Nobody wants to own the piles of snow in Seymour

There are 5 comments on the Feb 1, 2011, Connecticut Post story titled Nobody wants to own the piles of snow in Seymour. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

Pete Giovacchino was picking his way from the sidewalk on to Main Street, leaning hard on his cane with its rubber-tipped base.

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Stevie Patriot from CT

United States

#1 Feb 2, 2011
I don't own anything and not having a job, heck I'll own some snow if you throw it my way! I'm not sayin I will shovel it, I shovel enough you know what all day long trying to impress the chick I live with and myself.
Anonymous Neighbor

Derby, CT

#2 Feb 3, 2011
With actual unemployment numbers reaching 24%, not having a job in these depression era economic times isn't that unusual. But shoveling snow to impress a chick? What what woman isn't impressed by that? 50% of the country is shoveling snow. Do you find that odd?

Back to the job thing. Can you name a family that wouldn't give to have one parent stay home with the kids? I'm sure that any family would agree that it is a misfortune to have to send of your little ones to daycare and be raised by caregivers. Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't "Stevie" have bragging rights to the way he and his "chick" have raised their children? There are many big mouths who have to hide the doings of their children, especially the ones who abuse alcohol and drugs. Never mind the moms who parade their daughters around dressed like whores. Not to mention the parents who find it more stimulating to befriend their children above parenting them. Allowing alcohol to be served at parties to be the "cool mom" is counterculture.

You bring up an interesting topic though. You mention "owning". I would define something as being owned when all debts on that particular " thing "are paid in full. Not owning anything would or could mean that there is no debt to belong to the individual. But claiming to own something for which you cannot legally claim title to would be ignorant.

It's truly a shame that such a majority of society would claim to own so much and yet hide how in debt they truly are. Not owning much would bring you the status of a King in today's world.

Is Stevie all that bad? Get some real dirt instead of trying really hard to get readers to allude to the idea that you might have some sort of vendetta as an amateur stalker.
Fellow Patriot

Seymour, CT

#3 Mar 3, 2011
Stevie Patriot from CT wrote:
I don't own anything and not having a job, heck I'll own some snow if you throw it my way! I'm not sayin I will shovel it, I shovel enough you know what all day long trying to impress the chick I live with and myself.
Stevie, you are so funny! Right on! I heard the Weenie Wagon and McDonalds are both hiring. There are even cheesedogs there for your cheeseballs! Free snow...so funny!
Steve

Seymour, CT

#4 Mar 7, 2011
LOL
Gadsden

Waterbury, CT

#5 Mar 10, 2011
Anonymous Neighbor wrote:
With actual unemployment numbers reaching 24%, not having a job in these depression era economic times isn't that unusual. But shoveling snow to impress a chick? What what woman isn't impressed by that? 50% of the country is shoveling snow. Do you find that odd?
Back to the job thing. Can you name a family that wouldn't give to have one parent stay home with the kids? I'm sure that any family would agree that it is a misfortune to have to send of your little ones to daycare and be raised by caregivers. Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't "Stevie" have bragging rights to the way he and his "chick" have raised their children? There are many big mouths who have to hide the doings of their children, especially the ones who abuse alcohol and drugs. Never mind the moms who parade their daughters around dressed like whores. Not to mention the parents who find it more stimulating to befriend their children above parenting them. Allowing alcohol to be served at parties to be the "cool mom" is counterculture.
You bring up an interesting topic though. You mention "owning". I would define something as being owned when all debts on that particular " thing "are paid in full. Not owning anything would or could mean that there is no debt to belong to the individual. But claiming to own something for which you cannot legally claim title to would be ignorant.
It's truly a shame that such a majority of society would claim to own so much and yet hide how in debt they truly are. Not owning much would bring you the status of a King in today's world.
Is Stevie all that bad? Get some real dirt instead of trying really hard to get readers to allude to the idea that you might have some sort of vendetta as an amateur stalker.
Bla..bla..bla..! Look in the mirror!!!

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