So after record snowfall last week it looks like it’s coming again.

Missouri DOT working to clear roadways using their TowPlow

Weather radio’s are already going off, and alerts are being sent to phones apparently.

We get snow in Missouri. Usually about 14 or so inches per year.

But this year, amidst people screaming global warming, has been just a little nuts.

We were declared a state of Emergency, which is a good thing for schools etc.

But the fact that my little corner of Missouri, specifically the Southwest is determined to be the hardest hit, does not bode well.

I guess we’ll see. I won’t be putting my snow chains away any time soon it looks like.

And if I ever see Punxsutawney Phil, I think I’ll be forced to shoot him, the dirty lying scoundrel.

If I vanish again you can keep track of my madness here and I’ll still be in Twitter via my phone.

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1   Calimus    
February 7th, 2011 at 09:24

Joe, I love ya like a brother, but man, you’ve got to learn that Global Warming doesn’t mean that the Earth is balls hot 24/7 365. It’s the same as dropping ice in your hot drink. The hotter liquid (Earth’s Oceans) melt the ice (Polar caps) causing a cool down over time (Ice-age).

No, Humans are not to blame 100% for this event. We can see in history that it’s happened several times over the Earths existence. However, we prollie have contributed to it coming on a few hundred years sooner then it might have on it’s own.

Sure the name doesn’t make sense, but then again, neither do automatic transmissions.

2   Bloodspite    http://www.registeredevil.com
February 7th, 2011 at 10:04

Oh I know, and I’m not a global warming fruit cake who screams that its not happening. I just find it amusing honestly :) Thats why I linked to the article justifying the weather due to the warming affect