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Where the Snow Goes

- Peter - Tuesday, February 21st, 2006 : goo

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When the fluffy white piles of fresh snow turn to gray slush and are plowed away, when the days get longer and warmer, all that lasts is the accumulated piles of plowed snow, shoved into the corners of sidewalks and parking areas, left to slowly melt into March...

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colavito's ghost: 21st Feb 2006 - 19:35 GMT

that is frigging grotesque. i'd be reluctant to get so close to that snowmound for fear of it devouring me. someone should make a horror movie about that thing!

GGP: 21st Feb 2006 - 19:55 GMT

yeah, i see a bio-horror pic about a new pathogen: Snow-Filth Virus. Don your gas masks!

Peter: 21st Feb 2006 - 20:04 GMT

there are tons of piles like this around. ill snap a few more for your horror-fodder ;)

adam: 21st Feb 2006 - 20:54 GMT

i like when they solidify and you can run up it.. then fall in realizing that it wasnt that solid after all

Peter: sounds like a shel silverstein poem!

sally: 21st Feb 2006 - 21:06 GMT

that last comment was me, even though it said it was peter. alas, i am not peter. a girl can dream, can't she?

adam: girls don't dream.. nor do they see in color ;)

jack: 22nd Feb 2006 - 15:10 GMT

adam knowing all about girls is like running up a solid snow pile and falling in, not realizing it was not solid.

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