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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!
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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!
    Well, it's beautiful, but it makes life horrible.

    1) We have 20 inches of snow.
    2) There's a state of emergency issued throughout most of Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois
    3) The delievery of my Powerbook has been delayed because there was no mail today - they'll "try again tomorrow".
    4) This house has a terrible heating system: the heat barely gets to my home office.

    This is awful! But, it could be worse. (I'd have liked that laptop in my hands today)

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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!
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    It's not too much better here in Cleveland so I can sympathize
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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!
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    Cool
    The sooner you get that PowerBook, the sooner you get that lap warmer. lol
    Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain!

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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!
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    Yeah no doubt.. well Ill tell you what... send some of that snow down here to San Diego.. I think some of us would enjoy.. just a little though.. too much and.. say more than an inch or so and these San Diegans will be in a state of panic!

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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!
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    I'm not even going to try sending snow. It'd be melted by the time you got it..

    Anyway, another setback: My Powerbook is stuck in another town, the Post office this morning has nothing to deliever at all. And I can't go to where the box might be, as the highways and roads are horrible..

    Wonderful Christmas Eve.

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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!
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    Hey Murlyn,
    How about I send 5 of the 20 inches I've got here, and I'll trade you my 7 degree temperature for a day?
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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!
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    youre all lucky, Im in texas! I havent seen snow since 85', it snowed 6 inches, thats the record, it was great.

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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!

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    I'm spending the winter holidays with relatives in Florida. It was 74 degrees yesterday, and I was working up a sweat outside.

    Ths place could use a little snow and a cool breeze every once in a while.

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    you could ask apple to give you a prototype g5 powerbook and by turning it on you would melt your entire town then the mail man would be able to bring you your powerbook

    no snow over here just wet wet wet and very cold

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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!
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    ok macman i went home for the holidays for a climet 10 degrees colder or more than my school. you can have all the snow here, and all the cold weather.

    its -3 rite now. but it was down to -12

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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graphite
    ok macman i went home for the holidays for a climet 10 degrees colder or more than my school. you can have all the snow here, and all the cold weather.

    its -3 rite now. but it was down to -12
    Id like that, its about 30 here, not too cold, though Im naturally hot blooded.

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    Snow, Snow, I hate snow!
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    You guys are lucky! It's -31 Degrees Celius ( -24 fahrenheit ) with no wind chill. With the wind chill its -43 Degrees Celcius ( -45 fahrentheit ). Also we gained like 2 feet of snow from alst weeks blizzard. HORRAY!

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