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They could sure go for a tall, frosty one right about now

Snowmen having a picnic

Y200k reports a picnic was going on in Waltham this morning.

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Yet? I bet.

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when you don't social distance.

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LESS THAN ONE ALLIGATOR APART!

(What would be the New England equivalent of a one alligator unit?)

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But what's the conversion factor between reptiles and MIT freshmen?

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Six Boston Terriers

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Adam - the link goes to a completely unrelated (albeit sad and important) Twitter thread by a Denver Post reporter who just got laid off.

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Link fixed (for anybody interested in the reporter laid off while out in the field, her story is here).

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"Children just aren't going to know what snow is." -- Climate Expert David Viner, University of East Anglia, March 20, 2000

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Come to think of it, there really wasn't much snow this year at all. This was one of the few storms since mid December and it's already gone.

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But you just keep being you.

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Remember when it only snowed a few times this winter? Boston got less than half of the average snowfall total this year, snowflake. You own yourself so consistently it’s almost impressive.

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Well, actually...that might be a bit of a reach for your scientific knowledge, I guess.

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Like most conservatives, Fish is afraid of science. He thinks children are delivered by storks. No contact delivery these days. He is ok with those children having to clean up his pollution because he is a selfish brat.

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