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Who's the coldest?

Looks like the thermometer's going to be stuck below zero this whole weekend, so we thought we would visit with people who know how to handle the cold.

Looks like the thermometer's going to be stuck below zero this whole weekend, so we thought we would visit with people who know how to handle the cold.

Who do you think has the coldest job? Your newspaper or letter carrier? Electricians or plumbers who do outside work? Tow truck operators?

Join the discussion here.

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