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Winter 2013 - 2014

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We haven't had a winter really at all year besides a cold week (lows in the 30s!) in early November. Since then it's been pretty much better than summer.

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Wow it certainly is windy on the far west side. Cuts through all the layers of clothing like a machete.

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That's the quote it but doesn't ring true. Summers can be foggy in the northern neighborhoods but it's still only 50s at night.

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please don't involve me in your wacky post-structuralist linguistics and metaphysics of identity.

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Those words are too big for me but if you want to talk about the quote there's no need to mention someone who didn't say it.

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Meanwhile, here everyone is running around in their spring dirndls. Not great for the skiing industry.

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please don't involve me in your wacky post-structuralist linguistics and metaphysics of identity.

 

Twain, essentially, was being spoken (gesprochen-sein).

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My dumb luck to have come down with a cold on Monday. It's pretty mild as colds go, but I'm a little nervous that this weather is going to turn it into something nasty.

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