How can you tell it’s nearly May, high up in the Rockies?
All the fresh snow is usually a good sign.
Wow. One Saint Bernard with a barrel of freshly mixed dry martinis has been dispatched to your location. Remain calm. Help is on the way!
That’s a nice pic. I remember last year wearing a jacket at the Fourth of July picnic here in Missouri. I don’t expect this year to be much warmer, especially if Helka joins her sister in Iceland and blows up.
But we are still all gonna die in a fiery CO2 fueled cataclysm.
If unpronounceablevolcanoiniceland’s bigger sister decides to wake up, there’s going to be hell to pay. We’d be looking at at least the equivalent of Pinatubo. And Summer temps were noticeably cooler for a couple of years after. If it’s much bigger than that then we may get a repeat of the “year without a Summer” that occurred back in the 1800s. Was that Krakatoa? Whatever it was, they were getting snow in July in England, if I remember my history right. I’d look it up, but I couldn’t really give less of a shit if I tried, right now. Too much to drink, too many cigars, too happy after finally fixing a confounding bug.
Where’s my martini????
Has the Saint Bernard in question been trained to operate a snow blower?
Is that ManBearPig over on the right border?
So that’s where Mr. Freeze is. Healing Gaia by his presence. Pretty soon, global warming will commence with full-blown summer. How will he ever cope?
Why isn’t he down where the oil rig is, freezing the oil? He is still a moron.
Hey, is that a snowdrift, or did Al Gore just take off his shirt?
It’s times like that you really want to see some of that global warming. Oh well, nothing to do but curl up with your spouse and a beverage. Cheers, Steve!
Don’t forget, it’s almost two more weeks until the traditional Cinco de Mayo snowstorm.
Yea! I can’t wait. Not really because I am out on the praire and we probably won’t get snow, but I bet we get a tornado warning.
Dear Mr. Green,
We regret to inform you that the first Saint Bernard is incapable of operating your snowblower, due primarily to his appreciation of martinis. We have dispatched a teatotaler for the next attempt at rescue. This one does operate snowblowers and should arrive shortly. We’ve given him a second batch of martinis for your trouble. We look forward to Mr. Gote’s next visit.
Eldridge J. Tipple
Client Services Specialist
Saint Bernard Rescue Services of North America
A Division of Smirnoff Distilled Spirits LLC
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