The problem? The "snow", if you want to call that pebble-like frozen water shit that isn't close enough to hail to be called hail, is coming down.
It's hitting the black asphalt, melting on contact, and freezing again instantly because it's a whole whopping 18 degrees outside.
Now, almost every other state in the country would not view this as a real problem. I mean seriously... take into account lake effect in the upper North, or the piles of snow in Colorado, Washington, etc. Puh-leaze. But y'all are used to it. I can already see what's gonna happen here.
*cue in the redneck hillbilly muzac, and fire up the dual exhaust pick'em'up truck with no sand in the bed, or the abso-freakin'-lutely huge SUVs driven by guys with the arms of the Incredible Hulk and less than a sixteeth of his brain power*
"well little woman, Isa believes we can gets thru this juuuuuust fine. I gots me a Four-Wheel-Drive pickup/SUV and we'll just power on through this like a day at the waterin' hole".
Whatever. When their overuse and abuse of that massive 4WD gas guzzlin' bottom feedin' piece o' shit catches up to them, there will be some nasty ass accidents on the road that we can blame on the lack of significant brain usage from the backwoods asshats who measure their dick size by comparing them to the power behind the engine compartment of their souped up vehicle.
Did I mention that tomorrow is the review for the finals I have to take next week? Sonofabitch. Guess that means I get to drive in it. God/dess protect me from dipshits.
Had to go get D from kindergarten, and had the (dubious) pleasure of viewing the first accident of the season. Big souped up 4WD SUV versus itty bitty car. SUV lost control while stopping (because all four wheels started to spin independently, oh wow, what a concept!), plowed through the intersection, and took out the itty bitty car. Thankfully, no injuries reported.
FaerieLady posted at 12:16 PM
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But Kae, do you have an OPINION?! Hee. If I didn't know better, I'd think that was ME talkin'. Don't get me started. It happens up here, too, and we should know better. And then don't get me started on the flatlanders who come up here. Glad there were no injuries reported in the accident you saw. (amazing, that.)
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