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#32 - Never EVER mention that EVER again, TES will never be a co-op …  [+] (1 new reply) 01/28/2015 on Just Curious +1
User avatar #34 - sirfapaton (01/29/2015) [-]
I know.
I meant that rather than make MMO, they could've done it like this.
#23 - I have been there and the heat wasn't that bad actually, but i… 01/28/2015 on New York day & night -1
#9 - **pwnarn used "*roll cah answer*"** **pwnarn rolls Being so… 01/27/2015 on Let's Play CAH Part Two 0
#5 - That **** ain't no snowstorm, come over to sweden…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/27/2015 on New York day & night -4
User avatar #20 - sinonyx (01/28/2015) [-]
dude

to people who have never seen more than two inches of snow, shit like this can get people killed...

congrats, you get feet of snow a year... go to Australia and tell me how well you deal with the heat
User avatar #23 - pwnarn (01/28/2015) [-]
I have been there and the heat wasn't that bad actually, but i do however have a body that can temperate quite good.
#9 - anonymous (01/28/2015) [-]
It was supposed to be a bad snowstorm. It didn't turn out that way.
inb4 That shit ain't no bad weather prediction, come over to sweden and you'll see a bad weather prediction.
I get it, your country's the best and everyone else's is inferior.
#8 - lolkeklol (01/28/2015) [-]
well when summer in NYC and Philadelphia can get into the 90's+ people cant just focus on winter weather. every heard of the jet stream?
User avatar #7 - kilotech (01/28/2015) [-]
except no one really has snow tires because it's not worth it just to use them every couple years
#2 - But why? Don't you ppl have winter tires? I mean, that's barel…  [+] (28 new replies) 01/27/2015 on New York day & night +25
User avatar #6 - travishein (01/27/2015) [-]
We don't have winter tires, because we don't live in the land of endless winter. We have all season tires. The ban was in place so that emergency vehicles could clear roads and the ban was lifted early this morning. They were calling for 18 to 36 inches up and down the coast (Philadelphia up to Maine). They do this in most major cities to keep the roads clear enough for salt trucks to get through.
#25 - dudeabcd (01/28/2015) [-]
Dude Belgian winter are way milder than New York winters and we're obligated to have winter tyres... As soon as it's under 7°C winter tyres have signifanctly shorter braking distances
User avatar #27 - travishein (01/28/2015) [-]
I'm not disagreeing with you there. We used to have mandates for winter tires, but they went away years ago. I live in an area where we get snow, and then it is gone within a day or two...and that's only a couple times a year. So winter tires aren't something that we would really consider (I have a 4wd Jeep, so I just kick into 4 high and keep a safe distance). We hover around 40 (Fahrenheit) for daytime highs where I live.
#33 - dudeabcd (01/28/2015) [-]
Well it's the same here, our average is 6°C (43°F) high and 0°C low (32°F).

Snowfall is pretty rare, 10-30 times a year, more in the colder winters. And snow cover is at most 30 cm where I live (It can go over the meter in some places) However we can go down to the negative Fahrenheits, so definetly some winters we absolutely need winter tyres... also it's very rare to have a 4x4 here since there's absolutely no need...
User avatar #36 - travishein (01/28/2015) [-]
Also, not to "over reply" but are your averages year round? Because the averages I described were winter only. Our summer daytime averages are between 80 and 90 degrees. If we get snow here, it might be a little in December, maybe a couple decent ones in Jan/Feb and a few flurries in March. Then spring rolls in. So, like I said, winter isn't all that harsh for us.
#38 - dudeabcd (01/28/2015) [-]
long response, but just wanted to say: people think England is rainy, but it rains more in Belgium than in southern england
User avatar #41 - travishein (01/28/2015) [-]
The world really does picture England as drab and rainy. I always assumed Belgium was mountainous and green most of the time except in the winter. The battle of the bulge always sticks out to me with all the snow covered tanks and troops up to their knees in snow. How do people in Belgium consider the US when it comes to weather. My fiancee and I joke that it's either sub-tropical with palm trees (Due to Hollywood and Los Angeles) or like we are all skyscrapers and cold like New York.
#43 - dudeabcd (01/28/2015) [-]
Belgium is not mountainous. We have hills that go up to almost 700m... nothing like the Alps. We have way less open spaces, except in those hills. the Flemish cities are the main attraction. flanders was very rich in the middle ages and 1600s and 1700s, then very poor so little change happened to some city centers, leaving them inexplicably beautiful. getting place in lists like Europe's best hidden secrets (Lonely Planet).

I like to travel and i like to talk about my country don't judge me . Ghent is really nice, and full of students also. pic is ghent
#44 - travishein (01/28/2015) [-]
No judgment at all...I love where I'm from and love to travel to all the historical places around my hometown. Annapolis has a lot of buildings that date back to the late 1600's and early 1700's as well so I'm sure a lot of the architecture and practices are similar.
#45 - dudeabcd (01/28/2015) [-]
probably, though Flemish city centres are from probably an older period. in the 1700s we were France and didn't have a lot going for us. now we have the EU capital, NATO headquarters, ... So things changed.

But what I like most about living here is how close we are to just about every major attraction in Europe. 1h30 to London, 1h or so to Paris, 1h30 to Amsterdam, Germany is really easy, ...
User avatar #46 - travishein (01/28/2015) [-]
You know, my fiancee and I are trying to come up with a "central" location for our honeymoon in Europe. I think you may have just helped me decide where...thank you for all the information!
#47 - dudeabcd (01/28/2015) [-]
Wow, I really hope you guys enjoy it! If you want, we can add eachother as friends (I almost never comment, so don't worry). that way, if you have a question, you can always ask.

I recommend you guys go to Bruges (Brugge). It's incredible for couples. Good thing about Belgium: the distances are small.

I hope you guys enjoy Europe and congratulations!

pic is Bruges
User avatar #48 - travishein (01/28/2015) [-]
Just added you. I will definitely keep getting tidbits of info from you. My family is originally from Germany, so I've always wanted to go there, and we want to go to France and maybe...maybe London. So it sounds like Belgium would be a beautiful spot to be our "mission control center" if you will.
#49 - dudeabcd (01/28/2015) [-]
you can always ask. I'll be happy to help. Now I have to leave..

I leave you with this: It's not exactly romantic, but if you have time, go to the Flanders Fields museum in ieper. It's about the trench war in WW1. incredibly impressive.

Just to illustrate: In 2014 they started to display one by one the names of the soldiers who died in the Belgian trenches. If I'm correct, that will go on to 2018, without repeating a name...
#37 - dudeabcd (01/28/2015) [-]
I like talking about stuff like this. Our winters can be very mild (in 2013-2014 it froze twice, and just freezing, so less than 0°C)... But some are pretty cold and long. I remember having snow with Easter once. Where I live in winter (Dec-Jan-Feb are all about the same temperatures, except beginning of Dec and ending of feb) it can go up to +15°C or even down to -20°C. Some places have gotten -30°C but that's very very rare.

Snow lasts sometimes a couple of hours, sometimes it can go up to almost a month and there are winters when it snows on and off for 3+ months. Spring is nice, some snow can fall, but we can even get up to over +20°C in february (very rare). In april may, june, july, august, september it CAN go over +30°C.

Summers are nice here, sometimes absolute shit. Last summer (summer vacation here is all of july and august) we got around 22°C in july, sometimes more somtimes less, but in the end of august it was raining oceans and +16°C... But then september was really nice


so: summer averages: +13 tot +20 low (sometimes less) and +14 tot +35 (record is +38) high

winter averages: 0 low to +6 high. winter records: +15°C high and -18°C low where I live. highest snow coerage where Iive was around 35cm, but some places go over 1m10
User avatar #39 - travishein (01/28/2015) [-]
Last year was a very cool summer for us comparatively. We typically get high humidity here from the end of June through to the end of September (70 to 90 percent), so summers can be a bear. It's not uncommon to see weeks during July and August in the mid to high 90's with 90 to 100 percent humidity. Last year barely made it into the 90's (like a week at the end of July) and the humidity was low. Last winter was brutal. We had wave after wave of Nor'easter and that polar vortex. It seemed like it snowed twice a week for 12 weeks straight. Iced over and just frozen. This year has been a lot more mild (for us at least).
#40 - dudeabcd (01/28/2015) [-]
yeah our winter can be like that, but i'd say over 80% aren't. Once the sea froze over here. 1963, obviously I didn't see it. people complain a lot about the weather here, but I like the variation. In march, it can snow, hail, rain and be sunny many times in the same day.

Belgium is really nice to live in. Pic shows a place in a popular student city. Every building but one in the picture is a café
User avatar #42 - travishein (01/28/2015) [-]
That's really beautiful. It reminds me of my favorite city, Annapolis Maryland. Brick streets and really historic looking.
User avatar #34 - travishein (01/28/2015) [-]
I live on the east coast (about 3-1/2 hours south of New York city) in Delaware. We sit right on the Atlantic Ocean. Just about everyone in this area has 4x4 since in the summer we like to drive onto local beaches and go surf fishing. The attached picture is of my favorite spot in the world, a state park called Cape Henlopen. It sits on the Atlantic Ocean and the Delaware bay. Good times man, good times.
#35 - travishein (01/28/2015) [-]
Sorry, forgot the pic...here you go.
#12 - anonymous (01/28/2015) [-]
Sounds to me like New Yorkers like to be told what to do. Hah, fucking pansies. "I am the Government, do what I say, its for your own good." When in fact they have no legitimate right to tell you what to do at all.

Their going to be saying this when Martial Law is instituted, and you are going to be sucking government dick.
User avatar #3 - cactaur (01/27/2015) [-]
From my understanding, it's suppose to be a really bad snow storm.
www.weather.com/storms/winter/news/winter-storm-juno-blizzard-boston-nyc-new-england
User avatar #5 - pwnarn (01/27/2015) [-]
That shit ain't no snowstorm, come over to sweden and you'll see a real one.
User avatar #20 - sinonyx (01/28/2015) [-]
dude

to people who have never seen more than two inches of snow, shit like this can get people killed...

congrats, you get feet of snow a year... go to Australia and tell me how well you deal with the heat
User avatar #23 - pwnarn (01/28/2015) [-]
I have been there and the heat wasn't that bad actually, but i do however have a body that can temperate quite good.
#9 - anonymous (01/28/2015) [-]
It was supposed to be a bad snowstorm. It didn't turn out that way.
inb4 That shit ain't no bad weather prediction, come over to sweden and you'll see a bad weather prediction.
I get it, your country's the best and everyone else's is inferior.
#8 - lolkeklol (01/28/2015) [-]
well when summer in NYC and Philadelphia can get into the 90's+ people cant just focus on winter weather. every heard of the jet stream?
User avatar #7 - kilotech (01/28/2015) [-]
except no one really has snow tires because it's not worth it just to use them every couple years
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