A Nurse with a Gun

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Condition One

No, not that Condition One.


Anonymous Travlin said...

That's impressive, but not that strange to me.

The coldest I remember around here was a wind-chill of -73F. It was a Saturday so we had a party and our house was full. If their car wouldn't start they spent the night. Of course we were young and crazy then.

Cold like that cannot be imagined, it has to be experienced. It literally takes your breath away and you feel like you have stepped onto an alien planet.

On the other hand we seldom have your very hot and humid weather for more than a week at a time. The extremes are interesting though.

12:07 PM  
Anonymous perpster said...

Ah, Xavier, I've seen this one before. It's really roasting hot and humid and she's dreaming of the cold. I know it's true -- Rod Serling told me so! ;-)

12:33 PM  
Blogger Ed Rasimus said...

It takes a special sort of person to do what they do. Probably not much need for concealed carry there either.

1:43 PM  
OpenID reflectoscope said...

Good grief.


2:31 PM  
Blogger Citizen H said...

hahahaha! Fast times at McMurdo High.

11:10 PM  
Anonymous Bob in Houston said...

I expected to see a very cold, very pissed off bearded Kurt Russell on the other side of the door holding a flame thrower and a bundled batch of dynamite.

2:04 AM  
Anonymous angus lincoln said...

I live 5 miles from the summit of Mt Washington, 5280ft. above sea level, home to some of the worst weather and highest wind ever recorded @ 230 something mph. My house is only @ 1400 ft. on another smaller mountain, but there are some winter nights where I swear my roof will be torn off the frame as I fall asleep to the roar of what sounds like a freight train up close and personal. But after 22 years, I'm getting used to it.

9:54 AM  

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