Thursday, February 11, 2010

Weather Update, Letterman's Survivor Top Ten Video

As of about 6:30 PM last night, the snow was officially just shy of waist-high to a six-year-old. Y'see, I don't own a yardstick, so I had to stick a kid in the snow. Christian from the third floor was happy to comply. No, he's not one of the rowdy mal-parented kids. He was out there with his mother building a snowman and playing. It's the most snow the Brooklyn native boy has ever seen. I think we're talking in the vicinity of 18 inches, nearby Westfield has an official 17.5".

Last night David Letterman's Top Ten featured castaways from Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains. Here's the video --

Christian's Snowman


meb said...

OMG... that is some kind of snow. That kid will be buried alive if he doesn't get back in the house. Loved the snowman.

And I loved the picture of Jeff and Jordon... they were smiling and that's a good sign, even if it was staged.

I won BB with Jordon, so I'm hoping the two of them can repeat a victory for me. Remember, I still have bragging rights until BB 12 starts.

kristengilmore said...

This snow has been insane. Philadelphia got 28.5 inches last weekend, so I'm not sure how much more we've gotten since then, but its a lot. There is an entire fort outside my dorm building.

joy n said...

Wow! That's a lot of snow. Us upstaters feel a bit guilty for getting hardly any.

Christopher's a cute kid and a pretty good snowman builder.

I'll bet Russell thinks he should have been the number one reader of the top ten instead of nine. LOL!

meb said...

Record breaking snow accumulation for you guys up north. We had 3 inches and thought we should have the Governor call a State of Emergency. I live in NC. Hey, we're supposed to be the south...

They said DC broke the 1899 record for snow fall with 60+ inches. I can't imagine.

Stay safe and warm you guys.

Nana in the NW said...

Those of us in the Pacific Northwest have had hardly any snow(none for me in Tacoma, Wa.) I'll bet the people in Vancouver, Canada would LOVE to get your snow. They have been making snowing and trucking in from other areas for the Olympics. I am pumped with them being in my time zone. I will get to see lots of events live(on TV, not in person)!!

Nana in the NW

Sydney said...

that snowman is pretty darn perfect. MAN it is a great way to measure to stick a person in that snow. I have no idea how all those people got to Letterman's in that kind of weather but worrying about that kind of thing and making it happen NO MATTER WHAT used to be my job... one I am not missing right about now, lol.

Laurie said...

What a great snowman!