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  • I shoveled that shiat all day and now I'm forgetting about it with beers and bong hits, thank you very much Subby
  • He gave you all the clues, Mr. Subby.
  • Yeah, we got hammered pretty good. We had around two feet drop over the weekend where I live in central, WI.
  • A good two feet fell here in Stevens Point- I passed a snowmobile getting pulled over by the police on a Main Street yesterday.
  • Totally normal.

    After all it is only January 46th, 2018
  • AngryDragon: Totally normal.

    After all it is only January 96th, 2018


    FTFM
  • scubatuck: A good two feet fell here in Stevens Point- I passed a snowmobile getting pulled over by the police on a Main Street yesterday.


    Yeah, I'm about 20 minutes away from Point and we got about the same. I'mma have to figure out where I'm gonna park at work until our boss comes in with the plow truck.
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    Please note that a Representative from the Bearded Men Wearing Plaid Local 838 will be contacting you with a cease and desist letter for your vicious defamation of our proud union by using a snowblower to clear approximately 3/8ths of an inch of snow. In the future please remember that all bearded men wearing plaid have a responsibility to our brothers to keep our collective image strong and fierce, and to please refrain from using a snowblower until the depth of snow is at least six inches (unless, of course, your neighbor is a dick and you want to piss him off at 3 am, then the minimum depth required is three inches unless superceded by local bylaws). If the use of a snowblower at shallower depths is deemed necessary, please respect union rules by dressing accordingly in something frilly and backless.

    Very Truly Yours

    Beardy McBeardo, Rep #813469
  • 20 inches here in N.E. Minneapolis :(
  • It started snowing Friday evening (well, hailing really), and it never stopped.  I think it's still snowing.

    /Mother Nature is just farking with us now.
  • MNguy: 20 inches here in N.E. Minneapolis :(


    Yeah, but it didn't seem to snow much since last night. I am not sure why all the schools are closed. I suspect that they just can't get all the parking lots cleared in time. The roads should be pretty good by now.

    I wouldn't know because I have to stay home with the kids today after being home with them three days last week due to flu. When I actually get in to work I find out that my workers are a bunch of slackers.
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    Please note that a Representative from the Bearded Men Wearing Plaid Local 838 will be contacting you with a cease and desist letter for your vicious defamation of our proud union by using a snowblower to clear approximately 3/8ths of an inch of snow. In the future please remember that all bearded men wearing plaid have a responsibility to our brothers to keep our collective image strong and fierce, and to please refrain from using a snowblower until the depth of snow is at least six inches (unless, of course, your neighbor is a dick and you want to piss him off at 3 am, then the minimum depth required is three inches unless superceded by local bylaws). If the use of a snowblower at shallower depths is deemed necessary, please respect union rules by dressing accordingly in something frilly and backless.

    Very Truly Yours

    Beardy McBeardo, Rep #813469


    I believe I am in compliance here in the Upper Peninsula.
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    Please note that a Representative from the Bearded Men Wearing Plaid Local 838 will be contacting you with a cease and desist letter for your vicious defamation of our proud union by using a snowblower to clear approximately 3/8ths of an inch of snow. In the future please remember that all bearded men wearing plaid have a responsibility to our brothers to keep our collective image strong and fierce, and to please refrain from using a snowblower until the depth of snow is at least six inches (unless, of course, your neighbor is a dick and you want to piss him off at 3 am, then the minimum depth required is three inches unless superceded by local bylaws). If the use of a snowblower at shallower depths is deemed necessary, please respect union rules by dressing accordingly in something frilly and backless.

    Very Truly Yours

    Beardy McBeardo, Rep #813469

    Eh. It's Spring ya know?
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  • Fark this winter. It was 81F here on Friday, below freezing today.

    Who ordered this shiat.

    / just happy to not be buried in snow like you poor bastards
  • GameSprocket: MNguy: 20 inches here in N.E. Minneapolis :(

    Yeah, but it didn't seem to snow much since last night. I am not sure why all the schools are closed. I suspect that they just can't get all the parking lots cleared in time. The roads should be pretty good by now.

    I wouldn't know because I have to stay home with the kids today after being home with them three days last week due to flu. When I actually get in to work I find out that my workers are a bunch of slackers.


    Plows haven't come by to get our alley since yesterday at about 5pm.
  • Global warming y'all.

    /actually needing to mow my lawn every week or two for the past month in western Oregon
    //dumping rain lately so now the lawn is a soggy mudpit
    ///slashies
  • I guess April has chosen to identify as January.
  • The Minnesota March For Science (canceled due to inclement weather) scheduled for the weekend with its focus on global warming, combined with the Al Gore Effect pretty much assured this. Nature can be cruel.
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    Please note that a Representative from the Bearded Men Wearing Plaid Local 838 will be contacting you with a cease and desist letter for your vicious defamation of our proud union by using a snowblower to clear approximately 3/8ths of an inch of snow. In the future please remember that all bearded men wearing plaid have a responsibility to our brothers to keep our collective image strong and fierce, and to please refrain from using a snowblower until the depth of snow is at least six inches (unless, of course, your neighbor is a dick and you want to piss him off at 3 am, then the minimum depth required is three inches unless superceded by local bylaws). If the use of a snowblower at shallower depths is deemed necessary, please respect union rules by dressing accordingly in something frilly and backless.

    Very Truly Yours

    Beardy McBeardo, Rep #813469


    agreed
    /in appleton
    //snow was 3 inches above the top of the inlet
    ///three
  • jjorsett: The Minnesota March For Science (canceled due to inclement weather) scheduled for the weekend with its focus on global warming, combined with the Al Gore Effect pretty much assured this. Nature can be cruel.


    Meteorology is a science.
  • KungFuJunkie: tommyl66: [img.fark.net image 801x538]

    Please note that a Representative from the Bearded Men Wearing Plaid Local 838 will be contacting you with a cease and desist letter for your vicious defamation of our proud union by using a snowblower to clear approximately 3/8ths of an inch of snow. In the future please remember that all bearded men wearing plaid have a responsibility to our brothers to keep our collective image strong and fierce, and to please refrain from using a snowblower until the depth of snow is at least six inches (unless, of course, your neighbor is a dick and you want to piss him off at 3 am, then the minimum depth required is three inches unless superceded by local bylaws). If the use of a snowblower at shallower depths is deemed necessary, please respect union rules by dressing accordingly in something frilly and backless.

    Very Truly Yours

    Beardy McBeardo, Rep #813469
    Eh. It's Spring ya know?
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    Topless snow-removal service?
  • It's not January 96th. It doesn't snow this much in January. The air is too cold and dry for that. Only later in the season is it wet enough for this to happen. In a more perfect world we'd have gotten two inches of rain instead.

    / We didn't get two feet of snow in Milwaukee. We got the same amount of water though. It landed in the form of rain, slush, freezing rain, and snow, so what I moved off the driveway was three inches of crap that weighed 40 pounds per shovelful. Good thing the thrower was up to the task, but holy shiat I was exhausted afterwards. From running the thrower. That's never a good day.
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