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An Ode To… Winter Driving

Note: This image is much more lighthearted than my actual attitude. (image credit: geralt via pixabay)

What do you do when your twenty-five-minute commute becomes an hour-and-a-half? You spend eighty minutes railing at the gods for thinking frozen precipitation was a good idea, and then ten minutes coming up with some stupid limericks.

Though the snow came down hard overnight
Told my wife, “Think I’m driving all right”
She said, “That’s tough to defend
Because we aren’t in England
In the US we tend to drive on the…

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Mike Range

Mike Range

Laughter is the best mandolin. Writing in Slackjaw, The Haven, Points In Case, The Junction, turnpike rest stop stalls. Twitter @MovieLeagueMike

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