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Old Man Winter Isn't THAT Old

Why this incomparable season should be carded.

by Greg Asimakoupoulos
January 19, 2007

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Old Man Winter Isn't THAT Old
Old Man Winter's
not that old.
He's still virile.
It's so cold.

He's not weak.
His strength is scary.
His bulging biceps
leave us wary.

Healthy lungs?
He lacks no breath.
When he coughs,
there's brutal death.

Caution! When he
blows his nose,
arctic blasts
bring swirling snows.

This old man
still has his teeth.
When he bites
there's no relief.

And his fingers
sure can reach.
From New York
to Newport Beach.

Windstorms,
blizzards, icy roads.
He's to blame.
He's not that old.

If he tried
to buy some beer,
he'd be carded.
That's quite clear.

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mattie from liberty writes:
January 19, 2007

Brrrrrrrrrr!!!!!

Mr. Moo from pasture in the midwest writes:
January 21, 2007
Thanks Greg. With 6" + on the ground of new snow and drifts up to the udders, the only good news is there are no smart alack high school kids out cow tipping!



Steve Rankin from Jackson, Mississippi writes:
January 25, 2007
Won't "global warming" (aka "climate change") eventually put Old Man Winter out of business?

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