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Best Answer moonfairy says
I actually like to shovel snow. The funny thing is, this winter we have had some of the most days with some snow accumulation, yet we haven't gotten a whole lot of total inches.
Come over to my house the next time it snows. Just don't be wearing that Flyers jersey.
How about the time when we got two 2 foot snows in a short amount of time? It's all about prospective any way. Try living in upstate New York, and you will run back to Pittsburgh to shovel your snow.
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John Connor says
Where do you live? Florida?
Yes, you have discerned correctly...
Thanks, and actually, I would rather live where I do, than Florida. It's probably pretty nice, but I know the trouble of where I live much better than I know the troubles of Florida.
Ah yes indeed, a wise statement to make; however, if one does not confront the unknown what does one profit?
You do make a good point. However, why would you move somewhere for no reason?
If one confronts the unknown one is not moving for no reason.
Yes, but wasting money on the move, not having a job there, and not knowing what you are coming to, all together make it foolish to just pick up, and move for no reason.
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