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  1. eyeteeth

    Psychotic link. :(

  2. mrhinelander

    Suuuuucks

    Sucks, man. Being from Maine, I know all about this, much better than I wish I did.

    There’s a reason that houses in Maine are -black- and -gray- or -black and gray-

    While houses in, say, Mexico, are festive shades of pink and green.

  3. scromp

    We seem to have swapped Novembers. You’ve got our shitty grey one, and we’ve got your nice sunny one. Uh, no tagbacks.

  4. kasheri

    The weather is making me cheerful. The hot, dry Santa Ana conditions had me so crabby, that this grey dampness is making me positively frisky. But it does make it hard to get up in the morning. What do you mean, I have to get out from under my cozy covers? It’s cold out there!

  5. klikitak

    Ditto in LA.

    The good news is its good slurpy noodle weather!

    See ya Monday-

  6. ahhhlisaaah

    The best way to spend a gloomy November day is to spend it in England at Cafe Nero with a large cup of european coffee. Obviously if I were THERE doing THAT I’d be on vacation.

    I always enter this time of year kicking and screaming. I just never want to trade in the flip flops for winter shoes.

    1. mcpino

      hissssssssssss!

      boooooooooooo!

  7. __procession

    LIGHT THERAPY BOXES ARE IN YOUR FUTURE

    i wholeheartedly agree with this post. what are you doing this weekend? i need to do something “fun” and “uplifting,” as the days are too damn short for me.

    UGH WHERE ARE YOU SUN AND 95˚ WEATHER COME BACK HERE THIS INSTANT.

  8. djfntstque

    serves you right for all those pyrotechnics last month. Way to blow your load

  9. comandanteagi

    livin la oc gloom

    Yeah, I felt the same way this week.

    After all the smokey, ashy air I was hoping for some clear skies.

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