My TRV policy provides coverage for losses from "weight of ice and snow". I'm anticipating a loss like this so I've proactively hired caterers to provide meals for me and my family for the next 3 days. The caterers will stay in the guest house and since I rarely fully heat it in winter I'm going to include the extra heating costs as an expense on my claim. So as to hold down the cost on my claim I've instructed the caterers to bring their own toilet paper and to minimize long showers or other wasteful activities.
Clearing now. Caterers prepared a nice breakfast and left the kitchen spotless. I requested a light lunch and instructed them to shovel off the driveway even though the wind keeps blowing the snow back.
I'm back after taking a paid leave of absence. Unfortunately the corporate jet was not available to get me home so I had to use my TRV funds to buy a last minute 1st class ticket to JFK. I did economize by using the limo service to drive me home instead of hiring a helicopter.
Glad to see that my kid performed well in my absence.
It still irks me that I was called a corporate hack in a post by a well known bozo. For the record I am not a hack, I am a well paid TRV Lawyer Goon, and proud to be one.
We are still working on the lease renewal. The sticking point is a disagreement about whether we should have gas burning fire places (like in Philly) or wet bars with feeder lines to kegs of beer. I suggested cocktail servers on roller skates, but the thick carpet we are installing is not easy to skate on.
I am a TRV HR Lawyer Goon. Correction. I am a WELL PAID TRV HR Lawyer Goon. I stifle dissent whenever and wherever I find it. I and I alone (along with Malum's superb contributions) drive the stock to continuous heights.
Now that you know you may remain silent and in awe.