Czech is snowed in.
January 27th, 2006 8:47am
What m said.
I take it that is somewhere in the mountains though? It gets like that in the mountains close to here too. Luckily. Mmmm... skiing tomorrow!
January 27th, 2006 8:50am
I think you need to invest in some better windows...and a really good snow suit.
January 27th, 2006 8:51am
I realize that USians think all of Europe is the same, but I'm actually a couple thousand kilometers away from Czech.
Yeah but that's only like, 3 miles, right?
January 27th, 2006 8:53am
I knew you were going to say that.
I am definitley not a USian.
Course when Americans do see pictures like this http://www.ucs.mun.ca/~dbehm/newPics.htm
(scroll to bottom one), they assume that all of Canada is under 4 meters of snow. And Canada is bigger than Europe...
January 27th, 2006 8:55am
If it quacks like a duck... you're a USian.
Definitely not, we have funny coloured money, know when to put a u in colour and labour, a good sense of humour, same-sex marriage, almost-legalized pot, etc, etc. We also have to pass some very agressive border guards to be in the choosen land.
January 27th, 2006 9:01am
Flasher, I'm sure from far enough away, everything looks like a duck. Or a duck-shaped blur, if you're near-sighted.
Nonetheless, as a USian I must defend Canada as being different from the US. They don't have George Bush, and I like to think they wouldn't have voted for him if they did. That's what the polls say, anyway.
January 27th, 2006 1:42pm
>> I think you need to invest in some better windows...and a really good snow suit. <<
Those *are* good windows. (assuming they're the same ones as the Germans use). It's just that there's 12+ feet of snow outside, and it's pushing it's way in. If that happened in the USA, the walls themselves would have collapsed (we typically use wood framing, not concrete blocks & stucco)
BTW, I think a few of those people are going to be late driving to work. They'd better call ahead.
January 27th, 2006 8:09pm