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Philosoraptor Meme | HOW DOES THE PERSON WHO DRIVES THE SNOW PLOW GET TO WORK? | image tagged in memes,philosoraptor | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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THEY RIDE THEIR TAUNTAUN TO WORK | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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I CAN GIVE YOU A GOOD DEAL ON THIS LESSER KNOWN RARE MINIATURE TAUN | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Ha ha, good one!
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Steve Harvey Meme | DOES ANYONE SNOW THE ANSWER? | image tagged in memes,steve harvey | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Steve Harvey Meme | THAT'S WHAT WE CALL HERE IN CANADA SPRING TIME | image tagged in memes,steve harvey | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Lol-I loved that movie--really scared me!
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I was 10. It kept me awake for a few nights.
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Yep :)
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My sincere congrats ladies. :)
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Lol!!!!!!!!!!!!
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It snowed in August while I was living in Montana--once :)
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And some also have 4WD vehicles as well. Then they spend the next 18 hours behind the wheel of the plow.
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Those guys rake in the cash in snow season. You do not arrive late for one of those shifts.
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Driving to Chicago, going into a storm, the plows were ready before go into action before it hit. By the time I drove into the storm, the road was clear and salted.
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In Wisconsin, many snow plow truckers are indy-contracted. So they have their plow shovel in the garage, until Fall/Winter and then that sucker's on the truck until March/April. They just wake up and drive. The plowing starts right on their driveway and ends all over the towns and neighborhoods they live. :) (But this was a brilliant meme. Upvoted!)
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:)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfirnP08FP0
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I was going to pist this too. Upvote!
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Thanks, I remember as a kid how clever this commercial was.
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Now THAT takes real driving skill! LOLOL
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No, because if it snowed THAT much, it's cold. If it's cold, he's got the heater going full blast. If the heater's going, the roof will get warm enough for that snow to fall off when he makes a turn LONG before he makes it to the interstate! In fact, it'll probably come down before he gets to the end of that street.
But yes, he is a douchbag.
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Seriously not trying to be a prick, sincere question. Have you actually lived somewhere where you can get close to that much snow? Trust me, people make it to the interstate with nearly that much snow all the time. It slowly erodes away, sometimes causing very low visibility behind them. Then there's what's known as the "white bomb" where a huge chuck flies off, potentially hitting traffic behind them.

If you've parked your car outside, it still takes at least 3-5 minutes before your car is capable of producing hot air, and even then, it will take up to 15 minutes before you've regulated the heat. Heat convection through the roof of the car will take much, much longer than that.
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Yes, I agree with you--depends on type of snow. The dry, powdery stuff comes right but not the heavy, wet kind.
We were once driving down a state hwy and suddenly a sheet of ice came off the roof of a van and slowly spun around and crashed down right in front of us where it shattered--scared for a moment!
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Forgot one of the best scenarios. Come to a stop and forward momentum carries the snow down over the windshield.
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Oh, yeah!....the wiper blades love it when that happens! LOL x 3
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Since you're not trying to be a prick, I'll give you the sincere answer. Yes I have, and still do.
I'm in upstate New York, where we get what is called lake effect snow, thanks to both Lake Erie AND Lake Ontario (see Wikipedia for a better answer than what I can give on lake effect snow). Snowfalls of 2-4 inches per hour for up to 10 hours at a time are not uncommon for us, as are snow drifts that come up to by butt.
And while my car admittedly doesn't get to look like the car in the photo, it comes close. If I don't get outside for 2 or 3 days (I work at home), it's not unusual for there to be 18 inches of snow on my car's roof. Even THAT'S a helluva lot of snow!
And as to what Lindastark alluded to, it is unusual for Rochester to get much of that light, powdery snow. We get the wet and heavy stuff.
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On an iPhone so forgive Siri for how I know she's going to screw this up. In the Twin Cities I think we get mostly something in between, almost a bell curve. A few times we'll get light fluffy, a few times we'll get wet heavy, but mostly it seems be more in the middle. Too far south of Duluth/Lake Superior to lake effect, but we still get our share of snow dumps or people who just don't drive often enough to clean off their cars. If not mistaken, I think it might actually be illegal here to not clean the top of your car of snow. There's lots of small cities every five minutes north of here for a good 100+ miles along I-35.

Thankfully I stay in the twin cities now where it's less common.
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In Wisconsin, it IS illegal to not clean your car off. Most cities have ordinances. When I lived there, you could say they had certain laws that FORCED folks to be polite and considerate. I had no complaints. LOL
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They live in those snow plows. Takes guts.
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Yes it does. My husband had to plow snow in the mountains and that's pretty scary.
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Sorry Hokeewolf, couldn't help myself :)
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Ummm, because it's my meme--- :)
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Ohhh, I see, so my name would appear green if this was my meme?
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Yes :)
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The guy that lives in the apartment below me is a county plow driver, those guys are usually called in hours before the storm to get there rigs ready, salt loaded, etc. Then they just wait, mucho overtime.
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Yes, I can imagine the OT is good and well deserved!
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Not to mention that the pegasi are in charge of melting snow, and clearing snow clouds in Winter Wrap Up, while earth ponies do the plowing!
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Pegasi is plural for pegasus
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I know:)
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No, that wasn't the question, exactly, but that's okay :)
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Lol!!
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Not only your question doesn't make sense but more importantly.
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