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A few afternoons ago, I noticed an HVAC repair truck parked in the cul de sac. While this would not normally be a unusual occurrence, it seemed to be parked in the same spot all day long. Then during this time, I did not see anyone leave or enter the HVAC repair truck. The repair truck was still sitting in the cul de sac, when I left my house the next afternoon. I told my partner about the truck over supper, however he did not seem to be really interested about the mysterious HVAC repair truck. When he was walking out the front door though, he told me the truck was still sitting there. I was upset that something might not be right, so I decided to call a few neighbors to get to the bottom of things. As I called a few of my neighbors, hoping someone would have an answer to the unusual dilemma, none of my neighbors seemed to be similarly interested about the mysterious truck too. On my fourth call, Tim told me an extremely helpful story. The HVAC repair truck had been there over the weekend, because Tim in addition to his wife Janet were having trouble with the air conditioner device at home. Unfortunately, the truck would not start when the HVAC serviceman was getting ready to leave. The serviceman had to call someone to grab him, in addition to the supplier called for a tow truck as well. It takes a special type of tow truck to haul these types of work vans, so they were still waiting on someone to stop by and escort the HVAC repair truck. The truck did not leave its spot until Monday afternoon.

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