A pretty interesting Youtube channel about a man clearing and fixing clogged storm drains and culvert pipes, making water flow away

astro

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Oct 25, 2017
17,752
This popped up in the middle of me watching my TV shows, and suddenly I've dropped my shows and I'm 3 videos in.
 

Futureman

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Oct 26, 2017
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I think I need to do this in the patio behind my house. If it rains pretty hard it backs up... must be obstructed at some point?
 
Oct 27, 2017
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Many folks don't realize that urban/ suburban stormwater drainage issues are many times caused by homeowners that don't know/ care about clearing culverts.

Found a dead dog and a suitcase full of clothes in culverts post-storm. Nasty!
 

theBmZ

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Oct 29, 2017
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Wow. This was strangely inspiring. Guy is a hero. Every time he says drain, or ask why there isn’t a drain here, it makes me smile. I laughed pretty hard at the bluntness of “this is a STUPID design!”
 

Barrylocke

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Oct 25, 2017
262
I think the thing that amazes me the most is just how quickly these roads get drained once you unclog the right spots. Seeing a road go from being so flooded that it can seriously screw up your engine if you drive through it to looking like a regular wet rainy road in just 10-30 minutes is extremely cool.
 

The Albatross

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Oct 25, 2017
9,142
fucking douche who speeds up to splash him.

This is very satisfying. When my gutters are clogged in a major storm and I go unclog them it's intensley satisfying.