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Old 12-19-2015, 01:10 AM
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Lamb Lebanese donair with extra lamb and all the fixings. mmmm. yummy. A Dr Pepper to help it all go down. Satiated.
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Old 12-19-2015, 01:18 AM
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I had beef swarma today. Drove 30+ kms to get that and the roads were less than ideal for driving today at Calgary. Its baffling what a hungry person can do for the right food.
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Old 12-19-2015, 03:04 AM
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Old 12-19-2015, 04:29 AM
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Anyone up for Deep Fried Big Macs and McDoubles again?
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Old 12-19-2015, 04:35 AM
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Anyone up for Deep Fried Big Macs and McDoubles again?
I dont really like big macs but deep fried? maybe....
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Old 12-19-2015, 04:39 AM
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Page 713 of this Thread. Post #7126. Enjoy.....
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Super El Niño vs The Blob! How's that for a random thought? Came to me while listening to CBC radio yesterday on the way up to the ski hill. A scientist from Victoria was describing this "Blob" of unusually warm ocean water in the Gulf of Alaska that formed around 2013 & is expected to dissipate in the near future. You'd think a community of highly educated scientific folks would come up with a more 'scientific' term for this phenom?

In any case, listening to this program about Super El Niño and The Blob duking it out over who's going to determine the weather along the west coast & inland, reminded me of the good old Japanese horror flick genre way back when. You know, Godzilla, Mothra et al. Hence the title of this thread!

Not sure who's winning, but there were certainly dire predictions about the possible effects on the snowy season due to Super El Niño. It's been a better than average start for snow sports enthusiasts thus far, so I say, bring it on, in your face Super El Niño. I hadn't heard of "The Blob" prior to yesterday so did a little research. Apparently it's had a negative effect on certain marine species adapted to cooler waters, such as salmon & brought some warmer water species up to have a look around a bit farther north.
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Page 713 of this Thread. Post #7126. Enjoy.....
Only page 181 for me. I think it depends on your browser/view preference settings.
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Ha, ha, well I thought my latest random thought was rather unique, however.....

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/im.../#.VpAAWjbSnb0

Interesting graphic further down in the above article showing The Blob, Son of Blob & Godzilla!
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I can't help but feel a little skeptical sometimes about the seemingly conflicting/changing weather/climate forecasts. I think they have much better equipment/instruments now for measuring temperatures in oceans and the atmosphere. But I also think blobs and El Ninos have been around for a lot longer than we are being led to believe.

And yeah, despite the dire forecasts, best snow and ski season here that we have seen for a long time.
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