Out of the Blue

Out first winter in this house was two years ago, and the snow was pretty extreme, about half-way through the season I began to regret not having sprung for a snow-blower. Last year we had hardly any snow at all, making me feel smart for having not succumbed to that snow-blower temptation late in the previous winter. On the other hand, this year has been one of the most extreme I can ever recall, and here we are in the first week of March, and sure enough it is snowing heavily once again. Since this is the month that comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb, it certainly seems too late in the season to go for the automated snow remover, and if the pattern from last time follows, one won't be needed for next year either, but I may just try and be smart about this (for a change) and try to pick one up during the off season after spring has sprung. Of course, as luck would have it, if I pick up a snow blower, we'll probably go ten straight years without a flake, but at this point, that's a risk I'm willing to take. Yeesh.

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I'm glad to see that there are a few fellow skeptics left out there that won't take everything they read at face value.

There are next to no real details here but...

I worked in several malls for the same company when I was in the retail racket.

It would not suprise me to find out that the security guards involved in this are over zealous wanna-be cops.

I could easily see some of the security guards where I worked getting into a 'patriotic' based argument with a shopper or other mall employee.
Sad but true.

The company I worked for was sued for millions of dollars (and settled out of court) because of sub-contracted security guards taking company shrink policy into their own hands.

These guys can get a little nutty.

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