Siberia is starting to sound good...
Sun 24 Apr 2005, 04:02 PMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
I'm a fan of snow and cold weather usually, but at the end of April after the winter with the heaviest snowfall in recorded history in Cleveland, OH, to have more than an additional foot of heavy, wet snow is really a bit much. On the bright side, the list of world temperatures in our newspaper shows that no major city on the list is as cold as we are. Yakutsk, Siberia is close, but not quite as cold, and Reykjavik, Iceland is practically balmy in comparison. Sigh!
They do say it should stop snowing by tomorrow, although it shows no signs of letting up yet.
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What has been said:
309.1. Wild Bill (04/24/2005 02:37 PM)
Cleveland ? Oh my.
Ben. I'm sorry.
And here's me in rural scotland, missing that most basic of service - delivery pizza....
309.2. Stan Rogers (04/25/2005 10:06 AM)
I can't get the Lower Slobbovia picture out of my mind now....
309.3. Gary Roberts (04/25/2005 06:59 PM)
My fiance has been in Cleveland visiting family for the past nine days -- flew home yesterday, well, into Knoxville, TN anyway - naturally her flight was delayed!!! Doh!
Oh... She accepted a position at Medina Hospital... Know of any good Notes jobs up there??? I'm seriously starting to look but haven't found much so far... have any decent resources there? Headhunters or ??? A million thanks if you do!
309.4. Ben Langhinrichs (04/26/2005 07:48 AM)
Gary - Ah, brave man. I haven't looked for Notes jobs in a long, long time, but there are several big companies who do Notes. I'll see what I can find and if I find anything out, I'll e-mail you.
309.5. Gary Roberts (04/26/2005 08:27 AM)
Thank you from the bottom my my heart Ben!
Oh... Try to stay warm! When I moved away from Oregon in May of '99 we still had 209" of snow on the ground... (Not 20.9 but 209!!!) so I guess you could say I'm used to the snow and cold!
309.6. Christopher Byrne (05/03/2005 08:39 AM)
If you move North from NC, you need to send your current job my way:-)
309.7. Gary Roberts (05/03/2005 11:33 AM)
Chris -- I'd be happy to, if it gets to that point! This is a wonderful place to work and the people are great -- too bad I can't telecommute!