Quebec storage places in Canada can share the same stories that most storage places can. While a storage manager myself, we can always relate to the great stories and the not so great stories in the storage industry. There are a few on both sides of the coin, but for the most part, the stories and experiences were good. One of the good stories we all have in common is when bands rent a storage space to practice their music. We wonder if any of these bands ever made it, and made a record, or at least got to play their music for a crowd. There must be some you would think, but the music business is a very hard and ruthless business. It is sad it is that way. Music should make people happy or sad or think about things, or whatever emotion it might bring to a person. As we write this, we have headphones on right now, listening to music. We used to walk by storage spaces in the property we managed and hear the bands playing away. It made me smile thinking of the great effort it took to play music.
Quebec storage places probably have experienced the same things, although we do not know of any bands from Montreal or Quebec. That does not mean much though, because a lot of people from the United States of America do not know much about Canada. In our debate about health care, we always hear the comparisons about Canada and their health care. One side says it is working, the other side says it is not working. Some say people wait a long time to see a doctor in Canada, or they have to wait a long time if they need a transplant. Other people say the health care system in Canada is good, and people are sick less, and worry less.
Quebec storage places and the people who rent storage spaces to play music probably also have an opinion on this subject. People who play music and become famous sometimes shape our culture and the way we think. Children should have free health care. If you look at the entire world though, most kids die young. We once read where fifty percent of all children in the world will die of starvation or are suffering from malnutrition. Wow, that is a horrible stat. We used to give free rent to many charities and we think Quebec storage places probably do to. It was a noble thing to do. The Boy Scouts of America and churches often received free rent on a storage unit from us. The company we worked for never complained about it. We were proud our company did those things and it made you feel good about being a manager at a caring storage place. There are many caring people in Quebec too, and we would be proud to join forces with them to make all storage places more caring to help our respected societies. There are a lot of good people in this world and Canada and the United States of America are two of those countries that do care. Now no one is perfect, and no country can be flawless. We can only try our best. So good luck to all.
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