and there’s no sign of rain.
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OK HERE’S MY SECRET FOR MAKING RAIN::::::
FIRST WASH YOU CAR BY HAND IN THE DRIVEWAY
SECOND TIE YOU DOG’S UNDER A SHADY TREE AT THE FURTHEREST POINT OF THE YARD.
THIRD NOW START YOUR GRILL AND PLACE SOME NICE BURGERS AND CORN NEXT TO THE GRILL.
4 PUT ON THE SCIMPIEST CLOTHES YOU WEAR FOR AROUND THE HOUSE MAKE A DRINK SIT BACK
NOW IT WILL START RAINING JUST TO PISS YOU OFF.
BY THE TIME YOU PUT THE CAR IN THE GARAGE, RUN AND GET THE DOG’S FROM UNDER THE TREE’S GET ALL THE FOOD FROM THE GRILL AND TURN IT OFF YOU SHOULD GET ABOUT 1″ OF RAIN IN 20 MINUTES, NOW YOU GET TO DEAL WITH THE HUMIDITY……SORRY BEST I CAN DO…WE NEED IT ALSO..
wash the car, roll the windows down, yeah……thanks. just, thanks. we’ll try these things.
The hand of Zeus, no??
or, the hand of ron. yep.
The hand of God made it rain over here. It’s raining and raining and raining and thundering and lighteninging and everything. Day after day after dark threatening yummy Spring day. Wouldn’t want to fly in it, but here on the ground, it’s fun too watch and hear and smell. As for the design of this…disarmingly simple, isn’t it? Cool how the backlit hand could be facing in either direction, and by adding the “bolts” coming out of it towards us, we read it as facing us, when in fact, I imagine it’s facing the sun, as you took the picture with the other hand, yes?
yes. what we’re looking at is the back of my hand, trying to protect myself from the blistering attack. ie: tanning my palm.