We woke up this morning to the annual Seattle blizzard. This year, we clocked in at around 1/8th of an inch. In fact, I was actually able to remove it from the walkway and driveway with a broom.

I can’t wait to see the local news on total overdrive tonight.


    BA (January 23, 2005 @ 3:00 pm)

    got about 25 inches in warwick RI

    Sean (January 23, 2005 @ 6:03 pm)

    Ha. You’re the first on Google when searching for Blizzard 2005. 30 inches here in MA. Our Volkswagen Bug and Subaru Legacy were completely buried in a snow drift; couldn’t even see them. I had to snowblow twice since the snow was higher than the auger. ;)

    Dave (January 24, 2005 @ 8:16 am)

    Got about 14 inches of TOXIC MOLD today in Barefoot Bay Florida. It has been about 2 feet a day its getting less each day now that the illegal aliens (whom FEMA hires to bulldoze everybody’s mold-museum houses over and scoop them into huge trucks without burning the toxic mold first or killing it with fungicide) have most of the thousands of houses carted away. The days that the wetbacks are tearing houses down, the spores are so thick in the air that I put a mold test kit petrie dish on my car in the driveway for about 10 seconds, long enough to pour in the agar goop and get the lid on to let it harden, I forgot about it and the next day I looked at it and the whole thing looked like something out of a science fiction movie. I couldn’t even send it to the lab because I would probably be arrested for sending that through the mail. Every color of the rainbow and fuzz and knobs and little trees and who knows what. Nobody I have seen here is healthy. They breathe like they have emphysema and they all think they have colds because they no nothing at all about the hideous toxic molds that are killing us all. No wonder they can’t figure out a ballot.

    Dave (January 24, 2005 @ 8:19 am)

    I said they no nothing. HAHAHAHAH. It’s the mold I’m tellin ya.

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