|il fiore bel |
Something's awfully fishy about that map.
Handled it better than the national networks did with the "WORST STORM OF ALL TIME" this last weekend.
Oh yeah. Seems like I haven't heard that much about it, but I don't get the local news on the east coast obviously. Was it the usual "OMG STOCK UP ON BREAD MILK AND LIQUOR" type stuff? I was kind of casually going through my east coast facebook friends' posts (mostly in Boston but some in NYC) and it was just the normal facebook stuff. Except for one of my friends who posted something about a curfew in his Williamsburg neighborhood, and took a picture of a couple people who were being arrested for violating it. I heard about a "ban" on driving, but couldn't tell if he was making it up or not.
New York (city?) shut down around the time of the storm, travel ban on all roads except for emergencies.
|infinite zest |
Haha. How exactly does this happen? With a few of them it looks like extra numbers accidentally got placed in front of the 60s and 70s (and maybe even the 50.. I don't really know Arizona that well) but the 85 and 25 seem near impossible.
Either they're low/high temperatures, missing the slash that divides them, or Celsius/Fahrenheit temperatures, also missing the slash that divides them.
Hadn't thought about the Celsius thing, but local news in America (especially Arizona I assume) never displays temperatures in Celsius. And even so, Cave Creek's 29 degrees would be about 85 in Farenheit that matches up with Wickenberg, which.. eh I have a headache.
|The Mothership |
Your tags are redundant; you should either have Arizona or Hell on Earth, not both.
Arizona's "Most Social" TV station?
That's a pretty lame slogan.
You mean you're not following them on twitter? Way to be antisocial.
awesome, i love him
|Binro the Heretic |
That lifted my spirits.
pretty much everywhere, it's going to be hot
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