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Of the Beaver Creek Alpine Skiing Championships

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The sun rises over a view stand before the men’s downhill race at the alpine skiing world championships, Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015, in Beaver Creek, Colo. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

The sun shines brightly Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015, at the alpine skiing world championships prior to the men’s super-G competition, in Beaver Creek, Colo. The race was postponed Wednesday due to snow and wind conditions. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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    Of the East Harlem Bitter Cold Gusty Winds

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    Trees sparkle in the sun with a coating of ice on their branches in the East Harlem section of New York, Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015. Bitter cold and gusty winds overnight meant New Yorkers awoke Tuesday to some treacherous travel along roadways and sidewalks where winter’s precipitation had turned into an icy mess. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

    Icicles hang off a pedestrian tunnel in the East Harlem section of New York, Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015. Bitter cold and gusty winds overnight meant New Yorkers awoke Tuesday to some treacherous travel along roadways and sidewalks where winter’s precipitation had turned into an icy mess. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

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      Of the Western Washington White Sun

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      Sun shines through trees still standing at the Windsor Park Apartments, Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014, after a large tree fell overnight just to the side of one building, Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014, in Auburn, Wash. Gusty frigid winds moved through the area overnight in Western Washington, knocking out power to tens of thousands of customers, blocking roads, and in some areas delaying the start of the school day. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

      Ice forms on branches in the White River near R Street in Auburn, Wash., Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014. Gusty frigid winds moved through the area overnight in Western Washington, knocking out power to tens of thousands of customers, blocking roads, and in some areas delaying the start of the school day. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

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        Of the Southwest Flooding Monsoon

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        SS: i am archiving this storm so i can come back to it later. strange how the drought stricken california just missed this massive flood of rain. there must be a reason for that phenomenon. there is like some kind of force field keeping california from getting rain because as we can see the storm that produced this flood in arizona is right next door to the drought. what i really be wondering is how those cars got caught in the middle of that flood like that. it seems like they were driving along and suddenly here comes a massive flood.. “all time single-day record for rainfall” in phoenix today.

        Record-breaking rain in Arizona September 10, 2014 Residents of Arizona have a saying: “We only get about 7 inches of rain a year, but you’ll remember the night it comes.” In 2014, that memorable night was September 8. Later that day, the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Phoenix announced that the city rain gauge at the Phoenix International Airport had received 3.29* inches of precipitation. The heavy rain broke the previous calendar-day rainfall record of 2.91 inches set in September 4, 1939. Several surrounding stations recorded totals above 4 inches, and at least 2 topped 5 inches.

        Cars are stuck in flood waters on I-10 east at 43rd Ave. after monsoon rains flooded the freeway in Phoenix, Monday, Sept. 8, 2014. Heavy storms pounded the Phoenix area early Monday, flooding major freeways, prompting several water rescues and setting an all-time single-day record for rainfall in the desert city. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Michael Chow) MARICOPA COUNTY OUT

        Cars are stuck in flood waters on I-10 east at 43rd Ave. in Phoenix after monsoon rains flooded the freeway Monday, Sept. 8, 2014. Heavy storms pounded the Phoenix area early Monday, flooding major freeways, prompting several water rescues and setting an all-time single-day record for rainfall in the desert city. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Michael Chow) MARICOPA COUNTY OUT

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          Of the Conowingo Dam Susquehanna River Eagles

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          Maryland is beginning to dry out after Tuesday’s record-setting rainfall. Parts of Maryland dealt with flooding and the state broke records. Ron Matz reports 6.31 inches of rainfall was recorded at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. (CBS Balrimore Screen Capture)

          A bald eagle returns to its nest after catching a fish at the Conowingo Dam on the Susquehanna River in Maryland, in this file photo taken November 26, 2013. U.S. efforts to protect the national bird got harder on Wednesday after a federal appeals court revived a religion-based challenge to a U.S. regulation, allowing only members of Indian tribes that are recognized by the government to possess the birds’ feathers, so long as they first obtain permits. REUTERS/Gary Cameron/Files (UNITED STATES – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)

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            Of the Praia do Norte Giant Waves

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            US surfer Garret McNamara rides a giant wave at Praia do Norte, north beach, in Nazare, in Portugal’s Atlantic coast Sunday, Feb. 2 2014. According to Guinness World Records, McNamara holds the record for the biggest wave with a 78 feet wave surfed in Nazare on Nov. 1 2011. (AP Photo/Miguel Barreira) PORTUGAL OUT

            A surfer walks alongside Zurriola beach as waves crash at high tide in San Sebastian, northern Spain, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014. Authorities have announced gale-force winds for next days of up to 120 kilometers per hour (75 miles per hour). (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)

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              Of the Ocean Beach Pier High Surf Drought Waves

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              A surfer rides unusally high surf under the Ocean Beach Pier Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in San Diego. For the first time in months the weather forecast in Southern California predicts rain and a winter storm. (AP Photo)

              A surfer rides unusually high surf under the Ocean Beach Pier Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in San Diego. For the first time in months the weather forecast in Southern California predicts rain and a winter storm. (AP Photo)

              Big-wave surfers competing in the Mavericks Invitational can thank Mother Nature for producing 40-foot-high breakers — and the forecaster who predicted the perfect surf was on its way to Half Moon Bay. The huge waves are part of the same weather pattern responsible for California’s severe drought. John Blackstone reports. (CBS News Screengrab)

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                Of the ‘Snow Rollers’ White Sun

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                SS: we are starting to see some really wild winter weather ever since that polar vortex phenomena. if it continues we will have to start considering the Louisianan sinkhole catastrophe releasing tons of methane into the atmosphere as a possible cause of the extreme weather.  we might have had a global warming problem but this methane sinkhole might have put the problem into fast motion.  and people try to remember that when u go play in the snow that it is radioactive.. it will stay radioactive until usa does something.

                A “sun dog” atmospheric phenomenon appears over a farm in southern Minnesota, January 27, 2014. Chicago, Minneapolis and other parts of the Upper Midwest will have two consecutive days of subzero highs on Monday through Tuesday, according to forecasters. Highs will be held to the single digits and teens Tuesday and Wednesday across most of the Northeast, according to Accuweather.com. Officials closed schools in Chicago, Cincinnati and the Cleveland area on Monday due to the biting cold, and most districts were closed across Minnesota. The halo around the sun is caused by the refraction of sunlight by small ice crystal in the atmosphere. REUTERS/Eric Miller (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

                A “sun dog” atmospheric phenomenon appears as the sun rises in southern Minnesota, January 27, 2014. Chicago, Minneapolis and other parts of the Upper Midwest will have two consecutive days of subzero highs on Monday through Tuesday, according to forecasters. Highs will be held to the single digits and teens Tuesday and Wednesday across most of the Northeast, according to Accuweather.com. Officials closed schools in Chicago, Cincinnati and the Cleveland area on Monday due to the biting cold, and most districts were closed across Minnesota. The halo around the sun is caused by the refraction of sunlight by small ice crystal in the atmosphere. REUTERS/Eric Miller (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENVIRONMENT)

                Snow rollers dot a field at the Cleveland Metroparks Mastic picnic area Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, in Fairview Park, Ohio. The snowballs are formed when high winds roll accumulated snow across open areas. The National Weather Service has placed most of Ohio under a wind chill warning until Wednesday. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

                A snow roller sits in a field Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, in Fairview Park, Ohio. The natural snowballs form when high winds roll snow over open areas. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

                A snow roller sits in a field Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, in Fairview Park, Ohio. The natural snowballs form when high winds roll snow over open areas. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

                A snow roller sits in a field Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, in Fairview Park, Ohio. The natural snowballs form when high winds roll snow over open areas. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

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                  Of the Obama State of the Union Response

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                  SS: my response to obama’s speech ?? well first i had better things to do last night then watch obama or even listen to his speech because anything he said in it was all avoiding the biggest catastrophes in japan and louisana which caused by being inspired by pedophile pet which i think is why he pretends like nothing is happening. obama admins plan for the two catastrophies has been to do nothing. they have not been monitoring the pacific or western coast for radiation. the readings, studies, and research done so far have all been done by private citizens using their own money.

                  SS: everyone is covered though under obamacare. here is a list of some cancer treatment centers. i personally would not go to any cancer treatment center. to make a long story short not caring today will likely mean you will need one these cancer treatment centers tomorrow. instead of having a long life and collecting social security from the government instead the people will become profit for the cancer centers and profit to the government for how much money they save in social security. however one major flaw in this strategy is that EVERYBODY who did nothing will get sick including the doctors and nurses. EVERYONE is affected by this including both the democrats and republicans politicians.

                  SS: this obama admin and democrat strategy of doing nothing and pretending nothing happened leads to us population reduction .. while on the other hand we have putin in russia tell everyone his strategy is for russia to increase population by banning homosexuality influence among children. soon the US military will have a sick population to recruit from while russia will have a more healthy population to recruit from. well only a total numbtard would want to join the us military after obama uses his executive powers to strip military personel from their gun rights. the us military will soon be nothing but numbtards and mostly all sick numbtards at that. i have been talking in many blogs about how we should be focusing on studying mars and retreiving martian artifacts left from last night. how will the usa lead this endeavor when the usa has a reducing and sick population while russia will have a much more healthy population ?? the left-hander obama strategy.

                  SS: and aboput the big myra retirement plan .. all that is them preparing for the bank bail-ins and retirement account of americans will be taken to pay down the national debt.. or so they say .. of course that is really going to piss off all americans when their money is taken and they find they have no freedom of choice any longer. i think that this another strategy is going to end up as a massive disaster. just like the catastrophes of japan and louisana when they thought they knew what they were doing and now they have a nice big sinkhole volcano spewing massive methane .

                  SS: what we need is a new leadership .. there are much better ways to do things that would resulted in a stronger usa and a stronger world.. amaericans don’t have to get sick. they dont have to have their money and rights taken from them. that is the plan of a few morons who thought they knew wtf they were doing when they mahabharata the gulf of mexico . we are much much worse then we were before obama took office. the united states was not being soaked in radiation before obama became president. the california coast wasnt being fried by radiation before obama became president. we did not have a methane volcano before obama became president. i think that under barack obama’s leadership things have gotten really bad and we need new leadership. this is not normal circumstances.. we should be in an emergency and we aren’t. we listen obama talk shiat to us and threaten how how he gonna do what he gonna do whether we all like it or not .

                  Russian President Putin links gays to pedophiles 19 January 2014 MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin has offered new assurances to gay athletes and fans attending the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics next month. Yet he defended Russia’s anti-gay law by equating gays with pedophiles and said Russia needs to “cleanse” itself of homosexuality if it wants to increase its birth rate.

                  A “sun dog” atmospheric phenomenon appears as the sun shines over a solitary tree in a corn field covered in snow, in southern Minnesota, January 27, 2014. Chicago, Minneapolis and other parts of the Upper Midwest will have two consecutive days of subzero highs on Monday through Tuesday, according to forecasters. Highs will be held to the single digits and teens Tuesday and Wednesday across most of the Northeast, according to Accuweather.com. Officials closed schools in Chicago, Cincinnati and the Cleveland area on Monday due to the biting cold, and most districts were closed across Minnesota. The halo around the sun is caused by the refraction of sunlight by small ice crystal in the atmosphere. REUTERS/Eric Miller (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENVIRONMENT)

                  Cars drive under a traffic sign displaying winter storm warnings after a rare snowstorm in Kennesaw, Georgia, January 28, 2014. A rare blast of snow, sleet and ice hit the U.S. South on Tuesday, prompting three states to declare a state of emergency, closing the New Orleans airport and causing chaos on roads for drivers unaccustomed to the dangerously slick conditions. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

                  Cars and trucks are gridlocked on the I-75 interstate highway after a rare snowstorm in Kennesaw, Georgia, January 28, 2014. A rare blast of snow, sleet and ice hit the U.S. South on Tuesday, prompting three states to declare a state of emergency, closing the New Orleans airport and causing chaos on roads for drivers unaccustomed to the dangerously slick conditions. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT SOCIETY)

                  Cars and trucks are gridlocked on the I-75 interstate highway after a rare snowstorm in Kennesaw, Georgia, January 28, 2014. A rare blast of snow, sleet and ice hit the U.S. South on Tuesday, prompting three states to declare a state of emergency, closing the New Orleans airport and causing chaos on roads for drivers unaccustomed to the dangerously slick conditions. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT SOCIETY)

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                    Of the California ‘White Sun’ Drought

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                    For California, 2013 was a record setting year because we barely saw any rainfall. According to a UC Berkeley professor, it may go into the record books as the driest year in 500 years. Ann Notarangelo reports. (CBS News 5 Screen Grab)

                    The receding water line of Lake Hodges is seen in San Diego County January 17, 2014. California Governor Jerry Brown declared a drought emergency on Friday, a move that will allow the parched state to seek federal aid as it grapples with what could turn out to be the driest year in recorded state history for many areas. Fed by the San Dieguito River, Lake Hodges is a fresh water reservoir for San Diego County. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS DISASTER)

                    FILE – In this April 2, 2013 file photo, Davis Nixon, left, and Jose Ponce, walk on the dry shores of Minnequa Lake in Pueblo, Colo. Federal officials have designated portions of 11 drought-ridden western and central states as primary natural disaster areas, highlighting the financial strain the lack of rain is likely to bring to farmers in those regions. The announcement by the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Jan. 16, 2014, included counties in Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Kansas, Texas, Utah, Arkansas, Hawaii, Idaho, Oklahoma and California.(AP Photo/Pueblo Chieftain, John Jaques, file)

                    FILE – In this Jan. 9, 2014 file photo, a visitor to Folsom Lake, Calif., walks his dog down a boat ramp that is now several hundred yards away from the waters’ edge. Gov. Jerry Brown formally proclaimed California in a drought Friday Jan. 17, 2014, saying the state is in the midst of perhaps its worst dry spell in a century and the conditions are putting residents and their property in “extreme peril.” (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)

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