Skip to comments.Jan. 24 called worst day of the year (Brit psychologist calculates ‘most depressing day’)
Posted on 01/24/2005 2:57:05 AM PST by churchillbuff
Is the midwinter weather wearing you down? Are you sinking in debt after the holidays? Angry with yourself for already breaking your New Year's resolutions? Wish you could crawl back under the covers and not have to face another day of rain, sleet, snow and paperwork? Probably. After all, it's Jan. 24, the most depressing day of the year, according to a U.K. psychologist.
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Isn't today the day the Dems with the help of Bobby "Sheet" Bryd and Bag Lady Boxer try to
block delay Condi's nomination as SOS ??
It was 90F here today and forecast is for 100 tomorrow and day after.
No dreary here
Not in New England.
It's 15 below here as of 6:15 am. No time for depression as the cabin fever has taken complete hold.
It snowed almost 2 feet here this weekend - my office is closed! For the first time in I don't know how long, I'VE GOT A SNOW DAY!!
But no biggie .. I'm sitting here in my warm pajamas surfing the Internet :0)
LOL! ... It's time to go play
My most depressing day is April 15th.
The Brits have truly lost it. They can't stand the notion that anyone could possibly be happy with life, so they create crapola like this.
Another article in the Telegraph Online is a Chicken-Little effort to scare people into the global warming nonsense. They have "politicians, business leaders and leading scientists" all proclaiming that we are less than 10 years away from "global warming" because of a reported "2 degree C" rise in temperature on the earth.
Of course, as we know, the actual fact that there has been NO increase in temperature recorded since the mid-20th century doesn't make a dent in these folks' pea-brains. They're going to run around crying that the sky is falling.
This is getting fun. Y'all have a great "Most Miserable Day" of the year.
It is the pit of winter, after all. Dark, cold, and raging cabin fever all conspire to destroy one's natural sunny optimism.
This morning the temperature dipped below freezing in the northern portion of the Tampa Bay region. The long-term inhabitants are whining because it is so cold, but at least they aren't shoveling sidewalks. They still seem spectacularly unimpressed with their good fortune.
Interesting to note, that statistically the first day that the average temperature in Boston starts to go up is the 23rd of January. (Not that it's noticable this morning!)
At least your wife is a football fan, and you can enjoy Sundays :)
After the Steelers game last night I'm pretty depressed.
BAH! FIE on the bleu creu!
"Slow down, you're goin' too fast,
Got to make the mornin' last.
Kickin' down the cobblestones,
Lookin' for fun and
This may be true if one lives as close to the Artic Circle as GB. Rotters.
Bush has been newly re-inaugurated and there is lots of fresh snow on the ground. How could anybody be depressed at such a beautiful time of the year?
We take our daughter to her Air Force basic training today.
Gonna miss her being with us..........but we are so proud of her.
Her freeper name is KB4W--If you would, send her a freepmail and wish her the best :)
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