by Pat Darnell
CHICAGO (Reuters) – [SOURCE, read Article HERE] " ... A colossal winter storm stretching from New Mexico to Maine hit the heartland of the United States with snow, high winds and freezing rain on Tuesday, and experts said the worst was still to come as the storm moved northeast and temperatures were set to plunge. (Visconti, Guy; retrieved, Feb 2, 2011) ... "MooPig Enterprises depends on the fine reportage of its award winning Field Correspondents. Our first line journalists bring an edge to MooPig Wisdom that is difficult to duplicate anywhere else on the Net. What we don't have is key patents, or a team of bulldog lawyers ... but soon, hopefully, soon.
Today, Wednesday, while Rupe Murdoch is unveiling his ill-timed Apple Application for a mere 99 cents a month, that pre-empts mindful missile throwing of street protesters in Cairo, Egypt, we simply could not be more pleased to have reports of the near death experiences of our Midwesterner Reporters.
Why the Midwest? They have had their third largest snow storm ranking behind a storm in the 1960's and another in the 1990's. That shows us this is a "thirty year" event give or take a decade, plus some folderole tundra melting, and glacier receding murky business ... What it actually means to America's Motor Town, and to the Big Shoulder Chi-town, and the Gateway to Western Expansion St Louis, remains to be seen. It turns out, this type of storm effects the politics of the near future of these metropolises in their respective Mayoral races, and in local postpositions. It will come out you wait and see.
"Aw, remember the storm of twenty eleven?" many will pine in years to come. Meanwhile, the pictures and emails are pouring in, and not about the storm exclusively. Other concerns ascend in the aftermath of the blizzards. It comes to heart; who will stay strong using a mere shovel to clear walkways, and side roads? Eh? Who can weather the balls deep snow drifts and snow plowed mounds with humble ice scraper before mounds turn to solid sheets of pelvic crushing ice floes?
Infrastructure, dude, infra-structure.
URBAN WORD of the DAY -- February 2: Snowbooking
" ... To constantly update your status or post on Facebook during a snowstorm. Normally, because your stuck inside and bored out of your mind.
" ... Also can be used to describe Facebook users who constantly discuss, complain, or post pictures about a snow storm.
Sarah must be snowed in and bored, because she's been snowbooking since the storm started.
The roads haven't been plowed so everyone's snowbooking.
Comment: " ... As you might be able to tell, we are having a blizzard-like time of it up here, which leaves me with too much time to dabble on-line.
Please allow me the privilege of sharing this link now, and then to send you the CD later.
Riccardo/The Tulsa WannaBe Kid: ... "