OT-But very interesting

OT-But very interesting

Post by Rand » Sat, 17 Jan 2004 12:50:01

http://www.mountwashington.org/
 
 
 

OT-But very interesting

Post by Landshar » Sat, 17 Jan 2004 13:10:53



Quote:> http://www.mountwashington.org/

        Pretty Cool......... (no pun intended)
I was listening to an interview on NPR
with one of the meteorologist/scientists talking
about it probably hitting a wind chill factor
of 82 below.

        Landshark

--
Treat people as if they were what
they ought to be and you will help
them become what they are capable
of becoming.

 
 
 

OT-But very interesting

Post by Rand » Sat, 17 Jan 2004 13:17:43




> > http://www.mountwashington.org/

>         Pretty Cool......... (no pun intended)
> I was listening to an interview on NPR
> with one of the meteorologist/scientists talking
> about it probably hitting a wind chill factor
> of 82 below.

>         Landshark

> --
> Treat people as if they were what
> they ought to be and you will help
> them become what they are capable
> of becoming.

Well Shark, they did it...it's -90 WCF right now.
 
 
 

OT-But very interesting

Post by Landshar » Sat, 17 Jan 2004 13:54:18






> > > http://www.mountwashington.org/

> >         Pretty Cool......... (no pun intended)
> > I was listening to an interview on NPR
> > with one of the meteorologist/scientists talking
> > about it probably hitting a wind chill factor
> > of 82 below.

> >         Landshark

> > --
> > Treat people as if they were what
> > they ought to be and you will help
> > them become what they are capable
> > of becoming.

> Well Shark, they did it...it's -90 WCF right now.

        Stick your leftovers outside
for 10 minutes and there frozen solid.

        Landshark

--
Treat people as if they were what
they ought to be and you will help
them become what they are capable
of becoming.

 
 
 

OT-But very interesting

Post by Steve » Sat, 17 Jan 2004 20:42:29








> > > > http://www.mountwashington.org/

> > >         Pretty Cool......... (no pun intended)
> > > I was listening to an interview on NPR
> > > with one of the meteorologist/scientists talking
> > > about it probably hitting a wind chill factor
> > > of 82 below.

> > >         Landshark

> > > --
> > > Treat people as if they were what
> > > they ought to be and you will help
> > > them become what they are capable
> > > of becoming.

> > Well Shark, they did it...it's -90 WCF right now.

>         Stick your leftovers outside
> for 10 minutes and there frozen solid.

>         Landshark

Wind chill wouldn't accelerate the freezing, but it's colder
than a well diggers ass without the wind chill anyway!

Stick your face in that -90 and freeze that grin. ;)

 
 
 

OT-But very interesting

Post by Steve » Sat, 17 Jan 2004 21:02:34


> http://www.mountwashington.org/

Please bring in your pet's, and dogie.
 
 
 

OT-But very interesting

Post by Landshar » Sat, 17 Jan 2004 23:24:19









> > > > > http://www.mountwashington.org/

> > > >         Pretty Cool......... (no pun intended)
> > > > I was listening to an interview on NPR
> > > > with one of the meteorologist/scientists talking
> > > > about it probably hitting a wind chill factor
> > > > of 82 below.

> > > >         Landshark

> > > > --
> > > > Treat people as if they were what
> > > > they ought to be and you will help
> > > > them become what they are capable
> > > > of becoming.

> > > Well Shark, they did it...it's -90 WCF right now.

> >         Stick your leftovers outside
> > for 10 minutes and there frozen solid.

> >         Landshark

> Wind chill wouldn't accelerate the freezing, but it's colder
> than a well diggers ass without the wind chill anyway!

> Stick your face in that -90 and freeze that grin. ;)

        On the news this morning they showed
a reporter cracking an egg and it freezing on
the sidewalk, now that's cold.

        Landshark

--
Treat people as if they were what
they ought to be and you will help
them become what they are capable
of becoming.

 
 
 

OT-But very interesting

Post by Steve » Sat, 17 Jan 2004 23:39:35











> > > > > > http://www.mountwashington.org/

> > > > >         Pretty Cool......... (no pun intended)
> > > > > I was listening to an interview on NPR
> > > > > with one of the meteorologist/scientists talking
> > > > > about it probably hitting a wind chill factor
> > > > > of 82 below.

> > > > >         Landshark

> > > > > --
> > > > > Treat people as if they were what
> > > > > they ought to be and you will help
> > > > > them become what they are capable
> > > > > of becoming.

> > > > Well Shark, they did it...it's -90 WCF right now.

> > >         Stick your leftovers outside
> > > for 10 minutes and there frozen solid.

> > >         Landshark

> > Wind chill wouldn't accelerate the freezing, but it's colder
> > than a well diggers ass without the wind chill anyway!

> > Stick your face in that -90 and freeze that grin. ;)

>         On the news this morning they showed
> a reporter cracking an egg and it freezing on
> the sidewalk, now that's cold.

>         Landshark

Cook em on the sidewalk in the summer, and freeze em
on it in the winter. Love the change of seasons.
 
 
 

OT-But very interesting

Post by Landshar » Sat, 17 Jan 2004 23:48:57












> > > > > > > http://www.mountwashington.org/

> > > > > >         Pretty Cool......... (no pun intended)
> > > > > > I was listening to an interview on NPR
> > > > > > with one of the meteorologist/scientists talking
> > > > > > about it probably hitting a wind chill factor
> > > > > > of 82 below.

> > > > > >         Landshark

> > > > > > --
> > > > > > Treat people as if they were what
> > > > > > they ought to be and you will help
> > > > > > them become what they are capable
> > > > > > of becoming.

> > > > > Well Shark, they did it...it's -90 WCF right now.

> > > >         Stick your leftovers outside
> > > > for 10 minutes and there frozen solid.

> > > >         Landshark

> > > Wind chill wouldn't accelerate the freezing, but it's colder
> > > than a well diggers ass without the wind chill anyway!

> > > Stick your face in that -90 and freeze that grin. ;)

> >         On the news this morning they showed
> > a reporter cracking an egg and it freezing on
> > the sidewalk, now that's cold.

> >         Landshark

> Cook em on the sidewalk in the summer, and freeze em
> on it in the winter. Love the change of seasons.

        Not me thanks. I did send in my registration to
exhibit the Bronco at "Fabulous Fords forever" on

    That should fun again.

        Landshark

PS I might go back east for the "Paragon" round-up,
not sure though yet.

--
Real heroes are men who fall and fail
and are flawed, but win out in the end
because they've stayed true to their
ideals and beliefs and commitments.

 
 
 

OT-But very interesting

Post by Steve » Sat, 17 Jan 2004 23:51:48



> > >         On the news this morning they showed
> > > a reporter cracking an egg and it freezing on
> > > the sidewalk, now that's cold.

> > >         Landshark

> > Cook em on the sidewalk in the summer, and freeze em
> > on it in the winter. Love the change of seasons.

>         Not me thanks. I did send in my registration to
> exhibit the Bronco at "Fabulous Fords forever" on

>     That should fun again.

>         Landshark

> PS I might go back east for the "Paragon" round-up,
> not sure though yet.

Rockin' that sporty Ford! Send me some pics.