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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by ~ taylor ~, Feb 24, 2016.
T&P's for everyone's basements staying dry
impressed with who? The earth? God?
Had mine water proofed after the great flood. Best investment ever. Of course, Berkley has shit sewer systems, so a backup is still possible.
Friday is showing upwards of six inches of snow during the afternoon commute with possibly another foot Saturday if the temps stay cold.
I assume it won’t be anything like that but fuck.
Getting up to 8 inches tomorrow morning.
Who’s the lucky guy
I thought everyone was anonymous at those jacks meetings?
Thats what my wife said, I told her more like 4
Be careful out there bitches
Potential for a half foot of snow or more Wednesday into Thursday. Cool.
life hack: marry a teacher and you'll never need to look at a weather forecast in the winter. If there's a 1% chance of a snow day in two weeks, you'll know about it.
It won't happen. But we'll get a 6' snowstorm April.
Never saw this thread before.
My mom is from Farmington Hills and I grew up coming up there every year visiting family and as we got older, we spent a lot of time in Detroit. I have always loved Michigan. It's full of great people.
Plus lakes. Don't forget our many lakes.
Holy shit...I'm not a hockey fan at all and just looked at the NHL standings. How is Detroit that much worse than *everyone* else
And we didn’t try to tank.
I haven’t seen @heesu in a while. Hmm.
Vinegar Strokes did we lose Heesu?
I haven't had physical contact with his sister since mid-Feb, so I'm good.
Yeah he’s gone for good.
This weather needs to turn ASAP with no sports. Need to be able to golf or be outside
they’re gonna take away your golf too
lol, nah man
Aaaaaannd there it is, schools closed starting monday till April 6th.
Confirmed cases in west Michigan now.
Our district is closed starting immediately. Hopefully it saves some lives.
Teacher in Farmington District has tested positive.
need to change the thread titles to something about our sports being so bad corona stopped us being able to bet on them even when it became legal
So it only impacts bars and restaurants. How about putting in an order gyms, where it’s fsr more likely to spread.
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still, nah man
Let me know how that works out for ya, man
do you read well?
Yes. Do you?
Private country clubs staying open against public officials’ advice, followed by the virus ripping its way through salmon shorts wearing motherfuckers will be a sight to behold.
you can’t read either. club houses don’t = courses
Has anyone tried this yet?
No, fuck founders.