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Two Things by Snively '11

Just a quick update

1) I’m going to be taking a 2.005 test in about an hour. Wish me luck!

2) The Prudential Center

is flashing blue and yellow. . . does this mean snow tomorrow?

19 responses to “Two Things”

  1. wendi says:

    Wait, what? Snow?

  2. Hafsa says:

    good luck on the test!!

  3. Eileen says:

    I’ve never seen snow before…

  4. Lexy says:

    Hey Snively,
    Posting from Belmont MA – I think there’s only a 10% chance of snow tomorrow. I hope we don’t get snowed on… I’m definitely not ready for winter.

  5. Vytautas says:

    Ha! The first snow here (in LT) was yesterday. It’s getting cold an I don’t even have a warm coat.

  6. Good luck on your test!
    …what is the yellow if red is snow?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Good luck, Snively!!

  8. Lynn says:

    Actually, if the Hancock Tower’s weather pole is flashing red in the summer, it means the Red Sox game has been rained out.

    The photo is of the Prudential, and it doesn’t have a beacon with iconic messages — at least none that have been made public smile

  9. Qapla’! (Good luck!)

    Course 2 ftw.

  10. Matt says:

    That building is amazing.

  11. hamsi says:

    good luckkk!!!!!

    awww i miss snow. we don’t get much in texas =P

  12. Luis says:

    Good luck on the test

    by the way, you are my favorite blogger.
    greetings from mexico

  13. Cam says:

    Signs />02139 point to no.

    Having lived in near-Boston suburbia all my life, but not actually in Boston, I am only partially ashamed to admit I have no idea what the flashing b/y means.

  14. Evan '10 says:

    Steady blue: sky’s are, too
    Flashing blue: clouds are due
    Steady red: rain ahead
    Flashing red: snow instead

    Unless it’s the middle of the summer, in which case flashing red means the Red Socks won.

    Except it’s the Hancock Tower, not the Pru.

  15. Chris O says:

    So did it snow?!?!

  16. Ryuzaki says:

    I know I’m late but had I read this yesterday I would have said GOOD LUCK!

  17. June says:


    you probably did really well, seeing everyone’s sincere wishes. smile

  18. Banerjee says:

    I’d wish you luck, but as it is, I’m too late. I will, though, wish you luck when you get the test (marked) back.