Meet the oblivious… at least she’s happy.
if i saw anyone outside like that, it would be obvious they either came from the farthest-north part of canada, or siberia. winters in Minnesota are killer +(
Bud, people will stare.
Darn right they will. They’ll also think it’s odd that you’re dressed that way in October.
(This is a particular place on Lake Calhoun, isn’t it? Google’s views are obscured by trees, but Minneapolis residents should recognize it.)
It really that bad in Minnesota? <—–is from New Hampshire. If so I might to move, I -LIVE- for cold weather. Haven't turned the heat on since I moved outta my parents. Damn near infamous for it. Summer on the other hand, tends to kill me. Anything over 50 is too hot
I would say then you shouldn’t move to the midwest, we have cold winters but summers can be just as brutal.
*sigh* I miss snow. Used to live in Calgary. Now I live in Texas. Blah.
I’m so sorry. Snow to lifelong Texans is second only to the Apocalypse. An inch of snow closes schools and causes mass panic.
You wanna talk mass panic? One word. Baltimore.
Which is stupid, because we get at least some accumulation every winter. And yet, whenever they predict more than five snowflakes anywhere in the surrounding five counties, the supermarkets are mobbed and people on the roads forget how to drive.
Even lifelong residents do this. I’m a nearly lifelong resident, and I’ve never understood why.
Western Washington. 20 inches of rain? Meh, same old. 2 inches of snow? Shut down everything. Though, since we get that only once or twice a year, everyone is too excited to go to work… SNOW DAYYYY!
One inch is enough . . . a half-inch in Seattle.
And I don’t drive in it because I know that the imbeciles will do things that nobody with even one functioning brain cell will do.
Used to make good money pulling them out of the ditches, though.
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