Wednesday, February 19, 2014

I've got my freeze ray

Another winter storm coming? Bring it on!

9 comments:

K_tigress said...

We're suppose to get a rain storm.
Might need Noah's ark. LOL

Charles Johnson said...

I have lived in Southern California (where it was 90 degrees just last week) my entire life, and I've never seen a real icicle.
Is it normal for them to grow so large? What happens when that thing falls from the eave and pierces your pate? That's a little scary.

James Gurney said...

Charles, on a house like ours, which isn't insulated perfectly, the icicles can grow over six feet long. It's been cold enough to keep them frozen, but enough meltwater to make them grow. It takes more than a week to get this big. On a day like today that's above freezing, they will break off and crash down, usually into the snow below the house, but sometimes if they hit ice, they make a terrific crash. I wouldn't want to be standing under one. Bad way to go.

T. Arispe said...

This is why I love your blog. You aren't afraid to be silly.

Biram Ba said...

You may need some punchlines with this one.

http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m7oxz8Azg61qcf707o3_500.gif

Rich said...

What a sharp-and-pointy end:-)
really looks like a convincing climate weapon - it even has kind of a telescopic sight as far as I can see.
Perfect pose, sharp picture.

Kevin Mayes said...

How cool! Love it!

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