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Hometown: Oakland, CA
Member since: Thu Oct 6, 2011, 03:00 PM
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People That Endanger Others Behave Badly

Too Short Weighs In On White People Using the N-Word

Driest Cities in the U.S. (in inches)

Link: http://www.currentresults.com/Weather-Extremes/US/driest-city.php
Large American cities with less than 20 inches on average of rain and snow a year:

Las Vegas, Nevada 4.2
Phoenix, Arizona 8.2
Riverside, California 10.3
San Diego, California 10.3
Los Angeles, California 12.8
Denver, Colorado 15.6
San Jose, California 15.8
Salt Lake City, Utah 16.1
Sacramento, California 18.5

These precipitation totals are averages based on weather data collected from 1981 to 2010 for the NOAA National Climatic Data Center. The major cities included in the weather rankings represent the 51 metropolitan areas in the United States with the biggest populations, all those with over one million people in 2010, according to the US Census Bureau.

More weather extremes: http://www.currentresults.com/Weather-Extremes/US/index.php

Dignified Black People

Angry Broncos Fan

Please tip him well.

This is Sportscenter--Seahawks Win--Jersey

What famous person should you get high with?


"You got: Whoopi Goldberg

Why wouldn’t you want to blaze with Whoopi? Haven’t you seen “Sister Act”? I feel like that’s all that needs to be said. “Sister Act.” I’m going to say it five more times. “Sister Act,” “Sister Act,” “Sister Act,” “Sister Act,” “Sister Act.” One more time: “Sister Act.” But I’ll only say “Sister Act 2” once."

I just want to say that...

I really wish that TV shows and movies wouldn't make snow look more glamorous than it actually is.

Before, I used to be envious of people who live in snowy areas because it never snows in my neck of the woods and our winters and Christmases/Thanksgivings are usually mild and sunny. As I hear more about the East Coast/Midwest storms on the weather channel, though, I've been slowly withdrawing my dream for it to snow out here.

"Damn. Shit. That Is Wack."

From "Not Another Teen Movie"
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