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Old 01-25-2007, 03:46 PM   #21
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I dunno, perhaps simply walkin' outside and looking up would be a start. If it's sunny outside with not a storm cloud in site, chances are I can predict it will continue to be sunny for atleast a small period thereafter.

and if you were to get on weather.com and look at radar maps you could see that even tho it's sunny there may be a giant thunderstorm moving in behind just 20 minutes away. anyone looking at the sky wouldn't know that.
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Old 01-25-2007, 03:51 PM   #22
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and if you were to get on weather.com and look at radar maps you could see that even tho it's sunny there may be a giant thunderstorm moving in behind just 20 minutes away. anyone looking at the sky wouldn't know that.
1) Who's to say that I hadn't already checked weather.com, chron.com, click2houston.com or any other source of that type of information already? Could it be that I was simply curious as to MH member opinions? NOoOo

2) Do they not amend those predictions every so often? That being the case, predicting the weather would not be considered an exact science, hence the PREDICTING and not authenticating-the weather.
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Old 01-25-2007, 03:54 PM   #23
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LMAO:laughing6 , that's funny coming from someone who averages around 50% more posts/day than do I...
hence the ":P". i know you're not a postwhore- i was trying to be ironic.
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Old 01-25-2007, 03:58 PM   #24
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hence the ":P". i know you're not a postwhore- i was trying to be ironic.
In that case, my bad....just cuz I'm going through withdrawals. Do excuse my manner's, or lack thereof...n e way, better not rain on Friday (tmrw):BangHead:
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You know what's funny, we're so bad we can debate about the f**kin' weatherman...LMAO, shyt is ridiculous:laughing6
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You know what's funny, we're so bad we can debate about the f**kin' weatherman...LMAO, shyt is ridiculous:laughing6
i know i've caught myself debating some pretty trivial things in my time, but i enjoy it, no matter what the subject. We're 1337 debaters
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i know i've caught myself debating some pretty trivial things in my time, but i enjoy it, no matter what the subject. We're 1337 debaters
Yep, I'm definately guilty of it too. I just caught myself a second ago. After re-reading Post #22 I was like shyt, I gotta stop. I was getting into a debative mindset there...
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