rclab

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  1. I believe the reason their laughing is because they looked like us before the got the message and learned the lesson. As always ....
  2. Good morning, L B/G L. Considering that the above sea level altitude of the postage stamp might equate to a bump in the road; I will definitely start stocking survival supplies when the five boroughs start to get buried by ocean effect snows. As always ....
  3. I don’t believe that word has ever been aligned with a happy ending or for that matter has ever been reversed. As always ....
  4. Evening gentlemen. I was going to offer the Reaper the Postage Stamp as a day trip destination for Panic Room undecideds. I felt, on reflection, that it would be like rubbing salt into an already dry sidewalk. My, finally gone to its reward, tomato plant still echo taunts me with a continuous repetition of “One and Done”. As always ....
  5. Folks close together, full faces showing, joyful fun in the snow. It seems as from another distant time and era. Someday, perhaps again ...... As always ....
  6. Good observation and I guess, depending on plate movement, not likely for awhile. I often wonder if, instead of the Mississippi, we had the shallow inland sea that was believed to have existed. How different would east coast weather be? As always ....
  7. W, a few old sayings I remember from work “one “oh ####” is worth a thousand “ attaboys” and “What have you done for me lately” WELL you WD have done a lot, as I’m sure many of us will agree, for us lately. For that I personally Thank You for your competence, use of personal time and your demeanor. As always ....
  8. My guess, Liberty, is that a malign reagent, that activates with the melting, was somehow encased in the icicle. As always ....
  9. Anthony, I believe S19 is more of a skeptic in delivery. Its perhaps advisable to have a skeptics view is a sea of hearts and floweres. That individual will likely be the only one to find the leak in the boat. The Gods are kind in allowing it to be foisted on you for a limited amount of times daily. As always ....
  10. A person in the 19th century wrote that religion is the opium of the people. The foundation of ones faith is what, often, keeps hope alive. If the ability to have faith is removed the results of withdrawal are self evident. As always .....
  11. I should of included your partner as part of that blessing. A fact that is .... As always ....
  12. Thank you for the article. My knowledge, compared to the median of forum members is limited. I always remember “ the atmosphere sesks balance” being drummed into my head. This was often given as a basic reason for storm development. As the change accelerates I often wonder what form the potential and/or eventual balancing will take. As always.
  13. Morning Irish. If that’s your am or pm view, you are indeed blessed. As always ...
  14. A true house of Worship. As always .....
  15. Damn, I often wondered what happened to them. As always ....
  16. I’ll have you know Tip, that the pattern ends up stupidly excited ..... I think. As always ....
  17. After reading the January discussion/observation thread, I generally need a pick me up so memory lane is generally the best bet. I received this photo today and recalled that I attended my first pro baseball game ever at Ebbets Field over 60 years ago. It was Pee Wee Reese night. I remember his daughter having to pick a set of keys out of a fish bowl for one of 5 cars. There was an Imperial and a Chevy at the value extremes. I remember my father saying to my Uncle. Heaven help that kid if she picks the Chevy and sure enough........ I also attended Roy Campanella night. On one of those nights the fans were asked that if they didn’t have a candle or flashlight to instead lift up a lit book of matches, when a multi candle birthday cake was rolled out. 30,000 plus, packed into a small stadium, did so. Safety regs were a bit looser then. Unc did you ever get to go to Ebbets Field? Many more kid friendly day games at that time. Well back to the real world, sadly, in the January thread. As always ...
  18. I remember a child’s simple question, BW. Why do icicles cry? As always .....
  19. Perhaps, Anthony, the good folks who thought it never left. As always ....
  20. At my chronological location the problem is functionality and that’s not even close. I have a feeling that our maternal atmosphere is looking at the New England forum and, borrowing an alleged line from a past national personality is saying; “ We will bury you” in snow. As always .....
  21. Morning Julien and Irish also. I’ll never have to worry about S/N facing when it comes to the postage stamp. It’s like having an adult version of the Easy Bake Oven. As always ....
  22. I believe this attention is what the gentleman needs and wants. I remember, as I recall him 20 years ago, thrilled at the fact that Meteorologist DT PM’d him, telling him what a weenie he was. He apparently needs the stage during the seasonal window. The ignore would be very effective, just as a stage hook used to be in vaudeville. As always ......
  23. I guess C W and B Z will settle this, on July 4th, in Coney Island. As always .....
  24. There was a once upon a time when that would really hurt, “sigh” . As always .....
  25. Visual depiction of a long range season model? As always .....