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Monday, February 15, 2021

Who Wants To Go To Miami?

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

17 comments:

  1. went to Tuscon last week, awesome weather. Fuck this lockdown shit, the plane was maybe 1/4th full, and maybe 10 people at the place we were staying. Great time.

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  2. 84 degrees today in West Palm Beach. Take a road trip away from the frozen tundra of NH.

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    1. Hit 88 in Jupiter...
      Seems like summer is here

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    2. I spent the weekend without running water on my boat because of course we're in the northeast and everything's frozen.
      My wife is delighting in telling me that the weather at home in Royal Palm is lovely.

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    3. Chief, It's colder in Texas than it is in "the frozen tundra" by a lot. Nemo

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  3. Oh dear God... all of you coming down here? You best clean up after yourselves before you leave come April!

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  4. Hey, the Democrats promised us global warming!! Just another lie.

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  5. Not me, 92* is way too hot. I'm not picky, anywhere between 30* and 80* is pleasant enough, but above 85* I melt. Which is the ONLY reason I'm not living in Texas or somewhere in Dixie.

    Besides which, the Everglades is nice (during the winter) but the Miami area has turned into yet another liberal shithole.

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    1. Rather go to Minot ND than Miami. Love me some Chokoloskee any time tho.

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  6. 22 degrees in New Orleans is a surprise.

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  7. If you have the time, read or watch this piece by Tucker Carlson last night on the Texas weather fiasco.

    https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker-carlson-texas-green-new-deal-climate-catastrophe

    Makes you wonder "what were they thinking?" As I recall, I may be in error here, Texas has had Republican governors and majorities in state legislatures FOR YEARS, yet somehow, while sitting on one of the greatest reserves of nat. gas IN THE WORLD, they've made a good portion of their electric grid generation capacity dependent upon wind.

    Now I'm NOT picking on Texas or Texans but WTH? Have the Califruitopia and Colorado transplants REALLY screwed up the state that badly or is it just the Austin soyboys and girls?

    Nemo

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    1. Just spitballing here.....but I think it was another "silent majority" thought, "Man, those liberal kids are pestering me; maybe for my own comfort I'll give in and let them have their windmills"
      Austin is weird.

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  8. 7F last night according to the reports but I know ground level temps are usually colder by several degrees. Just loaded up the stove and most of the ice is melted off the greenhouse. Unfortunately I'm pretty much locked in place until the weekend.

    On a plus note, I did get my taxes done.

    -arc

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  9. NOW is a good time to visit Phoenix. Just sayin'

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  10. We just survived the lowest temps we've ever seen in North Texas and a series of power outages including the last one that was 9 hours long. The trick is that we are on our own well and I have to run it a little to keep in from freezing. Everything seems to be back on line for and my wife of 30 years broke out a bottle of Texas made Bourbon she had been holding back for a special occasion. Everything seems ok now.

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  11. -5F wind chill here in The Heart of Dixie this morning (10F actual). We dodged the ice, but got about maybe an inch of snow. Had the temp dropped a couple of more degrees, a giraffe would have had to of bucked to fart (tons of rain).

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  12. I see the problem. The Rockies and the Appalachians are funneling all that cold air straight towards Texas! We need to build a mountain range along the US/Canada border to shift that cold air east and west. Let the blue states have it.

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