Kids And Dogs Won’t Know What Fire Hydrants Look Like

Won’t someone please think of the children? And dogs?

The lack of snow so far this winter has made it easy for fire crews to access hydrants when they respond to fires. That could change if anywhere from six inches to more than a foot of snow falls, which would hinder access to hydrants, especially when they become buried by snow plows.

St. Paul, Minn. residents are being asked to adopt a hydrant at home and work to keep them snow free.

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4 Responses to “Kids And Dogs Won’t Know What Fire Hydrants Look Like”

  1. Gumball_Brains says:

    That is why Wisconsinites make fun of people living in Michigan and Minnesota. They are urban-ites who have no idea what snow is or how to live in it.

    A few years spent in Wisconsin and I learned those people actually drive better in the snow. You don’t see people crying all over themselves when a snowflake falls.

    Heck, you got some in Minnesota crying for global warming for crikes sake. /sarc

  2. Kevin says:

    To all you ‘deniers’: Global warming is real! I used to be a denier too. Just last week in fact. But that all changed when I heard this one bit of information:

    Global warming makes you gain weight and your hair turn gray.

    I thought about it and… holy cow! I’ve gained 2″ in diameter in just the last 10 years alone! And those aren’t blond highlights in my hair. It’s true people. Global warming, which causes aging, is real.

  3. Gumball_Brains says:

    Global Warming also leads to increased methane releases.

    I’ve heard. No personal experience.

  4. Kevin says:

    OMG! I hadn’t heard that before, Gumball, but it all makes sense now.

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