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1 degree here in kansas city

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and grilling wings for the bama and texas game.
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I wish I was grilling some wings for any purpose cause I love wings. But I will be watching the game to night.
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good luck and repping the sec
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show me the wingsPDT_Armataz_01_12.gif
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bring me the wings!!!!!!!!!!!
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okay i will take a pic
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ya see any wings icon_rolleyes.gif
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i am actually about to eat and then will download them sorry it will be a few wife is preg and hungry
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No pics it never happened....and what game is on tonight ?????
sure wish it would warm up to 1 degree here. You guys must be going through a heat wavePDT_Armataz_01_06.gif
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Yea, it is all of that darned global warming! Oh wait, that is just a bunch of BS!
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Frozen Gore' Sculpture Fuels Debate in Alaska

Wednesday, 06 Jan 2010 11:41 PM

Another two-ton ice sculpture of former Vice President Al Gore is back in front of a Fairbanks liquor store.

"Frozen Gore" is a dig at Gore's beliefs about climate change.

The first statue went on display last year. This year's version is hooked up to the exhaust of a pickup truck to make it appear Gore is spouting hot air.

The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports the smoke drew laughs from a crowd Tuesday as a Gore speech on climate change played over a loudspeaker.

The sculpture was commissioned by two businessmen, Craig Compeau and Rudy Gavora, who want Gore to discuss global warming in Fairbanks.

"We don't agree with his theories we're suspicious of the financial motivation behind them," Compeau said.

Last year's inaugural Gore ice sculpture got national attention, including mentions on The Drudge Report, CNN, Fox News and MSNBC.

Compeau said his Web site with photos and information about the sculpture attracted 1.7 million visitors. He also was swamped with mostly positive e-mails from people who found the sculpture entertaining.

Climate change scientists say Alaska has warmed by 3 degrees Fahrenheit during the past 50 years. The average temperature for 2009 was 27.8 degrees in Fairbanks, about one degree warmer than normal, said Rick Thoman, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

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thats some good stuff
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