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Topic: cold roast (12 msgs / 604 lines)
1) From: Les
I just checked it is 8 degrees warmer at Brett's house in Iowa than
here in Roseburg!  I am going to do some roasting in the snow tonight!
 Yippee!  We don't get much snow here.
Les

2) From: Brett Mason
The West Coast and Colorado have stolen all the snow!  My wife is convinced
that Moses is parting the clouds - it is still a dry winter - although there
was some rain this evening.  We could get snow this Sunday... or not....  My
kids are NOT HAPPY about this situation.
As Michael Banks said regarding the tuppence, "GIVE IT BACK" which of course
caused the run on the bank, loss of job for Mr. Banks, and dire need for
Mary Poppins...
Brett
On 1/11/07, Les  wrote:
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3) From: Bob
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Brett,
Please feel free to come and take some. I've got several feet on my =
front yard you can have. 
or you can buy it on eBayhttp://cgi.ebay.com/COLORADO-SNOW-FRESH-FROM-THE-CHRISTMAS-STORM-SNOW_W0Q=QitemZ150079557792QQihZ005QQcategoryZ1469QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
Bob ~ digging out in Parker CO

4) From: Brett Mason
I saw that on eBay - sry for your over-abundance!
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5) From: Lynne
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That is SO funny. I heard that someone was selling snow on eBay. PT  
Barnum was right.
Now... what could I sell here in the Boston area....pieces of the  
tunnel that fell apart? (Think that's saved for potential lawsuits)  
Smog? (can't bottle that, I don't think..) Hmm - there's a store here  =
that sells bottled water labeled as "Charles River Water.." (my kids  
WON'T drink it, even though it's just a label!)
Lynne
["Well I love that dirty water
Oh, Boston you're my home (oh yeah)"]
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That is SO funny. I heard that someone was selling snow on eBay. PT
Barnum was right.
Now... what could I sell here in the Boston area....pieces of the
tunnel that fell apart? (Think that's saved for potential lawsuits)
Smog? (can't bottle that, I don't think..) Hmm - there's a store here
that sells bottled water labeled as "Charles River Water.." (my kids
WON'T drink it, even though it's just a label!) 
Lynne
["Well I love that dirty water
Oh, Boston you're my home (oh yeah)"]
On Jan 11, 2007, at 10:09 PM, Bob wrote:
Brett,
 
Please feel free to come and take some. I've got several feet on my
front yard you can have.
 
or you can buy it on eBay
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Bob ~ digging out in Parker CO
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6) From: Bob
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I'm sure that all of us out here are gonna have a ball come spring time. =
Not only will the lawns explode, but the grasslands will be covered in =
wild flowers for the first time in many years. I hope that you guys get =
your share though!  It does makes a great cooling spot to set that hot =
colander full of beans into.
Bob

7) From: Lynne
Lynne... waiting for snow in Boston...
sigh...
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8) From: Chad Hilbert
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Here in Jacksonville, FL....the squirrels and birds think it is spring.  =
Temps tomorrow and this weekend will be in the 80's.  Even for us, that =
is warm in January.
Chad
  ...........I'm sure that all of us out here are gonna have a ball come =
spring time. 

9) From: raymanowen
You want some of this Scheisse? Where? -ro

10) From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
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High today 93
low 87
Relative humidity 95%
 
Gotta love it missing all of winter leave at the end of summer return at
the end of spring/start of summer...
 
 
 
V/R, 
FC1(SW) Dennis W. True 
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11) From: Sherry Hausner
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MessageIt was (-12) when I got up this morning. And we got about 5-6 =
inches of snow yesterday. Burrrrr!!
We had a mild earthquake (3.5) on Tuesday also!
I have a really hard time roasting in my unheated garage when it is this =
cold. UPS is supposed to be bringing a box from Sweet Marias today =
too!!! And thanks again to Don Harris for the gift certificate - I had a =
hard time choosing! :)
Sherry (loving Wyoming - maybe!)

12) From: Larry English
  Pardon the personal story, but I can't resist. After we moved to
California (Santa Clara County) from St. Louis, in autumn of 1972, at
Christmas my son kept asking when it would snow.  "It never snows here, it's
too warm," we kept telling him.  "No, it always snows at Christmas," David
kept telling us.  Well, we got a cold snap and on Christmas day, it snowed -
just a dusting, but David was very happy.
  And it hasn't snowed here since.
Larry
On 1/11/07, Brett Mason  wrote:
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