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2. Manbearpig4. Santa ClauseWhich of these is real?
I tried to make it to work in my rickshaw but the Chinaman never showed. I sprained my taint with the pogo attempt, so I opted for my car. The coworker with the Z71 couldn't make it. The 18 y/o girl with the Honda Civic got here on time.
1. Global Warming2. Manbearpig3. Al Gore4. Santa ClauseWhich of these is real?
Snow isn't shit. Ice is. There is a difference. You can't do shit on freezing rain. That's something that Yankee's seem to forget until they have an anomaly and get an ice storm. Sleet? Nothing. Snow? Just more gripping action than sleet. Freezing rain? Batten down the hatches. Now go fuck yourself.
Once the snow is packed down on the road, its no less slick than 1/2" of freezing rain.
I'm perplexed by the negative feedback. I just don't get it. What's wrong with you?
No, why are ya'll going through my myspace and stuff, obsessive??
Wrong.I lived on a street that had such a minimal decline to the North that you could place a bowling ball in the middle of the street and it would take it forever to roll North. Very slight decline. Once, it came a good 1 inch freezing rain coat on that street. I couldn't walk across the street. We had to slide across, downhill. Never had to do that on packed snow. You're comparing apples and douchebags.
I guess your snow is different than mine.
Yeah. It's snow. Not a solid sheet of ice. One is slick. One is slicker than Jimmy Sexton.
When the snow is packed down, melts a little during the day, then refreezes (while still packed), its no different. I've partaken in what you're talking about and what I'm talking about. The difference in negligible.
You don't believe in Santa Clause??
You're an idiot.
You're comparing apples and douchebags.
If snow actually melts it is water. If it refreezes it is not snow again. It is ice. If your omlette has feathers and a beak youR doing it wrong.
So, who's having sex with the hen?
Hoggly Woggly's Mom. Kinky.
I agree that there is a resemblence, but they are clearly not the same.
I am not claiming I am right, I am saying I don't get it.
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