To drive (with chains) or not to drive... that was the question

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  2. AModelCat

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    May as well stay home cause these conditions are normal out here.
     
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    I dig this. If 35 mph is all that can be mustered, that means terrible conditions. Consider the load late.
     
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    He should have stayed home. He's chained up and still can't move.
     
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  5. AModelCat

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    Because he's one of those idiots that waited until he spun out THEN put his chains on. Once you stop you're pretty much ####ed at that point.
     
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    Chains don’t keep someone else from running into you. My little brother is magnetic now because of that kinda thing.
     
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