Most of you probably don’t know this, but we get most of our AP news via a satellite that sits on the roof of the Daily Globe. Occasionally when the weather is really bad in the winter, it gets all full of ice and snow and someone has to go up there and brave the uck to get it off of the satellite dish.
I don’t do this, but other more dedicated (and less cowardly) Globe staffers have.
These are things they don’t tell you when you take a job.
Apparently the Jamestown Sun has the same problem with snow, because poor Logan Adams of our brother blog It’s Good to Be in N.D. had to tramp up to the roof to wipe off the satellite dish.
Despite several feet of snow up there. Make sure to put the audio on for this one, folks.
I hope his colleagues said thank you!