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    Default Blizzard time

    Stay safe and warm my fellow babies in the Northeast. I hope you have plenty of warm, comfy diapees to get you through the impending power outages, impassable roads and overall havoc they are predicting for tonight and tomorrow.

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    Thank you! You too!!!! We stocked up on food and I have a brand new sippy cup to get through this with!

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    Hope it doesn't turn out too bad.

    There's always the possibility they're wrong. It seems the last few years that, news, weather, and government folks have gone overboard in raising the alarm when there's just the possibility of severe weather. They talk about it like its the end of the world.... then nothing, or just an ordinary storm.

    I find that annoying. If you're going to call something 'historic' before it happens, at least give me some justification why you think this is different than every other winter storm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pampersman View Post
    Stay safe and warm my fellow babies in the Northeast. I hope you have plenty of warm, comfy diapees to get you through the impending power outages, impassable roads and overall havoc they are predicting for tonight and tomorrow.
    Wish it would cancel college tomorrow because we are getting a prompt for a speech tomorrow and I have to present it this thursday. He said if it cancels he will give it to us thursday and can start Tuesday instead of Thursday this week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snivy View Post
    Wish it would cancel college tomorrow because we are getting a prompt for a speech tomorrow and I have to present it this thursday. He said if it cancels he will give it to us thursday and can start Tuesday instead of Thursday this week!
    You can tell I'm retired from school as I'm glad we shouldn't get much, if any snow for tomorrow. But only a year ago I loved having a snow day or two so I didn't have to teach math. Several years ago Lynchburg got two feet of snow right before Christmas. Shoveling that was not fun. I had to drive to Roanoke to get my mother-in-law from the airport, a day later because of the snow, the the highway was littered with abandoned and overturned cars.

    My heart goes out to the northeast because they are really going to get hit, and losing one's electricity in the winter is miserable.

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    So sick of this Weather. People are acting like it'll be anything besides another shitty storm. 3-4 feet of snow burying my Truck and 2-3 feet of snow and 20 minutes of shoveling. Yeah, I'm over the North. I don't see how people enjoy living up here.

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    Times like this make me wish I was back in Connecticut and not in Florida. Nothing like taking a day off school and lounging around in my pajamas, although I was usually the one that had to shovel the driveway and sidewalks as well as clean the snow off our cars. Though, one time a storm of this magnitude hit back in 2005-2006, my family and I went skiing for the day, and by the time we were going back home it was snowing so heavily we had to spend the night in a motel as the roads were too dangerous to drive. The next day, we managed to drive home but when we stopped to fill gas everything was frozen so we couldn't fill up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duality View Post
    So sick of this Weather. People are acting like it'll be anything besides another shitty storm. 3-4 feet of snow burying my Truck and 2-3 feet of snow and 20 minutes of shoveling. Yeah, I'm over the North. I don't see how people enjoy living up here.
    I used to be so sick of living up North before I moved to Florida. Now, I would take the snow and cold to live up North again, even though I am a summer person.

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    Yes! I am staying indoors and safe during this storm.
    Outside where I am in New Hampshire it is -11 degrees Celsius.
    Yes! I have plenty of diapers and under-pads.
    Been watching television.
    Just old stuff like Iron King, Super Robot Red Baron, and ULTRAMAN.

    Anyway, time to snuggle in my bed and listen to the BBC News Feed via WBUR-FM, 90.9 MHz, Boston University Radio (NPR).

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviationchild View Post
    Times like this make me wish I was back in Connecticut and not in Florida. Nothing like taking a day off school and lounging around in my pajamas, although I was usually the one that had to shovel the driveway and sidewalks as well as clean the snow off our cars. Though, one time a storm of this magnitude hit back in 2005-2006, my family and I went skiing for the day, and by the time we were going back home it was snowing so heavily we had to spend the night in a motel as the roads were too dangerous to drive. The next day, we managed to drive home but when we stopped to fill gas everything was frozen so we couldn't fill up.

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    I used to be so sick of living up North before I moved to Florida. Now, I would take the snow and cold to live up North again, even though I am a summer person.
    I can't bro. I hate everything about the a North from the a Weather, the laws, the locations, etc. I can tolerate Cold but absolutely sick of my fingers feeling like they're going to fall off whenever I smoke a cigarette or my toes always being Cold.

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    Red face

    I'm in N.J So let's see Double diapered check, Lantern check, Food......um I'm screwed...dang electric stove XD

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