I am amazed at the lack of media coverage concerning the "windstorm" we had. People lost their lives, and over 300,000 MLGW customers were without power. Thats customers, not the total numbers of those without, clearly this has affected many more people than that. We are America's distribution center, with the largest cargo airport in the world, hub of Fed-Ex. You ship whatever, it goes through Memphis. Today is Sunday and still power eludes 133,000 homes. We had the equivalent of a "land Hurricane" There is no mention of what's going on at CNN, MSNBC, etc. Makes me wonder if people see Memphis as insignificant.... I am making a lot of money doing cleanups for my customers, and I am not gouging folks. To date, I have succeeded in complete cleanups on 4 of my customers. I try to get the big stuff first, make my rounds, customers wanting to know when I'm going to start on them. Accessed storm damage, those in need first served, those wanting cosmetics, later. Debris piles the size of semi-trucks we hauled out to the curb on my trailer, the Jungle Jims in the way, people getting cranky all around town due to no electricity. Hustler ZTR used to shuttle branches with a slip chain to curb. I have to say my Hustler is truly "TUFF STUFF" My customers see the work we do. See the Hustler ZTR in action clearing debris, then putting the final beautiful cut on their lawn. The Qwikchute open to blow debris to curb, closed to mulch up leaves and small twigs. The Red Max 7001 performs way better than I had hoped, There is no comparison between that and the Stihl BR-400. Really saves on raking time. Emergency generators are everywhere, there is no ice to be found inside the city. Restaurants just now getting generators on line to be open. People just wanting things to return to pre-storm conditions everywhere. No day off for me....and my workers are exhausted.