white gold

I wrote this post up a month ago, but we’ve been getting even more snow in Salt Lake since I wrote it and the roads haven’t been much better. I don’t understand what the Salt Lake Snow Fighters are doing.

The snow that had fallen in the Salt Lake area at the beginning of the year had already cost the city $3.6 million to remove. That was in the beginning of January for goodness sake, and after spending that much money, busy roads were still treacherous. We should get a refund. Heck, for $3.6 million, I’d be willing to take matters into my own hands.


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  1. Good Lord! Is that a snowblower or an armoured tank?

    Comment by Renee on February 11, 2004 @ 7:27 am
  2. Your hands are awfully close to the auger. Be careful — the last thing we need at work are handless programmers.

    Comment by Cameron on February 11, 2004 @ 7:47 am
  3. I get it. You lost your leg in an accident and instead of going for a wooden leg, you opted for a snow blower prosthetic.

    Good choice.

    Comment by Mel on February 11, 2004 @ 8:09 am
  4. It’s kind of like the Evil Dead movies. His leg was possesed by a snow-demon, so he cut it off. He attached a prosthetic snow-blower in its place to more effectively battle the demon onslaught!

    Comment by Levi on February 11, 2004 @ 9:21 am
  5. If you must know, I used to have a prosthetic motorcycle and I decided it was time for a change.

    Comment by dan on February 11, 2004 @ 10:41 am
  6. I bet your left leg is really strong now. That snowblower looks mighty heavy.

    Comment by Mel on February 11, 2004 @ 1:06 pm
  7. A snowblower as a prosthetic leg, eh???? Hmm, I like that idea. Imagine your snowblowing capabilities. Brilliant! Perhaps one day mankind will evolve into some sort of snowblowing-super-being.

    Comment by jason on February 11, 2004 @ 3:47 pm

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