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    Solid Black Wooly Worms

    Driving home this morning, after getting my haircut, I noticed several "Wooly Worms" on the road. Everyone of them was solid black.
    "So what?" you ask.
    Well, according to weather lore, the more black on the wooly worms, which are by nature orange and black, the worse the winter will be. I have found through my nearly 70 years of life that generally this holds to be true. So according to nature's signs, this winter is going to be a really cold and snowy one, especially in the Eastern part of the US. I notice that this also agrees with the Farmer's Almanac forecast.
    Of course it's just an observation but with the poor economy, using more natural gas or oil to heat your home may be expensive.
    Just something to think about.
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    Re: Solid Black Wooly Worms

    So you are saying that bugs make better predictions of the weather than weathermen?
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    Re: Solid Black Wooly Worms

    You know worms

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    Re: Solid Black Wooly Worms

    "gregair13" wrote:
    So you are saying that bugs make better predictions of the weather than weathermen?
    What do you think?
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    Re: Solid Black Wooly Worms

    im going to keep a pet worm then!

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    Re: Solid Black Wooly Worms

    I have been seeing mostly orange wooly caterpillars up here in Wisconsin


    Sux to be living in Kentucky this winter! :P

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    Re: Solid Black Wooly Worms

    "singersp" wrote:
    I have been seeing mostly orange wooly caterpillars up here in Wisconsin


    Sux to be living in Kentucky this winter! :P
    LOL
    Can I come up and have a room in Wisconsin?
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    Re: Solid Black Wooly Worms

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    "gregair13" wrote:
    So you are saying that bugs make better predictions of the weather than weathermen?
    What do you think?
    The way I tell the weather is by looking out the window. Its really not that hard of a concept.
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    Re: Solid Black Wooly Worms

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Driving home this morning, after getting my haircut, I noticed several "Wooly Worms" on the road. Everyone of them was solid black.
    "So what?" you ask.
    Well, according to weather lore, the more black on the wooly worms, which are by nature orange and black, the worse the winter will be. I have found through my nearly 70 years of life that generally this holds to be true. So according to nature's signs, this winter is going to be a really cold and snowy one, especially in the Eastern part of the US. I notice that this also agrees with the Farmer's Almanac forecast.
    Of course it's just an observation but with the poor economy, using more natural gas or oil to heat your home may be expensive.
    Just something to think about.
    I got my haircut today too!!
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    Re: Solid Black Wooly Worms

    So many penis jokes, so little time. :P
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