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DETOURS
04-10-2009, 08:40 PM
This freakin weather is bizzzaaaaar.........http://airdown.net/Smileys/airdown/mullet.gif , actually......it sucks!! :thumbdown:

I'll edit & be back.........http://airdown.net/Smileys/airdown/fyou.gif

Alrighty.....I'm back and to answer xjjeepthing below..........you betcha!

Rant background.......I've lived in Connecticut, Texas and Northern Maine on the Canadian boarder over the years....visited areas thru-out the US and countries outside the US........I've been hot, I've been cold......I've seen alot.

"Kentucky".........This has got to be one of the most unpredictable areas in the US...........70 degrees one day, 36 degrees the next, rain, snow, tornados, horizontal wind bursts at 70 mph, flooding..............http://airdown.net/Smileys/airdown/why.gif.........

I've about had it already.........and theres no talent on top of this!!!!

UMP......I'm ready to construct a 5 acre dome with it's on nuclear power plant, a brass pole thru the center of my desk and imported Russian talent that know how to use it.................maybe I should have considered North Carolina?????

xjjeepthing
04-10-2009, 08:50 PM
Speaking of weather, you get any of the tornado stuff D

DETOURS
04-11-2009, 08:53 AM
Damn.......I guess it's not so bad here, compared to those poor folks in Tenn. who lost their homes yesterday........:headshake:

Mudderoy
04-11-2009, 12:57 PM
This freakin weather is bizzzaaaaar.........http://airdown.net/Smileys/airdown/mullet.gif , actually......it sucks!! :thumbdown:

I'll edit & be back.........http://airdown.net/Smileys/airdown/fyou.gif

Alrighty.....I'm back and to answer xjjeepthing below..........you betcha!

Rant background.......I've lived in Connecticut, Texas and Northern Maine on the Canadian boarder over the years....visited areas thru-out the US and countries outside the US........I've been hot, I've been cold......I've seen alot.

"Kentucky".........This has got to be one of the most unpredictable areas in the US...........70 degrees one day, 36 degrees the next, rain, snow, tornados, horizontal wind bursts at 70 mph, flooding..............http://airdown.net/Smileys/airdown/why.gif.........

I've about had it already.........and theres no talent on top of this!!!!

UMP......I'm ready to construct a 5 acre dome with it's on nuclear power plant, a brass pole thru the center of my desk and imported Russian talent that know how to use it.................maybe I should have considered North Carolina?????

No you should have moved to Texas, specifically the Houston area. 500 restaurants 10' from your front door, and plenty of talent. I doubt you would have had time to sell stuff on the Internet because of the 2 million + local residents.

I guess it is good you didn't. I would have kept adding stuff until I was driving a tank. Shipping limits me. :smiley-scared002:

But it is very pretty where you live. Great place to retire. :D

BlueXJ
04-11-2009, 02:14 PM
X2 on Texas. We have a range of weather in a single day due to our large size and diverse landscapes. It can be snowing in Amarillo and storms in west Texas like ElPaso and I can be strolling on the beach at South Padre Island. While in Austin it is flooding. And in Midland it is a gentle spring rain. All this in early April.

DETOURS
04-11-2009, 09:58 PM
Talents one thing.......500 restruants 10' from my door.......F THAT!
I've always lived rural, secluded..........the weathers just so freakin sketchy here.......

firehawk
04-11-2009, 10:26 PM
Welcome to my neighborhood!

The saying in Indiana is, "if you don't like the weather, just wait 5 minutes it'll change".:thumbsup:

Besides if you lived farther away my shipping costs would go up. :thumbdown::rolleyes:

Melissa
04-11-2009, 11:16 PM
Welcome to my neighborhood!

The saying in Indiana is, "if you don't like the weather, just wait 5 minutes it'll change".:thumbsup:


We say the same thing here in Oregon. I can be on one side of the street in the sun and right across the street not 20 feet away it's raining.:eek: