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posted by [personal profile] gashin at 11:20am on 21/04/2009
You are expected to have 27˚C weather this upcoming Sunday (25˚C on Saturday). Edmonton is expected to have 7˚C weather (and flurries throughout Friday and Saturday).

In light of this, you must go outdoors and enjoy the hell out of it. Or I will hunt you down and severely harm you.
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posted by [identity profile] xanda-k.livejournal.com at 07:44pm on 21/04/2009
I was going to add a shift at work on Saturday until I saw this. Now there's no effing way I'm working.

OH MAN.
 

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posted by [identity profile] gashin.livejournal.com at 10:11pm on 21/04/2009
GOOD. You have to go frolic as my proxy.
 

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posted by [identity profile] lucidite.livejournal.com at 10:32pm on 21/04/2009
I wish I could, but as I'm working Friday, Saturday and Sunday, plus will have to study like mad on Monday, I'll just be able to look outdoors and wish my life hadn't been taken over by work/school.
 

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posted by [identity profile] gashin.livejournal.com at 11:07pm on 21/04/2009
I can appreciate that. :<

My last exam is tomorrow, so I have it relatively well-off. I absolve you from your frolicking duty as you have more important things to do!
 

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posted by [identity profile] thelastcow.livejournal.com at 03:16am on 22/04/2009
I AM SO EXCITED.

I'm working 5ish hours on Sunday, but before then and on Saturday, OH MAN. I'll think of you and send warm-vibes your way.
 

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posted by [identity profile] gashin.livejournal.com at 02:48am on 23/04/2009
Thank you! I will appreciate them. Environment Canada tells me it will be -5˚C tonight, with a 60% chance of flurries.

The amount of cold fronts Edmonton experiences is, I believe, statistically impossible. And yet...
 

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posted by [identity profile] lightcastle.livejournal.com at 03:29am on 22/04/2009
Can you hunt me down even if I'm not in Montreal? (What's the forecast in Boston?)
 

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posted by [identity profile] gashin.livejournal.com at 02:51am on 23/04/2009
Mmmm, probably not. I think the penalties for severely harming people are lesser if I stay in Canada. The Department of Homeland Security and/or FBI would probably be unimpressed if a Canadian were to cross the border into their dominion, only to beat up on an American citizen. Not a good look.

Boston's highs for the weekend: 27˚C and 29˚C! (Both have lows of 14˚C, probably at night.)
So you'll have to go frolic anyway, and if you don't, I'll hire an American to beat you up instead.
 

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posted by [identity profile] lightcastle.livejournal.com at 03:24am on 23/04/2009
I'll hire an American to beat you up instead.

Oooh! I volunteer the barista at Zing who kid of looks like you. (The short hair you)
 

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posted by [identity profile] gashin.livejournal.com at 05:36am on 23/04/2009
You must secure photos of this barista. We'll say it's so that I can ensure she's an appropriate substitute, but really it's because I've never seen any of my doppelgängers, not even a kind-of one, so I'm intensely curious.
 

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posted by [identity profile] arkenholtz.livejournal.com at 03:53am on 23/04/2009
We hit that in Toronto like, last month.
Granted, not for an extended period of days, but still.
My rooftop barbecue Friday night will not be the first evening of the year that I'll be wearing nothing but a tshirt outdoors!

Yesterday...I comfortably wore a skirt with BARE LEGS! And I was out til 3AM!!!

AH!!!!

*becomes one of those bragging Torontonians*


 

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posted by [identity profile] gashin.livejournal.com at 05:35am on 23/04/2009
*laugh* It's okay; you're in Toronto! You have to deal with some things that are worse than in Montréal, I assume, so you've full rights to brag about the things that are better.

I look forward to being able to wear skirts and dresses and shorts and...

Fun fact: I ended up in the knitting aisle at Zellers tonight, staring blankly at the crochet needles. I was somehow not convinced that one only needs a single hook to crochet. I ended up calling [livejournal.com profile] misskitty_79, who I thought once crocheted, but she had no idea so she Googled it for me. :P They didn't have a 4mm hook in aluminum, so I got a 5mm one, plus a set of crappy plastic "for kids" needles (4mm, 5mm, 5.5mm) with which to learn. And yarn suited to 4.5mm. That is horrifyingly multicoloured (easier to see where I make mistakes). *crosses fingers*
 

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posted by [identity profile] gashin.livejournal.com at 03:57am on 24/04/2009
Why am I using "hook" and "needle" interchangeably here? What has happened to the part of my brain that processed specific terminology? Yeesh.

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