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Snow in the winter...in a northern climate!?!?!?!? What's next, hot weather in the summer in FL!?!?
I agree it's unremarkable. People really need to get a grip. It's New England...yawn. All the media hype is totally ridiculous.
Wish you'd been here to help shovel some of that "hype". I think you would feel differently.
You live there. Don't you expect snow? Don't you expect to shovel that snow?
WEll, there's 29 seconds I'll never get back.Completely utterly unremarkable.
I was expecting something much more dramatic when i watched it too. It was underwhelming to say the least, but this video is certainly not representative of the actual blizzard and the three plus foot of snow that fell in some New England areas.
...Normally, I would say to those effected : suck it up but, after Sandy these folks didn't need a double whammy ! God bless, and be safe. We will get through it...there isn't a plan B.
What is the big deal? We have this in Colorado many times a year. Just because you are unprepared , does not make it a national news story!
We need that snow here in MinneSNOWta! Bring it on!! Got to get the kids out of the house to snowboard, snowmobile and ski ! We're all bored ice fishing!!!!
Soooo glad I don't live in upstate NY anymore!
Upstate missed it...this time...lol...Glad you escaped CNY weather and moved out. As a bonus, I bet your tax bills look a lot smaller. New York tax's and utility bills are still criminal.
Ohio snow belt every winter for us !!!!!
Horablle, bat such views it's typical at winter.in Poland.
Right, but Poland is used to that. The point is that this is unusual for this area.
Since when is snow in Boston, NE, and anywhere else in the NE, unusual?
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