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On the episode where the Simpsons visit Australia, Homer brings his sled to Australia but then he is informed that it is summer in Australia. If it's summer in Australia, it must be winter in Springfield. However, before they go to Australia, when they're still in Springfield, it's summer. You may say that they live in a warm climate, but, if this is so, how come it's snowy during the Christmas episodes?
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jderk writes:
This is an easy one to explain. I come from a very cold very snowy environment. But still out of the 5 snowy months we are suppose to have here. The snow comes and goes in matter of a few days. It can be in the 70's one day and beautiful shining sun, and 23 minutes later it turns into the blizzard of the year. It's just mother natures sense of humor.
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Jen writes:
It dosn't snow all the time in the winter!
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SimpsonsFan writes:
Were you expecting snow during all winter? Were you really expecting that in The Simpsons? Oh, wait! Even in rela life it doesn't snow during all winter! That is not a slip-up!
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