Pittsburgh Man makes use of Information Interview to create a sort of Salt Truck Fantasy Camp state of affairs
A winter storm system hit Pittsburgh yesterday, dropping some snow. Punxsutawney Phil fans needn’t fret, however, as local weatherman Phil Connors insists that all of the moisture from the Gulf pushes eastward and hits Altoona.
The snowfall made transport difficult on Monday, especially as some of the roads did not have the privilege of being visited by a salt truck. Anyone who has ever lived on a neglected avenue or boulevard knows the natural frustration that comes with keeping the streets slippery and dangerous. So the answer from one local – William Weichler – seems reasonable.
Give him the keys!
Plahw deez streets pic.twitter.com/isCBRULPXV
– Nick Maraldo (@nickmaraldo) February 2, 2021
The man makes a point. If nobody wants to drive the truck around, they can do it for free. Plowing the streets would make its bloody day. You can only tell from him that he would be incredible in the role.
It is always so lovable to see a person come so close to attaining the Supreme Father. It’s my work theory that at least half of the fathers out there believe they can do any project better than the workers in charge. That’s why construction sites attract men like honey. They don’t know why they stand there on Monday morning and quarter the whole thing, but they are. And that is what it is about.
Respect for Mr. Weichler and really every person willing to use the power of the local news to make a dream of a hard working fantasy camp come true.