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Snowtorious B.I.G.

posted by Nell Minow
Snowpocalypse. Snownami. Snowmageddon. A couple of shots from the big snow of 2010.

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  • http://www.examiner.com/x-9207-Baltimore-Movies-Examiner Tom Clocker – Baltimore Movie Examiner

    Nell,
    I think we had somewhere around 30″ in my area. Took two of us 4 hours to shovel enough of our driveway to get 1 of 3 cars free! CRAZY!
    I am AMAZED we only lost power for about 4 1/2 hours. My area loses it when someone sneezes, so to get through Snowmaggedon with only a short outage is nothing short of a miracle.
    Hope everyone out there is keeping it safe!

  • Alicia

    Personally, I like “Snownami.” I’m hoping that I get a snow day tomorrow (Sunday) which I definitely will if the above-ground Metro stops are still closed. Cross your fingers!

  • Alicia

    Actually, I am hoping to get a snow day Monday, not Sunday.

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    We’re staying home tomorrow, Alicia — hope you do, too. And I like my cousin’s comment that this was predicted by Snowstrodomus!

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