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Been at work since 4PM. The sacrifices I make for my fellow citizens go unheralded.
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

Been at work since 4PM. The sacrifices I make for my fellow citizens go unheralded.

I herald them here in St. Louis, but I don't think word of that gets back to you. (It is not the citizens of St. Louis whom you benefit with your hard work, for the most part at least.)
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Originally Posted by Thomas View Post

fucking hell my patience is starting to fray with everything and everyone.

not with me I hope smile.gif have you stopped running?
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post


The part that makes me want to pull my hair out is the expectation to give straight cash to my "cousins in need". They are all basically very rich recently with my parent's older siblings dying in the past decade - they sold off all the inherited lands and are rolling in cash. Its just that my mom likes the idea of giving them money. I don't mind paying for things like school tuitions, medical insurance, seed money for small businesses - as long as its organized - but straight cash into bank accounts? fuck that i know that will go straight to uselessness. I might as well just set money on fire.

somebody in the extended family must be saying stupid shit to your mom.
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

I've met plenty of ppl with really weird parents, and can fully understand them sort of avoiding their parents. However I told mine that I would be happy to have them if they could no longer live on their own for any reason. I'm fairly certain I'm the only one of my siblings to make that offer however.

good for you. I can't imagine doing that, and I probably need to earn more so I could just pay someone to take care of them full time when the time comes.
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Originally Posted by js4design View Post

My neighbor has the habit of playing the same cd over and over for weeks and weeks. For most of this year, it has been the Pulp Fiction soundtrack, which I didn't mind (although hearing "Comanche" on repeat through the wall was disconcerting). As of this week, he's changed over to LeAnn Rimes' God Bless America album.

neighbor must have ocd... try moving his/her front door mat everyday
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

My SF boyfriend is gaining weight. sarcasm.gif

what the hell do you want from me??!!!! I got slow metabolism dammit!!!!
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I never heard of uninsured insurance, wonder if my CC covers that when we rent in the US. What a insane idea though, I don't think you can get that up here. Is the rider a lot?
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Originally Posted by A Canuker View Post

I never heard of uninsured insurance, wonder if my CC covers that when we rent in the US. What a insane idea though, I don't think you can get that up here. Is the rider a lot?

nah. UI isn't usually that bad. Its PIP (personal injury protection) that's usually the one that hits you the hardest. If you have a decent level that is (AND YOU SHOULD!)

How do you Canadians handle getting smacked up by someone without insurance?
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post



How do you Canadians handle getting smacked up by someone without insurance?

don't they just apologize to each other and be on their way?
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post

don't they just apologize to each other and be on their way?

keep a spare poutine in the glove compartment to show the police as proof of Canadianism?
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

keep a spare poutine in the glove compartment to show the police as proof of Canadianism?

That's stupid! The fries would get all soggy in the glove compartment. Canadian cars have optional poutine holders instead of drink holders, eh.
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

I am doing okay, thanks. I spent the weekend in Chicago, which was a nice distraction.
Glad you're doing okay, and that you enjoyed Chicago.
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My sleeping problems are really becoming problematic.
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In the UK its illegal to turn the ignition in a car thats not insured. I'm fairly sure being driving caught without insurance is enough to get you locked up. At the very least its a 2 year ban.
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Originally Posted by Blackhood View Post

In the UK its illegal to turn the ignition in a car thats not insured. I'm fairly sure being driving caught without insurance is enough to get you locked up. At the very least its a 2 year ban.
This is a good law
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Originally Posted by Blackhood View Post

In the UK its illegal to turn the ignition in a car thats not insured. I'm fairly sure being driving caught without insurance is enough to get you locked up. At the very least its a 2 year ban.

Is it really inforced?

That's the problem here..
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

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Originally Posted by Blackhood View Post

In the UK its illegal to turn the ignition in a car thats not insured. I'm fairly sure being driving caught without insurance is enough to get you locked up. At the very least its a 2 year ban.

Is it really inforced?

That's the problem here..

Years ago when I was young and stupid (or stupider), I had to go to magistrates court for speeding. The guy up before me had caused a crash while driving not only uninsured, but without a valid driving licence (he was already subject to a driving ban due to previous offences). He did not go to prison.
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