The 1992-93 El Niño Winter in Susanville, California, when every storm all winter dumped four feet of snow, and the electricity would shut off for four days at a time, and only come back on just in time for the next storm to hit.
Pictures of cans and bottles of beer stuffed into snow banks are falsely attributed to Canada, but the redneck waste of refrigeration ingenuity on beer rather than on groceries betrays the true origin of the picture as being the Susanville Hell Niño of 1992-93.
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