Thursday Apr. 24, 2014
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Winter storms now get names because of social media
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By montanaeasy56 on 11-08-12 @ 4:11 pm
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You have got to be kidding me!!!! We are naming a 3-5 inch snow storm “BRUTUS”... what will
a real snow storm be called, “GOLIATH”;;;“ARMENGEON”....or how about. “THE SECOND
COMING”. These meterologists have way too much time on their hands and way to little to do.
I wonder how many taxpayer dollars were spent to come up with the new name program for
crap that happens every damn year…MORON!!!!!!
By MrHappy on 11-08-12 @ 9:15 pm
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Would be better if meteorologists spent their time complaining in the comments area on news sites.
By montanaeasy56 on 11-08-12 @ 9:45 pm
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Certainly wopuld be more productive than a gaggle of them sittin in a room for days trying to
figure out names for an every season event…good friggin grief.
By BiggerMig on 11-09-12 @ 7:04 am
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They could name it montanaeasy56, or mayber they’re saving that for a whispy, whiny little
storm.
By RussCrowder on 11-14-12 @ 7:59 am
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No doubt they will reserve the name Rebel Rouser for the “big blow”.
By ICallB.S. on 11-14-12 @ 4:04 pm
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The next minor weather incident will be called “Crybaby” or “Candy-a**”......
 
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