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Bleezard of 2011!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Dale, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. Karen

    Karen Species nut

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    LOL!
    1/2 inch?
     
  2. Dale

    Dale New Member

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    Ummm.... No. 1/2 cm.
     
  3. Karen

    Karen Species nut

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    That's a "Blizzard"?
    LOL!
     
  4. KellyW

    KellyW Orchid wonk Staff Member Supporting Member

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    2" at my house in Redding today. Greenhouse currently down to 52F. Brrrr.
     
  5. KellyW

    KellyW Orchid wonk Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I actually like eastern Oklahoma (to visit). Never want to live there and have to put up with humidity, chiggers, ticks, snakes and nutty conservative politicians, -10F one day and 80F the next, tornadoes ... Still, a nice place to visit.
     
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    mrbreeze Anglican Supporting Member

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    The snakes aren't *that* bad. :p
     
  7. Mary Jane

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    They have tarantulas in Oklahoma, right?
     
  8. mrbreeze

    mrbreeze Anglican Supporting Member

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    Oh yea, of course. We have a wide assortment of spiders. But only two can be deadly to man. Well, aside from the exotics that some people like to import and then set free to roam the wilds. But the kangaroos usually eat those. :rolleyes:

    I'm far more worried about our legislators and civic leaders than any other reptile or insect.

    What is the topic of this thread anyway??? I've lost track. :p
     
  9. Mary Jane

    Mary Jane New Member

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    Well, if Dale started the topic, I'm sure it had something to do with butt sniffing dogs.
     
  10. Brant

    Brant dazed

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    I'm sure it had something to do with butt sniffing dogs.

    ...that and some big fat snowflakes