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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    Snow has started to fall over Melville at 1332.

    I hope its more hype than not.


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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    Well, it's snowing here in Lindenhurst. Yay!
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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    You live in Lindy? Or are working up by Lindy train station?
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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    I'm residing here bro. Pass by your office twice a day (non-stalkerish passings by lol).
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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    Oh, you're that guy! ;)
    And I, I took the path less traveled by
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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    so far in brooklyn i've only had to sweep the stairs once, it's nowhere near heavy enough to shovel. according to the forecast for LGA, should get pretty bad around 8-9 tonight. =D
    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    We've got at least a foot on the ground so far...

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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by mirrodie
    Oh, you're that guy! ;)
    Damn, I've been found out! :lol: :shock:
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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    It's been snowing here in Philly since I woke up at 9AM and it hasn't stopped since. It's coming down really heavy now, vis is probably 1/8 mile.. We've probably got about 10 inches on the ground now, and it's supposed to stay heavy snow until 10PM tonite. Glad it's not a workday!

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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    Just got an Email alert from Newsday that the snow totals for the island have been increased to 20 inches. Be safe out there guys and gals!
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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    >Glad it's not a workday![/quote]<

    I'm the opposite. Wish it was. Still have 5 days left but they bounce over to next year anyway even
    if I dont use them. :D

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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by USAF Pilot 07
    Glad it's not a workday!
    same here. CLT, GSO and ILM were my biggest headaches last night. i'll probably really enjoy my double tommorow....
    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    Hmmmm..... lets see..


    Jack and Coke, or Jack Green Label strait or in teas.
    Gin and iced tea
    Vodka and Dr Pepper (quite tasty)
    A drink called the "Dirty Bong Water" there are way too many ingredients in it for me to take the time to list but if were going fruity drink that is it.
    I love a good bottle of red wine as well
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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by hiss srq
    Hmmmm..... lets see..


    Jack and Coke, or Jack Green Label strait or in teas.
    Gin and iced tea
    Vodka and Dr Pepper (quite tasty)
    A drink called the "Dirty Bong Water" there are way too many ingredients in it for me to take the time to list but if were going fruity drink that is it.
    I love a good bottle of red wine as well
    Now for true champion drinking, I drink Aquavat. It crosses the equator twice in a wooden keg and is from Scandinavia. This stuff is potent. I highly reccomend it. It will make the bests ears and nose burn.
    Wrong thread buddy! Remember...post first, then drink!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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    Re: Blizzard Watch for Long Island, Winter Storm Watch in NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by wunaladreamin
    Quote Originally Posted by hiss srq
    Hmmmm..... lets see..


    Jack and Coke, or Jack Green Label strait or in teas.
    Gin and iced tea
    Vodka and Dr Pepper (quite tasty)
    A drink called the "Dirty Bong Water" there are way too many ingredients in it for me to take the time to list but if were going fruity drink that is it.
    I love a good bottle of red wine as well
    Now for true champion drinking, I drink Aquavat. It crosses the equator twice in a wooden keg and is from Scandinavia. This stuff is potent. I highly reccomend it. It will make the bests ears and nose burn.
    Wrong thread buddy! Remember...post first, then drink!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
    Ah thats friggin funny!!!!
    Whoops :oops: :oops: :lol:

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