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Start scheming with your co workers to see who you will have to eat first. My advice is target the weakest first. Just like how I ate joe's legs, which by the way were delicious.

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More than likely OP is snowed in to work because there is no relief, not because of the road conditions. I'm in my 15th hour of work at the moment as an RN, and I could drive out anytime I wanted, I just don't have anyone here to take my patients. Seriously, here in Alabama at least it's the most snow we've seen in almost 20 years, and more snow in 24 hours than there has been in the past decade cumulatively.

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  FYLDeep  |  25

I don't know, I was looking it up and it appears Alabama has only gotten up to about half a foot at a time, which is still drivable with most vehicles.

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My yard had 11 inches. Still driveable for those that know what they're doing, but not for Southerners who have never seen this much snow before. Also, none of the roads were treated and only some have been plowed. The hills and steep inclines make it much more dangerous for idiot drivers.

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  FYLDeep  |  25

Well, that much snow might not be drivable if there's drifting. If there's no drifting involved than half a foot of snow is certainly nothing to cry about. 11 inches is still doable in any vehicle with 4 wheel drive.

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  FYLDeep  |  25

Like I said, it's really not the amount, but it's the potential for it drifting up about 3 times higher in some areas. Half a foot isn't going to stop you if it's a nice even layer. That's nothing to worry about at all. I've driven through much much worse.

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