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Steve Kuznetsov
would rather be in the mountains
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Steve Kuznetsov Mar 26
Replying to @adbsiotes
no
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Steve Kuznetsov Mar 19
Article notes no persistent weak layers in the lower 48 this spring - is that accurate? I thought the Cascades were still plagued with two unstable layers.
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Steve Kuznetsov Mar 17
Replying to @NWSSeattle
Is the data used to generate these videos available to the public?
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NW Avalanche Center Mar 14
NEW BLOG ALERT! Curious about the Persistent Slabs in the forecast lately? Read about what they are and how to manage them in this new post by WSDOT avalanche forecaster Timothy Rogers. (Photo credit: Matt Primomo)
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Steve Kuznetsov Mar 13
Replying to @opentheharbors
Sometimes I have hopes and dreams for my future then I remember your cat is cooler than I'll ever be
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NW Avalanche Center Mar 10
If you read one thing on the interweb today, make it this! NWAC Pro Observer Jeremy Allen wrote this awesome piece about a low probability-high consequence avalanche that occurred in March of last year on Ruby Mountain:
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Benjamin Pope Mar 8
Got confused about a git command, I now feel really attacked by Google
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Steve Kuznetsov Mar 9
Replying to @dgood
Only reasonable way to use their website on a 4k display... This and GutHub Dark keep me sane.
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Sarah Gailey Mar 5
A Thing I am trying to practice is not saying "I'm sorry" when what I mean is "thank you." "I'm sorry for dumping all this on you" becomes "thank you for listening." "I'm sorry to be so needy," becomes "thank you for supporting me through a hard time." &c
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Steve Kuznetsov Mar 5
Replying to @NWSSeattle
You laugh, then you cry because the truth hurts too much...
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Seattle Weather Blog Mar 3
For the first time since Feb. 9, today’s high temperature in wasn’t below normal.
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NWS Seattle Mar 3
Exposure to today's blue skies and sunshine may have led to some cases of spring fever. The prognosis is good, but symptoms may include daydreams of such things as outdoor concerts and dining, bike rides without fenders, iced coffee, and sailing.
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Paul Morie Mar 3
Funny: funny joke Funnier: funny joke, taken a little far Funniest: unfunny joke, taken absurdly far
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Steve Kuznetsov Feb 28
Replying to @vbatts
Goddamn right
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cryptid roulette @ flamecon Feb 25
[reading an eighteenth-century document] me: don't you do it my brain: ........ me: DON'T my brain: maffachufetts
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Seattle Weather Blog Feb 25
In two weeks, the sun will set after 7 pm
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Steve Kuznetsov Feb 23
Replying to @veethebumblebee
Ugh Vee that's awful. I'm sorry you had to deal with that shit today 😡
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Marie-Michelle Pepin Feb 20
Update on linkedin situation It is a small industry, and we women are part of it, Show us the respect we deserve, we aren't eye candies
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common sad girl Feb 19
does anyone remember when lol meant “laughing out loud” instead of “this is to indicate that this brief text isnt hostile”
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NW Avalanche Center Feb 20
A skier was caught in a slab avalanche, carried over a cliff and partially buried near Jackson Hole, WY. He died from traumatic injuries sustained in the incident. Our thoughts are with his family and friends. This is the 8th avalanche-related death in the U.S. this season.
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