Feb 2, 2011 was yet another snowstorm here in NH. I was pulling out of a gas station right across the street from NCC and I saw this guy in a rear wheel drive pick up truck, stuck in the snow. The streets were barely plowed yet. I have 4 wheel drive so I seldom get stuck. The poor guy kept hitting the gas to try to get his pick up moving, but yet each time got more stuck. I got out of my truck and tapped on his window and asked him if I could help push him out of the snow. He said “sure!”. I got behind the truck and started pushing him; sure enough he got out. He was one happy man. It made me feel good to help a total stranger for no reason.
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