Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!, Dean Martin
You never know. It might work.
Are you out of your mind? In July, do you have any idea what that will do to crops? It hes happened in the past and it’s nothing to joke about! Famine is not a laughing matter!
Catseye, I think that you are seriously overestimating my ability to perform weather magic. Right now I’ll settle for the rainstorm that we’ve been promised for the last three days.
Why not just invite Al Gore to speak somewhere in Maryland? That works pretty well.
…It’s not that hot.
I’ve long lost my faith in rain dances of any sort, but here in Texas water from the sky in any form would be welcome. If that meant four inches of ice on the highways, so be it.
Ric, yup, the summer crops are pretty much gone, but a nice ice storm would at least provide enough moisture to get a decent amount of hay for the ranchers for fall.
I can, in fact, virtually guarantee(*) that the desired result will manifest(**).
(*) Expect delivery in 4-6 months.
(**) Management takes no responsibility for anyone believing post hoc ergo propter hoc
It has nothing to do with weather magic, the old rule is don’t tempt Murphy, as in Murphy’s Law. “What ever can go wrong will go wrong and at the worst possible moment.” And this is the worst possible moment for crops when it comes to unusual weather events.
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