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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

good luck acid, best wishes to the employee.

+1. Stay strong, my AZN brother from a slanted-eyed mother.
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My stupid effing son just informed me he lost his wallet WTF! And somehow he is not to blame for this so now he has to contact the police (of course no fucker has handed it have they) to cancel his licence, make a statutory declaration for the RTA and have it witnessed by a JP, cancel his bank cards,replace his transit card and his white card for work. All of which costs money and the idiot did this less than six months ago.cloud.gif

Fucking wonderful now he is in a screaming match with his mother:cloud:cloud.gif:cloud:Fuck I feel like Job I can't deal with any more shit from him its absurd.

Thank the gods there is a bottle of rum in the kitchen cupboard, thats it I am just going to have a very large drink or three.
post #41853 of 70141
If anyone ever tells you that a car is an asset, feel free to punch them in the dick.
post #41854 of 70141
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

My stupid effing son just informed me he lost his wallet WTF! And somehow he is not to blame for this so now he has to contact the police (of course no fucker has handed it have they) to cancel his licence, make a statutory declaration for the RTA and have it witnessed by a JP, cancel his bank cards,replace his transit card and his white card for work. All of which costs money and the idiot did this less than six months ago.cloud.gif

Fucking wonderful now he is in a screaming match with his mother:cloud:cloud.gif:cloud:Fuck I feel like Job I can't deal with any more shit from him its absurd.

Thank the gods there is a bottle of rum in the kitchen cupboard, thats it I am just going to have a very large drink or three.

I overcame this problem when I was 16 by wearing my wallet on a chain. Looked like a douche, but saved literally hundreds in replacement card fees.
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Originally Posted by Blackhood View Post

I overcame this problem when I was 16 by wearing my wallet on a chain. Looked like a douche, but saved literally hundreds in replacement card fees.

Never needed a chain, and the last time I lost a wallet, I was 10 or so.

Never really understood how you could lose stuff like that.

And for the record, the traffic jam I was stuck in last night took me 3 hours and 45 minutes to get through. It normally is only an hour and 15 min drive.. Lucky the new radio in my car has a usb movie feature, so Wallstreet 1 (only one on usb in my suitcase) was watched during the wait.
post #41856 of 70141
How do you repeatedly lose a wallet? I mean... Just pay attention to it biggrin.gif
post #41857 of 70141
Acid, that sucks man. Hoping for the best.
post #41858 of 70141
As much as I love using plastic to pay for my purchases, I hate the feeling of not having cash on me. I need at least a couple hundo before I walk out the house.
post #41859 of 70141
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

As much as I love using plastic to pay for my purchases, I hate the feeling of not having cash on me. I need at least a couple hundo before I walk out the house.

Personal security experts say to always carry a couple of hundred on you so that muggers do not get upset at you and needlessly beat you. Considering what a tempting target you must be to any red blooded mugger I would never step out of the house without some bank if I was you. Good choice.
post #41860 of 70141
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Originally Posted by nootje View Post

Never needed a chain, and the last time I lost a wallet, I was 10 or so.

Never really understood how you could lose stuff like that.

And for the record, the traffic jam I was stuck in last night took me 3 hours and 45 minutes to get through. It normally is only an hour and 15 min drive.. Lucky the new radio in my car has a usb movie feature, so Wallstreet 1 (only one on usb in my suitcase) was watched during the wait.





post #41861 of 70141
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

As much as I love using plastic to pay for my purchases, I hate the feeling of not having cash on me. I need at least a couple hundo before I walk out the house.

My father says if he doesn't have at least $2,000 in his pocket at any given time he feels broke.
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Jeez Acid, I'm sorry to hear that. Good luck with the house, though.
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

As much as I love using plastic to pay for my purchases, I hate the feeling of not having cash on me. I need at least a couple hundo before I walk out the house.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

My father says if he doesn't have at least $2,000 in his pocket at any given time he feels broke.

suddenly I got curious and wondered how much I'm carrying. $61 and 100 pesos. wtf am I going to do with pesos. I must have been carrying them for years. for that matter, I'm not sure why I'm carrying so much USD, either. puzzled.gif
post #41863 of 70141
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post


Funny Lawrence, I'd like to see you do a 130 mile round trip daily commute by bike smile.gif

But, as today is my last day in this office and my new one is just 1,5 mile from my house, I will be using a bike as of monday biggrin.gif

And regarding the what you carry, I dont even have a wallet anymore. Case mate ID for iphone, drivers license and debit card are more than enough for me.

Ofcourse there is change and a creditcard in the car.

@ acid, thats a rough deal.
post #41864 of 70141
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

My father says if he doesn't have at least $2,000 in his pocket at any given time he feels broke.

^my dads the same way, he has one of those hidden fanny packs and carries scary amounts of cash with him. I used to hate walking around the city with him because he had that cash and a concealed sig sauer 9mm.

I've gone to the other extreme. I used to be careful with my cash, but now I pull random 20's out pants pockets that are crusty from being laundered.

Its so hard to keep up with how much cash you're spending. It used to be that way with credit cards, but now with things like smartphones, I know exactly how much I've got/spent/want to spend.

When I'm on vacation and have cash on me I'll be flummoxed at the end of the day at what I spent the cash on.
post #41865 of 70141
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Originally Posted by nootje View Post

Funny Lawrence, I'd like to see you do a 130 mile round trip daily commute by bike smile.gif

But, as today is my last day in this office and my new one is just 1,5 mile from my house, I will be using a bike as of monday biggrin.gif

And regarding the what you carry, I dont even have a wallet anymore. Case mate ID for iphone, drivers license and debit card are more than enough for me.

Ofcourse there is change and a creditcard in the car.

@ acid, thats a rough deal.

^sorry I misread your post as normally a 15min car commute.

still thats awesome about the 1.5mile new commute. I went about a decade using just a small carrying case for cards/cash/ids but eventually went back to the wallet. its nice to have a picture of the wife at all times.
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