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"Spring seems as far off as Jessica Alba's Academy Award" 

Published March 19, 2008 at 5:00 p.m.

I know the general sentiment around town is that we're sick of winter, and guess what, the feeling is not limited to Vermont. Canadian columnist Scott Feschuk wrote an open letter to Mother Nature, basically asking her what the hell her problem is.

I want to know too.

"So much snow has fallen this winter that hell itself has frozen over —and you know what that means: now Rob Schneider gets to star in anothermovie. Thanks a lot, Mother Nature: first 410 cm of snow; next, DeuceBigalow III: Gigolo Harder," says Scott.

Read more here.

And thanks to Dooce for the link.
 

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