Let it snow, let it snow, let it snooooow!

Having grown up in Minnesota, this is Just Too Cool…

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12 Responses to Let it snow, let it snow, let it snooooow!

  1. incredulous says:

    It looks like the deathmobile float from Animal House.

  2. majuscule says:

    That’s really neat!

  3. Jack007 says:

    This the kind of ingenuity that America was ONCE famous for.
    Jack in KC

  4. joan ellen says:

    I’d like to say I’ll take one, but it probably is way above my pay grade. Oh, well, the shovel works.

  5. yatzer says:

    I probably couldn’t afford it, but that thing sure would have come in handy last winter.

  6. Nicholas says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHA-

    Sincerely,

    Southern California

  7. Supertradmum says:

    If Americans had big families and if parents were teaching strong boys how to do chores and suffer a little in doing so, we would be a better nation. Still, it is good to see inventions.

    Still think training the lads to do hard work is better.

  8. Supertradmum says:

    If Americans had big families and if parents were teaching strong boys how to do chores and suffer a little in doing so, we would be a better nation. Still, it is good to see inventions.

    Still think training the lads to do hard work is better.

  9. kimberley jean says:

    Innovation is better. My mother used to collect wood for the family fire place and empty the chamber pots every morning. I’m very thankful that I don’t have to do that.

  10. kimberley jean says:

    Innovation is better. My mother used to collect wood for the family fire place and empty the chamber pots every morning. I’m very thankful that I don’t have to do that.

  11. Siculum says:

    Stay tuned for Episode II: Roboplow vs. South Buffalo November 2014!

    WHO WILL WIN?

  12. RobW says:

    Works well with a few inches of snow but is it heavy enough, powerful enough and gets enough traction for the deep stuff? Cool but impractical in my opinion.