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is it dry, wet or normal where you are?

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posted on May, 3 2011 @ 07:40 PM
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i hope your not offended, i just added you to my minuscule list of friends.
btw, dude, get a dog. my listens to me and understands me. i no longer talk to myself.

yes, there are many compounds in our water supply, men growing breasts, children reaching puberty at far too young an age.
it's quite disgusting really.
i also agree about the positive outlook. in real life i'm far more positive than the cyber me.
i live off the grid in an r.v. and most likely use the same amount of resources as the average american pet.
would not want it any other way.....ever again.
i always enjoyed the old hippy slogan, 'live simply so others may simply live'.
if humans could realize that they just really do not need all that stuff i think many more would walk around with smiles on their faces.

i found our exchange of wisdom to be both entertaining and educational, but shhhhh.......don't tell anyone, i'd hate to ruin my reputation.




posted on May, 3 2011 @ 08:29 PM
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Brisbane, QLD here. Normal Autumn morning so far, chilly morning, and now lovely blue skies - this is why Autumn is my favourite time of year


*and by 'chilly' it's around 55deg Fahrenheit, which, for me, being a native QLD'er is COLD. Brrrr. lovely top of 24/75



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 08:32 PM
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i hope your not offended, i just added you to my minuscule list of friends.
btw, dude, get a dog. my listens to me and understands me. i no longer talk to myself.

Hah - glad to be there friend. But if you weren't before, you're likely now on watch lists.

BTW, Acacius is my dog - likely half pitt, definitely half dachsund (looks like a stubby pitt) is my buddy. Now it's a three-way conversation


Hopefully our water isn't completely ruined yet. If they could get some scrubbers in the treatment plants that clear this crap out, I'd be pleased. For those so-inclined, I recommend British Berkefeld filtration systems. Don't know how effective they are against hormones and the like, but they have filters that can clean out fluoride significantly.


i always enjoyed the old hippy slogan, 'live simply so others may simply live'.
if humans could realize that they just really do not need all that stuff i think many more would walk around with smiles on their faces.

THANK YOU. I hate the obsession with 'stuff'! Keeping up with the Joneses has done nothing for anyone, from what I can tell.


i found our exchange of wisdom to be both entertaining and educational, but shhhhh.......don't tell anyone, i'd hate to ruin my reputation.

Too late! Now you've befriended someone who listens to 'Flowers on the Wall' by the Statler Brothers (thanks mom...). It has been a pleasure, and I hope you do well in the days to come. I'll add you likewise to check out your threads and posts, you might do the same as I'd like to assume I've got some useful and entertaining bits to add...or not!



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 08:36 PM
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I'm somewhere by Iowa. Today, it was supposed to be partly sunny and 60ish. Instead, it turned into January. Low gray clouds, windy, and shivering cold. I mean, I think it was fiddn to snow, just about.
Mostly every day for some time, it's been windy windy windy gusty. I'm sick of it. And yeah, fairly dry.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 08:47 PM
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i refuse to drink unfiltered water unless it comes out of one of my springs.
but then again, there may be many different scary things that lurk in there that all the tests don't even test for.
i am still breathing though.





listens to 'Flowers on the Wall' by the Statler Brothers


not a bad choice, i wouldn't hold it against you.
right now i'm listening to bob marley, babylon by bus.
please do not hate me.

btw, never heard of your filter brand, i use one made for the swiss army, looks similar to a bicycle tire pump.
removable, changable, cleanable filters.
when i first got it i pumped water from a mud puddle and it came out clear.
it's supposed to remove all kinds of stuff including radioactive particles.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 09:24 PM
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In central North Carolina we had a lot of rain from the 2 terrible storms that brought the tornadoes. If it had not been for them, it would be dry here.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 09:27 PM
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i wish you guys would share some of that rain with us.
the other thing i didn't mention is the insane winds we've had for weeks now.
wind is quite normal in the springtime here in new mexico, but records have been broken and this persistence is out of the norm.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 09:45 PM
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West coast Scotland and its dry, has been for weeks now. No real rain to speak of which for this part of the country is really strange. Forecast for end of the week here in Glasgow is heavy rain and hopefully for around the rest of the country as we have some forest fires.

May / June are usually our better months in terms of weather i.e. sunshine, warm days etc but I'm looking forward to a spell of rain to help make the place greener and help get rid of this dust thats covering everything.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 09:47 PM
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Hi there..checking in from Ottawa .Canada..very very wet weather..weve also had such strongs winds with these systems..these are the remnants from our friends south of us(U.S.)..with their HUGE systems...plus very unusual wind systems in our Jet Stream..really..juz aint been the same anywhere..hmmmm..



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 09:50 PM
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Here in British Columbia, Canada, we've had the second coldest April on record.

Trouble is, that Global Warming theorists always say that any severe weather, be it overly cold weather or overly hot weather points to Global Warming.

What I find interesting is that the last Bilderburg Group meeting had "Global Cooling" on their agenda. Yes, global COOLING.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 09:55 PM
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i'm 47 and distinctly remember being taught about the coming ice age in school.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 10:02 PM
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Very wet. Wet, wet, wet. Flood warnings.

I hope We don't get flooded.

EDIT to add: NY State, Finger Lakes region.
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posted on May, 3 2011 @ 10:13 PM
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Northwestern Montana ~~ Very wet, still snowing on occasion - that is very unusual, Flooding is a problem here, supposed to be pretty bad hear soon. and none of this has happened since 1964.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 10:32 PM
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I'm in southern illinois..need I say more?


We are flooded..literally...flooded. For the last month I felt like I was living in Ireland!



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 10:42 PM
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We are having some wild weather in Australia - Sydney has had it's biggest downpour for the month of April in over 25 years. This is on top of a completely crazy summer ... so definitely strange here.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 10:54 PM
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Near Gettysburg PA on the PA/MD border. Rain, rain and more rain sporadically over the last month. Poor daughter has been rained out of several soccer games and our fields were destroyed by flooding. Long time locals tell us it's the worst in at least 10 years, maybe more. Raining now as I type.

Had the global warming discussion with hubby recently. See, I believe that climate change is a given. I do not give much credence to Anthropological Global Warming (AGW) otherwise known as man made. AGW doesn't explain the medieval warming period, the little ice age in the 1800s (including the Schoolchildren's Blizzard in 1888) or the fear of global cooling in the 1970's or the Roman Vineyards found in England (meaning it had to be warmer during Roman occupation to grow the grapes).

Climate will change, species will become extinct - as it always has been, it always will be....



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 11:17 PM
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God I'm glad someone asked. It is so dry here in my part of SoCal that I am having nosebleeds. Plants are drying out in a day. Cats and dogs, sleeping together, etc.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 11:36 PM
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southern ontario, raining day after day
cold and wet, my basement which is finished got a leak somewhere, carpet ruined, we will have to take down the wall i think and see whats going on.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 11:38 PM
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Here in upstate New York it has been raining for 3 days straight and we have 2 more forecasted.. I am getting quite sick of it and its REALLY starting to affect my mood.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 11:39 PM
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West coast of US/Canada has one of the wettest winters in a long time.

Big, deep snow pack may actually pull California out of the drought for the first time in decades.



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