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Will you make a trip to a warmer climate this winter?

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  2. More than likely
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JackAaah

Dec-24-13 8:35 AM

Missy...that is what keeps us Democrat Party people going....

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Missy1

Dec-23-13 7:37 PM

Well PJ, that is something you keep saying. If you don't like North Dakota and live here, move. If you don't live in North Dakota, you don't have a clue about anything, including North Dakota. You really are depressed about life.

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locomotive

Dec-23-13 5:26 PM

Your point, bacl?

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bushandcheneylied

Dec-23-13 4:35 PM

Everyone knows at least one person that takes the North Dakota winter off to go to a warmer climate.If you dont it must mean your not a resident.

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locomotive

Dec-23-13 3:31 PM

The ray of sunshine - the bedazzling, wintery sunshine of North Dakota - has spoken.

Perhaps we should all put on our darkest glasses to tone it down and tune it out, before we're stricken by the light.

Have yourself a Merry little Christmas

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takkak

Dec-23-13 10:11 AM

Heck ya, plane tickets outta here are dirt cheap Dontcha know...

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muleskinner

Dec-23-13 3:54 AM

Definitely, that's what airplanes are for. At 550 mph, you're on the beaches of Brazil in a day.

I will definitely take a trip and go inside into the confines of my house, and that's about as far as I need to go to be in a warmer climate.

Much better climate inside your house than outside this time of year.

Besides, the snowbirds flock in the spring and fly north to a better climate.

The geese definitely make a trip every year to a warmer climate, never fails. When you can fly and take it easy at about 40 mph at an altitude of maybe 4000 feet, not much in the way in your flight path, might as well make your flight a trip. It's the Life of Riley when you can fly like an eagle. When the time comes, you fly south because it is warmer than up north and up north has become much colder. No money, no luggage, just a pair of wings is all you will need.

In 60 days, give or take, it'll start to warm more each day; there's hope even if winter is a war of all against all.

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The1RugbyReader

Dec-23-13 1:23 AM

I am not an old rich retired guy...

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