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Fun in the snow

snowmanLeave it to college kids to find the fun in a foot and a half of snow! Last night, while we were all sleeping, thos crazy kids were making the best of things. Mayor Dave told us this morning that there was a snowball fight involving 400 college students on Dayton Street, and they also created a snowball ten feet high!  Meanwhile, some other students were having fun on the other side of the Capitol on Gilman Street. Note: Neither I, Triple M, or any one I know, condones this kind of mischievious behavior.

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12/09/2009 7:54AM
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12/09/2009 10:52AM
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12/09/2009 12:19PM
Jen
Here's a link to some images of the aforementioned giant snowball.
12/09/2009 12:23PM
Jen
http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-366617 (Oops, I thought the CNN ireport website would show in the last post.) "During the blizzard on Dec 8 and Dec 9th 2009 - since the University of Wisconsin decided to close camps for the 9th, the night of the 8th became a night that everyone decided to go out and get drunk and play in the snow. This is what the students decided to create with the snow... A giant snowball, and they left it in the middle of University Avenue. The police came and made sure no cars hit it."
12/09/2009 1:41PM
GMG
I do not find this funny. Sure, initially it might have been. However, those men/women were working hard while the rest of us slept and took care of our families so that WE could go out if we needed it. How about giving them some coffee or snacks? Better yet...move your dang cars so they can get out. Seriously, folks....It isn't really "FUN IN THE SNOW" if the plow catches some ice and hits one of those students now is it?
12/11/2009 10:25PM
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