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Monroe [all bundled up, trudging through the cold weather, thought bubble]: Why am I doing this? Why am I going to class when it's 70 degrees below zero?     Monroe [thought bubble]: It's not because I like the class -- I don't! It's not because it's in m y major -- it's not!     Monroe [thought bubble]: No, Monroe, there's got to be a better reason than that! There's go to be something!     Professor [sitting at his desk]: Ah! One student showed up! Class isn't cancelled after all!

Monroe: Oh, that's right -- it's because I'm a jerk!

January 10th, 1982: Bitterly cold weather gripped much of the state as most reporting stations recorded Low temperatures of 20 below Zero or colder. Some of the coldest air settled in over much of northern Illinois overnight causing temperatures to plummet to 26 below Zero in Chicago.

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