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November 2019 discussion

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2 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Wolfie is unraveling.

Not in the least.  I personally don’t need any snow here til December.  Was just making a point about what Wiz said.  N. Maine is getting buried today..that’s what I like to see this time of year. 

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15 minutes ago, mreaves said:

Not if it happened off slope.  People sue for anything.  It wouldn't surprise me if it is less expensive than hiring people to maintain the sidewalks manually.

It makes total sense in todays world.  You completely eliminated the high new england labor cost of snow/ice removal and the big lawsuits.

My sister is a lawyer. How it works is everyone sues for everything even if its completely your fault. Its cheaper to just pay out then spending 300 an hour on lawyers for months to litigate it. You slip on ice its cheaper to say heres 50k we will settle it now. Thre statistic is like 80% of people will just take the first quick payout and its over.  

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17 minutes ago, mreaves said:

Not if it happened off slope.  People sue for anything.  It wouldn't surprise me if it is less expensive than hiring people to maintain the sidewalks manually.

We had heated exit pads at the Museum.  Worked great but use a lot of electricity. 1/27/15 they melted all snow that fell and then a breaker failed and we ended up with lots of ice. Was a pain in the arse the rest of winter as Electricians tried to find what was causing the short in underground wiring. 

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12 minutes ago, dendrite said:

30/10 is probably closer to climo than brutal. 

 

11 minutes ago, WinterWolf said:

This was my point too..

well technically climo can still be brutal. 

Like in Siberia...maybe their worst climo is like -20...so -20 on a day is climo but that's still brutal 

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2 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

 

well technically climo can still be brutal. 

Like in Siberia...maybe their worst climo is like -20...so -20 on a day is climo but that's still brutal 

But to me..32 or 33 tomorrow isn’t that brutal. Yes it’s way below average for the date.   But it isn’t gonna be brutal tomorrow imo.
 

 Last year on thanksgiving when it was 16 or 17 for the high, and the wind was blowing like crazy...ya that was brutal.  But not 32 in mid November.    But I guess everybody is different.  

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17 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Thank you. Man I miss this

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Will just smashed his keyboard in a rage at the sight of that concrete pad with no snow on it.

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5 minutes ago, WinterWolf said:

But to me..32 or 33 tomorrow isn’t that brutal. Yes it’s way below average for the date.   But it isn’t gonna be brutal tomorrow imo.
 

 Last year on thanksgiving when it was 16 or 17 for the high, and the wind was blowing like crazy...ya that was brutal.  But not 32 in mid November.    But I guess everybody is different.  

I get terrible cramps in the cold...specifically in my arms. I tense up and if I have my arms bent too quickly and straighten them I get awful cramps right where my arms bend. 

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Just now, weatherwiz said:

I get terrible cramps in the cold...specifically in my arms. I tense up and if I have my arms bent too quickly and straighten them I get awful cramps right where my arms bend. 

Well it’s only gonna be about 36 hours of cold..then it’s back to 50 degrees, so that’ll work for you my friend. 

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4 minutes ago, WinterWolf said:

Well it’s only gonna be about 36 hours of cold..then it’s back to 50 degrees, so that’ll work for you my friend. 

That i am pumped about. Especially since there is a hockey game in Hartford Saturday...I dead the walks from the parking lot to arena in winter...even though its only like a 10 second walk...except for when you have to wait for the stupid guy on the crosswalk to tell you its o to proceed. Sometimes I just say screw it and play frogger. 

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8 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

I get terrible cramps in the cold...specifically in my arms. I tense up and if I have my arms bent too quickly and straighten them I get awful cramps right where my arms bend. 

Women cramp too on certain days. 

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10 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

I get terrible cramps in the cold...specifically in my arms. I tense up and if I have my arms bent too quickly and straighten them I get awful cramps right where my arms bend. 

Do you also get cranky?  Maybe some Mydol will help?

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13 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

I get terrible cramps in the cold...specifically in my arms. I tense up and if I have my arms bent too quickly and straighten them I get awful cramps right where my arms bend. 

Try eating a little protein. You need more than 50 calories per day that aren't from alcohol.

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Just now, ORH_wxman said:

Should be ripping at Gene's

I just loaded his cam. I'd give it within 5-10 mins for it to go bonkers.

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