Another lame post...but something to make you say...hrmmmmm. anyways...what do you think this winter will be like? I'm thinking it will be unusually hot, the heat will stay longer than normal, the first snow for CT will be around the middle of November, and warm up again, and December will be warmer than usual, with a hard cold spring that will yeild more snow than we've seen in years, and summer will come later than normal next year. Why do I think that??? you may be thinking... Well...in my garage...I have no food, all the food has been removed and cleaned out...the only protein type food in the garage is empty beer bottles with cigarettes dumped in them. the nights have cooled down to where I can see my breath, but warms back up in the day....Normal for this time of year in this region...but...at work it's the same...big hanger, doors are open until it gets too cold at night, and we're already breaking out the sweatshirts while we do sweating type work in the brisk weather. Strange...not really...but what is strange...is the fruit flies....or the damn normal flies. My garage has a small infestation...and there is nothing in here for them to really eat....I throw one living fly into a bottle of stale beer and it dies, but there are too many in here...and also at the hanger at work. The drains are infested with the little bugs. There are still spiders building nests and webs around the house...and I sprayed mid summer to kill off anything so the house would be pest free...but the dog is being bitten constanly by something that we actually had to go out and buy a steamcleaner to try to irradicate anything that the dog lays on in the house. The squirrels are shedding their coats of their summer fur, but they aren't really putting on any weight to get them thru a harsh winter.....and there was a butterfly flying circles around the hanger last night that lasted all night...the damn thing never landed or died...it's prolly on meth or something...but the animals this year are just staying like its still summer. Plus both of the oak trees on my property are dropping more accorns than last year, bigger and heaveir accorns...and both tree's...last year only one tree dropped the bombing nuts....I still can't figuare that out...but there has to be a reason. I learned to watch animals when the earthquake hit Kobe a long time ago. I had a male and female cat, and they were always trying to hump, but they could never get the job done...then one night....they actually did it, the noise they made at the time woke me up, and I was kinda proud of the male cat. Anyways, I've had the cats for years and nothing has happened. But that night, when they did finally get the job done...I freaked out...and a few hours later the earthquake hit Kobe...I lived about 15 mile from the most damage, but even my shack at the time had damage, and the area around us was effected....plus the GF at the time, who had huge tits, slept naked and when the quake happened, she ran outside with no shirt on....what memory....hehe.... /7th beer done....time for bed.