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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by histed, Oct 20, 2020.
Why do people live where it snows? Such a costly pain.
Two reasons. I was born here. And the Snowflake, libtards and general jackwads don't seem to like it either.
Oddly enough, neither do Blacks and Mexicans.
You're joking about the Mexicans, aren't you...
They were there right after the Indians.
Many still are.
And Blacks arrived by the boat loads. Just because they couldn't wait to run North doesn't mean they enjoyed the weather.
Born here, family lives here... some of the best freshwater fishing in the USA, 200+ pound deer to hunt, lots of small game...
They generally only come up for seasonal work then leave before the snow.
I really miss Pennsylvania.
I lived 2 1/2 years in Bucks County, North of Philly.
Small town of Chalfont. Met my spouse there. 1978-81.
Walked across the Delaware River to NJ and back during the freeze of '79.
There is a rather large Hispanic population in the county I just left
Might not want to forget the Puerto Rican population in NYC alone.
Because you can't do this without snow.
Ands we have the wild life
^ That about settles it. Probably within 2-3 years or so we'll be moving from Dallas to Knoxville. Gonna' have to familiarize myself with this stuff called snow and all the equipment, tools, and clothing that it entails.
Interesting. That girl seems to be a bit familiar with that <ahem> position.
Did you sell the homestead and move?
That's Inga, how soon we forget. She was the girl who rolled all your Swedish meatballs. Cast her aside like all the others didn't you? As the head sous chep she thought she was your fave.
With the snow out in Eastern TN? Don't worry about buying equipment. Have lots of firewood, food, and booze. It never stays long. It'll melt.
Retired from teaching in June, sold the house in August, moved to the Altoona area September 1st. I grew up here, all my family is close by (except one daughter in Jersey). Good to get home
That flew by me with no notice! I did some work out that way back in 2001. Re did the carpet in some Pizza Huts, and went over to Leighton before returning.
I didn't say much about it here. Retirement is nice at the moment. Getting a wood shop/reloading room fixed up in the basement. Looking forward to building a new muzzleloader and re-stocking a couple of rifles. Teaching my nephew to shoot. Remodeling...everything. Too busy to work now.