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Old 12-03-2007, 08:08 PM   #676
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That's called planning ahead, not being a bad influence. Technically, she's looking out for you.
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Oh. you read that then.



Although!! being a DD means I'm trying to keep you on the straight and narrow. See, not a bad influence at all. If anything I'm willing to further damage my liver in order to keep you dry
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Old 12-03-2007, 08:11 PM   #678
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If anything I'm willing to further damage my liver in order to keep you dry
CoNJ Martyr.

You should put one of those little Catholic dashboard thingys of a snowbunny on your dashboard, pfan. Then tell people why it's there.
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I have no idea what dashboard type thing you are referring to.
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Old 12-03-2007, 08:27 PM   #680
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I have no idea what dashboard type thing you are referring to.

It's literally like watching someone do the two steps forward one step back thing with you.


Ask around and get one. All the cool drivers have a dashboard snowbunny.
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Old 12-03-2007, 08:44 PM   #681
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Those little plastic madonnas that stick to the dashboard - you don't know them?
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Holy crap, our storm in the northwest was the lead story on the nightly news tonight! Wild.

We're, like, famous!
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Old 12-03-2007, 09:07 PM   #683
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edit: oh wait I thought u said northeast. lol
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Pshaw, come on ... a storm in the northeast always gets the lead story - we hardly ever get noticed out here on the upper left coast! We have rain and flooding and mudslides and hurricane-force wind; you have all the snow.

Although the first storm that came through this weekend brought lots of snow. Even my neighborhood, which is close to the water and doesn't see much snow, saw quite a bit of it.

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That's true.. come to think of it. We northeasterners do get covered a lot.

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I have a friend in New York who works for CBS, and whenever I bitch about getting everything tape-delayed on the west coast, or how basically everything happens around the east coast, she says "Well, there's just so many more people out here."

Like we're freaking chopped liver! Hello, like there's no one living in California?

But hey - at least we get to watch the Oscars live and go to bed at a decent hour afterwards!
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That's true.

Man, I really wanna visit Seattle one of these days (or months or years ) Is there any area in Seattle where the grunge fanatics go to reminisce the early 90s?
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Pshaw, come on ... a storm in the northeast always gets the lead story - we hardly ever get noticed out here on the upper left coast! We have rain and flooding and mudslides and hurricane-force wind; you have all the snow.

Although the first storm that came through this weekend brought lots of snow. Even my neighborhood, which is close to the water and doesn't see much snow, saw quite a bit of it.

So did we. Thankfully it's all melted now, and it's pouring. However that means flooding, which isn't so great.
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That's true.

Man, I really wanna visit Seattle one of these days (or months or years ) Is there any area in Seattle where the grunge fanatics go to reminisce the early 90s?
As far as I know, the grunge fanatics have all become corporate whores.

I dunno ... I'm sure they take a trip to Aberdeen (Kurt Cobain's hometown - there's really no reason to go there unless you're just passing through to get to Ocean Shores), seek out the home where Cobain popped his clogs, go to the fountain at the Seattle Center where all the weepy flannel-wearers had a big vigil and Courtney Love called him an asshole while reading his suicide note or whatever.

I think a lot of the grunge landmarks (i.e., pre-Nevermind) that used to be clubs have become other businesses now, if they're still around.

I'm glad grunge is gone.
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Thora, I forgot about north of the border! They haven't mentioned it on the news, but I suppose they have enough flooding horror stories to cover.

A road in my neighborhood that winds down to a great beach is now closed until spring because part of it completely slid down the hill, taking a car with it (the guy's okay).

Craziness.
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