Rain

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  • #603566

    Fashionablee
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    Yes, Those of us who live in NY are getting lots of it lately.

    Yes, it’s annoying.

    Yes, it ruins many precisely planned-out days.

    Yes, it causes so much frizz that you feel like you are in a 60s era time-warp.

    So, can I hear some cool rain facts to help me rid myself of this negative feeling I have toward one of Hashem’s most essential creations?

    #876509

    OneOfMany
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    You get to wear GALOSHES! ^_^

    #876510

    more_2
    Member

    I hate galoshes!!!!!

    #876511

    kapusta
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    Why didn’t I see that coming?

    *kapusta*

    #876512

    OneOfMany
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    ^_^

    #876513

    ZeesKite
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    RAIN ?!?!

    That’s the one of the BEST blessings HaShem send us. How much of our lives depend on it. How the whole world depends on it. Read wheat Rabbi Miller ??”? says about this topic.

    In my opinion, the dreariness and gloominess of the rainy days is only that on days when we’re not so blessed, we should at least be consoled, uplifted with the contrast of a cheery sunshine.

    #876514

    LeiderLeider…
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    Cool rain facts:

    Rain drops can fall at speeds of about 22 miles an hour.

    Rain starts off as ice or snow crystals at cloud level.

    Light rain is classified as being no more than 0.10 inches of rain an hour.

    Heavy rain is classified as being more then 0.30 inches of rain an hour.

    Louisiana is the wettest state in the U.S, which received an annual rainfall of 56 inches.

    Rain drops range in size from 0.02 inches to about .031 inches.

    Rain drops do not fall in a tear drop shape; they originally fall in the shave of a flat oval.

    Mt. Waialeale in Kauai, Hawaii, has up to 350 rainy days every year.

    #876515

    HaLeiVi
    Participant

    Kasha Yoma D’mitra Kiyoma Dedina.

    Gadol Yoma D’mitra Keyom Techias Hameisim.

    #876516

    Aishes Chayil
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    Simon Bracha

    #876517

    zahavasdad
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    Simon Bracha

    Not trying to bust anyones bubble but rain in the Us depends where you live

    If you live in NYC, it rains about 40 inches a year, In Miami its about 60 inches a year

    If you live in Las Vegas its about 2 inches a year

    If you live in Los Angeles its about 12 inches a year

    If you live in Phoenix its about 8 inches a year

    Does that Mean NY is Holier than than Phoenix?

    Does that Mean LA is holier than Vegas?

    In Jerusalem its 22 inches, is NY and Miami more blessed than Jerusalem?

    #876518

    Fashionablee
    Member

    Thank you peeps!

    Between 10:00 and 10:30, Brooklyn experienced heavy rainfall (and I mean HEAVY), in which I was caught, sans umbrella.

    You know what crossed my mind first? This thread I started yesterday! So I decided to put my own question to test. And guess what? I just splashed through the huge pools collecting at every street corner, let my freshly done hair get soaked, and let my new leather shoes shrink temporarily.

    And I smiled to myself 🙂

    Those facts and things about rain are really nice! Thanks!

    #876519

    OneOfMany
    Participant

    Why you no wear galoshes? 🙁

    #876520

    Fashionablee
    Member

    Well, I always wear wellies, but my lil sister stole them before I woke up.

    And so, alas, I forged ahead into the open world without proper footgear.

    #876521

    Ken Zayn
    Member

    Then of course we will also soon be holding the Olympic games here too where we (they) celebrate and commemorate the greek culture and way of life etc (just look where the greeks are today…)!!!!

    Looking out for all you guys… ☺

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