22 March 2018

I have a question for New Yorkers.

Actually, I have a lot but I will get started with this. This trip, I noticed signs like this all over Manhattan. “Watch for falling snow and ice”, they say.

Here is what I would like to know … How?? How exactly do you watch for falling snow and ice? By looking up? And get smashed in the face by … you know… falling snow and ice? 🙂



Posted March 22, 2018 by Rajib Roy in category "Travelogs

6 COMMENTS :

  1. By Narayan Venkatasubramanyan on

    I guess snow and ice sliding off rooftops follow the same arc so you watch for it by looking down to see where it landed before. Or look for chalk outlines of people who got hit by the first one.

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  2. By Vicky Ruffin Cupit on

    From the skyscrapers….it will slide off the top – fly off the top and then smnash to the ground… Duluth Minnesota used to have those signs an I think they may be in Boston too.

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