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That is how the screaming channel 5 presenter finished her weather report: "More weather tomorrow".
i thought that would be a Day Today quote or something
either one of 4 things
1) There will be weather tomorrow, because there is every day.
2) they couldn't be bothered to conclude with an emma jesson 'bye bye'
3)They will be on the telly again tomorrow with a weather update
4) It will rain tomorrow
And, therefore, she is saying that she is confident that the atmosphere around the planet will not disappear overnight and we will have weather tomorrow. Now, if she does not say "more weather tomorrow" every day should the viewers fear that the atmosphere will disappear and we will all die?
Now you've thought about ti haven't you.
I will have to watch her weather report every day for the rest of my life, or her career, and if she fails to say "more weather tomorrow" then I'll know that the end of the world is upon us and I can go party.
it's "More 'Weather' tomorrow!" with 'Weather' designating a television show dedicated to the forecasting of atmospheric change.
So, the weather report programme will be longer tomorrow?
You state that "weather" is the title of a television programme, 'Weather', and then state that more 'Weather' means more information about the weather tomorrrow. Is it more weather or more 'Weather'?
which is information regarding the weather.
surely SOMEONE can establish an ubermensch state?
that some kind of tautology, of sorts like saying 'bachelors are unmarried men'.
beacuase it is possible, as I state above, that the atmosphere could disappear thus leaving the planet weatherless.
that's a possibility, though unlikely.
but bachelor means a man who has not been married.
thinking about this (posssibly too much)
If she didn't mean "there will be another weather news section tomorrow" (which I think she probably did mean) the question of what she might be infering is an interesting one.
What is "no weather" I would put forward the suggestion that 'no weather' as a concept does not require there to be no atmosphere, it could mean "no interesting/noteworthy weather". A grey windless day could be considered to be fairly devoid of weather. Just as an empty mug is not actually empty.
What do you think JDT?
I can never get JD to reply
let's just hope someone caps and uploads it to uknova.