Monday, January 05, 2009


Don't look at me that way, stranger.
I didn't shit in your seat.
I just come down from the Lehigh Valley,
With my balls all covered with sleet.


Blogger Carlos said...

Balls and sleet...not so perfect together.

2:48 AM  
Blogger MRMacrum said...

Sounds like your dad came from Pennsylvania. I guess you guys are stealing all our snow. Hang in there.

9:59 AM  
Blogger Demeur said...

As we used to say "It's time for Professor Ballsoff".

I think it was a toss up. Our part of Wa. got between 18" and 26". Spokane is still digging out (5 feet I'm told).

12:10 PM  
Blogger J. Marquis said...

Yeah, this winter has been crazy so far. I actually appreciate Seattle's gray skies and rain now!

4:52 PM  
Blogger S.W. Anderson said...

Spokane has 70 inches for the season, 26 inches on the ground at the airport, and the roofs of buildings, mostly flat-topped businesses, are collapsing under the weight of snow and ice at an alarming rate. I think it was up to more than 30 yesterday.

We seem to be going for the 84-inch record, and likely to break it. It's a feat I wish I could admire from afar — Florida or Hawaii.

With chinook winds finally lifting us out of the deep freeze we were in for the entire month of December, we're now looking forward to flooding.

8:32 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Cool pictures. Port Angeles even got snow before and during Christmas. The nearby mountains are snow-covered most of the time, but it's rare to get snow downtown and along the waterfront.

4:07 PM  
Blogger Sheryl said...

It's just been overcast here. Gray, ugly, and cold.

7:30 PM  
Blogger Enemy of the Republic said...

I tried commenting earlier and blogger ate it.

Now that's a poem!

10:30 AM  
Blogger Snave said...

Carlos, I could probably test that theory in the weather we have been having here, but I think I should pass! HEh!

Mac, my dad was actually from right here in NE Oregon, but his family came here from Missouri. He was always a history buff, though. Here is another one he used to like to recite:

We're mountaineers with hairy ears,
We piss through leather britches. We wipes our ass with broken glass,
We're hearty sons of bitches.

Demeur and J., I find it hard to believe Seattle could get that much snow... and S.W., same goes for Spokane! Unbelievable...

Tom, I can remember having snow in two of the five winters I live in P.A. In one winter in maybe 1985 or 86 there were 18 inches in backyard up on Lopez Street.

Hey, Sheryl, at least you don't have the SNOW! 8-)

EOTR, thanks for coming by! Sorry about your comment not being posted by our beloved Blogger, which can indeed tend to have a nasty appetite at times! Glad you like the poem!

2:25 PM  

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