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When am I going to see someone stopped for running a red light?
...and why can't kids pull up their pants? Driving around in their fast cars, playing their music too loud!
I've had around 10 days of going through this allergy. I believe I'd rather shovel snow or go through a hurricane. Seems like it gets worse every year I get older.
Even where it snows, you end up with allergies.
We have to pressure wash instead of shoveling.
I have lived where it snowed a lot. As much as I dislike the pollen and the impact it has on my and everyone else's sinuses, having to deal with pollen for 6-8 weeks beats shoveling and driving in snow for 4-6 months.
True, USTPC...I can recall waking up one morning in North Dakota after a snowy night and the 2-story house across the street was gone - totally covered by snow. I will gladly sniffle for a while.
Bull! As deep and often as it get's in Albany I'd rather have the snow.
Are you referring to the Snow, Pollen or BS?
(-: pretty much what's in Albany...... just don't step in it!
agirl_25.....................lived in North Dakota for a year.............been there, done that, and enjoy the South much more. I will accept the pollen graciously!!! (With the sneezing, runny eyes and all that comes with it.)
Yes, jdglass, so will I. Except there is not as much this year as in years past, seems to me. Only did a year in North Dakota huh....I did 4, but must admit that even with the harsh winters, it was one of my favorite assignments my husband had.
Try this at work. Make an announcement that there is a yellow car in the parking lot with its lights on. See how many people go check to see if its their car. Ha ha
Go see an Allergist. There's a great group off of Ledo Road. They help me and my family cope with our allergies.