Thursday, March 02, 2006


You know what they say about Provo, if you don’t like the weather, just wait five minutes.  You know what?  They say that everywhere.  And everywhere you go they seem to think that their weather is more variable than anyone else’s.  Weather changes unpredictably and quickly people; your city isn’t special.  Unless you’re in California, where everything’s always perfect.  Except for the drive-bys.  But weather-wise it’s obviously top notch and we all hate you for it.  

But in terms of weather, Provo has been quite strange lately.  It was 65 on Monday.  You can’t complain too much about 65 in February.  Then Tuesday it rained all day, which I can and did complain about.  Today we got back near 60, but then we have snow slated for later this week.  What did people do before Weatherbug?  An even scarier question is what did we all do before Mapquest?  And if you think back really hard you may be able to remember a time when there was no internet and we had to bring pictures to Kinkos to get them blown up into posters, haggling all the while whether or not they were copyrighted.  Basically life sucked back then.  This obviously has nothing to do with Provo’s unpredictable weather.  And on an equally unrelated note: I have a girlfriend now.

Song of the day: “All These Things That I’ve Done” The Killers  

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