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That's a wrap for Day 10!
The TL:DR... those who generally get a lot of snow don't want it, and those who don't get it... want it! Hopefully I'll get to experience it someday.
I'll update this comment once the winner is confirmed, so stay tuned!
In the meantime, try your luck with Day 11! (More Alienware goodness)
UPDATE: Congratulations to @ZeusCell for being randomly selected as the winner for Day 10!
Since I live in Eastern Oregon and we have at least a foot of snow around most of the town and several feet of snow up in the hills close to town, I would like 3 feet of snow. I'm used to snow in the winter and I am originally from Alaska where we regularly had a lot more than a few feet anyway, sometimes several feet in a day.
Absolutely want the 3 feet of snow! That sounds perfect! As it is, we might get 3 inches here in Arkansas in time for the holidays, and we're all hoping to get it.
No snow, but if 3 feet of the stuff comes our way, I'm sending my wife Sandra out to shovel it. She loves shoveling snow. Yes, really.
3 feet of snow falling during the holiday period is too much at once. Somebody has to shovel the stuff. But, snow is good in general. Keeps things nice and wet in the spring when it melts and it's great for winter sports / exercise.
I take a practical approach to snow during the holidays.
As a child, YES MOAR SNOW PLS! - That way I can have snowball fights, build snowmen, and if it snows enough, possibly extend the holiday break due to snow days. 🏂
As an adult, NO! - I prefer the all the snow fall on the ski slopes thank you very much. I'd rather not have to spend hours shovelling just so I can get my car stuck in snow on the side of the road while heading to where ever I needed to go. 😐
As long as the power doesn't go out, having 3 ft of snow is always fun! Having to BBQ Christmas dinner in 3ft of snow because a snow storm took out the power lines sucks!
Living somewhere that sometimes isn't even cold for the holidays - though, thankfully, we're supposed to have highs only in the mid-40s for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day this year, so I'm excited for that - I will absolutely choose snow.