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FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for January 14, 2015

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  almost 7 years ago

    Now how does that work with raking leaves: let the wind blow them off the yard?

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    Wren Fahel  almost 7 years ago

    One time we had a bad snowstorm. My husband had decided to wait until the storm was pretty much over to shovel our driveway, while a co-worker of his decided to go out every 1/2-hour to stay on top of it. Near the end of the storm it turned into rain and actually washed all of the snow away. My husband didn’t have to do a lick of shoveling, while the co-worker had been out during most of the storm! Who says putting it off doesn’t pay?

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    joshschr Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    I call it my solar powered snow shovel. As I walk my dog around my neighborhood, I realize I’m not the only one with this philosophy. Who’s the overachiever that came up with notion that your driveway should be clear of snow all the time?

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    linsonl  almost 7 years ago

    I live East of Atlanta….we shall soon have our month of winter, but it will only last 28 days.

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    kab2rb  almost 7 years ago

    We’ve here in central KS not much on snow. Now bitter temps keeps the ice around longer. We have warming temps from Thursday until Sunday.

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    David Rickard Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    Always put off til tomorrow what was due yesterday.Also too: services at the First Church of Procrastination Orthodox will be starting… any day now.

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    davo2000  almost 7 years ago

    Why do now what you won’t have to do tomorrow

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    dflak  almost 7 years ago

    The City of Lowell, MA has a very efficient snow removal system: spring thaw.

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    neverenoughgold  almost 7 years ago

    In much of Northern Minnesota, they just drive over it! Although I live south of the Twin Cities, I pretty much prefer this approach. Unfortunately, or fortunately depending upon your outlook, we have a neighbor who is like K.C. Fahel pointed out, and he frequently can be found shoveling our drive!.It is unnecessary as snowfalls 1-1/2" or greater will be cleared by our lawn service anyway…

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    ChessPirate  almost 7 years ago

    And this, of course, means that it will be Jason’s turn next time…

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    falcon_370f  almost 7 years ago

    A Neighbor once told me that shoveling while it was snowing is fighting a losing battle. I still follow that mantra to this day.

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