The Good Side of a Blizzard

Snowbound cars Property Rights for Shoveling
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  1. Alexis says:

    Very interesting. Seems like Political response to crisis was rational and appropriate, unlike currently.

    1. Lou says:

      The 19th century was a time of greater common sense, innovation and esthetics.
      In the 21st century, we keep maintaining and replacing above ground wiring while suffering outages from wind, rain, floods and snow. All wires and other utilities should be underground. The politicians and other lazy people argue the cost is too great. Unfortunately, they have not heard of sinking funds, investment over time and gradual replacement of archaic systems. Among other things, that is investing in infrastructure by the people, not the government. Cut out government waste. Among other things, underground improves esthetics and quality of life.

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