Another Snowstorm! Hate The Snow? Love It? Indifferent?

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — More snow. Another storm. Ugh. Are you kidding me? I’m So over it!

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Sound familiar? It should because those are the words typically used to describe this winter so far. With the exception of a few snow-loving Tri-State residents, most of us have had it to up to our ears with snow.

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How are you dealing with Mother Nature’s never-ending snow assault? Loving it? Hating it? Bored with it?

Let us be your therapist! Share your comments below.

  • Captain Obvious

    I think people may now come to accept this for what it is.

    We are in a Little Ice Age (go ahead & Google the term).

    Check out Robert Felix – he’s done the research & been speaking about this for a while – he is on the ball – IceAgeNow dot com

    A Little Ice Age doesn’t mean we will be buried under 2 miles of pure ice like the Mastodons. What it means is a slight lowering of the temps but a good increase in the precipitation – exactly what we’ve been seeing.

    Not much we can do about it (except move to warmer climate). Just good to know what we’re facing.

    I think I may see if I can take a class on How To Build An Igloo :)

  • Joe in eastern queens

    Time for reality. I hate snow. Enough already!

  • Caroline

    I love the whole Winter Wonderland thing as much as the next person but this is just too much. It has become depressing. I’m on the next flight out of here to someplace where the sun is shining and I can actually see the streets and sidewalks!

  • Todd

    THIS WINTER IS EXHAUSTING! …. And it’s only 1/26/11 … I live in the Windsor Terrace / Kensington area of Brooklyn. (E5th and Cortelyou Rd). We haven’t been plowed all day and now the snow is really piling on. PLEASE hold these people accountable. We didn’t get plowed for 3 days during the 12/26 Blizzard.

  • ebenezer whoopie

    back in my day, we had to shovel the streets ourselves. we didn’t have any fancy shmancy snow plows. if we did not clear the streets, then the fruit & vegetable cart could not get through – the milk man could not get through. my horse had a tricky time pulling my jump-seat phaeton if the snow was too deep.

  • 01608

    To my brother in Hi Y I c what u r missing.

  • sk

    The bad and the good: I am so sick of snow! Running, traveling,and the slush is so unpleasant. It also makes it so much ahrder to wake up early and get out of the house. However, there is nothing we can do about it so here is the bright side about all the snow: Take a few minute walk (when you are not in a rush to get anywhere!) and look around. You will see how beautiful the snow is on the trees, the roofs, parks. If you don’t live in the suburbs go to a big park (like central park) and see all the scenery with snow. its very tranquil and peaceful. Also kids llove to play in the snow so its is an actvity to do with your kids. This is also the kind of weather that you have that “homy” feeling” of staying inside with your big mug of hot coffee/hot chocolate. tell me what yoiiu think!

    • patty

      i agree its like a winterwonderland

  • patty

    I love the snow-it’s winter people–we live in a country where we have four seasons! four seasons…mother nature it beautiful and wonderful–we should not complain at all..its a part of of well being..lots of people depend on the snow for reasons–we should not take it for ggranted—–as long as sanitation do their jobs— we should just appreciate the grandness of our creator

  • Ellen

    I’m from New England, and the winter is now wearing me down, but what I don’t like is when relatives call from Florida telling me how great it’s there with temps in the 70’s.

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