Is that like saying "My water broke"? I'm glad that broken weather is working out for you, but I'm not sure we shouldn't have a repairman on call. If clouds are bursting, maybe it's even a design defect. Of course, maybe weather isn't broken, but just needs an upgrade. We can download weather 2.0 (for Windows), weather 2.11 (for Linux), or weather 1.9 bugfix (for Mac) (yeah, Mac always gets it later). I hear it brings rainbows and ponies. (Rainbows are pretty, but I'm not sure ponies falling from the sky is an improvement.)addams wrote:The weather 'Broke'.
Glad you are enjoying your new friend Suck, and hope you have a long and fruitful relationship. Back in the old days, when men were men and giants ruled the earth, the weather sometimes brought its own suck. Alas, it sucked more than just octopods; rumors of entire houses going up the shaft led to movies about Aunty Em and Toto. Maybe it's better to have a personal Suck rather than the Great Universal suck that sometimes comes around.
Oh, don't do that! (Unless you are afraid of ponies falling from the sky!) We like you around! Thank you addams for being you!addams wrote:Thank you, Time for being you.
I'll go back under my rock, now.
ETA: Seems I'm Pope of NP 2524. Decree - thank somebody for something, especially off the thread.
ETAA: Coming back from a trip to California, the sun was setting behind us, and I saw this view of the clouds out to the horizon. Note the wedge-shaped dark area - that is the shadow of the earth. Above that area, you can see sunlight scattering off the moisture, dust and crud in the air. But within that area, the sun had already set and the air-crud is not illuminated. Not shown, (I have another pic, but it's not as striking), the sun is illuminating the clouds behind more deeply than the clouds in front, which are only lit on top; evidence that the earth (or at least the cloud layer) is curving down away from the sun.