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      03-06-2013, 12:58 PM   #23
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...so...just to be clear....this snow is attracted to other snow of the same sex, and the rate of the attraction is greater than that of other homosexual snow which you have encountered in the past?
yes precisly. as measured by the rapid clumping and melting
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      03-06-2013, 01:44 PM   #24
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this is some heavy ss snow!!! but it does not totally stick (yet)....its raining again now (in Sterling)....we'll see how much more comes down.

Even tho we did not get snow this year, Im done with this S....can't wait for Spring.
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you mad b/c you have to work and others have off? If so, LOL at you
Nah, my company technically never closes, so even if it snowed 10 feet, I'd have to either take a personal day, or stubbornly try to come into the office (stupid policy I know). This whole area overreacts to weather, which is why I find cancelling the govt today laughable.
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Nah, my company technically never closes, so even if it snowed 10 feet, I'd have to either take a personal day, or stubbornly try to come into the office (stupid policy I know). This whole area overreacts to weather, which is why I find cancelling the govt today laughable.
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Cancelling today was unnecessary. The roads are fine. Tomorrow morning may be a different story, though. There will probably be ice all over the place tomorrow.
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What a bunch of bs. Not any snow left on the ground here. It hardly got below 35 degrees.
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Lol, Flip, why do I get the feeling that you are just in a contrarian mood today?

I hope you're right on the best is yet to one. I'm still out (currently in Reston) and so far the snow (while pretty) is a dud when it comes to coating the roads. This is partly due to good prep, but mostly high ambient temps, I think.
WRONG!!!!

Hahaha...too much time on my hands.

Besides, it's always fun to play with your forum friends...epic fail on the snow out my way, however, and I am sorely disappointed that I was unable to enjoy the day to its fullest...time to shovel the driveway and sidewalks...
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What a bunch of bs. Not any snow left on the ground here. It hardly got below 35 degrees.
be thankful....snow sucks

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epic fail on the snow out my way,
Flip, please don't use that phrase as you (and me) are too old....
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AWD would be nice during snow days, but I don't mind NOT driving for 2 days out of the entire year.
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AWD would be nice during snow days, but I don't mind NOT driving for 2 days out of the entire year.
that's what the second car is for....Subaru's love the snow
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I originally thought that the storm was named rather poorly as "Snowquester", but it turned out to be rather apt. It was completely overblown by the media prior to its arrival, but--once it came--they back-tracked and had to admit it was not as bad as it was made out to be originally.
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I originally thought that the storm was named rather poorly as "Snowquester", but it turned out to be rather apt. It was completely overblown by the media prior to its arrival, but--once it came--they back-tracked and had to admit it was not as bad as it was made out to be originally.
Lol,

I was gonna say, thats what we get for relating a storm to our government. A lot of hype with nothing to show for it.
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