Frozen pipes create struggle for St. Cloud-area cities

There are 2 comments on the Feb 19, 2014, St. Cloud Times story titled Frozen pipes create struggle for St. Cloud-area cities. In it, St. Cloud Times reports that:

The night before, everything was fine. St. Cloud resident Jessie Schroder was doing laundry and had no problems with her water.

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Fat Butt 310lbs

United States

#1 Feb 19, 2014
I started keeping my poultry meat in my pipes to stay at freezing temp,when I ran out of space in my freezer.I have a box of snickers icecream in the frozen pipe closest to the bathroom.I been having a hard time flushing since I made that transition.It was a lot of work cutting and making the septic pipes removable for future food storage.The trick to keeping the Brown liquid off the yummies is impossible .Tried it all.The more I use the toilet the dirtier my food was.

Danielson, CT

#2 Mar 17, 2014
Your sick.Very sick.It's on the same level of the movie silence of the lambs.Fatbutt,you should get help.

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