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Tomorrow could be dangerous

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They are predicting what could be a plowable amount of snow by the end of the day.

If I put the plow on the Silverado and get behind the wheel in the mood I'm in...

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Damn southeastern Long Island. Only 6". I want my damn snow!

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Ruh roh! I feel a Marvin Heemeyer-style rampage coming on!

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I hope it's a genuine opportunity for you to make money, Camino.
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There is a very common term in LA "let's go to the snow"...every kid says it, or hears it.

It means that the city will never see it, but adjacent mountains, from about 4,000 ft on up, can get it.

I like it that way...no snow anywhere in sea level parts of California.

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I hope it's a genuine opportunity for you to make money, Camino.

Thanks Ocn, but I quit that last year. Now it's just the ones I'm obligated to do. (Family, etc.)

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Ruh roh! I feel a Marvin Heemeyer-style rampage coming on!

Let's just say that it is a good thing that I don't live near the Ren Cen. :suburban:

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There is a very common term in LA "let's go to the snow"...every kid says it, or hears it.

It means that the city will never see it, but adjacent mountains, from about 4,000 ft on up, can get it.

I like it that way...no snow anywhere in sea level parts of California.

Same way here..that is one of the positive things about Arizona. On the other hand, two recent studies showed the several cities in the Phoenix area amongst the more boring and most illiterate in the US...wonderful. ARRGGGGHHHH

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How hard is it to put on?

You should put an add on Craigslist and make some extra money. Could help.

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How hard is it to put on?

You should put an add on Craigslist and make some extra money. Could help.

Nah, I've done it for 28 years already and that's enough.

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I have a borrowed Silverado with a blade on it, if & when it hits 2" deep, I'm off to plow down in Princeton. My buddy, whom I'm plowing for, is hopeful the 5-9" forecasts he's seeing come true- his contract pays by the inch. I don't mind it- it's something different and it pays decently.... but this is only the 2nd year I've done it; it's not old yet.

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I have a borrowed Silverado with a blade on it, if & when it hits 2" deep, I'm off to plow down in Princeton. My buddy, whom I'm plowing for, is hopeful the 5-9" forecasts he's seeing come true- his contract pays by the inch. I don't mind it- it's something different and it pays decently.... but this is only the 2nd year I've done it; it's not old yet.

It's fun for the first few decades. :lol:

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Let's just say that it is a good thing that I don't live near the Ren Cen. :suburban:

I was just about to ask...headed to the Detroit riverfront area with that plow? :D

6-10" forecasted for me.

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It was supposed to start here by 4 a.m. I am keeping watch, but nothing yet. The atmosphere is heavy, though.
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They just upped our snowfall totals to 7-10 inches. :D

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Same way here..that is one of the positive things about Arizona. On the other hand, two recent studies showed the several cities in the Phoenix area amongst the more boring and most illiterate in the US...wonderful. ARRGGGGHHHH

LOL....funny.....

Two cities in the Las Vegas valley hit the "most boring" list.......Henderson and North Las Vegas.....both suburbs.

The local news station anchors were all bent out of shape around that list.....the thought being....how could suburbs of Las Vegas, that are located so close to The Strip with all the casinos, entertainment, shows, dining, and shopping be on a list of "most boring?"

Additionally, when you consider all the outdoor activities available to residents of the valley (mountain snow skiing being less than an hour away, summer lake activities at Lake Mead 30 mins away) the "most boring" list is really hard to understand.....

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There is a very common term in LA "let's go to the snow"...every kid says it, or hears it.

It means that the city will never see it, but adjacent mountains, from about 4,000 ft on up, can get it.

I like it that way...no snow anywhere in sea level parts of California.

I heard kids would make a buck putting chains on other people's tires.

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