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Cup of Coffee: Wonderful Weather is ending…

cupcoffeeWow we have had fantastic weather these holidays, but it soon will end and outside now it is starting to drop, both the snow is blowing and the mercury is going down. I will not complain as we have had wonderful weather and the ground was almost empty of snow. Sometimes we get a break here in Moscow and this year that break from the weather was extended. Those are my thoughts as I sip a cup of wonderful coffee…

I see thousands of articles about how the weather with Russia and America have switched. I see thousands of articles that proclaim Global Warming is to blame. I see thousands of articles blaming HAARP. I see just thousands of articles that blame anything and everything there could be and I see thousands of articles about how terrible it is in America. I realized that all these articles are to distract people and it is working…

I have to say that the Americans are crying as loud as the Russians did years ago when the temperatures in Russia hit record highs and we burned up half the country in wild fires. Seriously the Americans are acting like a bunch of wimps who have frozen butts, just like the Russians acted like a bunch of wimps years ago as they thought their hair was going to catch on fire from the heat. I swear people complain about everything and I hear people complaining about the weather we have had in Moscow, but not me! I won’t complain and I can tell you that Sveta has loved this warm weather…

Oh no! Here comes the cold weather… đŸ™‚

Everyone get warm or cooler! Whatever the need is where you are located and have fun. Have a nice day…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

4 Comments

  1. Diane+Nicole+Black January 14, 2014

    Lol, Kyle to the comment about “they thought their hair would catch fire…” Too funny! It was REALLY cold here and we are not accustomed to it. I was in Omaha, Nebraska instead of where I live…Texas. And, it was pretty darn cold. The trade off was the beautiful white snow!

  2. kKeeton Post author | January 14, 2014

    Diane+Nicole+Black: Poor Russians really thought that Hell had come upon this country when the temperature hit 100 degrees. They just did not know what to do with heat like that. Why Russians think fans are evil. Though air conditioning is becoming more accepted. They do not even have air conditioning in many cars (though that is changing fast). It just is not needed. So normally everything is cool and wet all the time, even in the summer. Then when it dried out from drought and the temperature raised to a hundred, they did not stop their normal field burning that they do ever year. They burned the whole country up. They were not able to understand that high temperature and dry weather equates to wild fires from any burning. Russians love to burn their fields off every year and I swear that Russians are their own worse enemies…

    I grew up in the Midwest in America and we had terrible winters in the Ozarks. Terrible heat in the summer and my last home in Kentucky was the same way. So I am very use to it and I like the weather anyway I get it. Today it got near -20 last night and it feels normal outside now. We had a warm Christmas and I called it the “Bahamas” around Moscow, temperature wise…

    Thanks for stopping by…

    Kyle

  3. Jakarta July 3, 2014

    I know you, man, lol

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