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Lupin

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#1 9 years ago

Captain Pyjama Shark;4728099Just an old stove?[/quote]

Yeah. And I'm almost out of firewood too.

[quote=jumjum;4728265] I think I have an odd version of Seasonal Affective Disorder. I get depressed over warm and wet winter weather. I love cold winter weather, whether it's rainy or snowy or bright, it doesn't matter, just so long as it's cold. Seriously, this warm winter weather makes me depressed. Doesn't have anything to do with no sunlight (as far as I can tell), but it's the unseasonably warm winter temperature that just enrages and frustrates me no end.

I like the winter weather sometimes too. My main problem with it though is because I have some sort of "condition" with my fingers and when it's cold out, they hurt pretty bad and I can barely move them. Makes typing a real pain.




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#2 9 years ago

I look outside this morning and there is like 4 inches of snow on the ground.

The part that sucks is my school didn't cancel.




A_tree

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#3 9 years ago
Commie;4726743And meanwhile, it's toasty-warm here at a nice 22 Celsius. Ahhhh.

Thats it, Im moving to Australia.




Acualy Is Confusingkid

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#4 9 years ago
Moose12;4726832ANybody want this on for size? -17°F, without windchill tonight. That is a balmy -26°C without windchill :).

Two days ago, here in CO, temps were -19f without windchill and -30+ with. Coldest weather I have ever felt. And, I got stuck standing out in it for 40 minutes while I waited for a bus, that was 30 minutes late...

Fun stuff!




Lainer

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#5 9 years ago

Sire_Apple;4728563I look outside this morning and there is like 4 inches of snow on the ground.

The part that sucks is my school didn't cancel.

Well now we are getting it...With only 45 minutes left before the boat leaves and no call from my boss I guess work is canceled! :(/:)

Enjoy School!




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#6 9 years ago

I really wished it snowed more in England. My experiences with snow have been so fun. Sledding and snowball fights and all... Also, it'sa my birthday!




jumjum

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#7 9 years ago
Confusingkid;4728595Two days ago, here in CO, temps were -19f without windchill and -30+ with. Coldest weather I have ever felt. And, I got stuck standing out in it for 40 minutes while I waited for a bus, that was 30 minutes late...

That is indeed cold. Maybe it's just me, but the idea of having schoolkids waiting outside for a bus in -19°F and -30° windchill seems insane. People have died in far less frigid weather. Wth does it take to cancel school there?




Huffardo

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#8 9 years ago

-28° C is indeed very cold, but as long as the bus is reasonably on schedule it doesn't kill anyone, not even a small kid, obviously assuming they didn't dress for a summer day and didn't take a shower before leaving the warmth of their home, so canceling school would be quite overkill.

Getting wet in that weather is seriously dangerous though, I haven't been really cold to the bones sort of cold since I spent two hours lying still on the ground in -15° C with soaking wet combat boots, that's probably the only time I have been seriously worried about loosing limbs, and that's at a temperature that normally would be perfectly comfortable.




Moose12

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#9 9 years ago
jumjum;4728627That is indeed cold. Maybe it's just me, but the idea of having schoolkids waiting outside for a bus in -19°F and -30° windchill seems insane. People have died in far less frigid weather. Wth does it take to cancel school there?

Here in WI and MN, the temperature has to be -35°F without windchill to be cancelled, I shit you not.




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#10 9 years ago
jumjum;4728627That is indeed cold. Maybe it's just me, but the idea of having schoolkids waiting outside for a bus in -19°F and -30° windchill seems insane. People have died in far less frigid weather. Wth does it take to cancel school there?

Last time school was canceled, its because there was 3 ft of snow on the ground, and transportation was basically impossible. School has never been canceled based on temperature alone. We only had about 6" of snow at the time, so it wasn't enough for school to be shut down.

Also, only 9/x hundred buses in our district were running (school buses). Luckily, I take public transportation, so I was lucky to have a bus at all.