I remember the one time it snowed in South Carolina when I lived there. Only about 2 inches. Nobody, and I mean NOBODY, on the road as I drove to work. I had keys to the workplace, so let myself in, turned off the alarm, logged into all the systems and waited. No customers, no co-workers. No one until about 90 minutes later (who came in looking for snow plows of all things). Finally, about 2.5 hours later, the boss comes in and everyone else straggles in AFTER the snow had melted.
Boss wanted to know what I was doing in so early. Me, I wanted to know what was so bad about 2 inches of snow that no one could make it in on time.
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