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"Models" and their "photographers" for their e-zines. They are always marginally OK looking, and the context is typically cliche.
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more rain. frown.gif
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"Blue collar" themed bars - yeah lets go spend $5 per 12 oz. PBR can, so we may have that authentic experience.
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Having to go on business travel the day after coming home from vacation . It can't be helped, but it still sucks
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I drove all the way to my office tonight (about 35 minutes), but I forgot to bring one of the documents I really need. (I am scheduling my department's classes for the next academic year.) If I didn't write all the information out by hand on legal pads, as if I were seventy years old or something, then I wouldn't have this problem. But alas, I still write all this stuff out by hand on legal pads. That is my way.
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I take all my notes for class on legal pads as well, but then I type everything.

Are you going to drive back to your place or can you figure it out?
post #36727 of 70153
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

There is basically one reason why I pay for cable television, and that is to see baseball and football games.

but, aside from watching the rams, cards and in a much lesser degree, the blues, and eating ted drewe's custard- what's there left to do in stl? peepwall[1].gif
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

I take all my notes for class on legal pads as well, but then I type everything.
Are you going to drive back to your place or can you figure it out?

It wasn't absolutely necessary that I do that work at the office; it was just one of the things I wanted to do. I'll work on that tomorrow. (I just got home now.)

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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post

but, aside from watching the rams, cards and in a much lesser degree, the blues, and eating ted drewe's custard- what's there left to do in stl? peepwall[1].gif

I can't even eat the Ted Drewe's because of lactose problems. I will tell you what you can do in STL, though: you can go to Saks and have a beautiful Chinese SA call you honey while she tries to sell you Tom Ford fragrances. (I will be informing the tourism board of this STL attraction soon, you can better believe it.)
post #36729 of 70153
FUCK. I cannot find my SS card or birth cert., I need both by Oct 16th or else I cannot ship out for the USAF and I will be totally FUcked. I don't know if I can obtain replacements in time. I am seething. God fucking dammit
post #36730 of 70153
So, the first chill of the season has come wandering south and I miss our dog Trevor. He was a mutt, found him in her folks' neighborhood, no tags, no one wanted him or claimed him, so we took him in. I'm not sure that we were even married yet, I guess the dog was our first joint commitment - then that business at the chapel. 14 years ago, at least.

Trevor didn't age very gracefully - he had a bit of white on his muzzle into his 10th year and had problems getting around. When he tore a ligament in his leg we got him a doggie cart that he hated very very badly, and never used to any degree. Looking back, I don't know what the hell I was thinking, letting the Mrs. talk me into a goddamn doggie cart, but moving on. But the old boy was always anxious to get out and walk the neighborhood, even if I had to carry him on the return trip.

They say that Spring is the time of rebirth, but for us it was fall. Trevor would be so lazy and tired and struggle to walk the yard in the summer heat, but once the cool blast hit he would run again - run out of the house, chasing the squirrels and other dogs and rolling around - and then he would run back inside, skidding on the kitchen tiles and giving the cats hell, smiling the whole time. It was like turning the clock back 10 years, back to his robust youth.

But not this year.
post #36731 of 70153
My parents put my cat (the cat that I picked out when I was a child) to sleep on thursday. It was time (she was 18 and not doing well at all) but seeing the photos of her dead body was sad.

The previous cat didn't have major issues (besides simply being old) and she was able to just pass away in her sleep about 10 years ago. It was a shame this cat couldn't go that way too.
post #36732 of 70153
It's a painful truth that their lives are short, while our memories are long.
post #36733 of 70153
I feel you T-bone. Raise one tonight for those we've lost.

Lost an employee this weekend. Mid-management, great guy, great employee, early 40s, fit. Just died in his sleep.
post #36734 of 70153
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

I feel you T-bone. Raise one tonight for those we've lost.
Lost an employee this weekend. Mid-management, great guy, great employee, early 40s, fit. Just died in his sleep.

Hear ya mang. Will do. Might visit Drunk Threads (although tomorrow is a track day)

Sorry to hear about your employee. What's chilling is that - change the name and setting - I fit that mold (well, except that Great Employee business!)
post #36735 of 70153

Having dental work done and being forced to chew on one side for a week.

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