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Rain, low-pressure system could finally end Dallas-area heat wave
Dallas Morning News ^ | 8/29/2011 | TOM BENNING

Posted on 08/29/2011 2:02:24 PM PDT by JNRoberts

“This looks like this is it,” said Ted Ryan, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Fort Worth. “The end of summer is coming up.”

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To: stillfree?

‘hopes I never have to go back to Dallas during the summer’

Wooooboy. One year I went on a business trip to Albuquerque in November. When I left AZ it was short sleeve days with sweater nights. Alb had snow blowing sideways, I about froze to death.

A month later I had to go to San Antonio. It had cooled off in AZ, and after the Alb experience, I packed long-sleeved shirts, sweaters, heavy slacks, etc. They were having a high-80s heat wave and I about melted. Hit Wal-mart for short-sleeved shirts.

Can’t win!


51 posted on 08/29/2011 2:59:37 PM PDT by FrogMom (There is no such thing as an honest democrat!)
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To: McLynnan

“Can you believe we think 95 is a desirable temperature?”

So true! I spent 3 weeks in Ms. recently and my friends kept complaining about the heat (95) and afternoon thunderstorms. It felt like heaven to me. I actually did do a little rain dance while there...lol! It felt so wonderful to feel and smell the rain again.


52 posted on 08/29/2011 3:00:28 PM PDT by penelopesire (Let The Congressional Hearings Begin!)
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To: JNRoberts
I agree. I spent almost a month in Texas a few years back...I was absolutely miserable.

I wouldn't move to Texas if ya took me in a complimentary fully stocked Lear Jet, and paid my first years mortgage...

But that's just me. I prefer year round, near perfect weather and the variety of things to do in Southern Cal.

That said, anyone moving there, I wish um the best of luck!

they could care less how you feel about Texas

I never suggested they should. It's just not for me!

Been there done that.

53 posted on 08/29/2011 3:02:09 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: Sporke
I am in Houston and we break a day record ever so often but I think it is the number of days at extremely high temperatures that they are counting. Our extreme weather started in June and usually June is pretty nice, warm but bearable. Where are you?
54 posted on 08/29/2011 3:03:06 PM PDT by Ditter
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To: JNRoberts

I’ve tried to dissuade European visitors from going to Death Valley at the height of summer before. They just have no idea how remote some of those places are, and just how quickly things can go bad. Oh, and that a dotted line on a map does not necessarily mean that there’s a road there that can be negotiated with a rental sedan.


55 posted on 08/29/2011 3:03:39 PM PDT by Bubba Ho-Tep ("More weight!"--Giles Corey)
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To: JNRoberts

I live in Dallas and as someone who watches the Weather Forecasts regularly (Gotta plan for Golf!), they have NO IDEA what’s going to happen 7 days from now. They MIGHT know the day before. MAYBE.


56 posted on 08/29/2011 3:04:36 PM PDT by Republic of Texas (Socialism Always Fails)
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To: stillfree?

How do you like that Texas State Income Tax?


57 posted on 08/29/2011 3:06:15 PM PDT by Republic of Texas (Socialism Always Fails)
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To: JNRoberts

I was in Del Rio, TX from 1971 to 1980, and I thought 1980 was the hottest summer I had seen there, in the 9 years I was there. It gets hot every summer. It is caused by the sun. These man made global warming freaks are just that, freaks.


58 posted on 08/29/2011 3:06:27 PM PDT by Mark17 (California, where English is a foreign language)
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To: JNRoberts

You are correct. The one natural resource that we have that no one else has. Texans. Game. Set. Match.


59 posted on 08/29/2011 3:09:20 PM PDT by Republic of Texas (Socialism Always Fails)
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To: McLynnan
Next week the following may bring some cooler and rainy weather to the Texas area. Who knows at this point.


60 posted on 08/29/2011 3:10:44 PM PDT by deport ( In Texas it's hotter than two goats fighting in a jalapeno patch.)
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To: Clay Moore

Which would probably be me!

Just kidding.

But we are going to be hard-pressed for hay, my pastureage is all down to something that looks like the Sahara. I’m 80 m. n/w of San Antonio in the Hill country.

I guess we are going to have to get it from Colorado or somewhere. I have not heard how it was in OK for hay.

About 109 here today but some pop-up rainstorms seem to be on the way. The poster from New Braunfels will get it first, then us. Please let it come on!


61 posted on 08/29/2011 3:11:31 PM PDT by squarebarb (ADE IN 1948.)
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To: stillfree?

Then take your ass back to California then.


62 posted on 08/29/2011 3:16:43 PM PDT by eastforker
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To: Ditter

Wichita Falls. I have a friend in Houston who told me yall are way behind on rain too.

I know you usually get quite a bit, even during the summer.

Since April, I believe I’ve personally seen about 10 minutes of rain. :-/


63 posted on 08/29/2011 3:18:06 PM PDT by Sporke (USS-Iowa BB-61)
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To: dragnet2

>>>I never suggested they should. It’s just not for me!

Been there done that. >>>

Yes, I was just saying how they feel about people who don’t like their State. Heck, I hate the summer too. But I’ll NEVER go back to California. Been there done that. My blue eyed blond wife got tired of getting flipped off by Mexicans and I got tired of everything else there but the Mexican food itself.

Our plans?....A summer condo in Southern Oregon where I can ride my KLR 650 to San Francisco for Chinese Food and then back home. And of course spring, fall, and winter at our principle home in beautiful Texas.....We hope to make that happen soon.


64 posted on 08/29/2011 3:25:29 PM PDT by JNRoberts
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To: FrogMom

*****Wooooboy. One year I went on a business trip to Albuquerque in November. When I left AZ it was short sleeve days with sweater nights. Alb had snow blowing sideways, I about froze to death.****

Reminds me of 1966 basic training at Lackland AFB San Antone.

Got there March 1, froze. One month later it was so hot we left to go to Chicago dressed in summer blues.

Landed in Chicago and it was cold and snowing with blowing wind. Thought we was gonna freeze before we got to the AFB at Rantoul.


65 posted on 08/29/2011 3:27:09 PM PDT by Ruy Dias de Bivar (Click my name. See my home page, if you dare! NEW PHOTOS & PAINTINGS)
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To: dragnet2

OK...you stay in your $500,000 2 bedroom duplex and I will stay in my $139,000 3/2/2. And we have no state taxes!
We have some very pretty lakes in Texas...crystal clear....


66 posted on 08/29/2011 3:38:39 PM PDT by astratt7 (obama,muslim,politics)
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To: dragnet2
You'd hate OK too.......

Don't even bother crossing the state line.

67 posted on 08/29/2011 3:42:04 PM PDT by Osage Orange ("Marine Sniper - You can run, but you'll just die tired!")
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To: tet68

When I was up in Quang Tri saw the start of Lam Sahn719

they had to stop bringing troops up there from the south

they had to bring field jackets band poncho liners asap

Great news rain chance for Texas...hope you guys get a

good rain


68 posted on 08/29/2011 3:44:07 PM PDT by Harold Shea (RVN `70 - `71)
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To: JNRoberts

I’ve lived in Texas for 10 years but I’m ready to throw in the towel and move to Arkansas. This is beyond ridiculous and is expected to last into 2012. I’ve had it.


69 posted on 08/29/2011 3:44:34 PM PDT by RichardW
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To: JNRoberts
I've a book for you to read....

http://www.amazon.com/Empire-Summer-Moon-Comanches-Powerful/dp/1416591060/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1314657724&sr=1-3

Just a cool book about early TX...and the Comanches.

Man, I'm part Indian...and I learned lot's about many things...from reading this book. The stuff I was never taught in school...etc.

70 posted on 08/29/2011 3:47:03 PM PDT by Osage Orange ("Marine Sniper - You can run, but you'll just die tired!")
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To: McLynnan

It’ll get better...or it won’t ...but better here than anywhere else. After being out of state for 30 years I do appreciate our red state; killer temps, droughts and all.


71 posted on 08/29/2011 3:47:49 PM PDT by Proud_texan (Scare people enough and they'll do anything.)
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To: al_c

” Finally got to take the family to our local I/O in Allen. ...”

HUGE line around the block when they first opened; I wouldn’t have been anywhere around there but I was in pursuit of an ‘incursion’ by a commercial operation into the GMRS band (doing DF with a Yagi in that area) ...


72 posted on 08/29/2011 3:51:15 PM PDT by _Jim (Conspiracy theories are the favored tools of the weak-minded.)
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To: tet68
Funny how our bodies react....

I can remember summer days in SoCal. At the beach, surfing, laying around....then that evening wearing light jackets, and sweaters.

I walked out of my house a few days ago around 0430... ( it's been over 100 for much of the last two months )...and it was 69-70..I needed a windbreaker. Ha!!

73 posted on 08/29/2011 3:53:06 PM PDT by Osage Orange ("Marine Sniper - You can run, but you'll just die tired!")
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To: deport; penelopesire; Proud_texan

Dang, I spoke too soon about the cooler temperature. The sun came out and it’s up to 105. We will see what happens the end of the week, but as proud_texan said I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else. This will pass and we’ll go on to have one of our beautiful winters.


74 posted on 08/29/2011 4:10:16 PM PDT by McLynnan
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To: stillfree?
I was born and raised in Anaheim.

Smelled orange blossoms a couple times a year. Watched the DisneyLand fireworks from our pool slide.

Could see the MilkyWay...and spent winter week-ends with my parents in Crestline, in the mountains.

I grew up...and watched the orange groves get bulldozed, and the strawberry fields get paved. I watched millions of illegal's invade SoCal...I watched taxes, fee's, charges, regulations...go thru the roof.

I watched rulings by the 9th Circuit overrule the "people" of CA.

I forgot what really blue skies and the MilkyWay looked like.

Oh sure...I snow skied and surfed once in the same day!! Skied Mammoth many times...I've caught golden trout, sea bass, halibut, abalone, and backpacked to places you've probably never seen.

But one of the best things I ever did...was get out of CA.

Good luck to you...I've still family there..and I think of them often.

75 posted on 08/29/2011 4:12:31 PM PDT by Osage Orange ("Marine Sniper - You can run, but you'll just die tired!")
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To: squarebarb

We have some hay here...in NE OK...but I doubt much for sale.


76 posted on 08/29/2011 4:14:30 PM PDT by Osage Orange ("Marine Sniper - You can run, but you'll just die tired!")
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To: astratt7

>>>OK...you stay in your $500,000 2 bedroom duplex and I will stay in my $139,000 3/2/2. And we have no state taxes!
We have some very pretty lakes in Texas...crystal clear....>>>

Yep. My buddy moved out of Southern CA a few years ago for the very simple reason......The weather was no longer worth enough justify him living there when he took into consideration all the other factors, taxes, cost of living, quality of living, etc. And He’s never looked back.

To some people, the weather is still worth buying a 1200 sq. ft. 2 br home in say....El Monte or La Puente CA and paying, I don’t know, $300,000 for a home that was built in the 50s and surrounded by gangs and graffiti.

Or for about the same, they price, they’ll take this and a hot summers......this:http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/705-Crabapple-Way_Mc-Kinney_TX_75070_M82924-50484


77 posted on 08/29/2011 4:14:31 PM PDT by JNRoberts
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To: Osage Orange

>>>I’ve a book for you to read....

http://www.amazon.com/Empire-Summer-Moon-Comanches-Powerful/dp/1416591060/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1314657724&sr=1-3

Just a cool book about early TX...and the Comanches.>>>

Hey, thanks! I am really interested in getting this book. Ive wondered to myself, how in the hell did Indians survive here with NO AC, no Coca Cola, no ice machines....etc. I am definitely going to take a look at this book.....thanks!


78 posted on 08/29/2011 4:16:55 PM PDT by JNRoberts
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To: Harold Shea; tet68
Read a book I liked a few weeks ago.....you all might like it.

http://www.amazon.com/Matterhorn-Novel-Vietnam-Karl-Marlantes/dp/0802145310/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1314659749&sr=1-1

79 posted on 08/29/2011 4:17:38 PM PDT by Osage Orange ("Marine Sniper - You can run, but you'll just die tired!")
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To: RC2

They “might” get one cutting before frost early/mid Nov. What grows back may be bahia which invades nice hay pastures during drought stress. Sadly, is a great time to not have cows.

Our weather guys just said possible 1” Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Don’t think they meant “each day”. Lots of nice red oaks already gone, this 1” might save some.


80 posted on 08/29/2011 4:21:38 PM PDT by dusttoyou ("Progressives" are wee-weeing all over themselves, Foc nobama)
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To: JNRoberts
If you've never heard of Quanah Parker...you are in for a good story.

FRegards,

81 posted on 08/29/2011 4:23:01 PM PDT by Osage Orange ("Marine Sniper - You can run, but you'll just die tired!")
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To: JNRoberts

Well said!

We got cowgirls that you might like too...lol!


82 posted on 08/29/2011 4:28:01 PM PDT by penelopesire (Let The Congressional Hearings Begin!)
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To: JNRoberts
The weather in Southern California is worth a fortune to us. I don't mind paying more for other things. Mild Pacific breezes year round, we can grow anything, while the roses, flowers and Orange trees are full, in February no less!

While my friends in the Midwest and back east are up to their knees in frozen windblown brown snow, we're wearing shorts and BBQing Pacific Salmon... in December!

Only 6 regions on this planet with the same Mediterranean climate, and So. Cal is one of them.

Life is too short for brutal extreme heat, uninhabitable humidity and bone chilling cold...It's just not for me!

I've lived long enough to know, regardless of what anyone says, weather is a prime factor and affects *everything* you do...Why I'm here...lol

83 posted on 08/29/2011 4:31:05 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: McLynnan

Yep..you know it’s too hot when you don’t even want to go outside for a dip in the pool...lol!

Can’t wait for the fall sunsets though! Some of the most beautiful sunsets on the planet!


84 posted on 08/29/2011 4:31:05 PM PDT by penelopesire (Let The Congressional Hearings Begin!)
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To: McLynnan; All

Enjoy while we wait for rain and cooler temps!

http://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl=en&rls=com.microsoft%3Aen-us%3AIE-SearchBox&rlz=1I7ADBR_en&biw=1024&bih=591&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=Texas+sunsets&btnG=Search&oq=Texas+sunsets&aq=f&aqi=g1g-m1&aql=&gs_sm=s&gs_upl=5922796l5929859l0l5932125l21l15l0l0l0l1l219l1908l5.5.4l15l0


85 posted on 08/29/2011 4:33:57 PM PDT by penelopesire (Let The Congressional Hearings Begin!)
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To: JNRoberts

My son and I headed out to a job today around 11:00AM and couldn’t believe the comfortable temps and overcast skies. There was even a stiff breeze blowing, and for once, it didn’t feel like a furnace.

Of course, it warmed up later in the day, but all in all, it was mild compared to what we’ve endured these last two months.

An old friend of mine just got in from L.A. today, and as I was enjoying the mellow morning temps, I thought, “it figures....”


86 posted on 08/29/2011 4:51:36 PM PDT by Windflier (To anger a conservative, tell him a lie. To anger a liberal, tell him the truth.)
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To: stillfree?
Sorry ya’ll but Dallas is dull, unless you like the mall, movies, eating, or boating in muddy lakes!

Heh....your comment reminds me of things I used to hear from my out-of-state friends after they'd lived in Hollywood for a few years. The place drove most of them to want to head back home.

I'd just look at them and say, "Do you really think that all of California is like this place?" Some of them were convinced that Hollywood really did equal California and really missed out.

Too bad you couldn't take some time and get outside of Dallas while you were here. It's a big, big, big state, with a whole lot to see.

87 posted on 08/29/2011 5:01:21 PM PDT by Windflier (To anger a conservative, tell him a lie. To anger a liberal, tell him the truth.)
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To: stillfree?
Well this conservative Native Californian hopes I never have to go back to Dallas during the summer

I'm a native Californian transplanted to Texas six years ago. I'll tell you what.....springtime in Texas is so heavenly, it's worth living through the rest of the seasons here, just to experience it.

I kid you not.

88 posted on 08/29/2011 5:06:45 PM PDT by Windflier (To anger a conservative, tell him a lie. To anger a liberal, tell him the truth.)
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To: HwyChile

You can teach me lots of lessons
You can bring me lot of gold
But you just can’t live in Texas
If you don’t have lot of soul
from Crossroads..Doug Sahm

Texas is a thing that you either “get” or “don’t get”...it is an intangible thing.


89 posted on 08/29/2011 5:07:10 PM PDT by Anima Mundi (I didn't say it was your fault. I said I am going to BLAME you.)
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To: Sporke

Ouch! Wichita Falls, the hottest place in Texas I think. In an normal year we get good rains, in an abnormal year we get way too much or like now, none. I think we are something like 25 inches behind. It will take a huge tropical storm to catch us up.


90 posted on 08/29/2011 5:09:22 PM PDT by Ditter
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To: JNRoberts

Damn, friend. I could have written that post. We seem to be on the exact same experiential track.

About 50 years in Cali for me. I packed up the family and planted roots in Texas in late 2005. How ‘bout yourself?


91 posted on 08/29/2011 5:11:28 PM PDT by Windflier (To anger a conservative, tell him a lie. To anger a liberal, tell him the truth.)
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To: JNRoberts

Who would have the desire to cook Texas and cause grave drought situations? Hint...no help fed help with the fires...


92 posted on 08/29/2011 5:15:19 PM PDT by shield (Rev 2:9 Woe unto those who say they are Judahites and are not, but are of the syna GOG ue of Satan.)
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To: Windflier

>>>About 50 years in Cali for me. I packed up the family and planted roots in Texas in late 2005. How ‘bout yourself?>>>

Yeah, same here. 51 years of my life, born and raised in Southern Cal. San Gabriel Valley then Orange County. Moved to Dallas Metro Plex in 09, and yes, this was a brutal summer, our third. Hoping next year’s wont be as bad and that we get water otherwise.....all options must remain open. LOL :).....nice to meet you.


93 posted on 08/29/2011 5:16:38 PM PDT by JNRoberts
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To: JNRoberts
Did you hear about the couple in California last week. They were from Europe and their car broke down in Death Valley? Both died in the desert.

I read that story. According to the best information, they died of sheer stupidity, not car problems.

They were driving a late model Chrysler and got stuck on a dirt road that turned to loose sand, off the main highway. Seems they were being a tad too adventurous without really comprehending the dangers of the SoCal desert.

You'd think the name, "Death Valley" should have been their first clue that they shouldn't mess around.

94 posted on 08/29/2011 5:17:30 PM PDT by Windflier (To anger a conservative, tell him a lie. To anger a liberal, tell him the truth.)
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To: JNRoberts

My job involves working with all these new arrivals. Most of them are glad to be here but there are a few who want to moan about how it was done where they came from, etc. Of course, I can’t say anything but I can sure think, hey, I35 and I20 run both ways. I didn’t invite your ass here and won’t miss you if you go back to wonderful
California (which you won’t because you can’t find a freakin’ job there) so shut up and be grateful that you found one here. Honestly, people from California are the worst. Arrogant, pushy, rude, I wonder if they came by way of New York. All I ask is that they don’t bring their wacky fruitcake ideas with them. Assimilate!

And yes, we don’t care if you like us or not. Now go away.


95 posted on 08/29/2011 5:27:58 PM PDT by wayoverthehill
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To: the invisib1e hand

PV=nRT


96 posted on 08/29/2011 5:29:42 PM PDT by TXnMA ("Allah": Satan's current alias...)
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To: TXnMA

gawd i love that. who’s idea was that again? Bernoulli? I know, I can look it up...


97 posted on 08/29/2011 5:32:46 PM PDT by the invisib1e hand
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To: dragnet2
>>>The weather in Southern California is worth a fortune to us. I don't mind paying more for other things. Mild Pacific breezes year round, we can grow anything, while the roses, flowers and Orange trees are full, in February no less!>>> Yes, I understand. Weather is like taste.....subjective. I grew up in California, my first 51 years were spent there. Since moving to Texas, I've also grown to appreaciate seasons. It's cold here on Thanksgiving and we got snow, record snow in Dallas and the metro plex for the past couple of years. It's BEAUTIFUL. Seasons, and cold and holidays. Southern California?....no thanks to 90 degrees while the turkey is in the oven on Thanksgiving or people surfing on Christmas day. That weather is depressing to me during the holidays....give me seasonal weather and Texas has Cali beat all day on that.....Here's our street just last Feb. 6 months ago:
98 posted on 08/29/2011 5:33:36 PM PDT by JNRoberts
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To: Anima Mundi
Texas is a thing that you either “get” or “don’t get”...it is an intangible thing.

Very true. I've also heard it said that "Texas isn't so much a place, as a state of mind."

99 posted on 08/29/2011 5:34:17 PM PDT by Windflier (To anger a conservative, tell him a lie. To anger a liberal, tell him the truth.)
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To: wayoverthehill

>>>My job involves working with all these new arrivals. Most of them are glad to be here but there are a few who want to moan about how it was done where they came from, etc. Of course, I can’t say anything but I can sure think, hey, I35 and I20 run both ways. I didn’t invite your ass here and won’t miss you if you go back to wonderful
California (which you won’t because you can’t find a freakin’ job there) so shut up and be grateful that you found one here. Honestly, people from California are the worst. Arrogant, pushy, rude, I wonder if they came by way of New York. All I ask is that they don’t bring their wacky fruitcake ideas with them. Assimilate!

And yes, we don’t care if you like us or not. Now go away.>>>

And like California, Texas also has it’s Jerks too. As you can see.


100 posted on 08/29/2011 5:36:33 PM PDT by JNRoberts
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