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Old 01-04-2015, 12:57 AM   #11
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I'll post some pics tomorrow or I should say later today as things change, lots of ice last night on top of and inch of snow.
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That was this mornings weather.

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Old 01-04-2015, 03:15 PM   #14
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I had to laugh out loud at these posts... I grew up in Cortland, NY and can't think of a crazier place for cold weather. I am happy that I ended up down south in the Norfolk area thanks to the Navy.

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I grew up in Cortland NY. Left there in 1977 and went a bunch of different places until I retired from the Air Force. We are down in Tampa on MacDill AFB with all military retired folks around us. Just 80 today but do not have to shovel at all.


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I lived in Elmira 1970/71. Worked for Sperry Rand there (Industrial Engineer) but they closed the plant. Later that year after I had moved south the Chemung River flooded the house I had been renting up into the second floor. Sperry had opened a plant in Taiwan that paid 70 cents an hour and closed us. 2000 of us went out the door. That was fairly early in what was to become the great "off shore" transfer of American manufacturing jobs. The blue collar and middle class have been screwed ever since. I was lucky enough to get a better job at a higher salary and an all expenses paid move to Florida. I was still in my late 20's. A lot of my older coworkers did not do very well. The very rich have seen their incomes soar while the average Joe has less real purchasing power than he had way back then. But corporations are making record profits while pension plans and health plans are cut or eliminated. Seems that none of the politicians represent us anymore.
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