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The Therapy Sessions
Thursday, January 20, 2005
 

They make Pennsylvanians look tough


N.C. Declares Emergency After Snow Storm:
RALEIGH, N.C. ? A surprise 1-inch snow that turned to ice on frigid roads crippled North Carolina's capital, trapping motorists in epic traffic jams and stranding some 3,000 pupils overnight at schools. The governor urged people to stay home Thursday while crews clean things up.

I remember growing up in NC, where a light dusting could get you out of school for the day.

We once got eight inches and we were off for the week.

It kicked ass.

I probably never made up for all the education I missed.


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