snow plow accident or bricklayer madness?

This is a common site around these parts in the winter. Snow plow drivers typically work (drive & plow) 20 hours straight when it snows, and they are no doubt tired. This one was all over the ground for a few days, then someone put it back together so they could receive their mail. At least a bricklayer will have something to do come springtime.

2 thoughts on “snow plow accident or bricklayer madness?

  1. Deborah Howe

    I kind of like the idea that a bricklayer did this in a fit of pique — though mostly, when those guys are working they’re about as measured, methodical, and even-keeled as an accountant.

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