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If you consider it a sport to gather your food by drilling through 18 inches of ice and sitting there all day hoping that the food will swim by, you might live in Wyoming.
If you're proud that your region makes the national news 96 nights each year because Big Piney is the coldest spot in the nation, you might live in Wyoming.
If your local Dairy Queen is closed from November through March, you might live in Wyoming.
If you instinctively walk like a penguin for five months out of the year, you might live in Wyoming.
If you have worn shorts and a parka at the same time, you might live in Wyoming.
If you have had a lengthy telephone conversation with someone who dialed a wrong number, you might live in Wyoming.
YOU KNOW YOU ARE A TRUE WYOMINGITE WHEN:
1. You measure distance in hours.
2. You know several people who have hit a deer more than once.
3. You often switch from "heat" to "A/C" in the same day and back again.
4. You can drive 65 mph through 2 feet of snow during a raging blizzard without flinching.
5. You see people wearing camouflage at social events (including weddings).
6. You install security lights on your house and garage and leave both unlocked.
7. You carry jumper cables in your car and your girlfriend knows how to use them.
8. You design your kid's Halloween costume to fit over a snowsuit.
9. Driving is better in the winter because the potholes are filled with snow.
10. You know all 4 seasons: almost winter, winter, still winter and road construction.
11. You were unaware that there is a legal drinking age.
12. Down South to you means Colorado or Utah.
13. Your 4th of July picnic was moved indoors due to frost.
14. You have more miles on your snow blower than your car.
15. You find 0 degrees "a little chilly."
i was out in the garden planting daffodils earlier today but i remember 97 i think in the highlands and the windchill was minus 55 recorded on the kessock bridge the petrol froze in my saab f that was a cold year
Yeah, the storm was pretty bad. It's been below freezing here in the Highlands of Scotland the last 3 or 4 days, snow on the ground. But today? It's practically t-shirt weather.
Sunday, September 1, 2013
Is there a real threat from comet ison this fall? Do you see any significant events on or around October 1st, 2013? Could this be an excuse for the powers that be to false-flag a black out and martial law, with bank holiday? Do you see anything like that? Then, when we pass thru the tail/debris (early 2014) we could get hit with who knows what ,even a space virus or Black Death. You have said that we will see electricity go wonky as the red comet comes closer. Can you try again to pinpoint a date at which all will be aware of the changes coming? How bad will it get? will the sun become so intense that only those underground will survive?
A. The first thing I see is a lot of activity in the Northern part of the Atlantic Ocean. It looks like huge chunks of ice keep breaking off and apart...The ice is like huge pieces like the size of house. And the ice breaking off looks like a sign for more things to happen later, but the ice is the first event. Then I see ice storms...and a lot of wind...in the North Eastern part of the US, and it looks to be in Maine / Vermont area, but it radiates out from there. And it looks like the weather that they get is brought from the Atlantic Ocean inland, rather than being brought from the West Coasts towards the east. It looks like the weather is coming from the North. The East Coast gets his way harder than the West Coast. And it looks like fall hit our country (or the United States), at two different times. Like the East coast jumps almost straight to winter, but the West coast is like stuck in the high temperatures of summer.
Q. Is there a real threat from comet ison this all?
A. It looks to me that, we do not get hit by a comet, but some debris around the comet makes it's way into our atmosphere. And it looks like it hits, either in, or really close to Greenlands, like the northern part of Greenland. And that is what causes, those huge chunks of ice to break apart, and then it starts this weather chain reaction. I see New York, and the Northern states above New York, hit with a lot of snow, almost blizzard like, and I keep flashing to that movie we watched, the one with all the snow at the station. The Day After Tomorrow. My mind just wants to focus on the snow in that movie. I keep seeing December with that also. Like we will see all that snow in December.