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Old 07-26-2005, 01:08 AM   #466
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to the heat

I like the graphics on your local news' weather forecast. I have to squint to view mine
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I like the graphics on your local news' weather forecast. I have to squint to view mine
ooh yeah, and the humidity's been around 80+% for several days now too which combined with that, the heat, and the air quality has just made it so much fun to be outside!

where is mt. lemmon? i want to move there your local news channel has something over mine: your call letters are kold
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ooh yeah, and the humidity's been around 80+% for several days now too which combined with that, the heat, and the air quality has just made it so much fun to be outside!

where is mt. lemmon? i want to move there your local news channel has something over mine: your call letters are kold
Are you seeing Def Leppard tomorrow?

Mt. Lemmon is a popular tourist location for lodging, shopping, dining, and outdoor activities about an hour away from here. The last time I was up there was in '96 when I saw snow for the first time
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Are you seeing Def Leppard tomorrow?

Mt. Lemmon is a popular tourist location for lodging, shopping, dining, and outdoor activities about an hour away from here. The last time I was up there was in '96 when I saw snow for the first time
and look! they're calling for rain tomorrow evening! and the concert's outdoors! the duran duran concert in nashville was outdoors too but the stage and seating were covered. however, where i'm seeing def leppard is completely open!

that was the first time you'd seen snow? the first time i saw snow was my first winter in 1983! (okay that's not too fair as i was born in pennsylvania, but still, even after we moved to florida we took trips up north every christmas.)
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and look! they're calling for rain tomorrow evening! and the concert's outdoors! the duran duran concert in nashville was outdoors too but the stage and seating were covered. however, where i'm seeing def leppard is completely open!

that was the first time you'd seen snow? the first time i saw snow was my first winter in 1983! (okay that's not too fair as i was born in pennsylvania, but still, even after we moved to florida we took trips up north every christmas.)
Bring umbrellas

Yep! I've never lived in a city that gets snowfall in the winter. I must've made like 40 snow angels that day to make up for lost time
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Yep! I've never lived in a city that gets snowfall in the winter. I must've made like 40 snow angels that day to make up for lost time
i plan on bringing an umbrella, digital camera, water bottles, and hopefully money for a tee shirt

you should've been here this past december! right before christmastime we got a ton of snow and ice (at least for our city, especially since we aren't allowed to have the special tires). i had to drive my ex to the airport and go to work....scaaaaary!!! at least we had already been told we could come to work in jeans and whatever. i couldn't even go in the back entrance of my apartment (where everyone parked) because they stupidly removed the handlebars in front of everyone's doors on the porch. so i had nothing to grasp onto as i'd walk on the steps. so i'd have to slip and slide along the sidewalk to go in the front entrance because they refused to put out any salt.

making snow angels is so much fun
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I was in the third grade the ONE morning it did snow here. My teacher didn't let us go outside even though practically every class got to go outside. Everyone in my class remained glued to the windows until it was time for lunch/recess, but by then the snow stopped falling and had begun to melt

I'm still bitter to this day
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I was in the third grade the ONE morning it did snow here. My teacher didn't let us go outside even though practically every class got to go outside. Everyone in my class remained glued to the windows until it was time for lunch/recess, but by then the snow stopped falling and had begun to melt

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i don't think it ever snowed as far down south in florida that i lived. maybe it did in the 1800s or something, but it never did when i lived there. had it snowed i wouldn't have known because most of the classrooms i was in, iirc, didn't have windows.

your teacher sounded like a meanie.
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i don't think it ever snowed as far down south in florida that i lived. maybe it did in the 1800s or something, but it never did when i lived there. had it snowed i wouldn't have known because most of the classrooms i was in, iirc, didn't have windows.

your teacher sounded like a meanie.
No windows? Come to think of it, most of the classrooms of the schools I went to in California didn't have windows either

Yeah, she was my least favorite teacher in elementary school. It really sucked hearing everyone gush about how cool the snow was the day after at lunchtime
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Oh, did you get the Michael Hutchence album? I can't remember if I started to send it before or after I rebooted my computer.
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No windows? Come to think of it, most of the classrooms of the schools I went to in California didn't have windows either

Yeah, she was my least favorite teacher in elementary school. It really sucked hearing everyone gush about how cool the snow was the day after at lunchtime
the elementary school i went to when we lived in orlando was completely indoors. and the way it was shaped, not every room had windows. i remember my kindergarten and first grade classrooms did. second and third didn't, and i can't remember about fourth grade because i moved in the middle of the year.

when i moved to cape canaveral, the two elementary schools i went to (in florida at least, elementary schools went to the 6th grade, then you went to junior high) were open air schools. so every classroom had a window.

my least favourite teacher in elementary school had to be my first grade teacher. she kinda buddied me up with the deaf kid, who didn't know how to read lips. and i didn't know sign language, so i was like, wtf. and apparently the kid would whine that i'd be making mean gestures and then they'd take away my stickers for the day and shit. i mean geez, at least pair the kid up with someone who has some understanding of sign language! i would've been better off being paired with a kid who only spoke spanish, at least i knew some of that.
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the elementary school i went to when we lived in orlando was completely indoors. and the way it was shaped, not every room had windows. i remember my kindergarten and first grade classrooms did. second and third didn't, and i can't remember about fourth grade because i moved in the middle of the year.

when i moved to cape canaveral, the two elementary schools i went to (in florida at least, elementary schools went to the 6th grade, then you went to junior high) were open air schools. so every classroom had a window.

my least favourite teacher in elementary school had to be my first grade teacher. she kinda buddied me up with the deaf kid, who didn't know how to read lips. and i didn't know sign language, so i was like, wtf. and apparently the kid would whine that i'd be making mean gestures and then they'd take away my stickers for the day and shit. i mean geez, at least pair the kid up with someone who has some understanding of sign language! i would've been better off being paired with a kid who only spoke spanish, at least i knew some of that.
Wow, you've really moved around a lot

That just reminded me of something I hadn't thought about for years. My first grade teacher was a phony! I don't know how she managed to produce fake credentials when we was interviewed for the job. She managed to keep the school board fooled for an entire school year. That bitch was whack! She'd hit our palms with her 12" metal ruler when we misbehaved and would threaten to smack us in the face with it.
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Did I mention she was arrested! Oh man. I've got to find my class picture since her name's on it. I've got to Google her up. (That sounds dirty )
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That just reminded me of something I hadn't thought about for years. My first grade teacher was a phony! I don't know how she managed to produce fake credentials when we was interviewed for the job. She managed to keep the school board fooled for an entire school year. That bitch was whack! She'd hit our palms with her 12" metal ruler when we misbehaved and would threaten to smack us in the face with it.
well, i was born in pittsburgh and we moved to orlando when i was like 18 months old. then we moved to cape canaveral when i was 9, and we moved to memphis when i was 11. i just went to two schools in cape canaveral because a newer one had opened closer to my house and most of my friends were going to that one so i ended up going there instead.

oh man, that reminds me of a preschool (or maybe it was just daycare, i went to the same place for both so it's kind of a blur) teacher i had. she would grab our arms really hard and she had looooong nails so they'd dig into our skin. i think she may have hit us too. i complained to my mom and she got the bitch fired. my mom didn't believe in corporal punishment, especially when in this case it was just outright abuse.
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