Now cities across america are banning snow sledding in their parks! First of all, if you are unfortunate enough to live in a place where you can get whacked by winter storms that have your Mayor declare a “State of Emergency” (Boston today), then my advice for you is call a moving company and call a Real Estate agent in a city like Las Vegas or San Diego (hey, I am a Real Estate agent in Las Vegas and San Diego) and make better choices.
If you are not going to make the decision to leave, when it does snow, you want to go sledding, right? According to the Today Show this morning, there are more than 20,000 people taken to the emergency room for injuries every year. I’m not surprised by that number at all. We went sledding earlier this year and saw plenty of people making bad choices on the slopes, including the woman who walked right in front of my friend’s daughter who was about to head down the hill. I actually said (out loud) that the little girl should have proceeded, and then that woman would not make that mistake again (although I’m sure she would have sued my friend). Because that is the problem! These whiners don’t take responsibility for their own stupid actions and then they sue the city, or whoever they beleive is at fault. In Boone, Iowa, the city awarded a family 12 million dollars in 2011 and in Omaha, Nebraska, it was $2.4 million. Seriously people? Go put your big boy (and big girl) pants on, and take some responsibility. If there is a picnic table potentially in your path, sled somewhere else! Duh!
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