If You Watch ANY Video On The MASSIVE Snowfall On The East Coast, Let It Be THIS ONE! You’re welcome…

If You Watch ANY Video On The MASSIVE Snowfall On The East Coast, Let It Be THIS ONE! You’re welcome…

This is such a cool video! Awesome!! I especially love the guy holding an American flag while snowboarding the streets of New York in direct violation of comrade de Blasio’s order. They had a ton of fun and people just loved it. Many were stuck inside due to the blizzard, but two young guys decided to have a ball and sluice through the streets of the Big Apple. 30 inches of snow? No biggie when you are gliding the byways of New York. That looks like a blast!


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Dear Winter Storm Jonas,

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You were awful (kind of). On January 24th, it was reported that “JFK Airport in NYC has now reached 30.5 inches for storm total snowfall from Jonas.” Apparently, New York was the fifth state to record 30 inches or more this past weekend.

That means a lot of delayed flights, suspended public transportation, and stocking up on bread and milk. So, that’s a bit of a drag…

…unless you can think of something awesome to do on those snowy streets without cars.

This is why I love New Yorkers… I just hate their leaders currently. They know how to make the most of a bad situation and have fun doing it. Some people are being kill joys over this, but I think it is the perfect way to celebrate a blizzard. Who says being buried under snow can’t be fun? Whoever took the video did a great job as well. This has got to be one of my all time favorite videos. Heh.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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