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snuffy_tentpeg OP t1_j1zy9gy wrote

Yes regular rock salt in areas of Chester and Montgomery counties.


newworldman1070 t1_j1zyflf wrote

Lucky you. All we get is sand.


Special-Ingenuity615 t1_j21e9xt wrote

I'd rather get sand in all honesty.. I'm in the SE corner of berks.. Holy hell. It looks like snow on the road. Still. So much damn rock salt that you legitimately cannot see any lines on the road, on some/most roads


newworldman1070 t1_j21f6sx wrote

We can’t see the lines on the road either, because they were covered in 6 inches of snow that got compacted down to a sheet of ice and maybe given a sprinkle of sand at some point.


carrigan_quinn t1_j205o7a wrote

Oooh where? Cause I'll go take a scoop


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carrigan_quinn t1_j20h5s9 wrote

And if banks just left piles of money everywhere, you'd get your fuckin' scoop too, pal.


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carrigan_quinn t1_j20mn53 wrote

Why are you so purposefully obtuse?

Nobody is talking about breaking into PennDOT to steal shit, so comparing it to breaking into a bank is disingenuous on its face.

Sounds like you're upset Scranton is two and a half hours from the free salt in Chester County.


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snuffy_tentpeg OP t1_j20ytbv wrote

You found me out. I was gonna fill my Tacoma with stolen road salt and sell it at a massive profit in Buffalo.


carrigan_quinn t1_j20phxz wrote

I don't think OP meant legit piles, as in multiple feet tall.

They're referring to how some salt piles up under the salt dispenser when they idle the trucks in a parking spot. Think maybe six inches high at most.


newgmoleio t1_j23ngd5 wrote

Take 2 they are small scoops!πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ˜Ž