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    I agree, very good comments today, and excellent photos. Thanks for sharing!
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    Thanks, Ryan, for your comments that had a broad scope about the whole profession of meteorology. I thought they were very interesting, and it's nice that you spent the time to try to get to the bottom of this whole "weird November" phenomenon that everyone seems to be scratching their heads about. One thing that seems to be in common between meteorology and other fields of endeavor is that the general public looks for the simplest answer ("It's global warming!"), but there are always people out there who really want to understand what's going on and will follow that path wherever it leads, and however long it takes.

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    Mike, excellent blow by blow comment today. Thanks!
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    Yes Mike, your comments really relay the incredible experience all of you had during this storm. Thanks!
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    Marty (the person) and Jan, thanks for the comments and your volunteer week. It was fun to meet you both at the special event over in Lincoln last month and to listen to Marty's (the storyteller) tales (not tails).
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    Great photos to go with today's comment. Thanks!

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    i love the one of the tower
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    The one of the tower is excellent. And the closeup of the fox is cool too.
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    What a great collection of pics! The one of the tower with the backdrop of stars is even better than the one like that in National Geographic last year. I always love the fox pics. It's going to be hard to decide which of these will be my desktop wallpaper first...
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    I agree, the tower is an absolutely beautiful shot. And the fox too, such a gorgious animal.

    Not to be a downer, but when I see the pictures of the animals, it tears me apart that people just want their fur...

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