gaia, you suck.

Lunchtime weather update:

You know, it’s a good thing it’s almost May, because that means I can’t possibly be looking at three inches of snow accumulation in our front yard.  I suspect an elaborate prank.  It’s probably those wacky MIT kids again.

11 thoughts on “gaia, you suck.

  1. Rev. Paul says:

    If it makes you feel any better (and I’m reasonably certain it won’t), it was 61 yesterday in Anchorage. Just sayin’…

  2. Crucis says:

    A couple of decades ago, KC was hit with a 5″ slushy snowjob just before Mother’s Day. Of course, that was before global warming.

  3. Bill Johnson says:

    Darn, that 40 degrees this morning almost damaged my roses – which are in bloom, thanks.

    Didn’t you leave the south for where you are?

    Atlanta – there’s plenty of country just outside town…

  4. Al Terego says:

    I guess the Currier & Ives thing does get old after a bit…but it is still beautiful to me.

    It’s pretty nice here right now, but starting Friday and for the foreseeable future, our temps in inland Fla will be starting with nines (yuck).

    Al Terego

  5. BobG says:

    I think Al Gore should shovel your driveway.

  6. joated says:

    “gaia, you suck.”

    ooooo! Now you’re gonna get it!

  7. Eric says:

    Are you sure you didn’t end up in the wrong hemisphere somehow?

  8. Skip says:

    Brrrrr… it was 78 today and it ….rained!
    Almost screwed up my range day, but not quite, still got in 400 rounds.

  9. Windy Wilson says:

    We won’t talk about the actual temperatures, but it’s been really cold in coastal So Cal these last three weeks. . .
    Cold, winter-style rain, too, last week.

  10. Windy Wilson says:

    Hmmm, Gaia as feminine,
    feminine as in non-logical, arbitrary and capricious, with a whim of iron,
    Global cooling switching to global warming and back again in a matter of decades, yep, the Earth goddess types may be wrong about catastrophic anthropogenic global warming, but they’ve got the Gaia part right.
    I don’t think that should be the basis of worship, though, as historically cultures that worshipped the sun or the earth tended to be awfully cruel to other human beings.

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