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Dogs & Snow Continue To Be The Best Combination In The World

Dogs are the best. That’s a scientific fact that can’t be disputed. The only thing better than a dog by itself is a dog in snow. Don’t believe me? Check out exhibit A: a dog pulling a sled up a hill so he slide back down for hours.

Dogs & Snow

This might be the happiest video of all time. There is unbridled joy and then there is this dog, having the time of his life sledding down a hill. I’ve had a dog since I was young, and if you’ve never experienced a snowstorm with a dog, you’re missing out. Shoveling sucks, but it’s counteracted 1 million times by the happiness of a dog jumping around in the snow. This video already has over 680,000 views, and I make up a very large majority. Have a great weekend everybody.

Here’s a bonus video of my dog running in the snow yesterday


Monster Blog Wednesday – Blizzard Names

Living in Rhode Island, we’re not strangers to winter storms. Every winter, the Northeast getsĀ hit with snow, with some years being worse than others. Last year, we got hammered for almost 3 straight months, and even as someone who enjoys the seasons and likes snow, it was a bit much. The 2015-2016 season has been a lot easier on us, as we’re entering the third week of January without any significant snow. According to weather people everywhere, that’s about to change. Instead of complaining about it, we decided to have some fun with it, and name the blizzard that will rape and pillage all the milk and eggs from Stop N Shop.

Winter Storm Norm

winter storm norm

The most important parameter to follow when naming any storm is rhyming. If you don’t get tickledĀ at the thought of a fictional winter storm with aĀ rhyming name, then you shouldn’t be able to leave your house, and if you can’t leave your house then what’s this all been about? Winter Storm Norm is stoic, classy, can play the Sax and is the type of guy you go to with woman troubles. Think of him as a Ron Swanson that could cover your home in 10 feet of snow if he wanted to. This weekend I plan on holding up in the basement of my house with a beer(s), New Girl on netflix and a blanket to keep me warm and let Winter Storm Norm rock me to sleep.


Blizzard Mona Lisa Vito

Ryan storm

I want my blizzards to have a little sass and attitude, and who has more sass and attitude than Mona Lisa Vito? Nobody. I want a blizzard that comes in guns blazing, blanketing us in snow and spitting in our eye at the same time. The red dress might make you think that she’s here for a good time, but you couldn’t be more wrong. Blizzard Mona Lisa Vito is here to break your heart and drop copious amounts of snow on your ass. A classic tease, Mona Lisa Vito is coming in for the weekend, not even giving us the pleasure of a day off from work.


Have you Ever Wondered What It’s Like to Work in the Travel Industury During Winter Storms?

Sam Weir, Freaks and Geeks, sick on the phone gif

– Ryan

People Walking in the Streets Are the Worst Part of a Snowstorm




Why? Why do so many people walk in the street during a snowstorm? The roads are already narrow enough because 99% of plows do a terrible job. Now I have to dodge adults and childrenĀ who think it’s a smart idea to walk in the street while cars are sliding out of control? I don’t think so. Either drive your car to work or stay in your house. Don’t walk around the streets and pretend it’s a Winter Wonderland, because it’s not. It’s Hell on Earth. I gotta go to work.

– Ryan

Winter Storm Boreas Might Be the Dumbest Named Storm in History


Boreas? I know we get the winter storm names from high school students in Montana but come on. We couldn’t have skipped over this one? A quick Wikipedia search shows “Boreas” was the Greek God of the North Wind. Whoopity-do! Let’s get creative, people.Ā The United States is OKĀ with naming a winter storm that is heading towards the north eastern part of the United States after the Greek God of THE NORTH WIND?

I need the weather channel to be better than this. They brought the criticism on themselves when they started naming winter storms. Did you think the general public was just going to let you coast by while you make a mockery of the storm naming game? Not on my watch. Step it up. Screw the high school suggestions. Have some pride, andĀ give these storms the names they deserve.

– Ryan

Where’s the Snow!

Can’t wait to hit the slopes this year! Bring on the snow!

Who out there in our community is a winter sport aficionado? And what do you ride?


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