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The "Freezing Temperature Watch For Late 2010/ Early 2011" Thread

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posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 08:00 PM
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Originally posted by XsameXoneXotherX
reply to post by whoshotJR
 


You speak with no merit.

No one will listen to you, Mr. Dishonest Liar Miserable.


Half of your posts you aren't making much sense and you're calling everyone a liar who comes in here with constructive criticism on how to keep your thread going - not the way to make friends! Like someone above mentioned, add some charts or links on how to deal with severe cold, or don't bother - people get bored quickly of threads that go nowhere, particularly when the OP starts calling people names.




posted on Nov, 22 2010 @ 04:47 PM
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This will be a bit politically incorrect, nd earth unfriendly, but in case of extended periods ofo freezing, one may set up a trickle of used motor oil in their wood burning stove. Very easy to do. It just drips tiny amounts of oil that keep burning for hours. A lot of old guy inu the country side where miy folks live doo this each winter.

Also using core heaters for your cars and trucks, a simple plug in device which keeps your engine slightly warmer so it'll start the next day.



posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 05:38 PM
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They just said on the news, that Western Canada is "suffering through a severe cold snap".

It's only -20 celcius.
They're getting silly now. This is Canada, for the prairies, this is totally normal. I wouldn't say we're "suffering" until it gets below -30 at least. :shk:

Just had to vent that.



 
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