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Do people in Glasgow know how to drive in the snow?
 
It has to be noted that this is central Glasgow and there doesn't seem to have been any attempt at gritting. It took me nearly an hour to get into work, mainly on an A road that didn't seem to have been treated and colleagues who live further afield said the roads were fine until they crossed the border into Glasgow and everything slowed to a crawl on untreated roads.
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2 hours ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:

What, like a railway for mice Benny? One of your better ideas tbf.

Can't believe that I laughed at that.

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You clear and grit a road in this snow and it's covered again in about an hour. I watched it happen round the corner from us. And once you get traffic on it, the ploughs can't get in to clear it so it just gets worse.

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4 hours ago, Empty It said:
4 hours ago, The Golden God said:
People who don’t like snow also vote Conservative

I think the person with an alias based on someone who's made a living exploiting vulnerable people is more likely to vote Tory than people who just like a wee bit snow tbh.

You're a pit of despair, you disgust me, you disgust everyone.

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After no snow for 5 days Inverness got a heavy does of it through the night.  Not a cloud in the sky now so that's our next 2 home games, one of which is tonight, postponed.

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After no snow for 5 days Inverness got a heavy does of it through the night.  Not a cloud in the sky now so that's our next 2 home games, one of which is tonight, postponed.


I noticed at midnight that the it was light outside, had a look and it was snowing. Amazing how the light from the city reflects off of the snow in the sky, was almost as if I was daylight.

Annoying as f**k to be honest because we can’t get to any of our sites for work so we’ve been left doing office work. This has probably set us back by another couple of weeks.

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3 minutes ago, jamamafegan said:

 


I noticed at midnight that the it was light outside, had a look and it was snowing. Amazing how the light from the city reflects off of the snow in the sky, was almost as if I was daylight.

Annoying as f**k to be honest because we can’t get to any of our sites for work so we’ve been left doing office work. This has probably set us back by another couple of weeks.
 

 

I woke up about 3 for a piss and noticed my room was pretty bright, thought I'd slept in but it was the white from the snow brightening the whole place.

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34 minutes ago, Granny Danger said:

For the second day in a row Angus Council have folk out clearing the pavements but no one touching the roads.

Looks like a significantly reduced bus service too.

At least you'll get your old man scooter out the day, then. 

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8 minutes ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:

At least you'll get your old man scooter out the day, then. 

He’ll be strapping the tennis racquets to his feet right now and heading off to the offie for opening time.

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39 minutes ago, TheScarf said:

After no snow for 5 days Inverness got a heavy does of it through the night.  Not a cloud in the sky now so that's our next 2 home games, one of which is tonight, postponed.

Usually games get called off due to fan safety, surely the pitch can be made playable. 

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3 minutes ago, bennett said:

Usually games get called off due to fan safety, surely the pitch can be made playable. 

It was minus 8 here last night, and I think minus 6 the night before.  No amount of pitch covers will counteract that.

Edit - You're probably not aware, but we've had, I think, 8 of our last 10 scheduled league and cup games postponed.  One was due to Raith players all getting Covid to be fair. We've played 2 games this year.

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