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HRM Resident
2017-12-27 16:37:39 UTC
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This is kind of Xmas related, but applies to all winter. Am I the
only person who gets frustrated at people who stand in your doorway on
the way out and talk for 2-3 minutes with the door wide open? My house
is heated by electricity and I go to great lengths to not waste it.

Every second person seems to feel that a long, tearful goodbye
(you'll be seeing them in a week or so again anyhow) wants to stand in
the doorway and tell you one last story about their grandchild or their
silly dog!

My point: Close the door and stay inside until you wind down, or
if you are too hot with your coat and boots on, tell me. I'll get
dressed in my winter clothes and we can stand on the doorstep in the
cold and talk. I really don't see the point of holding someone else's
door wide open when it's -10 C to -20 C.

Maybe it's a 21st century thing . . . :-)
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l***@fl.it
2017-12-28 13:56:04 UTC
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This is kind of Xmas related, but applies to all winter. Am I the
only person who gets frustrated at people who stand in your doorway on
the way out and talk for 2-3 minutes with the door wide open? My house
is heated by electricity and I go to great lengths to not waste it.
Every second person seems to feel that a long, tearful goodbye
(you'll be seeing them in a week or so again anyhow) wants to stand in
the doorway and tell you one last story about their grandchild or their
silly dog!
Sheesh HRM - are you turning into a cranky old man???
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My point: Close the door and stay inside until you wind down, or
if you are too hot with your coat and boots on, tell me. I'll get
dressed in my winter clothes and we can stand on the doorstep in the
cold and talk. I really don't see the point of holding someone else's
door wide open when it's -10 C to -20 C.
Maybe it's a 21st century thing . . . :-)
You keep on about doors and I'll do flying plastic, how's that? :-Þ
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2017-12-28 16:26:58 UTC
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On Wed, 27 Dec 2017 12:37:39 -0400, HRM Resident
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This is kind of Xmas related, but applies to all winter. Am I the
only person who gets frustrated at people who stand in your doorway on
the way out and talk for 2-3 minutes with the door wide open? My house
is heated by electricity and I go to great lengths to not waste it.
Every second person seems to feel that a long, tearful goodbye
(you'll be seeing them in a week or so again anyhow) wants to stand in
the doorway and tell you one last story about their grandchild or their
silly dog!
Sheesh HRM - are you turning into a cranky old man???
Turning into one?? I left "cranky old man" in the rear-view mirror
some years ago! :-) I've advanced to a "not fit to be in the same
community with old man!" :-)
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My point: Close the door and stay inside until you wind down, or
if you are too hot with your coat and boots on, tell me. I'll get
dressed in my winter clothes and we can stand on the doorstep in the
cold and talk. I really don't see the point of holding someone else's
door wide open when it's -10 C to -20 C.
Maybe it's a 21st century thing . . . :-)
You keep on about doors and I'll do flying plastic, how's that? :-Þ
Well, I suppose I could have solved the problem by saying something
polite like "We were without power for 22 hours, and we just got it
back. Can you please close the door because it's 15 C in here and -8 C
outside." I didn't because I was talking to a middle aged person who
apparently has no common sense. :-)

Instead I smiled like I always do and whined on here! And I found
sympathy just where I expected . . . in the dictionary between shit and
syphilis! :-)

Good luck with the plastic bags . . . we all have our philosophical
cross to bear . . . with apologies to the atheists who probably don't
like that expression! :-)
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l***@fl.it
2017-12-28 16:44:18 UTC
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On Wed, 27 Dec 2017 12:37:39 -0400, HRM Resident
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This is kind of Xmas related, but applies to all winter. Am I the
only person who gets frustrated at people who stand in your doorway on
the way out and talk for 2-3 minutes with the door wide open? My house
is heated by electricity and I go to great lengths to not waste it.
Every second person seems to feel that a long, tearful goodbye
(you'll be seeing them in a week or so again anyhow) wants to stand in
the doorway and tell you one last story about their grandchild or their
silly dog!
Sheesh HRM - are you turning into a cranky old man???
Turning into one?? I left "cranky old man" in the rear-view mirror
some years ago! :-) I've advanced to a "not fit to be in the same
community with old man!" :-)
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My point: Close the door and stay inside until you wind down, or
if you are too hot with your coat and boots on, tell me. I'll get
dressed in my winter clothes and we can stand on the doorstep in the
cold and talk. I really don't see the point of holding someone else's
door wide open when it's -10 C to -20 C.
Maybe it's a 21st century thing . . . :-)
You keep on about doors and I'll do flying plastic, how's that? :-Þ
Well, I suppose I could have solved the problem by saying something
polite like "We were without power for 22 hours, and we just got it
back. Can you please close the door because it's 15 C in here and -8 C
outside." I didn't because I was talking to a middle aged person who
apparently has no common sense. :-)
Instead I smiled like I always do and whined on here! And I found
sympathy just where I expected . . . in the dictionary between shit and
syphilis! :-)
Good luck with the plastic bags . . . we all have our philosophical
cross to bear . . . with apologies to the atheists who probably don't
like that expression! :-)
Hey I'm in town but I had a power outage too - just not quite as long
as you. Fortunately my daughter cooked at midday then by the time I
got back here was just in time to grab the balcony screen before it
sailed away and then bang, no power. I decided to call it quits,
went to bed with a glass of wine, a book and an LED lamp. Went to
sleep and have no idea what time the power came back.
jvangurp
2017-12-28 20:15:14 UTC
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This is kind of Xmas related, but applies to all winter. Am I the
only person who gets frustrated at people who stand in your doorway on
the way out and talk for 2-3 minutes with the door wide open? My house
is heated by electricity and I go to great lengths to not waste it.
Every second person seems to feel that a long, tearful goodbye
(you'll be seeing them in a week or so again anyhow) wants to stand in
the doorway and tell you one last story about their grandchild or their
silly dog!
My point: Close the door and stay inside until you wind down, or
if you are too hot with your coat and boots on, tell me. I'll get
dressed in my winter clothes and we can stand on the doorstep in the
cold and talk. I really don't see the point of holding someone else's
door wide open when it's -10 C to -20 C.
Maybe it's a 21st century thing . . . :-)
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10-4 I'm with you on this.
HRM Resident
2017-12-29 14:55:25 UTC
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This is kind of Xmas related, but applies to all winter. Am I the
only person who gets frustrated at people who stand in your doorway on
the way out and talk for 2-3 minutes with the door wide open? My house
is heated by electricity and I go to great lengths to not waste it.
Every second person seems to feel that a long, tearful goodbye
(you'll be seeing them in a week or so again anyhow) wants to stand in
the doorway and tell you one last story about their grandchild or their
silly dog!
My point: Close the door and stay inside until you wind down, or
if you are too hot with your coat and boots on, tell me. I'll get
dressed in my winter clothes and we can stand on the doorstep in the
cold and talk. I really don't see the point of holding someone else's
door wide open when it's -10 C to -20 C.
Maybe it's a 21st century thing . . . :-)
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10-4 I'm with you on this.
Now that the power is back on and the house is back to normal, I
*think* I'm a bit more tolerant! Still damn cold outside. Looks like a
long stretch of it. Winter . . .
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l***@fl.it
2017-12-29 15:02:49 UTC
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This is kind of Xmas related, but applies to all winter. Am I the
only person who gets frustrated at people who stand in your doorway on
the way out and talk for 2-3 minutes with the door wide open? My house
is heated by electricity and I go to great lengths to not waste it.
Every second person seems to feel that a long, tearful goodbye
(you'll be seeing them in a week or so again anyhow) wants to stand in
the doorway and tell you one last story about their grandchild or their
silly dog!
My point: Close the door and stay inside until you wind down, or
if you are too hot with your coat and boots on, tell me. I'll get
dressed in my winter clothes and we can stand on the doorstep in the
cold and talk. I really don't see the point of holding someone else's
door wide open when it's -10 C to -20 C.
Maybe it's a 21st century thing . . . :-)
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10-4 I'm with you on this.
Now that the power is back on and the house is back to normal, I
*think* I'm a bit more tolerant! Still damn cold outside. Looks like a
long stretch of it. Winter . . .
I hear its warm in places like Syria, we could immigrate ?
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2017-12-29 15:40:41 UTC
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Now that the power is back on and the house is back to normal, I
*think* I'm a bit more tolerant! Still damn cold outside. Looks like a
long stretch of it. Winter . . .
I hear its warm in places like Syria, we could immigrate ?
I've always liked Burma. They seem like a friendly lot and I've
never been there!
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2017-12-29 17:56:52 UTC
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Now that the power is back on and the house is back to normal, I
*think* I'm a bit more tolerant! Still damn cold outside. Looks like a
long stretch of it. Winter . . .
I hear its warm in places like Syria, we could immigrate ?
I've always liked Burma. They seem like a friendly lot and I've
never been there!
Well so long as you're not Muslim and don't grab Aung San Suu Kyi by
the you-know-what ! One of my cousins, a mining engineer, spent a lot
of time in the 90s up jungle rivers there checking things out, he
loved the country and I don't recall him saying it snowed at all :)
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2017-12-29 18:55:09 UTC
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Now that the power is back on and the house is back to normal, I
*think* I'm a bit more tolerant! Still damn cold outside. Looks like a
long stretch of it. Winter . . .
I hear its warm in places like Syria, we could immigrate ?
I've always liked Burma. They seem like a friendly lot and I've
never been there!
Well so long as you're not Muslim and don't grab Aung San Suu Kyi by
the you-know-what ! One of my cousins, a mining engineer, spent a lot
of time in the 90s up jungle rivers there checking things out, he
loved the country and I don't recall him saying it snowed at all :)
I always followed Aung San Suu Kyi's ordeal for the past 30+ years
and I had a ton of respect for her . . . until she finally got in power
and now, according to what I read, she's flirting with genocide. I
thought she was above that.

If she has a meeting with the orange haired orang-outang in
Washington, you think he'll grab her by the "you-know-what?"

He's a real catch, you know. He has such great respect for women:
"I better use some Tic Tacs just in case I start kissing her. You know
I'm automatically attracted to beautiful—I just start kissing them. It's
like a magnet. Just kiss. I don't even wait. And when you're a star,
they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab 'em by the pussy. You can
do anything."

Maybe I don't understand the politics of the Far East . . . or in
the US.
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l***@fl.it
2017-12-29 21:49:43 UTC
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Now that the power is back on and the house is back to normal, I
*think* I'm a bit more tolerant! Still damn cold outside. Looks like a
long stretch of it. Winter . . .
I hear its warm in places like Syria, we could immigrate ?
I've always liked Burma. They seem like a friendly lot and I've
never been there!
Well so long as you're not Muslim and don't grab Aung San Suu Kyi by
the you-know-what ! One of my cousins, a mining engineer, spent a lot
of time in the 90s up jungle rivers there checking things out, he
loved the country and I don't recall him saying it snowed at all :)
I always followed Aung San Suu Kyi's ordeal for the past 30+ years
and I had a ton of respect for her . . . until she finally got in power
and now, according to what I read, she's flirting with genocide. I
thought she was above that.
So did I and I agree they should now strip her of her Nobel Peace
Prize.
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If she has a meeting with the orange haired orang-outang in
Washington, you think he'll grab her by the "you-know-what?"
No, because he has said he likes them younger than 30 and before they
stretch themselves having kids.
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"I better use some Tic Tacs just in case I start kissing her. You know
I'm automatically attracted to beautiful—I just start kissing them. It's
like a magnet. Just kiss. I don't even wait. And when you're a star,
they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab 'em by the pussy. You can
do anything."
Maybe I don't understand the politics of the Far East . . . or in
the US.
If I didn't fear him with regard to Rocket Man, I would find him
funny. How come some Yank with a gun has not put an end to him? Would
have been the only time I would have felt their gun policy paid off.
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2017-12-30 14:09:07 UTC
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Now that the power is back on and the house is back to normal, I
*think* I'm a bit more tolerant! Still damn cold outside. Looks like a
long stretch of it. Winter . . .
I hear its warm in places like Syria, we could immigrate ?
I've always liked Burma. They seem like a friendly lot and I've
never been there!
Well so long as you're not Muslim and don't grab Aung San Suu Kyi by
the you-know-what ! One of my cousins, a mining engineer, spent a lot
of time in the 90s up jungle rivers there checking things out, he
loved the country and I don't recall him saying it snowed at all :)
I always followed Aung San Suu Kyi's ordeal for the past 30+ years
and I had a ton of respect for her . . . until she finally got in power
and now, according to what I read, she's flirting with genocide. I
thought she was above that.
So did I and I agree they should now strip her of her Nobel Peace
Prize.
Agreed. She came across as a Mother Teresa clone until she got in
power. I'm quite disappointed in her actions so far.
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If she has a meeting with the orange haired orang-outang in
Washington, you think he'll grab her by the "you-know-what?"
No, because he has said he likes them younger than 30 and before they
stretch themselves having kids.
Ah. Well, I guess she's safe. Besides, she's not a WASP.
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"I better use some Tic Tacs just in case I start kissing her. You know
I'm automatically attracted to beautiful—I just start kissing them. It's
like a magnet. Just kiss. I don't even wait. And when you're a star,
they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab 'em by the pussy. You can
do anything."
Maybe I don't understand the politics of the Far East . . . or in
the US.
If I didn't fear him with regard to Rocket Man, I would find him
funny. How come some Yank with a gun has not put an end to him? Would
have been the only time I would have felt their gun policy paid off.
I disagree. While I have more respect for a piece of dog shit
stuck on the bottom of my shoe than I do for the fool in Washington, I
don't even think of anyone trying to do violent harm to him.

They have article 25, which allows them to remove a crazy person
from office. He is, in my opinion, crazy. If that fails, they have
impeachment if they can find evidence of criminal wrongdoing and enough
in the house and senate with the guts to do the right thing. Third,
they have 2018 to dog lock congress with Democrats so he can't do
anything. Finally they have 2020. I'm reading JFK's great nephew is a
millennial with the money and ambition to beat him soundly in an
election. Been showing up at too many fundrasers and rallies to not be
serious. Even Joe Biden is polling 2:1 better than the sitting fool,
and there's some speculation he might make a run at it in 2020 for the
Democrats.

Don't fear the fool. He's all bluster and talk. What has he done
to or about "Rocket Man" except play with his phone at 4 AM? Yes, he
could order a nuclear launch, but he's not going to . . . because he's
all talk. And, to quote our dear old friend Rick Walker, "That's just
fine with me." :-)
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Now that the power is back on and the house is back to normal, I
*think* I'm a bit more tolerant! Still damn cold outside. Looks like a
long stretch of it. Winter . . .
I hear its warm in places like Syria, we could immigrate ?
I've always liked Burma. They seem like a friendly lot and I've
never been there!
Well so long as you're not Muslim and don't grab Aung San Suu Kyi by
the you-know-what ! One of my cousins, a mining engineer, spent a lot
of time in the 90s up jungle rivers there checking things out, he
loved the country and I don't recall him saying it snowed at all :)
I always followed Aung San Suu Kyi's ordeal for the past 30+ years
and I had a ton of respect for her . . . until she finally got in power
and now, according to what I read, she's flirting with genocide. I
thought she was above that.
So did I and I agree they should now strip her of her Nobel Peace
Prize.
Agreed. She came across as a Mother Teresa clone until she got in
power. I'm quite disappointed in her actions so far.
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If she has a meeting with the orange haired orang-outang in
Washington, you think he'll grab her by the "you-know-what?"
No, because he has said he likes them younger than 30 and before they
stretch themselves having kids.
Ah. Well, I guess she's safe. Besides, she's not a WASP.
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"I better use some Tic Tacs just in case I start kissing her. You know
I'm automatically attracted to beautiful—I just start kissing them. It's
like a magnet. Just kiss. I don't even wait. And when you're a star,
they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab 'em by the pussy. You can
do anything."
Maybe I don't understand the politics of the Far East . . . or in
the US.
If I didn't fear him with regard to Rocket Man, I would find him
funny. How come some Yank with a gun has not put an end to him? Would
have been the only time I would have felt their gun policy paid off.
I disagree. While I have more respect for a piece of dog shit
stuck on the bottom of my shoe than I do for the fool in Washington, I
don't even think of anyone trying to do violent harm to him.
They have article 25, which allows them to remove a crazy person
from office. He is, in my opinion, crazy. If that fails, they have
impeachment if they can find evidence of criminal wrongdoing and enough
in the house and senate with the guts to do the right thing. Third,
they have 2018 to dog lock congress with Democrats so he can't do
anything. Finally they have 2020. I'm reading JFK's great nephew is a
millennial with the money and ambition to beat him soundly in an
election. Been showing up at too many fundrasers and rallies to not be
serious. Even Joe Biden is polling 2:1 better than the sitting fool,
and there's some speculation he might make a run at it in 2020 for the
Democrats.
Don't fear the fool. He's all bluster and talk. What has he done
to or about "Rocket Man" except play with his phone at 4 AM? Yes, he
could order a nuclear launch, but he's not going to . . . because he's
all talk. And, to quote our dear old friend Rick Walker, "That's just
fine with me." :-)
No, I was meaning I don't think it's smart to poke the bear all the
time - rocket man might decide to bomb the US then woe for us too.
It's interesting that rocket man and trump are really alike, both over
weight, both ugly and both with funny hair. Trouble is, either can
throw a tantrum with disastrous results.
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2017-12-31 15:37:25 UTC
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No, I was meaning I don't think it's smart to poke the bear all the
time - rocket man might decide to bomb the US then woe for us too.
It's interesting that rocket man and trump are really alike, both over
weight, both ugly and both with funny hair. Trouble is, either can
throw a tantrum with disastrous results.
No, I was meaning I don't think it's smart to
^^^^^

You might be on to something. Recall we were told:

"I don’t have to be told – you know, I’m, like, a smart person. I don’t
have to be told the same thing and the same words every single day for
the next eight years. It could be eight years – but eight years. I don’t
need that."

I suppose being "like a smart person" might mean you are smart . .
. or it might mean you talk like a 13-year old girl who wears pyjama
bottoms to school. Hard to tell the difference.

I never thought I'd long for the days of the "I'm the decider" GWB,
but right now even he's looking quite good! :-)
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This is kind of Xmas related, but applies to all winter. Am I the
only person who gets frustrated at people who stand in your doorway on
the way out and talk for 2-3 minutes with the door wide open? My house
is heated by electricity and I go to great lengths to not waste it.
Every second person seems to feel that a long, tearful goodbye
(you'll be seeing them in a week or so again anyhow) wants to stand in
the doorway and tell you one last story about their grandchild or their
silly dog!
My point: Close the door and stay inside until you wind down, or
if you are too hot with your coat and boots on, tell me. I'll get
dressed in my winter clothes and we can stand on the doorstep in the
cold and talk. I really don't see the point of holding someone else's
door wide open when it's -10 C to -20 C.
Maybe it's a 21st century thing . . . :-)
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10-4 I'm with you on this.
Now that the power is back on and the house is back to normal, I
*think* I'm a bit more tolerant! Still damn cold outside. Looks like a
long stretch of it. Winter . . .
I hear its warm in places like Syria, we could immigrate ?
Hmmmm . . . I just crawled up a 48-foot steel tower and fixed a
weather station sensor array . . . F***, it's cold! Cold steel is, well
. . . damn cold.

It was the only window in the weather I could see in the next week.
-7 C with light wind is better than minus double digits and strong
winds. With the latter, you just don't do it. Makes me appreciate
those linesmen who are up in bucket trucks fixing things in storms, etc.

It was askew since that blast of 82 kph took everything out on Xmas
day at 3:29 PM! Now Earth is rotating in he right direction again and
I'm thawing out.
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2017-12-29 21:50:46 UTC
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This is kind of Xmas related, but applies to all winter. Am I the
only person who gets frustrated at people who stand in your doorway on
the way out and talk for 2-3 minutes with the door wide open? My house
is heated by electricity and I go to great lengths to not waste it.
Every second person seems to feel that a long, tearful goodbye
(you'll be seeing them in a week or so again anyhow) wants to stand in
the doorway and tell you one last story about their grandchild or their
silly dog!
My point: Close the door and stay inside until you wind down, or
if you are too hot with your coat and boots on, tell me. I'll get
dressed in my winter clothes and we can stand on the doorstep in the
cold and talk. I really don't see the point of holding someone else's
door wide open when it's -10 C to -20 C.
Maybe it's a 21st century thing . . . :-)
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10-4 I'm with you on this.
Now that the power is back on and the house is back to normal, I
*think* I'm a bit more tolerant! Still damn cold outside. Looks like a
long stretch of it. Winter . . .
I hear its warm in places like Syria, we could immigrate ?
Hmmmm . . . I just crawled up a 48-foot steel tower and fixed a
weather station sensor array . . . F***, it's cold! Cold steel is, well
. . . damn cold.
Hope you didn't try sticking your tongue on it :)
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It was the only window in the weather I could see in the next week.
-7 C with light wind is better than minus double digits and strong
winds. With the latter, you just don't do it. Makes me appreciate
those linesmen who are up in bucket trucks fixing things in storms, etc.
It was askew since that blast of 82 kph took everything out on Xmas
day at 3:29 PM! Now Earth is rotating in he right direction again and
I'm thawing out.
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