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Blogger gives away state secrets

Last fall, I was privileged to attend a gathering of New Hampshire bloggers. I was pleased to meet, among those worthies, a couple of the Weekend Pundit gang. At the time, I thought they were fine folks.

I was sorely wrong in that judgment.

Chan Eddie is a foul traitor, and ought to be tried and executed. No, killing's too good for him. He needs to be exiled to Massachusetts.

For he violated the sacred trust all New Hamsphirites are endowed with, and published a top-secret state document for any and all to see.

Chan, you've brought disgrace on yourself, your family, your friends, and your entire state. I have no idea how you can possibly redeem yourself. In the meantime, get thee to the Bay State, you Benedict Arnold!


Comments (13)

Very funny.... (Below threshold)

Very funny.

I have some questions New H... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:

I have some questions New Hamsphirites may know the answers to.

1) If the temperature is zero Fahrenheit today and it's going to be twice as cold tomorrow what will the temperature be?

2) When it's that cold how do New Hamsphirites heat their homes?


Hints:

1) It's not the simple mathematical answer.

2) Here's one possible means.

I had a friend who lived in... (Below threshold)

I had a friend who lived in Nunavut above the arctic circle for several years. Whenever I thought it was cold here, I'd look up the temperature there (often -60degF or worse) and feel better.

No doubt: NH does have suc... (Below threshold)
Dave A.:

No doubt: NH does have sucky weather. Whenever I think it's bad here in Ohio, I console myself with http://www.mountwashington.org/

I notice, however, the scale does not go above 60 F. Is that because 60 F is the all-time record high temperature ever recorded in NH, or because New Hampshirites begin suffering and perish around 75 F?

I was really enjoying that ... (Below threshold)
Sheik Yur Bouty:

I was really enjoying that until it got to 40 below zero.

Then it is SO wrong it made my blood boil.

Hell will freeze over BEFORE DC runs out of hot air!!!

Dave A.: The difference bet... (Below threshold)

Dave A.: The difference between NH and Ohio is that in NH they actually know HOW to drive in this kind of weather. And I'm speaking as a loving and loyal Buckeye when I say this. Last week and the week before (And what's this new crap about a storm every Tuesday?) 95% of the problems from snow in Columbus stemmed entirely from boneheaded and oblivious drivers - the "mouth-breathers" as I call them!

Saturday is was snowing really hard but nobody was on the roads and I managed to get around quite nicely because I DO know how to drive in snow and bad weather - I'm from NORTHEASTERN OHIO son!

My wife is from Minneapolis... (Below threshold)
nogo postal:

My wife is from Minneapolis..most of her family remains there..her sister's take
0 to -10 Frisky
-10 to -30 Frisky
below -30 ..Risky

In the two years our daughter was in Fairbanks, Alaska...the word Cold was not referred to in the paper until -40 ...
Today in Denver..a balmy 62 right now..with Snow and 15 degrees by 10 p.m.

4 years of Army service as ... (Below threshold)
IllTemperedCur:

4 years of Army service as an infantryman in Alaska gave me a lifetime of cold-weather stories, and an absolute commitment to living the rest of my life in California where the weather's sane.

Even if most of my fellow Californians aren't.

It's been at or below zero ... (Below threshold)
blackcat77:

It's been at or below zero for the better part of the month around here but today it got up into the 40s and I wore a light jacket on our dog walk and got warm.

Not that I'm complaining, mind you...

ok Blackcat...tell us whine... (Below threshold)
nogo postal:

ok Blackcat...tell us whiners where you now reside...
...My son-in-law(with my daughter)was in Fairbanks training with the Stryker Brigade...they talk about when it got around 40 degrees before March..the base would have a big Beach Party...
Break out the Jimmy Buffet songs...

Dave A.: The difference ... (Below threshold)
James Cloninger:

Dave A.: The difference between NH and Ohio is that in NH they actually know HOW to drive in this kind of weather. And I'm speaking as a loving and loyal Buckeye when I say this. Last week and the week before (And what's this new crap about a storm every Tuesday?) 95% of the problems from snow in Columbus stemmed entirely from boneheaded and oblivious drivers - the "mouth-breathers" as I call them!

Or, as I refer to them, "The New Albanites".

The previous week (not this past week), we had a cold snap/snow dump on Tuesday, therefore the schools, predictably closed. Then, they got the roads cleared by Wednesday, but the schools STILL decided to close! What the hell?

Thanks to that boneheaded manoever, many of Columbus' emergency closed days are used up, and students will face a possibly of a Saturday school, or an extra day tacked on in the summer, or one of the numerous "school holidays" being used instead.

(And yes, many schools were closed yet again today for President's Day!)


Well, it's been pretty nipp... (Below threshold)

Well, it's been pretty nippy here in Colorado Springs over the winter, but I still pick up the newspaper from in front of my house in just a shirt and jeans, unless the wind's blowing. Nogo Postal has it right - 60's in the afternoon, and freezing with snow four hours later - even in the early summer. Friends of mine live up in the mountains, at 9500 feet above sea level. They don't fire up the fireplace unless it drops to -10F. OH, and I've been to Fairbanks in the winter - the only place that comes close to matching it is Kunsan AB, Korea.

The answers to yesterday's ... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:

The answers to yesterday's questions are:

1) -92 Fahrenheit

2) Natural gas

No one got the correct answers so the $1,000,000 prize won't be awarded. Did I forget to mention the prize?




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