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Old Today, 04:02 PM
 
Location: Hougary, Texberta
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I think they ought to stop hurricanes from moving inland to central Canada. People shouldn't suffer here just because of hurricanes in the south.
I'll get on the hurricane thing if you stop sending down cold fronts.
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Old Today, 04:43 PM
 
Location: Canada
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I'll get on the hurricane thing if you stop sending down cold fronts.
It's a deal!
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Old Today, 05:41 PM
 
Location: British Columbia ♥ 🍁 ♥
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I'm supposed to check your climatology?.
Well, actually, yes, that's precisely what you should do instead of going off half cocked and jumping to false conclusions and accusations of negligence. Do a bit of independent research about the facts. And while you're at it check your own climatology, there is trouble happening there too.


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....... I don't foresee us having smoke issues anytime soon.
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You started this thread already complaining about smoke issues right now where you are, so I think you meant to say fire issues?

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....... That temperate rain forest north of Vancouver island, this is what our climate has become.
That temperate rain forest north of Vancouver Island, which has been like that for many thousands of years, has turned into a dried up fire zone. As a matter of fact the whole west coast from California to Alaska and all across the northern parts of Canada right up to the Arctic Ocean has become one big fire zone. Your climate where you are now isn't immune from becoming the same, so don't count on the rain to save you from burning.


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....... Nonetheless, my moving back to the Dominican Republic is certainly tempting.
That might actually be a good idea. In the long run I think you might be safer there because all you'd get there are hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis, but not much forest fires in the rainforests there. You can leave Chicago's smoky skies behind and become one of the Dominican Republic's first Climate Refugees escaping from America.

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