Today's social dilemma is one that came out of the weather forecast here in the Capital Region. My buddy Kevin and I used to have this conversation all the time and he always agreed with me, but this year he has changed his tune, so I wanted to see how you felt about it because I think more people would agree with me. Here's the deal. Here in the great Northeast we often get hit with several snowstorms throughout the winter. Some are smaller, six inches of snow or less, and some, like the one a week and a half ago are bigger, over a foot of snow. I love living in the northeast and generally I don't mind the weather, but what I do mind are those days when the sun is shining but the temperatures are below zero. I would prefer a snowstorm with a foot of snow with the temperatures being between 25-30, than a sunny day with temperatures of 10 below any day of the week. Kevin used to agree with me, but now he prefers the cold and no snow. I still love the snow and if it's between 25-30, it's not so bad getting out there to clean it off. Despite Kevin flip flopping on me, I still think most people would agree with me...snow but not too cold as opposed to frigid but no snow. So where do you stand on this? What do you prefer? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page!
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