2011-02-10 / Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

QUESTION: Do you believe Groundhog Staten Island Chuck’s prediction that we will have an early spring? Why or why not?
Compiled by Bill O’Neill




“I never believe in what the groundhog has to say. Any animal that sticks its head in the ground all day doesn’t have too many intelligent things to offer.” –Floyd Kilgore, Canarsie “I never believe in what the groundhog has to say. Any animal that sticks its head in the ground all day doesn’t have too many intelligent things to offer.” –Floyd Kilgore, Canarsie

“I believe it’s true, because of the winter we are having. It came early and strong. So that means spring will come quick and strong.” –Brian Murphy, Bushwick “I believe it’s true, because of the winter we are having. It came early and strong. So that means spring will come quick and strong.” –Brian Murphy, Bushwick

“All that stuff with the groundhog is just conjecture. Why don’t they pick some other animal?” –Wayne Fleshman, East New York “All that stuff with the groundhog is just conjecture. Why don’t they pick some other animal?” –Wayne Fleshman, East New York

“I’m hoping that we do get an early spring. If not, I guess Chuck is in trouble. People are counting on him.” –Emma LaSalle, Canarsie “I’m hoping that we do get an early spring. If not, I guess Chuck is in trouble. People are counting on him.” –Emma LaSalle, Canarsie

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