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A big Miracle=9 people found alive after 38 days of Tsunami



(cycloneye)NEW DELHI, India -- Nine people who survived the December 26 earthquake and tsunami in southern Asia have been rescued on a remote island off the coast of India, officials in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands said.


The five men, two women and two children were found in a forest on Great Nicobar on Wednesday, according to a police source. The survivors were hungry, weak and emaciated, the source said.


They lived by eating wild boar and coconuts, the police source said, and none appears to have any serious health problems.


The inspector leading the search party called the rescue "a miracle."




Cajun discovered himself in Hell




(sunny)After he was dead, a Cajun discovered himself in Hell. He looked around awhile, then went right to work shoveling brimstone. The devil came up to him and said, "How you like it here, my friend? It's hard work and it's hot, yeah?"


The Cajun just smiled and answered, "It not so bad. The work is steady. I got no problem with steady work. And it ain't so hot. You think this is hot? Man, I'm from south Lousiana --- It hot there, my fren! This ain't nothing." He just laughed and went back to work singing and having a high old time.


Satan, being a former Texan, did not like Cajuns. He said to himself, "I'll get him. So he don't mind the hot, huh?" Satan waved a hand and the whole place was suddenly ice and snow, solid. And he said, "That'll fix dat fool!"


When he went back to check on the Cajun, he found him jumping up and yelling and laughing and clapping and dancing. So Satan said, "Man, what's wrong with you?!"


The Cajun smiled big and replied, "The Saints done won the Super Bowl!





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Beware of March's Monster





Quite east, above average temperatures. Won't last forever!






Stick A Fork In It - It's Done!







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Well I once ripped off RaleighWx's (RaleighWx is an EUSWX poster) 8 to 10 day EURO maps and posted them at S2K then demanded S2K posters interpret the Euro maps.

8 to 10 day Euro.




Other S2K threads I posted on this past winter:


Sunday Jan 23 jebwalk





Speaking of jebwalks, I took one this morning.


We have three inches of snow and N winds blowing at 20 to 33 mph with a few gusts over 40-45mph. The temperature at the time of my walk was approximately 14 degrees. Snow was blowing off the roofs and along the ground, drifting off fields onto roads nearly to the point of rendering those streets impassable in spots.


It was real cold this morning during my jebwalk in the blowing snow. The wind gusts were really strong, and I was forced to turn and walk backwards because my face hurt so badly from the combination of 14-degree ambient temperatures and sustained 20-25mph winds, not to mention the 40 mph gusts. Not only was snow being whipped about by the winds, but also sand from the roads, right into my cold-benumbed face.


It was a starkly frigid, bitter-cold jebwalk. There were snow flurries as well. I had to wade through a few 18 inch snowdrifts. The wind whipped snow right off the drifts right into my coat. No matter how meticulously I tried to secure my coat, gloves, and hat before the jebwalk, the blowing snow still ingeniously found an entrance into my clothing to remind me that this was no ordinary jebwalk. Snow blew and blew across the Potomac Mills parking lot as I made my cold way across it, buffeted and buffeted again by that frigid, unrelenting wind. Sand raked my face like buckshot and I had no choice but to close my eyes to slits and gradually make my way around the 1.7 mile perimeter of the Potomac Mills Mall outer rim.


I must 'fess up, that I was forced to run into the mall no fewer than four times, to warm up because this jebwalk was really, really frigid cold. I would go inside, stay there for about five to seven minutes then march back out and carry on with the jebwalk. There were a few icy spots out there. Ever try to walk across a slippery parking lot, with strong winds and blowing snow and even sand and start to slip? I had more than my share of close calls on ice that I never ever even saw before I began to feel my foot begin to slip. Phew! Man that was close!


It's really hard to believe, that with only 3 inches of snow, how tall some of the piles of snow were at the Potomac Mills mall. Most of 'em were about three, maybe four feet tall, but on the Southern Rim, there were snow piles that reached 8 to 10 feet high.


Yeah that was one heck of a bona-fide cold winter jebwalk!






Winter ends for the east? No doubt about it!




A reply I made to krysof:


Instead of posting a purely emotional response to weather you find disappointing, you need to LEARN HOW TO BACK UP YOUR ASSERTIONS. Provide full explanations of the global teleconnections w/pertinent diagrams/charts from the correct sources. Show the relationships between sensible weather and N. Hemispheric configurations for the timeframes you so boldly put forward above.


I'M WAITING, and so is everyone else. WELL?!!

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