Friday, December 30, 2005

Nasa bishalom(Travel in peace) or Why winter sucks.

So, winter break is here and a bunch of Punks have escaped…to the land of milk and honey where winter is less harsh. It seems though that something strange has happened…
…Winter hasn’t come yet.

It’s so weird. Ever since The Nucular Jew left it seems that winter left with him. As anyone in New York knows, it was a rough last half of autumn. It was cold, windy, brutal, and oh yeah there was snow; THERE WAS SNOW!!! It wasn’t fall; it was a “winter preview.” WTF!! The worst was during the strike (go figure) when it was cold windy and dry; as if the hand of G-d came down to remind New Yorkers how much it rules to have and underground transportation system.

Taking a cue from the last week of fall many of us were bracing for a winter to remember; but then it didn’t come. Except for a couple rainy days (which were wet but not freezing) I have been greeted by blue skies and sun. What the hell is going on?! Can anybody explain this? Can you? Has my desire to escape to Israel this month festered in my head so strongly that it manifested itself in a climate change?

It think I know what the solution is. This strange weather seemed to start when Nukes left the country. Nukes is of British descent. As we all know Britain is cold and dreary. So wherever he goes he takes cold gray weather with him (its probably over cast in Jerusalem as I type). So the mission is clear...We need to keep Nukes out of the country. Sorry Nukes its for the good of the country; but then again...

...Winter might just be waiting. A late start to winter will mean a late start to spring and a late start to summer; so he needs to come back, like Akshav. So, come back Nukes come back.

In fact, COME BACK PUNKS ALL OF YOU. COME BACK. WE MISS YOU ALREADY!

4 Shpeils

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Blogger elder punk of zion said...

where's nukes? the weather in j-town this sabbos was awesome.

Saturday, December 31, 2005 2:20:00 PM  

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Blogger BrownsvilleGirl said...

Nopes. Not true. Nukes clearly has nothing to do with the weather because it was stunning on Shabbat and according to accuweather.com, it'll be 68* today in Yerushalayim. :)

Sunday, January 01, 2006 12:01:00 AM  

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Blogger The Nucular Jew said...

I was only in Jerusalem for a little bit, and the day I arrived it rained. It continued to be overcast until I left. It was even cloudy when I arrived in Eilat (something that is VERY rare).

Also, when I drove back up to Ra'anana, it was cloudy in Be'er Sheva. I think Ben's right. When I come back, it's going to snow! yay!

My trip is awesome, I'm meeting up with more punks in Tel-Aviv tomorrow, hoorah! I think I see a waavenfv!

Sunday, January 01, 2006 4:11:00 PM  

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Blogger Sherbert said...

eh im not too sure. Shabbat morning I woke up to go to shul and it was snowing. yep snowing. Big snow flakes too - they were pretty. Andddd later on it rained. I think Nukes has nothing to do with it. It is really cold. (although last week was kinda nice)
hmm how szfwu...

Sunday, January 01, 2006 10:03:00 PM  

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