at one time was prolly 8 or 9", the day after halloween, we got a snow day
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    In the Summer Polar Bears migrate into your neighborhood to escape the heat. In the Winter they migrate out to escape the cold.



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