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Old 16-10-2004, 05:53 PM   #1
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Default Bloody Snow

woke up this morning and ther is a half a foot of snow on the ground.... AHHHHHHHHHH I hate winter heheheh
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Old 16-10-2004, 07:53 PM   #2
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I have to drive up in the the mountans to see snow around hear. LOL at least it looks like it could be xmas around there.

in the desert I can not get my mind in that fram for xmas.
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Old 17-10-2004, 12:01 AM   #3
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I havent seen snow in like 7 years.. lol stupid Florida..

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I've never seen snow. Not in person anyway.

From Mississippi to Arizona to Texas... all desert and swamp.
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Old 17-10-2004, 01:31 AM   #5
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moving to arizona took away any chance for snow.............sniff sniff...........this school better be worth it
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Old 17-10-2004, 04:18 AM   #6
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Emo, I want to be there in FL....

Mike.. LOL well ya work at a cool place.

Mr. Bojangles, cool, pheonix ??? you might be going to the same place as Rick.
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Yeah me too Kurt.

We in toronto havn't got any snow yet, but man is it ever comming :bored:. I hate snow... Well instead of snowboarding on it. it sucks.
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Pony- maybe, but im doubting it, i go to a wee lil school. I decided to get a double major, one in digital video, the other in digital animation, so i didn't end up going to an art school. Either way, UAT is a great school, and has the second highest job placement rating for game design in the nation
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Old 18-10-2004, 04:06 AM   #9
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no snow in AZ? you gotta be kidding. Just go to mount lemmon or flag during the winter ^_^
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o i plan on it, but i know it won't be like the canadian powder i oh so miss

maybe i will make my own snow and get a slip n slide
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Snow is the most amazing thing ever!!!! Maybe apart from maya, and half-life 2, and TV, and pizza, and.... hmmm I got a little carried. Anyway before i moved to england (1999) I lived in poland and that place can get really snowy sometimes, wish england had more snow.. sigh
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Originally posted by mtmckinley
I've never seen snow. Not in person anyway.

From Mississippi to Arizona to Texas... all desert and swamp.
I lived in El Paso, TX for about 10 years and it snowed just about every winter. That's weird it doesn't snow in other parts of Texas.
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Yeah, Texas is a big state. The southeastern part doesn't see snow often.
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Upstate New york and we havent gotten hit yet. But we usually get hit pretty hard. Mountins block a lot of it so when we do get it, we get it bad.
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Reading my previous post it sounds like I was being patronizing. I didn't mean to be. I apologize if that's how it sounded.
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