I can just see the tears streaming down little junior's face cause his sled didn't make it because of a snow storm: all that snow and no sled. You wouldn't catch me ruining it for some little fella who just wanted to have a good Christmas this year. I'd be over getting flame throwers from the National Guard to get up to those front doors. :<)
Hey it is not UPS' fault that people don't send packages early. Christmas has been December 25th for a very long time now. So if grandma wants little Billy to have a sled she should send it sooner just in case there is a huge blizzard that shuts down the city. Of course she may live in FL and not know how winter works in the rest of the country. We only lost one day (of course that one day created a huge mess); I am sure we will be making it up tomorrow and this weekend. Everyone will get their packages if they sent them on time. I would have been very upset if my packages would have arrived yesterday. I personally think the safety of others is more important than a package.
You can go with your bad self and flame throwers trying to save the holidays but you will really tick off grandma when you accidentally burn down her front door just so you could deliver her HSN package.