Ian wrote:omg.. what a pack of idiots.
You know, with all of those guys they had there, they probably could have picked up that Storm and moved it off of the snow.
Quite. Or shoveled it out in under two minutes. It isn't as if the car was truly stuck. It was sitting on a driveway with two, probably three, wheels on dry pavement and one in a very small snowbank. Heck, I single-handedly shoveled out all this, including sidewalks and mailboxes, in a bigger snow than they had:
I don't even have a yard to toss the snow into. I have to carry each shovel-full across the street to dump it.
These clowns were just lazy and thought it would be fun to tow it out. They are lucky (and the rest of us are unlucky) that none of them got badly hurt or killed doing this. You don't want to be standing next to a tow line if it snaps.
Unfortunately, I imagine these idiots learned nothing from their adventure because mommy and daddy probably paid for the repairs just like they paid for the cars in the first place...
I don't get why parents these days buy their high-school kids any cars, let alone new and expensive new cars.