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Old 11-14-2010, 12:53 PM   #1
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Need to be dragged out of the snow?

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Old 11-14-2010, 03:56 PM   #2
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Re: Need to be dragged out of the snow?

SNOW is a four letter word... please don't use that kind of language around me! I had to wear my long knickers yesterday working an auction in Albuquerque. Sold lots of hot foods. And nights are hitting freezing now. WHY did I agree to stay here this winter?
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Re: Need to be dragged out of the snow?

This is just about as bad. was in Denver, co years ago. note around 25 second mark...

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Re: Need to be dragged out of the snow?

Yeah, that video is pretty fun to watch. It's stupid x3.
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Old 11-15-2010, 10:15 PM   #5
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Re: Need to be dragged out of the snow?

I seriously thought Miz Dreadlocks in the Denver video was going to get kneecapped. But the first video . . .

The driveway was clear in FRONT of the car. With all those guys there, they could have pushed the stuck car forward into the clear, and with a running start and perhaps a push, it could have been backed straight out into the middle of the plowed road. No need to get out the tow strap, but where's the fun in that? But the first idiot obviously had originally started his backward right turn while still in the driveway, starting the whole chain of events . . . .
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