Wednesday, February 06, 2008

The admiralty surveys the remnants of the fleet

The Chicago area had a massive snowstorm today. The northern suburbs, where I work, were hit hard. The snow started at about 6:30 AM and did not stop all day. Every school district--and most colleges and universities (and several malls)--across northern Illinois were closed today.

Well, every district except one.


Here's a song I like:

"Mansard Roof" by Vampire Weekend


At 10:39 PM, Blogger sherlock posited...

It was the same at UW. Buses were getting stuck everywhere from the eleven inches of snow and two foot drifts, but classes weren't cancelled until 3:30. After mine were over. I heard that a last year some law students figured out how much money they were losing when a single day of class is canceled and threatened to sue, so the school very rarely cancels class at all.

I really like Vampire Weekend. It makes me dance.

At 10:40 PM, Blogger constant_k posited...

Northwestern just canceled classes after 6, and the library closes at 12 instead of 3.

Also my professors canceled both of tomorrow's classes.

At 2:49 PM, Blogger Jason posited...

I've heard there's also a school up in central Minnesota that stays open no matter what.

At 3:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous posited...

wow jason. . . i think i have heard of that school as well!


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