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Old 11-25-2002, 10:54 AM   #1
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Off Topic: Need some snow pics...

OK, it is getting on towards Thanksgiving, I know some of ya'll have had some snow. How about letting those of us that don't get to see it, live vicariously through your cameras. I'm sending out a request for snow covered landscapes, snowmen, ice sculptures, kids (and adults) involved in snowball fights, sledding...etc...Show me your winter wonderlands!
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How do you plan on enforcing the SNOW IS EVIL stance with these photos? HAHA

BTW, I would love to give ya photos but its usually Jan before any decent snow hits us where I am at.
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How do you plan on enforcing the SNOW IS EVIL stance with these photos? HAHA
I won't let the kiddies see them,....well, I probably will. When the youngest is a bit older and not quite so fearless, we do plan on taking them to see snow, but it will probably be a couple of years.
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I got a snow pic, complete with temps in the 20's. I'll post it when I get home tonite.

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i wont get a good snow for about a month. but, just to let you know. ive seen snow every winter for all my life. and I HATE IT. its cold. you can go stand in a walk in freezer , its about as much fun.
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I agree with Micheal, snow is no fun. And it's really no fun to drive in. Snow is SOOOO over-rated!
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See Aaron, I told you it was evil...

OK folks, we have determined that snow sucks, course as a kid, I remember snowball fights, making snowmen and sledding as being very fun, but for the sake of argument it sucks. But...it is still very pretty and photogenic, so rather than gripe about it, how about let's post some pics of it
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Snow only sucks if you have to live in it as an adult.

I remember fondly, shoveling sidewalks to make extra spending money, snow fortresses made by the neighbor kid and I, hosing down flat areas to make our own homemade skating rinks...Chicago suburbs in the winter are remembered with joy.

In Louisiana, it is funny how people get when there is just a miniscule chance we will have snowflakes in the forecast. They get all prepared like it will be a natural disaster, then after the larders a filled, all start acting like little kids, watching for the first flakes.
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How incredibly beautiful!
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