[Moderated by Matt Jones]
Contrary to popular belief, the weather in Kentucky is absolutely magnificent. Yes, it will rain out of no where when there is not supposed to be any rain, and yes, it will be 40 degrees outside then the next day its 80, but this, in my opinion, is amazing. Having a screwy weather system usually pisses people off, but I’m going to tell you guys why I love it, and why if you don’t love it, you should start to consider taking it on a date sometime.
Reasons people usually hate Kentucky weather are extreme conditions, then rapid changing conditions. I’ll give you all the reasons that I love these both. Extreme conditions are desirable because we get what we want here in Kentucky (throw goggles) and what we want it always extreme. We want to sled in the winter, we want to get fried in the summer. And that’s what we get. People around here get way to caught up in their word choice. As soon as the first frost takes the grass, people say they’re miserable and would die to be by a pool. Then, as soon as its just starting to warm up, people are miserable and want it to be cool. GUYS. This is not a state for so-so conditions or actions. If you want our state to be extreme and a dominant force in all categories, look for mother nature of Kentucky to follow suit.
The rapid changing weather is literally a gift from the gods above who want us to be a force when it comes to speed and agility. When Anthony Davis woke up in February and layered up, leaving the WCL in just enough time to get to his class in 15 minutes, guess what? It was 70 degrees. He had to sprint upstairs, change to some fresh J’s, then make it on time. Mother Nature wants our sports programs to be dominant. This extra practice off the court could have been the difference this past season. Most of you will probably try to argue this with me, but literally if we could go back and erase that single moment, what if they lost? Bet you’d feel like a jack wipe. So we won’t go there.
If you can appreciate Mother Nature Kentucky, follow me on twitter. @KSR_allHAYL
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