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February Banter 2019

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9 hours ago, Stormpc said:

I won 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarter.....$800.

(But I bought 20 boxes...so net is $600)

Wow...nice pickup!

I dropped $40 to get two squares in a pool that pays out each time the score changes (including PATs). Whatever is left gets split 75/25 to the those who hit the aggregate and the inverse aggregate. Since one of my squares had Rams 4/Pats 3 (the other was Rams 0/Pats 4), I hit the 25% inverse for about $350. I'll take it (even if the "regular"  winner picked up like $1300)!

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Arsenal lost, so I'm definitely good with it, even if that meant Man City went two points up on Spurs again.


I’ve always leaned Arsenal to a degree dating back to the Thierry Henry days, but I’m more of a casual now and just like to watch good football. Man City was really crisp on attacking inside the 20 yard box yesterday. Arsenal didn’t have any answer for it.


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Well, nothing in range for February. I'm OK with it, and actually am hoping for a warm up so we can do some fishing in March. We've had like no snow though so it has to fall eventually I figure. Watch March be miserable as a result.

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Can't we just have an early spring smh

spring has been nonexistent until the middle of april for a few years now

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17 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

Coming soon: tropical season :) 

 

 

So we go from one fruitless tracking to the next? Think I will pass. This winter has burned me out. :lol:

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51 minutes ago, showmethesnow said:

So we go from one fruitless tracking to the next? Think I will pass. This winter has burned me out. :lol:

Well I chase so it's not fruitless for me :weenie: 

Wait, you're burned out? Need a helping hand?

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1 hour ago, WxWatcher007 said:

Coming soon: tropical season :) 

 

 

It had the radar appearance of a near-classic subtropical system just off the North Carolina coast pre-dawn this morning.

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Melt down over the misreading of 'tea leaves' and being rob of a HEC in the long range thread. Jeesh it is a long range forecast projection, not a locked in guarantee forecast . Is it me or does it seems every model run is taken literally? Maybe I should demand my money back on taking the over in the Superbowl. All the data and experts said offensive would totally dominate.

 

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On 2/2/2019 at 11:44 AM, psuhoffman said:

Where do you go around here?  Stephen got into it a little last summer. 

Lately, 4 mile run, it’s a warm water discharge in the Potomac so it’s perfect for deep winter fishing! But in the spring just about every pond in Maryland has some bass.

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Just now, Jandurin said:

not a fan of NYC sorry

Haven't been there in years and don't intend to ever visit again. In fact whenever I head up to Cape Cod or even this year with our vacation in Maine, I take great pains to avoid even the hint of New York even if it means an extra hour or two of driving. Guess you could throw N Jersey into that conversation as well. Want no part of all that congestion and traffic not to mention that the drivers are complete idiots.

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2 hours ago, supernovasky said:

Lately, 4 mile run, it’s a warm water discharge in the Potomac so it’s perfect for deep winter fishing! But in the spring just about every pond in Maryland has some bass.

Black hills is prob 10 minutes away from you. Best bass lake in Mongomery County and miles of easy shore access. Texas rigged rubber worms and weightless/weedless stickbaits are all you need. Purple worms and green pumpkin stickbaits are my go to colors. My son caught a 6 pound bass 2 years ago. 1-3 pounders are common. 

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A map of the blizzard of 1979...Now what confuses me is that this clearly wasn't an "up the coast" storm...(or at least...the snowfall distribution wasn't up the coast like some of our other big storms!). So...how did this happen that it pummeled us...yet skirted places further northeast? (Any records on how this storm evolved? @psuhoffman? You seem to know where to find such records, lol)

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29 minutes ago, Maestrobjwa said:

A map of the blizzard of 1979...Now what confuses me is that this clearly wasn't an "up the coast" storm...(or at least...the snowfall distribution wasn't up the coast like some of our other big storms!). So...how did this happen that it pummeled us...yet skirted places further northeast? (Any records on how this storm evolved? @psuhoffman? You seem to know where to find such records, lol)

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It was a perfect h5 track with an arctic 1048 high in the way. Wasn’t much of a surface system until it kind of went boom at the coast. Had a weak low west that transferred. Hybrid a/b. Came on the end of a cold period and warmed after with a big rainstorm like 2 days layer. 

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