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post #45391 of 69241
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

In n Out is better than the average fast food burger, but living in TX you should know that Whataburger kicks its ass.

Anyway, aren't you a baby baller? You should be going to Liberty Burger or Smashburger instead.

I've had smashburger...

If smashburger is better than In n Out, then I *really* am confused as to why I think I am missing out on something by never having tried In n Out.
post #45392 of 69241
I found one of my "grail" bikes on craigslist. Drove out to long island and bought it. Stripped it down to the bare frame - for a complete tune up. Only then noticed the frame was bent. ffffuuuu.gif

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The bend was hidden behind the cranks/chainrings on the downtube near the bottom bracket. April Fools on myself cloud.gif
post #45393 of 69241
I just had Buffalo Wild Wings. SO MANY CALORIES.
post #45394 of 69241
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Originally Posted by deadly7 View Post

The heels on my AE's fell off after 10.5 months of use. $50 to get them replaced (I bitched about how stupid it was that $300 shoes don't last more than 10 months without needing repair and got it down to $25 for one time only), and then was informed if I get heel taps installed elsewhere the factory may not work on them. And of course, AE charges $40 for heel taps. ffffuuuu.gif

Apparently heels falling off of AE is common. I have been hearing complaints about that for years.
post #45395 of 69241
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Originally Posted by Biscotti View Post

A good friend of mine hit a car on his way to school this morning. The dumb girl was not wearing a seat belt, and her head went into the windshield--he said it was a bloody mess. He's pretty broken down about the whole ordeal, but she would have been fine if she was wearing her seat belt (which is the law here). The visibility at the intersection is shit as well (he was at a stop sign making a left onto a one-way from a two-way; the car was traveling in the left-hand lane, a parked truck blocked all visibility).

Hope everything works out OK.
post #45396 of 69241
One of numerous reasons that I stopped wearing AE about 5 years ago.

I have the combination Pizza Hut ad Taco Bell song stuck in my head, wtf sf.
post #45397 of 69241
Pro se petitioners are making my life more stressful than it needs to be. They don't know the law, they're frequently crazy, and many of them believe that all actions of an opponent within the adversarial system constitute sanctionable conduct. Um, no. I would much rather go up against a good lawyer who acts professionally.
post #45398 of 69241
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

Pro se petitioners are making my life more stressful than it needs to be. They don't know the law, they're frequently crazy, and many of them believe that all actions of an opponent within the adversarial system constitute sanctionable conduct. Um, no. I would much rather go up against a good lawyer who acts professionally.

poast reported, counselor.

and, how dare you, etc.
post #45399 of 69241
I wanted to take a pic of my six-pack for the "Things that are making you happy" thread but I can't find my USB cable to transfer the photos.
post #45400 of 69241
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

I wanted to take a pic of my six-pack for the "Things that are making you happy" thread but I can't find my USB cable to transfer the photos.

I didn't know you love beer..
post #45401 of 69241
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

Pro se petitioners are making my life more stressful than it needs to be. They don't know the law, they're frequently crazy, and many of them believe that all actions of an opponent within the adversarial system constitute sanctionable conduct. Um, no. I would much rather go up against a good lawyer who acts professionally.

Definitely. And the judges let them get away with shit that a lawyer would get smacked for.
post #45402 of 69241
Speaking of, I made the mistake of helping out a friend who was getting sued in small claims court on Monday. Pro Se plaintiff, of course. Since the guy hadn't even remotely stated a claim, or even coherently stated why he was suing, I was sure that I could just walk in and get the damn thing dismissed. Instead, not only did I have to sit through 2 hours of trials on other claims that should have been dismissed for failure to state a claim, but I had to put the damn thing on trial and listen to this douchebag ramble for about a half hour, and then interrupt me with "objections" that were actually restatements of his testimony.
post #45403 of 69241
so I just came back from one of the most facepalm.gif experiences that I can remember.

we were supposed to do this team building exercise where we had to identify a competitor, and do a sort of SWOT analysis on them. the problem is that the companies we drew from a hat were all American, and 60% of my team does not live in/cover the States.

part of me thought "see this is why the world hates us"

the other part of me (the one controlled by SF) was like "USA! USA! USA!"
post #45404 of 69241
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

Speaking of, I made the mistake of helping out a friend who was getting sued in small claims court on Monday. Pro Se plaintiff, of course.

Do people who represent themselves in court act like lawyers on legal dramas?
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

Do people who represent themselves in court act like lawyers on legal dramas?

 

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