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Old 11-25-2009, 03:50 PM   #71
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Yes,I saw my first Christmas exterior decorated house yesterday as well.
I've also seen a house which did have Christmas decorations adorning it. 'Did have' is the operative phrase here because the decorations had been blown off by the extremely windy weather. They were strewn over the road and pavement and I saw, presumably, the owners picking up the broken decorations whilst attempting to dodge the traffic.
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Poor bugger!...there's a house in Spennymoor Co Durham that just leaves their lights up all year!...How lazy is that, my partner wanted lights on our house and I refused. What is the point, I have 10' high gates and the house cant be seen by the road and I have no neighbours, Bah humbug!
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A crueler wind has blown in Fiorentina v Lyon tonight which blows Liverpool out of the Champions League and into the Europa Cup(formerly UEFA Cup)-ah well I suppose it was too much to ask for Lyon to win it let alone grab an equaliser-maybe this is what we needed to wake us up. I wish Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal the best of luck in their knockout stages.
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As a Portsmouth supporter you should think yourself lucky, you dont suport Liverpool
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Cheers Brianwp.
Actually I should be turning my thoughts to Chanukah soon (the Jewish festival of Lights-think Diwali without all that noise!) It comes before Christmas but although we do both in this household, we've always had a tree up until mine and my sister's teens and we put decorations up because they brighten the room and they have nothing to do with the meaning of Christmas - We have a tradition that because my sister & brother in law & his mother come to us for dinner three days after Christmas Day(rarely Boxing Day now because they got to watch their team AFC Wimbledon) so we wait to open presents, but I do open some Christmas Day from friends.

I was out this morning and noticed a real chill in the air, not because it was windy this time but there is a real drop in temperature on the way-a sunny day but freezing cold and with the wind it made most of my extremeties cold-this is the sort of weather we should have had and now will have as we rush towards December. My favourite thing is stepping out on a cold yet crisp December morning and although we don't have White Christmasses in London, I would settle for a frosty one.
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Its all to do with two factors, one its all Dickens's fault because he painted a picture of something that used to be but no longer is although the last true White Christmas(and this is determined by one flake falling on the roof of the London Weather Centre between 5am and 10pm Christmas Eve/Day) was in the early 1990's-we did have a white Boxing Day once but because the weather is changing due to global warming it all depends on various factors like wind, the jet stream and direction of wind. If it blows North it pulls the colder weather down from Scandinavia(Finland, Sweden, Iceland etc) and like this February it meets some warmer air and mixes. If the wind is pulling the other way you get milder weather or a lot of rain leading to flooding as happened to devastating effect in 2007/8. We blame Charles Dickens anyway but when it does snow here it makes it a magical place to be.
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Additional: Its more likely if you live in the North of England or Scotland(N.Ireland as well) that you will pull cold air down and get a White Christmas than in London although it has snowed in Bournemouth but not on Christmas Day. I hope I see another one before I leave this earth.

I just wanted to add something here-isn't it typical of the man whom Martin Samuel in the Mail called "a loathsome reptile"-Jack Warner, vice-president of FIFA has now said it "is England's time" to be host to the 2018 World Cup. For years he has been against us and said in the past that we are now entitled to hold it because of history-43 years since we last hosted & won the World Cup in 1966-so I wonder if this back-tracking is really genuine? We shall wait and see.
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Its all to do with two factors, one its all Dickens's fault because he painted a picture of something that used to be but no longer is
In Dickens time (circa 170 years ago) the winters were colder and there was far more snow. During this period the North Atlantic Drift (warm sea currents which make the UK's winter climate warmer than other places on the same latitude) was not that prevalent. This resulted in the UK having the same cold winters that were/are experienced in Canada and Russia.

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The last time we had a White Christmas was in 2000. I recall that there were flurries in the evening that went into Boxing Day.
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And every time a leaf falls on the line the whole rail network falls apart I am not even sure if this winter the same thing won't happen again-Boris Johnson, the London Mayor made an excuse this February about why he withheld the buses so anything is possible with that blustering Etonian oaf!

Hmm interesting draw in the FA Cup 3rd round, Man Utd to play winners of Kettering Town or Leeds Utd, Liverpool to travel to Reading and Chelsea against Watford and West Ham take on Arsenal. What a way to start 2010!
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Watching the Ireland v South Africa rugby match in Dublin yesterday, it was played in a real pea-souper of fog. It was really heavy and I thought that the game might have to be abandoned. Ireland went on to win 15-10.
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