Someone Climbed Up A Snowy UGA Dining Hall Roof And Wrote “Dick” In Giant Letters

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It’s a snow day in Athens, Georgia, and UGA’s second most popular powdery white substance is already getting abused. Today’s victim is the O-House, a freshman dining hall at the University of Georgia, whose roof is now emblazoned with the word “Dick” for all of the world and God to see:


The picture was sent out by @UGASnowAlerts, though the account doesn’t seem to actually be affiliated with the school. Still, it’s great to see southerners treat their “one snow day a year” with the respect it deserves.

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      • TryingTooHard

        Investing in the equipment and personnel to clear Minneapolis which regularly receives 2 inches of snow is less money than allowing the city to shut down on a regular basis due to snow.

        In Atlanta it saves money to shut down the city once every year or two rather than invest in the equipment and personnel required to quickly remove snow.

        Capitalism.

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        • Apricots

          Negative.. the snow there didn’t even need to be plowed. The fact is people sat in traffic for an entire day.. bc u simple fucks didn’t understand what was happening. Most shocking part is all you mouthing breathing sister fucking retards ride around in lifted trucks with all terrain tread.

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