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most quoted re "weather": Jonathan North Washington (10), oberon (4), Derek Gulas (3), other (3), Rianna (2)

other categories found with "weather": weirdness (7), sex (4), language (3), provincialism (3), typos (3)



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[link] heard: 28 July 2013
[edit] added: 30 July 2013

"On the bright side—uhh, inverse pun not intended—the sun has set so it won't be as hot out."

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[link] heard: 22 December 2012
[edit] added: 22 December 2012

me: "‘Draco’?"

my mother: "Yeah, they've started naming winter storms now."

me: "After what, Harry Potter characters??"

my mother: "Constellations, Latin names of things that might scare us, ..."

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[link] heard: 6 May 2009
[edit] added: 6 May 2009

(12:17pm May 5) Michael:
sudo stop --event=rain --location=seattle --reason="it's amost summer for crissakes"

(12:18pm May 5) Michael:
it worked! sorta.

(6:14pm May 6) [me]:
export LOCATION="Seattle";
configure --force;
sudo make rain;

hah! try and stop that!

(6:49pm May 6) Michael:
dude, wtf, it's raining again.
sudo killall make
sudo userdel -f Jonathan

(7:22pm May 6) [me]:
agh, it's starting up again here now..

mv /indiana/rain /seattle/
chmod a-rw /seattle/rain
chown Jonathan /seattle/rain

(Okay, I don't get the full points, because I didn't show the roothack I used to get my account back.)

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[link] heard: 14 July 2008
[edit] added: 14 July 2008

[Чоң шамал келгенде]

"Казанды карма!"

Султан аке
sarcasm, hyperbole, weather, silliness
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[link] heard: 27 April 2008
[edit] added: 27 April 2008

(16:48:45) kesuari: a place where not only it snows, but it gets to 30 °

(16:48:48) kesuari: that sounds awesome

(16:48:54) kesuari: do they keep any of them in civilised countries?

(16:49:00) [me]: heh

(16:49:05) [me]: much of the U.S. is like that

(16:49:22) kesuari: as i said, in civilised countries?

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[link] heard: 4 March 2008
[edit] added: 4 March 2008

(17:46:00) [me]: when's the beginning of spring for you guys?

(17:46:06) kesuari: 1 spring

(17:46:10) [me]: ...

(17:46:11) kesuari: 1 september

(17:46:17) kesuari: sorry, they start with the same letter

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[link] heard: 31 January 2008
[edit] added: 31 January 2008

(23:33:41) Rianna: You "saw" her? Either you mean, that she says you did, but you don't recall or that you hallucinated her while incredibly drunk, because it's too cold there for mirages

(23:35:21) [me]: no, she says I saw her, but I don't really remember. She certainly saw me

(23:35:49) Rianna: Were you wearing one of your Kyrgyz pimp hats?

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[link] heard: 13 January 2008
[edit] added: 13 January 2008

(13:54:40) [me]: the music videos are kind of Turkish too

(13:56:52) Michael: are they vaguely thuggish and/or have beautiful women prancing around in revealing outfits and silly visuals?

(13:57:05) [me]: only the silly visuals

(13:57:19) Michael: yeah, turks are into that

(13:57:25) [me]: one has a bunch of girls getting rained on

(13:57:33) Michael: just randomly?

(13:57:37) [me]: mm, no

(13:57:47) Michael: what a concept.

(13:58:00) Michael: so... you guys are just gonna sing like, you know, your concerts right. .

(13:58:45) Michael: and then, right in the middle, bam! rain.. no umbrellas, either.. then.. uh.. that was my only id ea

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[link] heard: 15 March 2007
[edit] added: 15 March 2007

"No, you see, it doesn't work that way—it's dark half the year, so you commit suicide, and the other half of the year, it's light, and you're dead."

Derek tells Rianna about Scandinavia
death, life, weather, scandinavia
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[link] heard: 5 November 2006
[edit] added: 6 November 2006

"You can tell it's cold outside when humans start turning off the lights and watching something hot inside glow."

Derek and I stand stupefied as we throw corriander at the burner on our stove and watch it glow and fizzle.
humanity, stupidity, burning
[comment] [rate] 3/5


[link] heard: 30 October 2006
[edit] added: 30 October 2006

"Father winter is groping my inner thighs."

autumn turns cold...
sex, creepiness, inappropriateness
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[link] heard: 24 October 2006
[edit] added: 24 October 2006

Derek: "Amy, you live in a boat."

Amy: "Yes, I do, and I was kept up last night because it was stormy."

Derek: "Oh, that'd be cool! Did you get sea-sick?"

Derek and Amy, discussing life at sea
coolness, sickness, sleep
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[link] heard: 25 April 2006
[edit] added: 27 April 2006

"Please, no more climatology."

Jurgen, in response to a question about sound changes in French being perhaps due to the colder-than-Rome climate
french, language, weather, science
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[link] heard: 27 February 2006
[edit] added: 27 February 2006

20:09:20 [oberon]: You have sun dials because you hope the sun will show up. Without sun, sun dials don't work.

20:09:28 [oberon]: You have universities because you hope 18 year old women will show up.

20:09:31 [oberon]: Same basic argument.

[comment] [rate] 4/5


[link] heard: 13 February 2006
[edit] added: 13 February 2006

03:37:52 [me]: I want snow sooooo bad

03:37:57 [me]: though spring would be good too

03:38:05 [Laura]: word.

03:39:02 [Laura]: My left hand was off by a key, and I subsequently typed "woes" the first time i try to type "word"

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[link] heard: 12 April 2005
[edit] added: 12 April 2005

(17:22:47) Оберон: There is snow

(17:22:50) Оберон: it is going by my window

(17:22:53) Оберон: I am glaring at it.

(17:22:54) Оберон: ...

(17:22:57) Оберон: It is not stopping.

(17:28:44) Оберон: Ooh.

(17:28:46) Оберон: It stopped.

(17:28:52) Оберон: Perhaps now winter is over?

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[link] heard: 27 September 2004
[edit] added: 27 September 2004

"I was flipping channels and it said `in Chicago it's partly cloudy; no delays are expected at O'Hare,' but I read it as `O'Hare is partly destroyed.' Then I flipped back to that channel—"wait, that's not a normal forecast.""

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[link] heard: 26 January 2004
[edit] added: 26 January 2004

"My mittens I can totally type with them on"

Aaron learns about the north
computers, weather, bad-ideas, typos, linguistics
[comment] [rate] 3/5


[link] heard: 30 December 2003
[edit] added: 30 December 2003

(02:30:26) [Shreyas]: wow, you brandeis folks are very beardy

(02:30:46) [Shreyas]: i guess you need the facial hair, being in the wilds of the frozen north and all

(02:30:51) [Shreyas]: insulation

Shreyas takes a look at my people page
insults, friends, weather, hair
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[link] heard: 10 December 2003
[edit] added: 10 December 2003

[some noise]

oberon, covered in snow: "Whoa. That snowball just, like, unsnowballed."

[comment] [rate] 4/5


[link] heard: 6 December 2003
[edit] added: 6 December 2003

(03:25:41) Aarón: youre screenshots are scary

(03:26:00) Aarón: it's like looking through the eyes of a paranoid schizophrenic

...

(03:30:27) Aarón: AH! it's 330

(03:30:42) Aarón: ok... must sleep... snow is waiting for me

(03:30:51) Aarón: i can see it building up JUST for me :)

(03:30:57) Aarón: it's calling my name

(03:31:07) Aarón: "aaaaaron, aaaaaaron.. come plaaaaaay with meeeeeE"

(03:31:16) Aarón: o wait... it's the damn pipes in my room

(03:31:23) Aarón: SHUT UP, PIPES

(03:31:40) Aarón: ok, i think I'M the paranoid schizophrenic, not your screenshot

[comment] [rate] 4/5


[link] heard: 12 August 2003
[edit] added: 19 August 2003

Person behind register at Lowes: "I hear thunder."

My father, a minute later, sarcastically, and in jest: "Well, the rain has to come from somewhere."

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