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School and business closings for less that an inch of snow...

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School and business closings for less that an inch of snow...

What's wrong with that? ;)

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unfortunately i have to go to class tomorrow. there should be no classes on the week of finals

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Twice in my grade school days either I drove or my parents drove me to school only to see nobody there. Radio and News let us down those days.

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I heard the county schools were closed today so I was prepared to take extra precautions on my drive to work at 7am...only to see that the roads were generally clear and most people still took those "extra precautions" on clear roads with snow on the sides.

I'm all about being safe but when you're driving 30 on the interstate and the roads are clear...you just need to pull over and re-evaluate your life.

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I heard the county schools were closed today so I was prepared to take extra precautions on my drive to work at 7am...only to see that the roads were generally clear and most people still took those "extra precautions" on clear roads with snow on the sides.

I'm all about being safe but when you're driving 30 on the interstate and the roads are clear...you just need to pull over and re-evaluate your life.

hahaha, so true

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I went to Firehouse Subs yesterday for lunch and there was a worker pouring salt all over the one wet spot that was about 2 feet in diameter in front of the store. They even poured some precautionary salt on the rest of the sidewalk that was bone dry. I couldn't believe it.

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Good thing I dont live in Canada. Schools close for 5 feet of snow thats the minimum.

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