Just thinking the other day about driver release stops and what it really takes to get things out of sight and out of the weather. Even talked to a supervisor about why they never seem to "correct" us any more when we leave things in plain sight, but they are running around behind our backs taking pictures. Fact is to get them out of sight, we often must enter garages, unlocked cars, rearrange the front porch, and enter into back yards where I question if we have any legal right to be. Something missing from the garage? Guess who dun it? Have a dog shoot out the gate when you're trying to enter? Guess who's responsible? Pretty girl sunbathing when you get back there? Yuck it up with your pals right up until the time the cops show up because you've been accused of being a peeping tom. Don't know about your areas of the country, but around here no one makes any effort to hide things anymore. Even the competition leaves it in plain sight. Shoot, even the meter readers have installed sensors they can read from the sidewalk out front now. Perhaps it's time we stopped having to sign those pledges to get pkgs out of sight/out of weather. Contract 2013?