A day in the life of the winter blog...

By: Zachary Labe , 1:42 AM GMT on November 17, 2009

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Good afternoon!!! This is just a fun blog that I thought would cause a few laughs during this boring weather pattern dominated by widespread North America ridging with +1-2SD 1000-500mb heights. Even up to the Hudson Bay in Canada there are areas with no snow cover, which is very unusual this time of year. But as mentioned in the last blog, a pattern change is coming, so until then here is an off-topic blog. Keep in mind no hard feelings about the blog, all for fun. Everyone here is part of a wonderful community and I appreciate each and every comment. I think all of us can take a joke about ourself. By the way this idea was from a post on easternwx forums I saw one day while browsing. Anyways so here it is.... "The day in the life of Blizzard92's blog; the day before a big winterstorm during December." I am only posting this blog for a day or so, as everyone knows I like to keep things on topic. I will probably repost my November research blog on Wednesday until I make a new blog towards the weekend.

5:30am- Blizzard92 checks the computer models including 0z GFS and 0z ECWMF and shorter range models reporting: "I am not feeling good about this storm."

6:00am- 6z GFS reports in with a return to the winter storm, Blizzard92 morning confidence is restored.

6:15am- Sullivanweather, who never sleeps, reports in with some scientific explanation of the synoptic setup

6:30am- Mason803 reports in with a much colder low than the rest of us in the Lower Susquehanna Valley

9:00am- Sports center begins from 9-10am between palmyrapunshiment and TheRasberryPatch

10:00am- 12z NAM out and 12z GFS loading; snowlover2010 reports how much QPF is printed out for Lancaster, 1inch

10:02am- Blizzard92 reports that Lancaster may see some mixing and Harrisburg has a much better chance at all snow especially north of the turnpike

10:05am- HeavySnow suffers snowless depression with all mixing and rain towards Washington DC.

10:30am- Shipweather reports in with a new winter storm warning issued for all of the northern and central parts of Mt. Holly CWA

10:45am- Palmyrapunishment and Blizzard92 complain how State College never issues warnings adequately.

10:46am- State College issues Winter weather advisory for all of their CWA

10:48am- Complaints on State College NWS begin and recollections of them upgrading to warnings during all major storms, Blizzard92 recalls major ice of December 2007

11:00am- Stan999 reports in with 5inches of snow with blizzard conditions while the rest of us suffer with virga

11:30am- Virga continues; weathergeek5 reports how "the other site" has canceled winter

11:32am- Palmyrapunishment recollects how he was nearly banned from Crapuweather a few times

11:45am- Upweatherdog reports some random future snowstorm that may affect upper Michigan

12:00pm- TheDawnAwakening recalls the blizzard of 2005 on Cape Cod and asks Blizzard92 for potential on ocean effect snow

1:00pm- Blizzard92 is first to report seeing snow fall with already a coating

1:01pm- TheRasberryPatch reports dry conditions

1:30pm- Sports center round two begins between Palmyrapunishment and TheRasberryPatch with TheDawnAwakening talking about the celtics

1:45pm- Blizzards post "New blog posted in 1hr"

2:00pm- ECMWF is out and Blizzard92 reports it does not look good

2:10pm- Palmyrapunshiment starts his snowforpalymra donation blog

2:11pm- Blizzard92 reports "Lower Susquehanna; land where storms die"

2:12pm- SilverShipsofAndilar cancels winter

2:13pm- TheRasberryPatch posts how after years of observation it seems the jet stream troughs always shift east after December

3:00pm- Blog still not posted

3:10pm- Snowlover2010 asks how much snow for Lancaster

3:11pm- Stan999 reports 11inches of snow, only flurries now in the Lower Susquehanna Valley

3:12pm- Sullivanweather reports perfect temperatures in his region with 2inches of snow

3:13pm- Blizzard92 announces his forecast may bust, but chooses words carefully to cover himself

4:00pm- Snowlover2010 asks why the NWS zone forecast went from 4-8inches to 2-4inches; Blizzard92 replies it must be an error

4:01pm- NWS fixes error forecast, back up to 4-8inches

4:30pm- hurigo greets everyone and gets off in a tangent conversation with TheRasberryPatch about charcoal grills and Baltimore seafood being the best

6:00pm- Snow falling over much of Northern Middle Atlantic except in Washington DC with HeavySnow in continuous snowless depression

6:05pm- Palmyrapunishment reports worst commute conditions ever with I-81 at a crawl with PennDot in hiding; "Penndot hate blog" begins for next hour

700pm- TheDawnawakening reports ocean effect snow looks to be a good bet on Cape Cod tomorrow meanwhile everyone is focused on the current snow

7:30pm- Snowlover2010 asks Blizzard92 if school will be canceled

7:45pm- Blizzard92 remarks how the forecast looks great after all

7:46pm- TheRasberryPatch finds an error in Blizzard92's forecast snow map and reports it

8:00pm- Blizzard92 reports heaviest snow he has ever seen with already 5inches, everyone else in lower susquehanna valley has 2.5inches

8:30pm- Onoweather announces State College has now issued winter storm warning

9:00pm- Lull in storm begins and SilverShipsofAndilar cancels winter again asking for a big snowstorm one of these days

9:01pm- Blizzard92 forecasts major ice storm for second round

10:00pm- A drizzle freezing rain occurs and no major ice storm

10:20pm- Sullivanweather reports some scientific synopsis hardly anyone understands about why the second round busts

10:21pm- OriginalLT reports in a current Connecticut observation

10:30pm- weathergeek5 reports "the other site" believes the moisture is riding up the coast for a surprise snow event

10:32pm- Snowlover2010 asks how much for Lancaster

10:33pm- Blizzard92 reports they are a bunch of idiots and it is not going to happen

10:45pm- Pittsburghnurse reports terrible road conditions in Pittsburgh

11:00pm- Penndot jokes begin agian

2:00am- Sullivanweather, who never sleeps, reports on a long range 0z ECMWF storm

6:00am- Blizzard92 checks morning models and replies that things look cold in the long range

6:30am- Everyone reports snow totals with Blizzard92 being unusually high with his total

6:31am- Lawtonlooker replies he only received 4inches while Blizzard92 only 10mi north reports 6.5inches

8:00am- Blizzard92 thanks everyone for posting and says what a great community WU is

9:00am- New blog posted with wxgeek723 being first to comment saying what an amazingly long blog it is

9:10am- A new person stops to say hello and says what a great blog this is

9:11am- Blizzard92 continues to say thanks for stopping by and feel free to stop in anytime; scares the person away

9:15am- Upweatherdog reports a possible long range snowstorm for the Great Lakes and his winter forecast looks great

9:16am- Blizzard92 reports he does not like to look at the long range

9:17am- TheRasberryPatch reports on bitter cold out in Southbend, Indiana near relatives

9:18am- Blizzard92 reports on a 384hr possible snowstorm

9:30am- Palmyrapunishment says we are do for a big one



The cycle begins again....

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69. lawntonlookers
3:04 PM GMT on November 18, 2009
Quoting pittsburghnurse:
Ah yes, psychosis. Barreling down a steep icy hill does at least make one think of the afterlife even in the most hardened athiests.

I still haven't figured what's up with the tunnel deal. Must be the effect of the built up carbon minoxide. NEVER open your window in the tunnels.


And some of the areas around Pittsburg do have some pretty steep hills to drive on. I don't know how they get a snow plow up some of them.
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68. pittsburghnurse
2:33 PM GMT on November 18, 2009
Ah yes, psychosis. Barreling down a steep icy hill does at least make one think of the afterlife even in the most hardened athiests.

I still haven't figured what's up with the tunnel deal. Must be the effect of the built up carbon minoxide. NEVER open your window in the tunnels.
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67. pittsburghnurse
2:24 PM GMT on November 18, 2009
Shouting out a good morning to everyone. Sunny and brown. The landscape is brown. Keep repeating to myself, I do love brown, I do love brown.
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66. Jmedic
2:23 PM GMT on November 18, 2009
People in Pittsburgh panic at rain, snow causes a complete psychotic break. Tunnels cause panic as well, even in dry conditions.
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65. synthman19872003
4:03 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
Quoting originalLT:
Yeah, I agree with you guys, I wonder what movie they'll have on this Friday? What ever it is I WON'T be watching!
Deep Blue Sea, but I won't be watching it either...
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64. originalLT
3:34 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
Yeah, I agree with you guys, I wonder what movie they'll have on this Friday? What ever it is I WON'T be watching!
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63. synthman19872003
3:07 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
My thoughts exactly, Rasberry!
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62. TheRasberryPatch
3:06 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
Misery on TWC...what a joke of a station it has become. I don't know how anyone can watch it in the morning with Al and going to MSNBC news. UGH no thanks
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61. synthman19872003
3:05 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
Yeah Rasberry, seems like it's damp here too around New Years...

LOL I was trying to make sense of it Blizz, but I guess their "reason" was the blizzard at the beginning? Yeah, the Perfect Storm at least WAS about the weather.
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60. Zachary Labe
2:56 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
synthman19872003- Hahaha, I know... What did "Misery" have to do with the weather? Before they had "A Perfect Storm," but at least that dealt with the weather.
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59. TheRasberryPatch
2:55 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
synthman - the thing i remember the most is a dry Christmas and rainy New Years Eve. Just certain things you remember, probably not as often as you think, but it sticks out in your mind
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58. synthman19872003
2:53 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
LT, I too watch TWC on occasion; I do miss how it used to be though :( The other day, I flipped to it, and Misery was on LOL, I mean, is this a movie channel now???
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57. originalLT
2:44 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
The weather channel said(yeah I do still watch it occasionally) is saying that there will be a pretty good storm forming in the northern Gomex mon. or tuesday next week. That was said by Dr. Steve Lyons so I give it alot of creedence, he I respect.
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56. Zachary Labe
2:43 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
pittsburghnurse- My favorites include counting the PennDOT trucks and watching people panick on the highways with a light coating of snow.
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55. beell
2:42 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
beell- shoreacres received some snow last year I believe in December with 1-2inches over Galveston; it happens

6" of snow here on the NE side of Houston same date. A cold cut-off upper low drifted right over us. And we forgot all about Ike!
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54. synthman19872003
2:39 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
Quoting pittsburghnurse:
Things to love about winter:

When the "hot" sign is on at the Krispy Kreme on a snowy day. Yummmm, scrumpcious.

Beer (Rolling Rock) is best served after its chilled in about 4" of fresh snow.

Steeler gear. The stocking caps and sweat shirts. Black and gold is a cool combo.

Watching idiots try to drive in snow with summer tires and just happening to have your video camera at your fingertips ready to record.

Salt truck sightings. We get so excited about that one.

Anyone else?
Aah, the Krispy Kreme doughnut, a local favorite =) It started here in the Triad (Winston-Salem specifically). When that light turns on, that's my weakness! LOL
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53. synthman19872003
2:37 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
Quoting TheRasberryPatch:
aquak9 - i got 2 bikes in my lifetime for Christmas and both times i was able to ride it that day and during the winter. it really makes great scenery though when you have that White Christmas, especially when it occurs Christmas Eve, which rarely happens but we can dream about it. I think in my lifetime most of the snow has occurred on Christmas Day. I don't recall Christmas Eve getting any snow. of course there were times before those days.

Blizz - did you notice the public information? it was all about the winter terms.
We have white Christmas's maybe on average once every 10 years. In fact, I think the last one was around 10 years ago, so maybe we are due for another one this year :)

Most years though, it seems like Christmas is dry in most of the southern Mid-Atlantic, so it wouldn't surprise me that this year would be the same. Doesn't matter though, as I will be too busy partying with family and friends =)
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52. pittsburghnurse
2:33 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
Things to love about winter:

When the "hot" sign is on at the Krispy Kreme on a snowy day. Yummmm, scrumpcious.

Beer (Rolling Rock) is best served after its chilled in about 4" of fresh snow.

Steeler gear. The stocking caps and sweat shirts. Black and gold is a cool combo.

Watching idiots try to drive in snow with summer tires and just happening to have your video camera at your fingertips ready to record.

Salt truck sightings. We get so excited about that one.

Anyone else?
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51. Zachary Labe
2:14 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
beell- shoreacres received some snow last year I believe in December with 1-2inches over Galveston; it happens.
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50. beell
2:06 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
My TX blog neighbor, shoreacres, said I should stop by. We would like some snow this year on the Gulf Coast. See what ya'll can do if you get a chance!
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49. Zachary Labe
2:01 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
beell- Lol, things get pretty wild around here in the blog from now through March. Thanks for stopping by!
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48. upweatherdog
2:00 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
My weather has been icky. It's frigid in the morning, and in the afternoon it's sunny, dry, and windy with frost still in the shadows. They say the temps are above normal, but it sure dosn't feel like it.
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47. beell
1:55 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
Hands down, Bliz! The (correction!) Northern Mid-Atlantic Weather Blog and its inhabitants have effectively stolen Winter from all the rest of us. Who would have thought freezing to death could be fun!



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46. wxgeek723
1:49 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
This is a long entry. Hahaha.
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45. Zachary Labe
1:48 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
TheRasberryPatch- Yep winter awareness week. The Christmas snowstorm of 2002 had most of the foot of snow fall on Christmas eve overnight.
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44. TheRasberryPatch
1:46 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
aquak9 - i got 2 bikes in my lifetime for Christmas and both times i was able to ride it that day and during the winter. it really makes great scenery though when you have that White Christmas, especially when it occurs Christmas Eve, which rarely happens but we can dream about it. I think in my lifetime most of the snow has occurred on Christmas Day. I don't recall Christmas Eve getting any snow. of course there were times before those days.

Blizz - did you notice the public information? it was all about the winter terms.
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43. aquak9
1:30 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
and I can't imagine, riding that new Christmas bike, thru a foot of snow!

yes it does seem weird that the rest of the country has all this snow at winter, and we still wear flip-flops. But hooo-boy...just watch the temp drop below 60ยบ and I'm the biggest cry-baby ever!
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42. Zachary Labe
1:14 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
aquak9- Thanks! You are missing out; I just cannot imagine spending Christmas in a warm climate with palm trees out my window, lol.
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41. aquak9
1:08 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
OMG, this is absolutely hilarious!!

you guys are FREAKS about your snow, aren't you? and I had to laugh, at the complaints about PennDot, poor HeavySnow, and how many times did silverships cancel winter??

Great blog, great commentary. And by the way, I've never seen snow....
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40. Zachary Labe
12:46 AM GMT on November 18, 2009
hurigo- Thanks! Take in the next 6-9 days as the pattern begins to switch after that.
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39. TheRasberryPatch
10:49 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
too funny hurigo...PU stands for Penn State (PU). Pittsburgh(Pitt), West Virginia (WVU), Maryland (MD), Ohio State U (OSU)

BS well you can guess, Notre Dame (ND)
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38. hurigo
10:43 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
OKay, you guys, stop talking in code or give me the code decrypter. I have a feeling it has something to do with sports? Is it basketball? College Football?
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37. TheRasberryPatch
10:31 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
Really PP? all next year? or just one a year? its just a shame they won't play Pitt or WVU or MD. they were teams they would beat, too and would give them some credibility. anytime i watched the pundits they just couldn't give PU any credit because they hadn't played anyone. and we saw when they played a decent team like Iowa and OSU they got shut down.

you can give me the BS about recruiting class, but ND has had a great recruiting class the pass few years and look where they are today.
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36. hurigo
10:27 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
Hello Blizz, et al.
What a great, entertaining blog, Blizz. Thanks for putting it together. I know these things just don't get done on their own.

December will be here, again, before we know it. Glad that we have you there doing all the data crunching and spouting out your analysis and forecasts.

Thanks for the entertainment.
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35. PalmyraPunishment
9:57 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
And you PU fans - i guess the cupcake schedule has come back to bite hard. just can't win the big one against a mediocre Big Ten. just like the basketball team that could have possibly made the dance last year, but such a weak out of conference. better luck next year or next year or next year hahaha

I bet you're gonna shut up pretty good next year when State rolls down to Tuscaloosa and tears Alabama a new butthole lol.

Actually, that won't happen, but they should beat them in 2011 with the incredible recruiting classes coming in. 2011 should be a NC contender class if all falls into place.

The OOC is getting better starting next year. Bama, Nebraska, Rutgers (I know, I know) and Virginia are all scheduled with The U and another SEC team potentially to be added later.
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34. Zachary Labe
9:15 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
Thanks everyone!!! Looks like loads of fun for this winter ahead, get ready!
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33. TheRasberryPatch
8:22 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
not to mention i like to keep the oysters outside in a cooler during the day for the Thanksgiving weekend which starts on Wednesday for me. hahaha. and above 50 is too warm for me. i prefer mid 40's to keep them nice and cool.

I used to love starting the Saturday before because you had football on Sat, Sun, Mon and then Thanksgiving, Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon. its change a lot since the 80's and 90's. now you have football almost every day of the week.

And you PU fans - i guess the cupcake schedule has come back to bite hard. just can't win the big one against a mediocre Big Ten. just like the basketball team that could have possibly made the dance last year, but such a weak out of conference. better luck next year or next year or next year hahaha
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32. johnbluedog69
8:16 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
Hey palmyra i remember reading your antics on this blog last winter lol!I'm looking foward to talking to you folks this winter season.Are you in northern De.?Cant wait for the first snow!!!!
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31. originalLT
7:58 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
Beautiful spiral to the low pressure system over Missouri, with comma shape. See the vis sat.
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30. PalmyraPunishment
6:14 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
if it's above 50 on thanksgiving, i'm disappointed. don't know why but i like it cold and gloomy on thanksgiving. bright and warm, not so much.
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29. onoweather
5:05 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
I love the blog blizz, I often think of it being a little comical when the "big storms" are in the models. On a side note it's beautiful out today, I even got to hit some baseball's around. When's it supposed to turn colder? I hope it's like this til Thanksgiving then I want some cold!
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28. NEwxguy
4:42 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
Looks like some big storms for next week,should be alot of action to follow in the next couple of weeks.
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27. SilverShipsofAndilar
4:40 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
Every word of this blog is true. Except it doesn't look like there will even be a winter to cancel this year. I hope it sneaks up on us soon and buries us all snow.
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26. BANGORWALKER
3:13 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
Bangorwalker doesn't report at all because the storm won't hit Maine until the next day. By the time he has a chance to report a total, Blizz has posted a new blog, and most of the others are talking about the next storm on the long range models...so he shuts off the computer because the temp has spiked up to 45 on the back side and it's a nice evening for a walk and the fresh 16 inches of snow will be melted within a week...

DECEMBER 15, 2003
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25. PalmyraPunishment
2:55 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
hi. i'm in... delaware...
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24. johnbluedog69
2:50 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
And here in lower Dela"where?" we only get snow changing to sleet then cold rain,boooo!
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23. PalmyraPunishment
2:44 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
so I missed the first bust of the season? hahaha

incredibly accurate. the only thing you missed was the 2 episodes of Crossfire that this blog usually hosts with RasberryPatch Novak and HeavySnow Carville. nicely done! cha cha cha
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22. lawntonlookers
12:55 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
Pretty good Blizz. To bad it wasn't for a real storm, the one that we will occure during farm show week.
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21. TheRasberryPatch
12:13 PM GMT on November 17, 2009
shoreacres - i find them at my grocery store. they are usually in a 1lb tub. I am not a liver fan. UGH. my worst dinners as a kid was once a year or so my parents would make beef liver. I was the last one to get up from the table and the last time I had to eat it didnt' sit well I'll will say hahaha but for some reason the chicken liver cooked in the dressing in the bird wasn't bad at all.
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20. Mason803
11:03 AM GMT on November 17, 2009
very funny blizzard92. i'm going to have to mix things up so im not so predictable. have a good day>
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19. originalLT
5:43 AM GMT on November 17, 2009
Very very "cute". and very accurate. I thought you might say for me, OriginalLT checked in and said he heard crickets chirping during the snow storm! And by the way, up untill last night I still did hear a couple. Nice idea Blizz.
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