If All You See…

…is snow that can only occur when it is warm, you might just be a Warmist

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Comment by Dana
2012-12-17 18:23:13

Well, of course it’s warm snow! Why else would she have chosen the pants she has on?

Comment by William Teach
2012-12-17 20:22:50

Comment by Gumball_Brains
2012-12-17 22:52:09

…….. cuz she really loves her school?
I love the school too now.

Comment by JGlanton
2012-12-17 23:40:14

Oh hey, there goes Meet Madden. And to answer the burning question that is at the forefront of your brain, the answer is “yes”.

Yes, she does turn around in that set.

As for your next question, the answer is “no”. Madden don’t usually wear them.

She really does not like Obama and his tax policies and has some choice words to say about him. That just adds to her cuteness.

Comment by john
2012-12-18 10:38:25

well Teach it looks like you are finally on track. Heavy snow (usually) occurs when the air is close 32F Where it is extremely cold like Antarctica it seldom snows which is why that area is considered a desert. Warm air can hold more moisture than cold. Snow is a measure of percipitation not temps.

Comment by Gumball_Brains
2012-12-18 11:30:22

But, I hate it when it snows during the hot dog-days of summer. You know, when the heat is upwards of over 100 and the humidity level is through the roof.

then you throw snow and icy travel on top of that…… ?

one hell of a season I tell ya.

Comment by Otter
2012-12-19 04:23:46

I see johnny boy was the only one to Not get the gist of the post 😛

But I do have a question for him- if it doesn’t snow in Antarctica due to the cold, how does the continent ADD over 100 gigatons of snow a year?

Comment by Gumball_Brains
2012-12-19 09:35:18

That’s an easy answer Don. Warm weather causes the extra moisture leading to extra snow which then chills the air leading to no snow in the air. But now the air is so cold that the snow only stays on the ground.

See. makes perfect sense.


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