What is the best way to learn someone’s birthday?
Let’s assume you have a kind of formal friendship. And you would like to give a present to him, but you don’t know his birthday?
Answer by C J
Ask what sign they are? Tell the person what your sign is while reading the newspaper and reading the horoscopes.
Answer by Dave
Next time you meet him make sure you have a paper or magazine with horoscopes in it and read your own one out and then passively ask when his birthday is so you can read his one out.
Answer by Violet
You could just ask.
Keep in mind that some people aren’t “birthday people” and don’t want presents or attention on their birthdays.
Answer by berry
If it’s a formal friendship you shouldn’t invade his privacy. If it’s a love interest, you may find out from his family.
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How bad is Ohio’s 2008 winter going to be?
I have a phobia of snow and want to know what I should be expecting this upcoming winter.. I’ve heard rumours it’s going to be bad and it’s worrying me. If anyone has any input it would be greatly appreciated!
Answer by friendlystranger65
Weather forecasts in Cincinnati are accurate four hours in advance and two hours in arrears. For about two hours after the event they are pretty sure that they know what happened, and then all the data comes in and they are confused again.
[This is based on something which I witnessed]
“You know, Elmer, this afternoon at 2:15, at Madison and Edwards, it was snowing. Three blocks away at Erie and Edwards, Hyde Park Square, the sun was shining and the streets were dry. How do we score that?”
“Well, I guess it was partly cloudy. Oh, and scattered snow showers, yup, scattered snow showers.”
The Five Day Forecast in Cincinnati has slightly more accuracy than a newspaper horoscope.
Here’s my prediction, based on what I remember from 30 years here.
It will snow, lightly, at some point during November.
Sometime between the middle of December and the end of January, we will have three measurable snowfalls. At least one of them will be deep enough [one-half an inch will do] for Cincinnati to go into Chicken Little Emergency God Save the Queen Oh the Humanity Mode. The schools will shut down, starting with morning kindergarten in Walton-Verona. I never noted which agency was the last one to decide. All of Kroger’s parking lots will fill up within the first fifteen minutes of some mouth-breather on TV saying the words “It might snow.” Stores will run low on bread, milk and toilet paper. Their parking lots will stay full until all danger of clouds are passed.
Furthermore, on the first snowfall of the year, significant numbers of Cincinnati drivers will ask their perennial question, “Gee, I wonder if they have repealed the laws of physics this year?”
In short, it will be a normal year.
We cannot change the climate. There is no way of predicting what is going to happen. The only thing that you can do is adjust your anxiety level. No, I do not have advice on how to do that.
All I can offer is “one day at a time.” It’s not going to snow today or tomorrow in Cincinnati. At least not in Hyde Park Square.
[Edit] The total number of degree-days for any one point on the surface of the earth is constant from year to year. We had a mild summer, therefore we will have a mild winter. The caveat to that is that Cincinnati is at the intersection of 2-3 systems ordinarily, and we have micro-climates due to the topography and the river dumping humidity all the time. That’s what makes it so hard to predict what will happen here.
Answer by northwoodsman43
and he got that from the farmers almanac… last year
we got dumed on, no one knows what’s going to happen
now who knows we might have a mild winter.. or we might have
alot of snow hopefully not like last year
i hope we have a white christmas
traceilicious… hate to say this your thinking of tenn
a family member told me if they get a dusting schools close
here it’s more than an inch like 7” or more
Answer by traceilicious
No one can control or accurately predict the weather 100% of the time. It really is not that big of a deal, it snows, panic ensues, it melts and so on and so forth. Friendly has pretty much hit it on the head. Cincinnati will go on lock down as soon as the snow measures over an inch.
I wouldn’t worry about it too much, Mother Nature will do as she pleases with the snow. We just have to endure it.
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