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Moving. Just thinking about it hacks me off. I'm sure I'll be a real joy to be around when i start packing things up. ffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gifcensored.gif
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

Cheer up Ed. Soon you'll be banging that girl you work with.

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Half the idiots here had some issue like not printing their admission ticket, registering for the wrong test, or having an ID with their maiden name and old address when their ticket says their married name and current one.

For most of them, this is the single most important test of their lives, and they've done the equivalent of buying the wrong tickets for a sporting event, in someone else's name, and showing up without them. I fix all their fucking problems and then one of them has the nerve to say she should report me to ets for starting the test 30 minutes late, a problem that wouldn't have arisen if they showed up when the site says to show up, instead of when the test is set to start. Or just brought any combination of the three things they're meant to have.

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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

I was eating lunch with a couple that i've known since college... but haven't really kept in touch with since.

I remarked how we all don't have kids yet and the wife kinda breaks down and it gets awkward.

turns out they had a little son that died while still a baby about 5 years ago.

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I didn't know, and apologized profusely - the whole encounter was just uhoh.gifconfused.gif. I was so ashamed and just wanted to disappear.

I did something similar about 25 years ago and still remember it. Ran into a friend, one that was notorious for shabby dressing, at the bank in a suit. I made the usual comment in such cases, "You just get back from a funeral or a wedding?" He had just finished his father's funeral.
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I have a $150 check in my wallet. It's burning a hole and can't be cashed yet. ffffuuuu.gif
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

I have a $150 check in my wallet. It's burning a hole and can't be cashed yet. ffffuuuu.gif

Wow, your dealer takes checks? You NY'ers are so sophisticated.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

I did something similar about 25 years ago and still remember it. Ran into a friend, one that was notorious for shabby dressing, at the bank in a suit. I made the usual comment in such cases, "You just get back from a funeral or a wedding?" He had just finished his father's funeral.

I did something similar and as a result I no longer ask that question.
post #27083 of 65954
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

The Hawks are actually the team that I grew up with and I will root for, but given the media in this town it's only natural to develop a fondness for the Browns. TJ & Whitehurst are both terrible and things probably won't get any better until Pete Carroll decides to tackle the gang and the winning problem in Miami.
Hey, Harv, long time listener first time caller, I've got some trade ideas that I think will really put the Browns over the top for this season.
Does that mean that he'll be very successful in the CFL for years and then come back to the NFL to be mildly successful with teams that are not the Browns all while being a pitchman for his charitable cereal?
Lesson learned. This is, after all, SF.
I know the feeling well. I am married which helps to keep me sane, but all of my good friends live in other states and none of them are OH.

New friends are better, they have younger hotter girlfriends to steal.
post #27084 of 65954
I got my third paper cut in the last week or so last night.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I think if you fry anything it would taste good.

I knew we'd eventually agree on something!
post #27086 of 65954
Gus Johnson isn't calling NCAA tournament games this year. What the fuck is going on?
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My stomach as a roiling vat of high strength acid all night long due to some shitty food at a place we thought we would try for a change last night. Further proof I have my places and should not deviate. So bad I don't think I'm gonna drink today.
post #27088 of 65954
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Originally Posted by gort View Post

What is pissing me off is I am at an age where all my best friends are married or getting married and I have no new friends. I don't want new friends I just miss my best friends. I know it is not realistic but it fucking sucks to have your best buddies fade away.

Wait a few years they divorce or help them to do so by introducing them to loose women.
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

All bartenders should be hot chicks.

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Not sure where else to put this.

Someone contacted me on Feb 22nd saying they'd buy a shirt from me. I don't mind putting things on hold as long as I have a solid commitment, but this guy hasn't given me a date when he'll follow through. He logs into SF daily and dallies on my queries. Can I leave negative feedback in this situation?
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