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We have started getting some snow in Europe but we still don't quite beat North America.

14th January 2014

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2 years ago #9399296        
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Meanwhile the Canadians are calling the Americans over-reacting pansies.

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4 months ago #9583609        
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Then in Australia what the fuck is snow

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1 year ago #9440381        
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One time i had to walk to school in waist high snow because they didnt call a snow day, my bottom half was numb for a while (In Canada)

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1 year ago #9489943        
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Seeing how winter destroys roads in my area, it's an issue. The snow alone isn't too bad unless my car's bottom is scraping the snow. It's how the snow & freezing shatters pavement that's the issue here. It leads to 6 inch deep potholes along, or rarely across, major roads and even state routes.

(Also, we don't teach new drivers how to handle winter conditions, they seem to be put on the roads in a FWD car with no clue how to handle loss of traction, what to carry with them, how to escape snow drifts, etc... Which usually leads to at least some level of panic, and that just makes all of the above even worse than it usually should be.)

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1 year ago #9482833        
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*Meanwhile, in the American Gulf Coast*
Louisiana: "What is this..... 'Snow'.... You speak of?"

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1 year ago #9482259        
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I've never actually touched snow.

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1 year ago #9432568        
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We get 3 feet of snow in the North East and think of it as an inconvenience. Georgia gets 2 inches and their shutting down highways.

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2 years ago #9412225        
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I have snow now, since september...

2 years ago #9411650        
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HA HA HA "AVENGE MEEEEE!!!"

2 years ago #9383655        
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I visited a few years ago in Houston, Texas, [air conditioning capital of the world] a few years ago where they have a saying: "Texas has 4 seasons: one spring, two summers, and one pure inferno". The summer I was there it was 107ºF. 90% humidity for a couple weeks at a time; It was too hot to breathe, or even think. Then for three days it spiked to 109ºF and when it dropped back to 107ºF. it felt like relief.

On the other hand I took a holiday in Alaska and asked a man from the tiny hamlet of Homer how he dealt with the winter cold. "-40ºF. you can manage in," he said. "But you don' t want to go out of the house at -60ºF." "What's that like?" I said. He though about it a moment. "It's like -40ºF., except colder."

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