"Hailush:" New Form of SnowRain Identified in Seattle

Dr. Seuss. Yes, Dr. Seuss. I enjoy Dr. Seuss books. I've always enjoyed Dr. Seuss books.

I suppose I will always enjoy Dr. Seuss books. I vow to keep taking pleasure in Dr. Seuss books even after it was pointed out to me that, hell, anyone can make a rhyme as long as they get to make up their own words.

So, for me now, it's a more nuanced appreciation for Dr. Seuss. It's a sort of combination of fond nostalgia for cap pistols, and riding in the bed of a pickup truck without Uncle Ward risking citation or arrest, and being eight years old in 1968 and getting to go to Disneyland--along with finding Dr. Seuss books to be annoying, for the rest of my life.

Anyone make make words rhyme if they get to make up their own words.

Posted by Mike James at January 19, 2012 1:46 PM

If you would like to do a bit a research on rain, spend a couple of years in Ketchikan. Seattle's repututation as a "wet" place is very overrated.

Posted by John at January 20, 2012 10:14 AM

Just wait till it warms up a bit. My people often refer to it as Snirt or Slirt.

Posted by Dave in PB at January 20, 2012 11:37 AM

There are 100 words for snow in the Far North.

Effing snow
GD snow
blasted snow
etc, most along the lines of:
%*%@!^%#)! snow....

A late old friend said he was going to leave Buffalo, NY,{annual 100"+ of snow} with a snow shovel on his shoulder, and head south until someone asked him what that was he was carrying...


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