But the thing that really caught my attention? Check out this next photo:
Can you see his mouth? Do you recognize what they're using there? BRICKS. They've got bricks packed into the snow on the front of this thing. Now, it may make for a nice smile on the snowman, but all I can think of is what is going to happen when it starts melting?? Or evaporating, for that matter - I'm sure there is plenty of wind 30 feet up. Bricks are going to fall from 20 to 30 feet in the air! Did nobody think of this yet? Do they have a safety perimeter set up around Luigi to keep spectators safe from falling bricks? Is this a designated hard-hat area? All I can say is, what were they thinking? This family has built uber-snowmen before. Last year their record was 26 feet. So maybe they've got practice with masonry mouthing and falling bricks. Who knows? But I think someone should make a public service announcement to the residents of Kenesaw, Nebraska. Keep an eye on the sky, your children, and pets. The sky could be falling today!
Photos found here.