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Link Posted: 1/29/2014 5:32:28 PM EST
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Originally Posted By KrisW:


Take a lot more day laborers to push it with a snow plow on it.
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How hard is it to throw a snow plow on the front of a dump truck? You do have dump trucks, don't you?


Take a lot more day laborers to push it with a snow plow on it.


Look dammit! We have snow plows! Quit giving us shit!

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Link Posted: 1/29/2014 5:33:07 PM EST
When the south rises again tries to come back to power, I guess we just have to wait for winter and sit tight up here.

Driving up here to overtake the north will be harder for them than invading Syberia
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That is a perfect example why people in the south don't care for people from up north. They are rude, lacking manners and don't give a shit about anyone but themselves. I'm glad I grew up knowing this was the way it is so I don't get screwed over by one. It's saved my ass more than once. How's that saying go, "I wouldn't piss on you if you were on fire?"
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Going to paraphrase Neal Boortz here:

First of all it is not snow. It may be snow at first but it normally ends up just being a slight layer of snow on ice or gets melted the next day due to temps above freezing and then freezes the next day. Sorry, 4 wheel drive will not help you on ice. Neither will "chains" which are not readily available down here. If you think I'm wrong feel free to come on down sometime and show us how it's done.

Second, shut the hell up about not having enough snow plows and salt trucks. We don't get this weather often enough to justify the expense. Why don't you Yankees do what we do when we have these winter storms? When you guys have big storms like Hurricane Sandy we send our people up to help in the form of electric power trucks to help restore the electricity up there. Do we ever see any of your salt trucks or snow plows down here? No? Okay then shut up.

Speaking of hurricanes, for the most part we are prepared for those down here because they happen often, just like the north is prepared for winter storms. Unlike Sandy, we didn't make fun of New Jersey for not being as prepared for the storm because they don't happen that often up there, we sent help. We have have a snow/ice storm, 1,000 of people stranded on the roads and what do I hear from Yankees? "I hate the South! You'se guys don't know how to drive in the snow.

Just shut up.


That is a perfect example why people in the south don't care for people from up north. They are rude, lacking manners and don't give a shit about anyone but themselves. I'm glad I grew up knowing this was the way it is so I don't get screwed over by one. It's saved my ass more than once. How's that saying go, "I wouldn't piss on you if you were on fire?"


No, "I wouldn't piss down his throat if his heart was on fire." Git it right!
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Link Posted: 1/29/2014 5:33:59 PM EST
I love it. "It's ICE" Duh. As if we don't have ice here. There's ice all over the roads here...all winter long. We manage just fine without chains. In fact, I don't think I've ever seen anyone with chains in WI in all the years I've lived here. IIRC I think it might even be illegal on public roads. Some people have snow tires, but most don't and we still get along just fine.

I'm certainly not happy about anyone who's been hurt down there, but at the same time I can't help but find it a bit comical that conditions people wouldn't even bat an eye at up here is the apocalypse down there.
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Now now....everyone seems a little too upset over this. It is true that we in the South have a tough time driving in the snow and ice because we really do not see it very much. It is sort of like you Yankees and how you cannot play football...you so rarely see any of your teams win the BCS Championship.





















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Link Posted: 1/29/2014 5:35:16 PM EST
I'll take not being accustomed to winter weather driving over living in places controlled by libtard socialists, thank you very much.
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I just wrote my name in the snow, haven't done that in a long time since it rarely snows here. (grew up in south Chicago suburbs)

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Look dammit! We have snow plows! Quit giving us shit!

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How hard is it to throw a snow plow on the front of a dump truck? You do have dump trucks, don't you?


Take a lot more day laborers to push it with a snow plow on it.


Look dammit! We have snow plows! Quit giving us shit!

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See while that might be going overboard, that IS knowing how to drive in the snow. Slow down and take your time versus crash and abandon your cars.
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Don't worry northerners don't know how to drive in the snow either. I' am a southern transplant to MI and the first real snow (1"-2") they has here they didn't know how to drive either. It took me 45min to drive 7 miles because nobody would go over 5mph.


See while that might be going overboard, that IS knowing how to drive in the snow. Slow down and take your time versus crash and abandon your cars.


Actually, it was people that had a 1/4 tank of gas that ended up abandoning their cars after they ran out of gas, majority of them any way.
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I guess all you yanks can drive on this (some one embed please). This is the Destin Bridge over Desin pass just a few hundred yards from the Gulf of Mexico.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaIVsWAQ7Nw

Ive lived in the south and the north, originally from the south though. YOU CANT DRIVE ON ICE. Period.

Another couple things come into play in the south besides the obvious. One, its pretty much impossible to find snow tires, hell its even hard to find all season tires around here. Most local tire shops only carry summer/performance tires for many wheel sizes. From experience, a summer tire SUCKS in the snow.

The other thing, with the big cities like Birmingham and Atlanta, no one was expecting this snow. Usually every one stays home if winter weather is in the forecast, but it wasnt this time. My dad lives in Birmingham and when he went to bed Monday night the local news said the weather would be well south of them. Well it wasnt and they got hit. When they got hit every one hit the roads at once. Atlanta traffic is a NIGHTMARE on a good day and that is with a three hour "rush hour" window. I cant imagine the absolute hell when a million+ people hit the road all at once in that weather.
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Not only can I drive on that (and do, with regularity), I will drive on that, this weekend. On live video. Because freezing rain is coming to NE Ohio, this weekend.

Face it - you southerners suck at this shit. I'm not even going to cheat and use a 4x4 truck (even though I own one). I'm going to do it (live) in a gay-ass RWD convertible Miata. Seriously, you guys are pussies. That video ain't shit. Get some fucking tires.
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Link Posted: 1/29/2014 5:37:45 PM EST
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I guess all you yanks can drive on this (some one embed please). This is the Destin Bridge over Desin pass just a few hundred yards from the Gulf of Mexico.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaIVsWAQ7Nw

Ive lived in the south and the north, originally from the south though. YOU CANT DRIVE ON ICE. Period.

Another couple things come into play in the south besides the obvious. One, its pretty much impossible to find snow tires, hell its even hard to find all season tires around here. Most local tire shops only carry summer/performance tires for many wheel sizes. From experience, a summer tire SUCKS in the snow.

The other thing, with the big cities like Birmingham and Atlanta, no one was expecting this snow. Usually every one stays home if winter weather is in the forecast, but it wasnt this time. My dad lives in Birmingham and when he went to bed Monday night the local news said the weather would be well south of them. Well it wasnt and they got hit. When they got hit every one hit the roads at once. Atlanta traffic is a NIGHTMARE on a good day and that is with a three hour "rush hour" window. I cant imagine the absolute hell when a million+ people hit the road all at once in that weather.
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Yes you can drive on ice. I drive on ice all the time in the winter.

That video doesn't even look that bad compared to some of the shit I've seen.
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I love it. "It's ICE" Duh. As if we don't have ice here. There's ice all over the roads here...all winter long. We manage just fine without chains. In fact, I don't think I've ever seen anyone with chains in WI in all the years I've lived here. IIRC I think it might even be illegal on public roads. Some people have snow tires, but most don't and we still get along just fine.

I'm certainly not happy about anyone who's been hurt down there, but at the same time I can't help but find it a bit comical that conditions people wouldn't even bat an eye at up here is the apocalypse down there.
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I did see someone with TX plates chaining up at the first sign of flurries heading up i-70 into the Rockies a few weeks ago. I've never seen anyone but semis and plow trucks with chains on.
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Link Posted: 1/29/2014 5:38:09 PM EST
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In the last ice storm here in the Dallas area, I did stay home and telecommuted when there was 6-9" of ice on the roads.


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I just wave mine around to write my name. I guess you have to use your hips if you have a short...
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I just wrote my name in the snow, haven't done that in a long time since it rarely snows here. (grew up in south Chicago suburbs)

I thought about posting the pic I took but it may violate the COC

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I just wave mine around to write my name. I guess you have to use your hips if you have a short...



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Ehhh. Ill wait till August when mother nature shoves a hot poker up yalls asses!
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Yeah, Wyoming is pretty liberal. You do realize not all of the "North " is on the east coast or run by libs?

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In the last ice storm here in the Dallas area, I did stay home and telecommuted when there was 6-9" of ice on the roads.


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I did see someone with TX plates chaining up at the first sign of flurries heading up i-70 into the Rockies a few weeks ago. I've never seen anyone but semis and plow trucks with chains on.
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I love it. "It's ICE" Duh. As if we don't have ice here. There's ice all over the roads here...all winter long. We manage just fine without chains. In fact, I don't think I've ever seen anyone with chains in WI in all the years I've lived here. IIRC I think it might even be illegal on public roads. Some people have snow tires, but most don't and we still get along just fine.

I'm certainly not happy about anyone who's been hurt down there, but at the same time I can't help but find it a bit comical that conditions people wouldn't even bat an eye at up here is the apocalypse down there.


I did see someone with TX plates chaining up at the first sign of flurries heading up i-70 into the Rockies a few weeks ago. I've never seen anyone but semis and plow trucks with chains on.


I remember visiting Boone, NC one winter. They got an inch or so of light fluffy snow. No ice underneath or anything. Stuff we wouldn't even bat an eye at. Saw someone in a 4x4 chained up and trying to drive normal speeds . Bet they didn't have any fillings left after that trip .
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Yeah, Wyoming is pretty liberal. You do realize not all of the "North " is on the east coast or run by libs?

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I'll take not being accustomed to winter weather driving over living in places controlled by libtard socialists, thank you very much.



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Yes you can drive on ice. I drive on ice all the time in the winter.

That video doesn't even look that bad compared to some of the shit I've seen.
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I guess all you yanks can drive on this (some one embed please). This is the Destin Bridge over Desin pass just a few hundred yards from the Gulf of Mexico.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaIVsWAQ7Nw

Ive lived in the south and the north, originally from the south though. YOU CANT DRIVE ON ICE. Period.

Another couple things come into play in the south besides the obvious. One, its pretty much impossible to find snow tires, hell its even hard to find all season tires around here. Most local tire shops only carry summer/performance tires for many wheel sizes. From experience, a summer tire SUCKS in the snow.

The other thing, with the big cities like Birmingham and Atlanta, no one was expecting this snow. Usually every one stays home if winter weather is in the forecast, but it wasnt this time. My dad lives in Birmingham and when he went to bed Monday night the local news said the weather would be well south of them. Well it wasnt and they got hit. When they got hit every one hit the roads at once. Atlanta traffic is a NIGHTMARE on a good day and that is with a three hour "rush hour" window. I cant imagine the absolute hell when a million+ people hit the road all at once in that weather.


Yes you can drive on ice. I drive on ice all the time in the winter.

That video doesn't even look that bad compared to some of the shit I've seen.
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Doubt it if you want, but there was some places that it was that thick. Others, not so thick. Took those places with the thick patches of ice over a week to thaw out.
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In the last ice storm here in the Dallas area, I did stay home and telecommuted when there was 6-9" of ice on the roads.


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Doubt it if you want, but there was some places that it was that thick. Others, not so thick. Took those places with the thick patches of ice over a week to thaw out.


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In South Carolina, the "North" are the states we fought against.

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I'll take not being accustomed to winter weather driving over living in places controlled by libtard socialists, thank you very much.



Yeah, Wyoming is pretty liberal. You do realize not all of the "North " is on the east coast or run by libs?

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I guess all you yanks can drive on this (some one embed please). This is the Destin Bridge over Desin pass just a few hundred yards from the Gulf of Mexico.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaIVsWAQ7Nw

Ive lived in the south and the north, originally from the south though. YOU CANT DRIVE ON ICE. Period.

Another couple things come into play in the south besides the obvious. One, its pretty much impossible to find snow tires, hell its even hard to find all season tires around here. Most local tire shops only carry summer/performance tires for many wheel sizes. From experience, a summer tire SUCKS in the snow.

The other thing, with the big cities like Birmingham and Atlanta, no one was expecting this snow. Usually every one stays home if winter weather is in the forecast, but it wasnt this time. My dad lives in Birmingham and when he went to bed Monday night the local news said the weather would be well south of them. Well it wasnt and they got hit. When they got hit every one hit the roads at once. Atlanta traffic is a NIGHTMARE on a good day and that is with a three hour "rush hour" window. I cant imagine the absolute hell when a million+ people hit the road all at once in that weather.
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Was like that here on 1.3.14, my half hour commute took me 45min. Do you remember alot of bitchin?

It was just after the polar bear plunge.


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Utility companies...private entities for the most part.... have agreements to help each other out
I don't know of any agreements between my town and county DOTs and their counterparts in your area
I doubt the local taxpayers would like our equipment and personnel leaving our AO to help you in yours. The crews and trucks are busy enough keeping our own roads clear
I took a call at the office the other day at about 9 PM, about 30 minutes after a switch had been thrown and it went from no snow to a white out.
Some lady was mad that her road hadn't been instantly plowed on a weekend night
I tried to be really polite in explaining that it was equally bad all over and the plows would get to her road eventually.....
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Why don't you Yankees do what we do when we have these winter storms? When you guys have big storms like Hurricane Sandy we send our people up to help in the form of electric power trucks to help restore the electricity up there. Do we ever see any of your salt trucks or snow plows down here? No? Okay then shut up.

Utility companies...private entities for the most part.... have agreements to help each other out
I don't know of any agreements between my town and county DOTs and their counterparts in your area
I doubt the local taxpayers would like our equipment and personnel leaving our AO to help you in yours. The crews and trucks are busy enough keeping our own roads clear
I took a call at the office the other day at about 9 PM, about 30 minutes after a switch had been thrown and it went from no snow to a white out.
Some lady was mad that her road hadn't been instantly plowed on a weekend night
I tried to be really polite in explaining that it was equally bad all over and the plows would get to her road eventually.....


Kinda made my point.
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Yeah, Wyoming is pretty liberal. You do realize not all of the "North " is on the east coast or run by libs?

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I'll take not being accustomed to winter weather driving over living in places controlled by libtard socialists, thank you very much.



Yeah, Wyoming is pretty liberal. You do realize not all of the "North " is on the east coast or run by libs?

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They also laugh and call us non-free states but meanwhile were paying for them to live that free lifestyle, outside of Texas and maybe Florida.
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I guess all you yanks can drive on this (some one embed please). This is the Destin Bridge over Desin pass just a few hundred yards from the Gulf of Mexico.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaIVsWAQ7Nw

Ive lived in the south and the north, originally from the south though. YOU CANT DRIVE ON ICE. Period.

Another couple things come into play in the south besides the obvious. One, its pretty much impossible to find snow tires, hell its even hard to find all season tires around here. Most local tire shops only carry summer/performance tires for many wheel sizes. From experience, a summer tire SUCKS in the snow.

The other thing, with the big cities like Birmingham and Atlanta, no one was expecting this snow. Usually every one stays home if winter weather is in the forecast, but it wasnt this time. My dad lives in Birmingham and when he went to bed Monday night the local news said the weather would be well south of them. Well it wasnt and they got hit. When they got hit every one hit the roads at once. Atlanta traffic is a NIGHTMARE on a good day and that is with a three hour "rush hour" window. I cant imagine the absolute hell when a million+ people hit the road all at once in that weather.


Yes you can drive on ice. I drive on ice all the time in the winter.

That video doesn't even look that bad compared to some of the shit I've seen.
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It's actually kind of cute watching that video. Southerners out taking video of something that is just day to day life up here in the north. That doesn't even look very slippery.
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We get people that panic and forget how to drive every time it rains or snows even here in Missouri. I love watching them city boys with their 4 wheel drive trucks get stuck in a couple of inches of snow.
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Obviously someone has never thrown a set of chains, they are the best thing for ice, good ones will cut thru the ice and right into the pavement if there isn't enough ice. So right off the bat I know you don't know what you're talking about.
4WD will help with going from a stop and pulling hills or loads, can also help with directional stability.
I spent 19 years in interior AK where ice is an issue more often than snow, I was born in NC and have returned, these sorry f'ers can't drive on dry roads, and slow down way further than neccessary on wet ones, they lose their damned minds when it freezes, and can't seem to tell wet from frozen, and continue to creep along even on the dry stretches. This shit ain't complicated and astounding numbers fail here.

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I've had chains for years. Never used them because one minute you're on an iced over road and the net on bare payment. Chains don't do well on bare pavement.
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You mad bra? We have an inch on our roads and it was -17 today. No problems driving around, you just need more practice
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Ice is worse to drive on when the temperatures are near freezing, didn't you know?

Most Southerns are driving all season tires and don't have chains (I do personally own chains).

If I took away your snow tires, chains, plows and salt trucks, you'd probably do better than the average Southerner with 2 inches of ice on the roads and temps in the mid 20s, but you'd have problems.

It simply doesn't make much economic sense to have plows and snow tires in regions where this weather seldom occurs. The price you pay for this is that every decade or so you have a major snarl up.



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Bull Shit!


I have driven on ice for the past 2 or 3 months this winter. And at least 4 or 5 last winter, and the winter before that, and the winter before that, and on and on.

What it comes down to, is a majority of the drivers in the south are simply inexperienced in driving in winter weather and the ones who are or can have to avoid the ones that were dumb enough to go out in it knowing full well they weren't prepared for it.


I have driven on ice like on that bridge regularly when I lived in BFE central ND where there were all of 3 plows in the county for the highways.
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I'll take not being accustomed to winter weather driving over living in places controlled by libtard socialists, thank you very much.



Yeah, Wyoming is pretty liberal. You do realize not all of the "North " is on the east coast or run by libs?

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Look dammit! We have snow plows! Quit giving us shit!

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How hard is it to throw a snow plow on the front of a dump truck? You do have dump trucks, don't you?


Take a lot more day laborers to push it with a snow plow on it.


Look dammit! We have snow plows! Quit giving us shit!

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I'm from Georgia. I think it's funny too.

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See while that might be going overboard, that IS knowing how to drive in the snow. Slow down and take your time versus crash and abandon your cars.
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Don't worry northerners don't know how to drive in the snow either. I' am a southern transplant to MI and the first real snow (1"-2") they has here they didn't know how to drive either. It took me 45min to drive 7 miles because nobody would go over 5mph.


See while that might be going overboard, that IS knowing how to drive in the snow. Slow down and take your time versus crash and abandon your cars.


LOL, sorry but if I remember correct there were somewhere between 5-10 accidents on the way. But at least most just ran off the road and not pinto someone else so you can feel good about that part.
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I remember visiting Boone, NC one winter. They got an inch or so of light fluffy snow. No ice underneath or anything. Stuff we wouldn't even bat an eye at. Saw someone in a 4x4 chained up and trying to drive normal speeds . Bet they didn't have any fillings left after that trip .
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Must have been a flat lander tourist. I lived in Boone for a while and never saw anyone driving with chains if they weren't tourists. They get 12+ fairly regularly and 2-3 feet at a time occasionally they know how to keep the roads in decent shape most of the time. I drove an '84 Accord with all seasons and got around find.
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Not only can I drive on that (and do, with regularity), I will drive on that, this weekend. On live video. Because freezing rain is coming to NE Ohio, this weekend.

Face it - you southerners suck at this shit. I'm not even going to cheat and use a 4x4 truck (even though I own one). I'm going to do it (live) in a gay-ass RWD convertible Miata. Seriously, you guys are pussies. That video ain't shit. Get some fucking tires.
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I guess all you yanks can drive on this (some one embed please). This is the Destin Bridge over Desin pass just a few hundred yards from the Gulf of Mexico.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaIVsWAQ7Nw

Ive lived in the south and the north, originally from the south though. YOU CANT DRIVE ON ICE. Period.

Another couple things come into play in the south besides the obvious. One, its pretty much impossible to find snow tires, hell its even hard to find all season tires around here. Most local tire shops only carry summer/performance tires for many wheel sizes. From experience, a summer tire SUCKS in the snow.

The other thing, with the big cities like Birmingham and Atlanta, no one was expecting this snow. Usually every one stays home if winter weather is in the forecast, but it wasnt this time. My dad lives in Birmingham and when he went to bed Monday night the local news said the weather would be well south of them. Well it wasnt and they got hit. When they got hit every one hit the roads at once. Atlanta traffic is a NIGHTMARE on a good day and that is with a three hour "rush hour" window. I cant imagine the absolute hell when a million+ people hit the road all at once in that weather.
Not only can I drive on that (and do, with regularity), I will drive on that, this weekend. On live video. Because freezing rain is coming to NE Ohio, this weekend.

Face it - you southerners suck at this shit. I'm not even going to cheat and use a 4x4 truck (even though I own one). I'm going to do it (live) in a gay-ass RWD convertible Miata. Seriously, you guys are pussies. That video ain't shit. Get some fucking tires.


Looking forward to that! Going uphill on a 1/4" slick as snot sheet of ice with out sand or salt or brine or even a layer of crushed snow on it is pretty impressive! Ive been through ice storms, including the 2009 ice storm that ravaged KY and I still have yet to see any one be able to drive up hill, start from a stop or stop on smooth, untreated ice.

And like you said and know, tires make a HUGE difference. You couldnt find snow tires for your miata and frankly would have a hard time finding all seasons stocked in a local small tire shop here either. A good tire will help but I still dont see how you could have stopped coming off that bridge if you suddenly had to such as at the stop light about 200 yards from the bottom.

I just dont know how this southerner managed to live and drive in winter weather in north central KY for several years with out issue but couldnt drive last night. I mean proper tires, salt trucks and snow plows dont mean anything right?
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It may be snow at first but it normally ends up just being a slight layer of snow on ice or gets melted the next day due to temps above freezing and then freezes the next day.

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Huh. You know, that sounds exactly what we call "fall" and "spring" up here. Amazing the different types of words we use to describe it. And our salt trucks don't bother salting any of the side streets when these amazing and exceedingly rare events occur. And yet somehow, we get by, most of us without snow tires, studs, or chains. Fascinating.

Seriously, it's lack of experience. Not that you should be blamed for it; you can't deal with the snow, and we can't deal with the heat.
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I guess all you yanks can drive on this (some one embed please). This is the Destin Bridge over Desin pass just a few hundred yards from the Gulf of Mexico.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaIVsWAQ7Nw

Ive lived in the south and the north, originally from the south though. YOU CANT DRIVE ON ICE. Period.

Another couple things come into play in the south besides the obvious. One, its pretty much impossible to find snow tires, hell its even hard to find all season tires around here. Most local tire shops only carry summer/performance tires for many wheel sizes. From experience, a summer tire SUCKS in the snow.

The other thing, with the big cities like Birmingham and Atlanta, no one was expecting this snow. Usually every one stays home if winter weather is in the forecast, but it wasnt this time. My dad lives in Birmingham and when he went to bed Monday night the local news said the weather would be well south of them. Well it wasnt and they got hit. When they got hit every one hit the roads at once. Atlanta traffic is a NIGHTMARE on a good day and that is with a three hour "rush hour" window. I cant imagine the absolute hell when a million+ people hit the road all at once in that weather.


Yes you can drive on ice. I drive on ice all the time in the winter.

That video doesn't even look that bad compared to some of the shit I've seen.
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Thats not like the ice we had here. Been on those conditions MANY times. Its the ice thats smooth as glass that we had that will get ya.
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