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Old 02-15-05, 02:52 PM   #1
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I'm ending winter

You fellow midwesterners will be happy to know that I just bought Nokian studded tires. Therefore, there will be no more appreciable snow/ice this winter. You're welcome, in advance.

Maybe next year I'll have a fundraiser to buy a gore-tex winter outfit or something. That should make it unseasonably warm.
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Same thing happened to me when I bought that Rain-X stuff for my windshield. Didn't work - rained the very next day.
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Old 02-15-05, 03:43 PM   #3
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Can I wear shorts tomorrow? Please??
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Haha, I checked my kayaking gear last weekend. Expect more heavy snowfalls all over Scandinavia.

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Man, you lied to me!! It snowed last night!
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It's the thought that counts !! Thanks.
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Man, you lied to me!! It snowed last night!

I offer no guarantees on Toronto weather. I mean, of course it snowed. It snows in June there, doesn't it? Maybe it was a teensy-bit warmer snow because of my purchase though.
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