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Truth - Winter Blah

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Is 5 months of grey skies, no sun, rain, and cold worth it? Who in their RIGHT mind would want to live in such conditions? I'm talking about Midwest USA and the brainwashed fools who think having 4 seasons is such a wonderful thing.
Grey skies? Yeah real fun.

Snow? Yeah real fun.
Rain? Yeah real fun.
Cold? Yeah real fun.

Granted, not everyone can live in the tropics, mild regions, or subtropics I know. But please don't tell me that a week without sun is a good thing. It just CAN'T be! You are lying.
It is DEPRESSING. It is UGLY. It is a downer times 10. Your body needs sunlight to survive, direct or indirect...some vitamin D ya know.

Yeah yeah yeah summertime is perfect...perfect for savoring because before you know it, it is over. If it was easy to just move in a heartbeat, I would. It's not, but it's a goal. That's beside the point. My point is, who are these people that justify living in such a horrid climate? Stop fooling yourselves. Stop trying to fool me.

It might be pointless to complain, but at the same time how can it be avoided? No wonder people in the Midwest are the fattest in the country. No wonder why they use drugs...drink. There's got to be a way to deal with this mess. No wonder cloudy and rainy climates contribute to high suicide rates.

I'm officially crazy. Crazy for sun. Someone hook a brother up!

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous3:51 PM

    You should have titled the blog post as; " Winter wah (wah, wah, wah)"
    QUIT crying about a little cool weather and very little snow! Yeah, the grey days suck, but it's statistically one of the worst parts of the country for overcast days in the winter. The research has been available for decades; why did you stay there? (No, we don't want to hear excuses like it's too hard to move. It's as hard or easy as you wanna make it and it isn't gonna get easier when you're older/retired)
    I suspect though, that you'd be bitching about the heat in the summer down south, or something else, somewhere else. Suck it up dude!!


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