Mike Krongel Jfc, is that what you’re getting from this?! Some whacked out projection you made up in your mind? Dinosaurs I Love You To The Moon And Back Poster. I didn’t know what gale force meant. I had to look it up.
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Why tf couldn’t they just say very strong winds? Who tf says gale force? James Kok um everyone… there is gale force wind warnings on the weather channel. Let’s not kill the English language further. James Kok …pretty much everyone says it after 2nd grade. Less cussing and more vocabulary, get and read a dictionary! Dinosaurs I Love You To The Moon And Back Poster. James Kok I often say “gale force winds”. I live in the northeast and we get that strength of wind fairly often here. James Kok a lot of us knowledgeable people do. Gale force is far stronger than just strong wind. Education is priceless. Not to rub salt in the wound of your poor vocabulary but there is also a literary reference to this. Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz. Her last name was Gale. Oh yeah, it was a book before it was a movie. A series of books in fact. They used gale force because it has a specific meaning. You actually learned something. No need to dumb down the report. Phil Olson maybe the left sides of the houses we see are clean too. Maybe the front and right side of the blue house is covered. I think critical thinking or common sense or SOMETHING like that needs to be taught in elementary school in America. If you open the article towards the end there is a picture of the house and you can see the side. The ice goes back about half way.