Maybe we have a different definition of blizzard. The only one I lived through in 71 years here was in 1978. Also our few tornadoes wouldn’t even register in Oklahoma. Global climate catastrophe…the Earth is immense and always changing. Realistically, humans have almost no effect on the climate. Temperatures may go up or go down.
I worked in public housing in the 90’s. Every Christmas a truck would arrive and give all the children a new bicycle. By early summer the yards were littered with discarded bikes. When things are free they don’t have as much value.
Nod to Perry Como. Great song. “Counting My Blessing.” Google it!
Maybe she is grounded for using the scissors.
We are cat people and have never had a dog, however I think this is very funny.
The Ohio River, which is along the eastern and southern border of Ohio, rarely has a flood that causes loss of life thanks to flood control dams and our normal weather.
Well, here in East Central and South East Ohio there is plenty of higher ground, no hurricanes, tornadoes are rare, as are blizzards, and drought. Yes there was a train derailment but that was a very rare and not a natural occurrence. Just wanted to point out how great it is to live here not suggesting people move here by the thousands. Arlo and Janis would be welcome though.
No. Slavery is when you are owned by another.
Perry Como’s Catch A Falling Star