New Yorker’s Giddy With Anticipation For The Superbowl

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14 Responses to New Yorker’s Giddy With Anticipation For The Superbowl

  1. Coco Lakota says:


    A link so similar horrors north of the border

  2. EW3 says:

    Having been born and raised in NYC, I have to say that the one adjective I would NOT use to describe NYer’s is giddy. 😉

  3. Perry says:

    What’s one New Yorker’s giddy? Some kind of plaything? How embarrassing for a Super Bow(e)l.
    The errant apostrophe strikes again.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      You should have trusted you first instinct, Perry. It is about one New Yorker’s giddy. The one in the picture. Looking down at her giddy, see? No errant apostrophe here. An errant giddy.

  4. Anything is possible says:

    The latest GFS run has New York staying below freezing until well after the Superbowl :

    http://wxweb.meteostar.com/sample/sample.shtml?text=KNYC

    via Joe Bastardi (twitter) :

    “The 12z run of the GFS is as outrageous as I have ever seen for cold. I have a tough time believing it can stay that cold. for that long.”

  5. Don says:

    C’mon Steve, you Photoshopped that. We all know that snow is a thing of the past.

    Oops, just looked outside my window in the Sound Shore area and it looks like snow, but I know better. Must be the coffee doing that to me.

    • stewart pid says:

      Exactly Don …. you don’t dare believe your lying eyes since the experts have assured everyone that snow is a thing of the past.

  6. NikFromNYC says:

    The Shake Shack outdoor heaters, kitty-corner to the Flatiron building, add to our urban heat island, but not enough today for the usual Silicon Alley professionals and JavaScript Kiddies:

  7. Bob Greene says:

    So that’s where all our snow went. It can stay there. I’d be surprised if it stayed below freezing for the next 12 days.
    Richmond, VA, closed schools for two days, salted the roads yesterday in anticipation of the big snow storm. We had flurries for 15 minutes around noon at air temp 38F.

  8. Brian H says:

    Just to drive home the point: NEVER us ‘s to indicate plural. A simple s suffices.

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