cold and bizarre

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    ltljoker The Great Tang Herder

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    yeah its cold here. Friggin actual snow flakes are falling.
     
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    Yeah its cold down here. A friend of mine told me this morning he had two dead iguanas in his back yard because they were on the ground flip upside down. When he approached them he surprised that they ran away. Its 42 in Sunny S. FL and raining. I know its not cold for the rest of the country but when your used to average 85 this is really cold.
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    I seen that on the iguanas on the news last night.
    Those things dont even bounce when they hit the ground.:D
     
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    wow thats pretty weird. Poor things...
     
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    hahahaha sorry i laughed really hard at how shocked you sound that snowflakes are falling cause here, our lawn has over 4 feet of snow on it, and the snowdrifts are close to 6 feet tall.
     
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