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Everything is white and silent. There are no cars, so I walk in the middle of the road. Ipod pumped up. The snow plow came up behind me. heart attack? almost.

toronto had a fool for a mayor a few years ago. he embarassed this poor city many times. the rest of Canada likes to remind us how he once called out the army to clear the snow.
16th Dec 2007, 20:31   | tags:,,

swamprose says:

yes. it is all my fault. *bows

16th Dec 2007, 20:50

MaggieD says:

That top shot is ace .... stay safe ....

16th Dec 2007, 21:14

Dhamaka says:

nice effect in the top shot

16th Dec 2007, 21:29

swamprose says:

another HL?
hey oh, snow. thanks.

top shot was a total fluke.

17th Dec 2007, 02:08

JokerXL says:

XL-ent shot SR.
Did you hear about the feller who took the government's advise to wear something white while out at night so as to be easily seen by traffic on these dark winter nights?
Wore his white jacket's white trousers, put a white hat on, white gloves and boots.
Got run over by a snow plow!

17th Dec 2007, 06:30

chocolate says:

haha, great story, and that first picture is amazing, really captures the feeling of shock!

17th Dec 2007, 11:40

Viv says:

had to be yours!

hope you are happy with your snow

17th Dec 2007, 13:21

swamprose says:

We are very happy with all this snow. This is the way it should be, and it hasn't been like this for ages. Lots of things to do--ski, make forts, snowmen, toboggan, skate. Otherwise it's a really dreary existence.

Joker, as a kid, you learn the legends of what happened to people who get in the way...lots of blood.

17th Dec 2007, 14:04

emperor says:

That is so cool

23rd Dec 2007, 11:03

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