An amazing discovery was made today when land was found under the snow in Dayton, Ohio. Although there have been rumors for several weeks that there was actual ground under the snow, most residents were sceptical because there was no real evidence to back up these claims. However, after the third grueling day of temperatures above freezing, enough snow had melted so that patches of earth showed through. Initially, it was thought that these dark patches were just a new form of snow, but scientists from Ohio State University have verified that this is actual dirt. Long time residents in the area were not suprised because they claimed they could remember back to when the ground was not snow covered. Historians are going back through the archives in the Dayton library to discover when the ground was last seen. Based on the evidence, several retailers in the area have announced plans to add new products, such as lawn mowers and gardening tools, to their inventory. Other retailers are taking a wait-and-see attitude to see if the ground will actually be visible enough to justify expanding their line of merchandise.
(From the "Rest" of RHF)