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Brian-2N    Posted 01-27-2004 at 04:47:18       [Reply]  [Send Email]
...the first-in-the-nation primary is held in New Hampshire. We New Englanders are made of sterner stuff.
60 F: Southern Californians shiver uncontrollably.
People in New England sunbathe.
50 F: New Yorkers try to turn on the heat.
People in New England plant gardens.
40 F: Italian & English cars won't start.
People in New England drive with the windows down.
32 F: Distilled water freezes.
Maine's Moose Head Lake's water gets thicker.
20 F: Floridians don coats, thermal underwear, gloves, wool hats.
People in New England throw on a flannel shirt.
15 F: New York landlords finally turn up the heat.
People in New England have the last cookout before it gets cold.
0 F: All the people in Miami die.
New Englanders close the windows.
10 below zero: Californians fly away to Mexico.
The Girl Scouts in New England are selling cookies door to door.
25 below zero: Hollywood disintegrates.
People in New England get out their winter coats.
40 below zero: Washington DC runs out of hot air.
People in New England let the dogs sleep indoors.
100 below zero: Santa Claus abandons the North Pole.
New Englanders get frustrated because they can't start their "kahs."
460 below zero: All atomic motion stops
(absolute zero on the Kelvin scale).
People in New England start saying, "cold 'nuff for ya?"
500 below zero: He!! freezes over.
The Red Sox win the World Series.

Wm. from NC    Posted 01-27-2004 at 11:17:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
I was with you, until you said that Washington ran out of hot air, then I started to doubt you.

RandyNcal    Posted 01-27-2004 at 09:58:30       [Reply]  [Send Email]
You are so right, here in cal I freeze my butt off at 55 above. I can't imagine the temps you got there, but at least you can breathe your air.
thanks I enjoyed the post

Cute, Brian, thanks, nt    Posted 01-27-2004 at 07:18:29       [Reply]  [Send Email]

Alias    Posted 01-27-2004 at 06:01:56       [Reply]  [No Email]
Brian, Ya done good. Very funny. But, I doubt that an ice covered he11 will make winners out of Boston.......gfp

donna in w.v    Posted 01-27-2004 at 05:37:32       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Truer words were never spoken .I was born and raised in New Bedford ,Ma. and now live in W.V. and can't believe the difference the weather here is almost as cold ,because I live on a mountain top , but because it's so dry even the snow doen't seem wet. most times you can't make snowballs with it. nothing like that icy wet ocean air blowing thru you with the icey snow beating you in the face

bob ny    Posted 01-27-2004 at 04:56:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
you said at 40 below washington runs out of hot air sounds like they never run out in new hamshu

deadcarp    Posted 01-27-2004 at 05:52:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
don't worry if you see my shoulders shakin over here as i'm lookin over the scenery, i'm not shivering - i'm LMAO! :)

Les    Posted 01-27-2004 at 05:10:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
No, but thankfully after today, they'll be taking most of it somewheres else. I suppose it keeps the sign makers and radio and TV stations in business.

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