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Old 09-21-2013, 08:59 AM
 
Location: The Mid South
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Well I guess you sent it our way. In Walker County Georgia, thousands have been on site and rehearsing a civil war reenactment. Weather has been perfect all week. Saturday [ today] is supposed to be the big day with 50,000 or more expected. They are caught in a deluge! But such is war.
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Old 09-21-2013, 10:46 AM
 
Location: San Antonio
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Yep, now I remember why I stopped coming to good ol' City data for so long.... people correcting each other. Somebody was wrong and I need to be right and set the record straight because it's so gosh darn' important and will make a difference in the world. Hoot!

Lookin' forward to the fall and the change it brings. It's a great time to get out and enjoy mother nature.
You noticed all of that also. Sadly a lot of forums are just like this one full of keyboard intellectuals and bully's. I always love the your stupid no your stupid debates, but back to the thread at hand I can't wait for the fall weather to get here. I've never been a big fan of summertime.
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Old 09-21-2013, 11:11 AM
 
Location: San Antonio
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Wow. I didn't think a comment about the rain would lead to this type of the debate. San Antonio technically falls within the humid subtropical climate, but is near the cusp of the semi-arid climate zone. Settled...

With that said, I like to stay off the roads when it rains here. There are too many Bubbas in pickup trucks causing accidents trying to be heroes.
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Old 09-21-2013, 12:45 PM
 
Location: San Antonio
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Wow. I didn't think a comment about the rain would lead to this type of the debate. San Antonio technically falls within the humid subtropical climate, but is near the cusp of the semi-arid climate zone. Settled...

With that said, I like to stay off the roads when it rains here. There are too many Bubbas in pickup trucks causing accidents trying to be heroes.
Just how are the Bubbas as you put it trying to be hero's? Just curious.
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