Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by Twisted_Metal, Jan 29, 2019.
We have a cold emergency here...supposed to get down into the 40's.
First, I will be up there in May.
Winter is "officially" in NY from the beginning of December until the end of March. Do the heaters have to be on? Yup. Kinda like the A/C being on from April until November here in Florida.
You sure you live in NY? I guarantee no one will agree with the description you've given. Though you're totally correct with the taxes. They blow. We sold our house in 2012. I checked about a week ago and our taxes had gone up 77%.
I know where you grew up in your home country. If you did in the northern part of the country, you wouldn't complain one bit about NY.
Rockledge is nice . My best friend lives in Rockledge on Rockledge drive .
She's so cold. She was born in an arctic zone
She's so cold I dare not touch her my hand just froze
Had a blizzard yesterday,yayy we had over 2' of snow . Snow day #2,Buffalo is closed!!!
Times like this are when we test the batteries in vehicles. Many of them will fail and it is time to buy new ones. Then, if it gets cold like this again next week, things will go better.
Just be thankful that this tiny cool spell isn't going to be long or cold like the one in December of 1983.
BTW - it's only -1 in Auburn as I type this.
Why not sell your business and leave NY?
It was pretty cool during the Christmas of 1990 when I was visiting friends in Williston, ND. That was the first time I had experienced cold like that.
Read about some of the real cold spells this country has had in the past, and this week seems like a tropical vacation in comparison.
-15 here this morning. For extra fun, there was an explosion at one of Consumers Energy's main natural gas distribution centers yesterday, and they and the Governor want us to turn down our thermostats, or natural gas supplies may be interrupted.
"The head of Consumers, on the coldest day of the year, urged its 1.8 million customers Wednesday night to use less gas to heat their homes following the fire at one of the utility's "most significant facilities," which accounts for 64 percent of its supply."
"The fire, she said, has affected Consumers' ability to deliver natural gas to customers statewide."