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  1. #1 Dec. 31, 2009 - day of the pink snow 
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    Less than eight hours before the arrival of 2010, Hilltown police began what was likely their strangest investigation of 2009.

    On Revere Drive, just off of Chalfont Road, there was pink snow everywhere.

    "It was on the roofs, the grass and the nearby woods," said Officer Matthew Reiss, who arrived at the scene around 4:30 p.m. "I had no idea what we were dealing with."

    Reiss called the Federal Aviation Administration to see if the strange substance could have fallen from a plane.

    "It was covering the entire length of the roofs of seven homes," said Reiss. "I picked up some the snow that was on the ground. It had no odor or oily texture."

    As the police continued to probe the mystery of the pink snow, a resident came out and told Reiss that her son went on the Internet and believes he had found the culprit. ...
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    Global warming, now in technicolor.
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    I didn't give this story a second thought until I realized it was in my backyard's backyard. What the hell.

    It's more out jumpy way. Maybe she'll have a report or post a pic of a pink snowball.
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    Global Warming caused pink snow? Right......
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    It fell in the evening and soaked up the sunset!
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    Dont eat the yellow snow
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