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Topic: Game 38 - Blue Jackets @ Sens - Tue, Jan 3, 7:00pm

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Cathy wrote:
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Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


Words do not exist for me to describe just how silly I feel asking these things. Thankfully everyone (in both my digital and real life) has been understanding. Entertained, sometimes profusely so, but understanding.

I mean I was worried about a power outage during the ice storm. My 4-decades of living in SoCal brain tells me to worry about the food in the fridge going bad. Nah, I could have just put everything out on the patio and it would have been good for days. 

Pretty sure I can FEEL the neural pathways rewriting themselves in my brain!


 I think I'd be slightly paranoid about racoons taking the food on the patio.

 

I do have to have the conversation about outside food storage with my mom at Easter once in a while (e.g. it's 11C, no you can't keep stuff outside anymore!)

 



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Cathy wrote:
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Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


 have you got your winter headlight fluid in?


 evileye


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-lFAduYgXs

 

a classic



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that was a gumby save.



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Homer wrote:

This is interesting. Plants are indeed alive. 


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Russell wrote:
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Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


 have you got your winter headlight fluid in?


 evileye



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Homer wrote:

This is interesting. Plants are indeed alive. 


 That is Baby Groot dancing!



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data_sprite12 wrote:

Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


Words do not exist for me to describe just how silly I feel asking these things. Thankfully everyone (in both my digital and real life) has been understanding. Entertained, sometimes profusely so, but understanding.

I mean I was worried about a power outage during the ice storm. My 4-decades of living in SoCal brain tells me to worry about the food in the fridge going bad. Nah, I could have just put everything out on the patio and it would have been good for days. 

Pretty sure I can FEEL the neural pathways rewriting themselves in my brain!



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This is interesting. Plants are indeed alive. 



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data_sprite12 wrote:

Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!


 have you got your winter headlight fluid in?



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Homer wrote:

Sens ring one off the post. 


 And I think that's the first one (that didn't go in) for either side?



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omfg! what a save/s



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Cathy, your 'winter 101' questions are definitely a fun part of these threads!



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Sens ring one off the post. 



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Hope Kat's okay, I think this is her card so far



-- Edited by Cathy on Tuesday 3rd of January 2023 09:06:45 PM

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This is almost starting to feel like CAN-SVK yesterday



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Cathy wrote:
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Totally thought Stutzle and Chabot were gonna kiss.


is this some funny **** dabbable? 


I mean, the look on Timmy's face was pretty funny. Definitely not the funniest **** we've seen, but I think it makes the cut.

If Homer and Kat want to stop us they'll say something…right?? 


 who's says we'll listen?


 What kind of **** are y'all trying to pull here?


 When the cat's away...


 i have no idea what that's like. 



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Homer wrote:
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Cathy wrote:
Russell wrote:
Cathy wrote:

Totally thought Stutzle and Chabot were gonna kiss.


is this some funny **** dabbable? 


I mean, the look on Timmy's face was pretty funny. Definitely not the funniest **** we've seen, but I think it makes the cut.

If Homer and Kat want to stop us they'll say something…right?? 


 who's says we'll listen?


 What kind of **** are y'all trying to pull here?


 I think Homer is Losing It.



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Homer wrote:
Russell wrote:
Cathy wrote:
Russell wrote:
Cathy wrote:

Totally thought Stutzle and Chabot were gonna kiss.


is this some funny **** dabbable? 


I mean, the look on Timmy's face was pretty funny. Definitely not the funniest **** we've seen, but I think it makes the cut.

If Homer and Kat want to stop us they'll say something…right?? 


 who's says we'll listen?


 What kind of **** are y'all trying to pull here?


 When the cat's away...



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senior wrote:
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May I ask another "Cathy doesn't understand Winter" question?

My kitchen cabinets are on exterior walls. When I get a coffee mug out, it's cold, like straight out of the fridge cold. Do I need to worry about pouring water straight from the kettle?

I've been running hot tap water through the mug first. These are proper mugs, stoneware. 


 I'd be mored concerned with the apparent lack of insulation in your walls. 


 Yeah, but I can't do anything about that. lol

They're also on the bottom shelf of the bottom cabinet right now, so 4" off the ground. It doesn't feeling especially cold in the kitchen or cabinet, just the mugs.


 I don't think you need to worry about the mugs breaking. I've poured hot coffee into cold mugs without any mishaps.


 Thanks. I had one break at work a long time ago but it was a decorative glass thing not really a proper mug (and it wasn't mine, just in the community cabinet, so I didn't really care). But I *do* care about the stoneware mugs.



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Russell wrote:
Cathy wrote:
Russell wrote:
Cathy wrote:

Totally thought Stutzle and Chabot were gonna kiss.


is this some funny **** dabbable? 


I mean, the look on Timmy's face was pretty funny. Definitely not the funniest **** we've seen, but I think it makes the cut.

If Homer and Kat want to stop us they'll say something…right?? 


 who's says we'll listen?


 What kind of **** are y'all trying to pull here?



 
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