LOL...I saw that on Sunday....a fella drove by my house in his Honda Accord with the snow tires on the back! The fronts still had the blacked out rims and teeny weeny low profile tires...ROTFL.This morning on Q13 news Adam G said to drivers out there "make sure you put the chains on the drive tires" People are putting them on the wrong tires.
Any thing else that made you laugh?
LMAO... makin' a rut you mean?Hmmm... I'm surprised your dog isn't having "high centering" issues. :wink:
Funny you mention that! A co-worker was telling me about "Ed the Wonder Weiner Dog!" Ed was walking in the rut behind his master, when he decided to venture off the beaten path. He got into a foot of snow and high centered. All you could see of Ed, was his hot steamy breath eminating from below the surface of the snow. His little legs were going about 20 miles per hour, but alas......he was making no progress. He was eventually towed to safety by his Mama. The poor wiener dog had a frozen weinerschnitzel, but is expected to make a full recovery!Hmmm... I'm surprised your dog isn't having "high centering" issues. :wink:
Yep...and that's exactly what I meant, too. Too stoopid to put their traction devices on the right end!He said wrong ender!
Isn't it amazing what this type of weather does to some people little minds :blam:I heard this on the news the other day, and just saw it on the internet. Dumb people can be real funny some times. Do they really think that 911 operators are all knowing? ...
The many non-emergency 911 calls that came in since the wintry weather arrived mostly involved requests for road information:
# "I'm heading out to go grocery shopping. I have chains on, but I was wondering if there was any areas out in Beaverton that I should avoid?"
# "What's the freeway condition if I don't have chains?"
# "We have several people from our office here in Portland heading to the Hillsboro area, driving, and I wondered if you can tell me what the driving conditions or what you think, you know, is it going to become unnavigable?"
# "Hello, this is not an emergency call. Thank you for grabbing it. I have a question for you regarding road conditions, and sorry to bother you with that. I know you have more important things to do."
That's why I have an AWD. I don't have to figure out which end are the drive wheels, so nobody can call me "stoopid" for doing it wrong! :tinfoilhat: :mrgreen:Yep...and that's exactly what I meant, too. Too stoopid to put their traction devices on the right end!
True...you can't go wrong that way, can you Don. Probably just as well because if you didn't have AWD...well...let's just say if that weren't the case, you might be newsworthy...LOLThat's why I have an AWD. I don't have to figure out which end are the drive wheels, so nobody can call me "stoopid" for doing it wrong! :tinfoilhat: :mrgreen: