} If he was a birthday clown, it was "blow up." If it was on the grassy
} knoll, it was "mow up." If he was the vice principal, it was "show up."
} If he was a Starbuck's barrista, it was "joe up." If he was on a creek
} without a paddle, it was "row up." If he was an anti-gravity physicist
} it was "flow up." If he was Australian, it was "snow up." If he was a
} rhyme-impaired stockbroker, it was "Dow up." If he was a pizza chef,
} it was "dough up." If het was Charlemagne, it was "bow up," or "arrow
} up," or "crossbow up." If he was the prince of light, it was "go up."
} If he was the prince of darkness, it was "no up."
} You owe the Oracle your eternal gratitude that your question has been
} answered by the author of 783-10 which says, in part, "Yes, it does
} snow in Australia. It's just that it's warm snow and it falls up."