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Old 12-22-2007, 09:23 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Brookfield View Post
They said how bad it was around Topeka on English television.
really?? sheesh! its not THAT bad, but its bad... i had a snow drift in my driveway that went above the bumper on my jeep, and of course it plowed right through i should've taken a picture...

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Old 12-23-2007, 12:33 AM   #22
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I love watching "Thundersnow" as they call it. But I am in sunny Florida and they freak out when there is a cold front that takes it down to 40. I used to live in Colorado, so I think they are just wussies. lol
i remember when i went down to orlando, and it was 43 outside, and all the constuction works and everyone on the roads had a winter coat on and i was in shorts and a t-shirt, i was like its not that cold out now come on

but yea its just rain here in milwuakee, but it will be turning to snow soon

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