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January 3, 2008

You know you live in Southern California when

...the local news anchor, in response to the meteorologist's report about the storms on the way--the storms that are supposed to be some of the biggest storms we've had, bringing the most rain we've had in a decade--says (as a button to her colleague's story),

"So, really, the best thing we can advise is that everyone just take the four-day weekend and get out of town."


Posted by bonnie at January 3, 2008 6:58 PM


You would also know you're in Socal when during such weather forecasts, all the local TV stations go into "Storm Watch" mode, breaking into programming with reports of raindrops falling anywhere in the state!

Posted by: Hal at January 4, 2008 2:24 AM

I know!!! It's like Britney Watch!

Posted by: bon at January 4, 2008 2:37 AM

Ha!! You need to be in north Texas. If it clouds up here, there's a tornado behind every gust of wind over 10mph. Worse than that, the "meteorologists" get their forecasts from each other. What I've always said...."If you don't like the weather, change the channel".

On the serious side I do know that you are getting hammered out there and I sympathize. Stay well.

Posted by: steveintx at January 6, 2008 1:52 PM

Ha! That's funny! Change the channel. Hee!

Nah, no hammering here... very low-key vs. the hype. ;)

Posted by: bon Author Profile Page at January 7, 2008 2:27 AM

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