Harsh Winds Wreak Havoc On Region, Te...

Harsh Winds Wreak Havoc On Region, Temperatures

There are 22 comments on the WFMZ story from Dec 29, 2009, titled Harsh Winds Wreak Havoc On Region, Temperatures. In it, WFMZ reports that:

High winds wreaked havoc around the region today. The wind left its mark in many ways, knocking out power, uprooting trees, and just causing all kinds of trouble.

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Lester Livershits

Abingdon, VA

#1 Dec 29, 2009
crazy weather
REALLY

Bethlehem, PA

#2 Dec 29, 2009
Thanks to this wind I now need a new grill when the weather gets warm, real nice, it is crazy weather. global warming my ass!
Bruce

Kingston, PA

#3 Dec 30, 2009
REALLY,

If you believe a windy, frigid day in late December is a sign against global warming, you REALLY need to do some homework, be quiet or say that you're just kidding. I guess you forget the temperature this past weekend was 48 degrees and melted any ice that started forming on area lakes. Go see what that's doing when above average temps. hit the poles of our planet.

“Learning from others is good.”

Since: Dec 09

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#4 Dec 30, 2009
I don't care.
The Dude

Emmaus, PA

#5 Jan 2, 2010
I think I am going to have to throw some more homeless people on the fire.

The temperature in my garage has fallen to under 75 degrees and I cannot allow my expensive cars to suffer.

Does anyone know where I can get a few cords of homeless people for under 30 bucks?

“Learning from others is good.”

Since: Dec 09

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#6 Jan 2, 2010
The Dude wrote:
I think I am going to have to throw some more homeless people on the fire.
The temperature in my garage has fallen to under 75 degrees and I cannot allow my expensive cars to suffer.
Does anyone know where I can get a few cords of homeless people for under 30 bucks?
That is cold.
The Dude

Emmaus, PA

#7 Jan 3, 2010
Suezanne wrote:
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That is cold.
Yes, it is cold.

But it won't be for long because I set up a trap which includes a half eaten hogie and a bottle of vodka.

Any minute now I will have more than enough "fuel" to ensure the continued warmth and comfort of my prized automobiles.

Anyway, the liberal nuts should be happy that I am not adding to global warming.(farce)

PETA will be happy as well because the "food" the homeless steal from rats will now be available to them once again.

Seems like a win-win situation to me.

All Hail Yobama...
experienced hunter

Crab Orchard, TN

#8 Jan 3, 2010
The Dude wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, it is cold.
But it won't be for long because I set up a trap which includes a half eaten hogie and a bottle of vodka.
Any minute now I will have more than enough "fuel" to ensure the continued warmth and comfort of my prized automobiles.
Anyway, the liberal nuts should be happy that I am not adding to global warming.(farce)
PETA will be happy as well because the "food" the homeless steal from rats will now be available to them once again.
Seems like a win-win situation to me.
All Hail Yobama...
Bob M, get back on your "dude" Harley and just ride away. Most people around town would like that. maybe kt would say another prayer for you...appears you need it.

Since: Jun 07

Allentown Pa

#9 Jan 3, 2010
REALLY wrote:
Thanks to this wind I now need a new grill when the weather gets warm, real nice, it is crazy weather. global warming my ass!
Another person confused with the differences between climate and weather.
yo knee gur rap yo

Stroudsburg, PA

#10 Jan 3, 2010
The Dude wrote:
I think I am going to have to throw some more homeless people on the fire.
The temperature in my garage has fallen to under 75 degrees and I cannot allow my expensive cars to suffer.
Does anyone know where I can get a few cords of homeless people for under 30 bucks?
acorn probably has some available homeless people for heating---though they'll probably smell bad when you light them up.

much better to chop up homeless people to feed to poor homeless cats and dogs.
The Dude

Emmaus, PA

#11 Jan 3, 2010
experienced hunter wrote:
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Bob M, get back on your "dude" Harley and just ride away. Most people around town would like that. maybe kt would say another prayer for you...appears you need it.
I am sure they would like that.

The only problem is that I am not who you "think" I am.

You know what thinking is right? It's that magical thing that happens when your brain is not polluted by Budweiser that was consumed in the hot sun.

You should try it sometime.

“Learning from others is good.”

Since: Dec 09

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#12 Jan 3, 2010
I don't think I would attempt skiing now even if someone gave me a million dollars to do it.

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Since: Jul 09

40.6260°N, 75.3710°W

#13 Jan 5, 2010
Prof: Boy, was it windy on Saturday!

Class: HOW WINDY WAS IT?

Prof: It was so windy that I saw Telly Savalas chasing his scalp down the street!

“Learning from others is good.”

Since: Dec 09

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#14 Jan 5, 2010
Professor Chaos wrote:
Prof: Boy, was it windy on Saturday!
Class: HOW WINDY WAS IT?
Prof: It was so windy that I saw Telly Savalas chasing his scalp down the street!
That's a good one.

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Since: Jul 09

40.6260°N, 75.3710°W

#15 Jan 6, 2010
Suezanne wrote:
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That's a good one.
Don't want to take credit so I gotta 'fess up. Johnnie Carson told that joke like 30 years ago, but you're right it's great.

“Learning from others is good.”

Since: Dec 09

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#16 Jan 6, 2010
Professor Chaos wrote:
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Don't want to take credit so I gotta 'fess up. Johnnie Carson told that joke like 30 years ago, but you're right it's great.
That brings back memories as a kid, my grandmother watched Jonney Carson every night.

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Since: Jul 09

40.6260°N, 75.3710°W

#17 Jan 6, 2010
Suezanne wrote:
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That brings back memories as a kid, my grandmother watched Jonney Carson every night.
.....and what were you doing up so late Missy?(j/k)
the colour of my wind

Wyoming, PA

#18 Jan 6, 2010
i'm breaking wind right now!

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Since: Dec 09

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#19 Jan 6, 2010
Professor Chaos wrote:
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.....and what were you doing up so late Missy?(j/k)
That was on Fridays, and she let me stay up with her.

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Since: Jul 09

40.6260°N, 75.3710°W

#20 Jan 6, 2010
Suezanne wrote:
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That was on Fridays, and she let me stay up with her.
I think my grandparents used to crash around 8pm.

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