3 thoughts on “The Snow Burner”

      1. What these ideas never address is what happens next:  Crunchy powdery snow melts and – it being, y’ know, winter – refreezes as slick treacherous ice.

        In the 1950s, Brobdingnagian truck-mounted jet engines blew what Ray Bradbury called “rocket summer” at the houses and driveways they passed… and the idea faded out, because again, the remedy was worse than the original problem!

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