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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

flash some boob next time. wink.gif
sorry dude. i know it was a dick move, i just wanted to talk to you. WHOS CREEPY NOW, BITCHES!!!!
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its so damn cold, i cant feel my feet. cold[1].gif

You looked very different than your Facebook pictures. I didn't realize you bore such a striking resemblance to a haggard 50+-year-old woman. Or were you the equally haggard dude who was driving?

Also, it might be time to upgrade that beat, old minivan.
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

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What a jerk face. Who would do something like that?

No clue why they would have done it. My only guess is that they thought my brake lights were taillights. It was that time of morning where you don't need your lights on, but people who have been on the road for a bit might still have them on. Given I'd just gotten on the road, I didn't need my lights, and I'm wondering if they assumed I had my lights on when I didn't, leading them to believe the lights they saw when I was braking were taillights, not brake lights. Also, this was after a curve where traffic has a tendency to pile up with a lot of hard braking, and they had come fairly close to rear ending me just before they told me my lights were out, so they may well have been paying so little attention that they'd confuse brake/taillights.

So, basically, my guess is "the people who told me the lights are out are idiots who don't pay nearly enough attention when they're driving."
post #41537 of 65749
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

If only there were some way to make money that didn't involve any other people.


Let me know if you find one.


Oh yeah if the before mentioned deal falls through I "loose" a 6 figure commission. censored.gif
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

No clue why they would have done it. My only guess is that they thought my brake lights were taillights. It was that time of morning where you don't need your lights on, but people who have been on the road for a bit might still have them on. Given I'd just gotten on the road, I didn't need my lights, and I'm wondering if they assumed I had my lights on when I didn't, leading them to believe the lights they saw when I was braking were taillights, not brake lights. Also, this was after a curve where traffic has a tendency to pile up with a lot of hard braking, and they had come fairly close to rear ending me just before they told me my lights were out, so they may well have been paying so little attention that they'd confuse brake/taillights.

So, basically, my guess is "the people who told me the lights are out are idiots who don't pay nearly enough attention when they're driving."

Ah, this makes sense now. They were driving like jerks, almost hit you, then had to try to shift the blame onto you lest they feel like the jerks they were so they lied and told you your brake lights weren't working. What assholes. I know people exactly like this. I loathe them.
post #41539 of 65749
1 - Have someone with a Jeep drive over your cast, breaking it open.
2 - Scratch.
post #41540 of 65749
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

1 - Have someone with a Jeep drive over your cast, breaking it open.
2 - Scratch.

Shouldn't be hard to find members with Jeeps.
post #41541 of 65749
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Originally Posted by My Suave View Post

The fact that a guy drove his jeep on my foot and was stationary on it for a good 10 seconds, broke it! and now been in a cast for 6 weeks! i want to itch my leg so bad if anybody has a solution tell ME!!! 

I used a back scratcher or a knitting pin.
post #41542 of 65749
I had a cast from my groin to my toes for 2 months when I was 9, so believe me I know.
post #41543 of 65749
I got thrown over someone shoulder and landed the with a twist, which resulted in a spiral fracture in my right shin, the doctor told me I hand done a great job and then spend a couple hours figuring out whether to use screws or not, they ended on no.

Profile settings.
post #41544 of 65749
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

It was 19 out when I got into my car this morning. After yesterday, it actually felt warm.

it was slightly warmer feeling when i went into my car, but within a few minutes my feet were once again blocks of ice. cloud.gif
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

You looked very different than your Facebook pictures. I didn't realize you bore such a striking resemblance to a haggard 50+-year-old woman. Or were you the equally haggard dude who was driving?
Also, it might be time to upgrade that beat, old minivan.

you know how sherlock holmes was a master of disguise? i am his costume rabbi.

the van of course, was part of the guise.
post #41545 of 65749
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

I'm at Central Market all the time. They have the best meat market and bakery you can find, and their beer and wine selection are excellent. Plus they have John Kelly Chocolate

I actually just got back from CM and I remembered something else I love about the place: the floor staff is, for the most part, really knowledgeable and passionate about food. They are really happy to recommend a wine, beer, cheese, coffee, whatever. and more often than not their recommendations are on point. You really can't get that at any other supermarket, other than some of the nicer Whole Foods. Of course you pay for it, and I couldn't afford to do that for all the food I buy, but it's nice when you can afford it.
post #41546 of 65749
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

So, I always carry around this little chaplet, (Divine Infant of Prague) and I am putting on my jacket this morning and I realize it is gone. Its not in the pants I wore yesterday or the jacket, not in my jeans' coin pocket either and not in my desk or where I empty my pockets, not in my car either. My only thought is that it would have fallen out somewhere at the boxing gym but its so small its easy to miss and may have gotten swept up... basically there aren't many possessions I would be upset to lose and this is probably the only one.

Found it! It slipped out my pants into the back seat (which is always messy). Was kinda lucky to see it, too... shog[1].gif
post #41547 of 65749
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

Found it! It slipped out my pants into the back seat (which is always messy). Was kinda lucky to see it, too... shog[1].gif

Get rid of those KFC boxes and McDonald's bags.
post #41548 of 65749
I often make special appointments to meet students for office hours on days when I wouldn't normally be on campus. I haven't kept an exact tally, but I bet at least 70% of the time, the students don't show up. As you may have already guessed, this just happened again.
post #41549 of 65749
More fucking snow.
post #41550 of 65749
^WTF (L'Inc's post)
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