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This is why I live in Florida
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Sep 18, 2013 13:42:30   #
bcheary (a regular here)
 
http://www.youtube.com/embed/xKy2lLNQYrI?rel=0
 
Sep 18, 2013 13:59:18   #
cockney greg
 
bcheary wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/embed/xKy2lLNQYrI?rel=0


Another good find bcheary. I prefer that effect from lager!!
Sep 18, 2013 14:31:09   #
Geezer
 
Don't remind me..... :(
Sep 18, 2013 15:13:27   #
bcheary (a regular here)
 
cockney greg wrote:
Another good find bcheary. I prefer that effect from lager!!


:thumbup: :thumbup:
Sep 18, 2013 15:13:40   #
bcheary (a regular here)
 
Geezer wrote:
Don't remind me..... :(


:thumbup: :thumbup:
Sep 18, 2013 17:00:39   #
Rongnongno (a regular here)
 
Well, I have to say that you are missing some good photos and videos opportunities in Florida! :shock: :lol:
 
Sep 18, 2013 17:35:08   #
bcheary (a regular here)
 
Rongnongno wrote:
Well, I have to say that you are missing some good photos and videos opportunities in Florida! :shock: :lol:


That's OK. I can live without it and live vicariously through others. :lol: :lol:
Sep 19, 2013 09:08:48   #
sye
 
Those scenes might be funny as long as you are not the subject. People do get injured and killed slipping and sliding-- in the car or not !!!

Next time, let's see some scenes of someone being shot by a firing squad, hanged, electricuted, drowned.....
Sep 19, 2013 09:25:18   #
farnsworth52
 
I'll take snow over searing heat anytime. I don't have any body functions that work after it goes above 90. I can exist down to below zero quite well.I used to think that was where you went when someone said go to hell-----Florida. Had relatives there----visited once,never went back. My younger brother still tells the story about getting backhanded for asking my aunt if she was a negro. Had an oportunity to work in Vegas--'rather starve. Then hurricanes are a whole different story. I'll take the four seasons and all that entails.
Sep 19, 2013 10:01:44   #
Ron K.
 
Just camer back from Lake Placid (NY). It was 25 degrees out a few mornings ago.
Sep 19, 2013 10:03:10   #
bcheary (a regular here)
 
sye wrote:
Those scenes might be funny as long as you are not the subject. People do get injured and killed slipping and sliding-- in the car or not !!!

Next time, let's see some scenes of someone being shot by a firing squad, hanged, electricuted, drowned.....


OK. When I do I will post them but the Administrator will pull them as too gory! I recently posted an article on the wolves of Idaho which had some photos of people holding up wolves that they had shot and it was pulled for that reason. :lol:
 
Sep 19, 2013 10:06:13   #
bcheary (a regular here)
 
farnsworth52 wrote:
I'll take snow over searing heat anytime. I don't have any body functions that work after it goes above 90. I can exist down to below zero quite well.I used to think that was where you went when someone said go to hell-----Florida. Had relatives there----visited once,never went back. My younger brother still tells the story about getting backhanded for asking my aunt if she was a negro. Had an oportunity to work in Vegas--'rather starve. Then hurricanes are a whole different story. I'll take the four seasons and all that entails.
I'll take snow over searing heat anytime. I don't ... (show quote)


:thumbup: :thumbup: Whatever works for you. I have to admit summers are tough with all the humidity and, sometimes hurricanes, but spring, fall and winter are delightful. :lol:
Sep 19, 2013 10:06:30   #
bcheary (a regular here)
 
Ron K. wrote:
Just camer back from Lake Placid (NY). It was 25 degrees out a few mornings ago.


:thumbup: :thumbup:
Sep 19, 2013 10:29:11   #
EdJ0307 (a regular here)
 
Lived in Southern California for a number of years. No snow or ice there either. The weather people on TV would always say, "everybody loves the weather in San Diego", "everybody loves the weather in San Diego". What they failed to mention was that the insects, vermin and reptiles loved it also. I estimated that there were 3.2 million ants for every human living in San Diego county. People found rattle snakes in their back yards. You don't see too many cats. They were always being invited to dinner by the coyotes but not as guests. We had a cat that went out roaming one day and never came back. And I've heard it said that any house over four years old will have termites. I can attest to that last part.
Sep 19, 2013 11:46:05   #
bcheary (a regular here)
 
EdJ0307 wrote:
Lived in Southern California for a number of years. No snow or ice there either. The weather people on TV would always say, "everybody loves the weather in San Diego", "everybody loves the weather in San Diego". What they failed to mention was that the insects, vermin and reptiles loved it also. I estimated that there were 3.2 million ants for every human living in San Diego county. People found rattle snakes in their back yards. You don't see too many cats. They were always being invited to dinner by the coyotes but not as guests. We had a cat that went out roaming one day and never came back. And I've heard it said that any house over four years old will have termites. I can attest to that last part.
Lived in Southern California for a number of years... (show quote)


:lol: :lol: I too lived in S. California from 1961 to 1972 then in the Monterrey Peninsular 1973 to 1977. Never had your bad experiences. The only time I encountered rattlesnakes and coyotes was when I went out into the desert looking for them. Now termites that was another matter. Those little buggers are everywhere.
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