Wednesday, November 29, 2006

That's kinda cold...

Ok, so LA had too much of a summer and too little fall, but this is a bit much* (relax, that's Centigrade. That's about 50 Fahrenheit. Yes, I'm stuck in the metric system). Could we have real snow here this season? Maybe?


(I somehow doubt that... We're talking about LA, right? Not much here is real, and that's part of the beauty of it)

Have a good (freezing) day!

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* This, by the way, is where Dorothy will start making fun of me, and rightfully so. But hey, I grew up in the country were you have two seasons - spring and summer, what do you want?
Hang on, wasn't there this winter when we had so much "soft hail" they actually closed school? Was it like, 1993? Tamar? Meirav?

OK, my brain is officially frozen, I need to go find a cat...

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At 8:21 PM, November 29, 2006, Anonymous Tamar said...

Heehee, over here in New York we are having a "Tel Aviv winter" and everyone is complaining - I can't believe it! Funny northeasterners. And hey, I'm with you on the metric system - I mean, 5/8 inch? NO WAY.

I can't remember about the soft hail though! I think my brain is fried...

 
At 8:35 PM, November 29, 2006, Blogger Dorothy said...

Uh, I'm not too good at centigrade, but what's that yellow blob thingy? It looks vaguely familiar. Did I mention that I actually slid home from work today??? Am I making fun of you - oh yeah, absolutely!
dswaite@mac.com

 
At 12:02 AM, November 30, 2006, Blogger Moze said...

What about that huge snowstorm in '91? True, I'm in the mountains, but we were snowed in so badly the army couldn't get to us, even with nagmashim, and had to lower groceries down to families from a helicopter.

 

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