Cold spell

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  1. Torus34

    Torus34 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    We've been seeing some low [for us] temperatures lately in the northeast. It's spawned a rash of comments of a 'can you top this?' nature.

    One I liked was,

    'It was so cold today that I saw a kid wearing a coat instead of a hoodie.'

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    Joves No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I bet you are all hoping that global warming will hurry up.
     
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    JIM!!! :sun: :hug::

    I am so happy to see you back! Missed you greatly.

    And yes, it's been frigid...even here in the SE USA we dipped down to 15 degrees within the last few days. :shock:
     
  4. Torus34

    Torus34 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Terri!!!!!

    You've no idea how nice it is to be back. I've missed you and the gang too, very much. Things got in the way. But here I am. I've even managed to post a photo in the Landscape & Cityscape section -- first one ever, btw. Figured it was far past time to show my 'chops', as it were. Who know? I might even figure out how to upload an avatar!

    Anyhow, here I am. I've started by providing some instructive [I hope] and gentle criticism for some real newbee shots. I'll try to do so for several each week.

    'Nuff!

    I'm back. How can I help?

    Jim/Torus34 -- Tottenville.

    PS: On global warming. Ever notice that old, like really old, people are always cold? Whistler's mother didn't wear that shawl for nothing, right? Well, I've figured out that as I get older, I'm getting colder at the same rate as global warming is heating things up. Net result? I won't feel the cold of old age -- ever. Gee whiz, Mr. Science!

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