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post #48016 of 61906
Both Edina and Connus, two lads not known for their propensity with the opposite sex, claim to currently have SOs.

Is there something you want to share with the rest of the class, boys?
post #48017 of 61906
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Ouch.

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post #48018 of 61906
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

at least JC/Hoboken people know they're in a second rate place. Brooklyn people choose not to realize it.

I sad. frown.gif
post #48019 of 61906
Holy shit, I'd forgotten how miserable buying a car is, and it's even worse when you're buying out of practicality and not desire.
post #48020 of 61906
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Holy shit, I'd forgotten how miserable buying a car is, and it's even worse when you're buying out of practicality and not desire.

agreed. i like having a new (well, new used) car, but getting one is generally rough going. id like to imagine it would be easier if i had boatloads of money.
post #48021 of 61906
I recently purchased a Maybach, which is doing a yeoman's work for me. (It is not literally a yeoman, just to be clear. That is a manner of speaking.)
post #48022 of 61906
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

Holy shit, I'd forgotten how miserable buying a car is, and it's even worse when you're buying out of practicality and not desire.

hmmm... there comes that time where you start fooling yourself... start thinking: ok this time is going to be different. Then the dealer starts showing its slimy dealer nature and its like a spouse who knows how to push your buttons into immediate anger or disenchantment.


I'm pissed because the inevitable happened. My brother and his wife are getting a divorce. Everyone could see it happening from miles away before they go married. I'm happy that they're apart, but things are getting nasty in regards to custody of their kids. I don't know what to do - my parents hinted at me taking time off and going to san francisco to assess whats going on.

I balked at that idea - but in reality they're both in their 70's and old so its something I really have to consider. My wife is worried about potentially lending out money for legal help for my brother - honestly I am too. my brother and his ex are by nature volatile people who will fight to the death for the sake of fighting. my gut is telling me not to get involved.
post #48023 of 61906
So I checked my tracking info on my oncoming blazer for SS and it says the package has arrived and at my porch.
I go out and behold, there's nothing there.

Turns out my package was delivered to someone in Indianapolis, IN. I LIVE IN CALIFORNIA!!
post #48024 of 61906
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Originally Posted by donjuan17 View Post

So I checked my tracking info on my oncoming blazer for SS and it says the package has arrived and at my porch.
I go out and behold, there's nothing there.

Turns out my package was delivered to someone in Indianapolis, IN. I LIVE IN CALIFORNIA!!

I've been waiting for an umbrella from Austria that was shipped in February. The tracking number expired. I'm not optimistic.
post #48025 of 61906
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I've been waiting for an umbrella from Austria that was shipped in February. The tracking number expired. I'm not optimistic.

Wow that sucks. And let me guess, you spent like $300 on the thing.
post #48026 of 61906
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

Wow that sucks. And let me guess, you spent like $300 on the thing.

cold, think more.
post #48027 of 61906
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

hmmm... there comes that time where you start fooling yourself... start thinking: ok this time is going to be different. Then the dealer starts showing its slimy dealer nature and its like a spouse who knows how to push your buttons into immediate anger or disenchantment.


I'm pissed because the inevitable happened. My brother and his wife are getting a divorce. Everyone could see it happening from miles away before they go married. I'm happy that they're apart, but things are getting nasty in regards to custody of their kids. I don't know what to do - my parents hinted at me taking time off and going to san francisco to assess whats going on.

I balked at that idea - but in reality they're both in their 70's and old so its something I really have to consider. My wife is worried about potentially lending out money for legal help for my brother - honestly I am too. my brother and his ex are by nature volatile people who will fight to the death for the sake of fighting. my gut is telling me not to get involved.

Larry, sorry to hear this. Divorce is about one of the rottenest things that can happen to people and it's only exacerbated when kids are involved. As someone that once interceded in a beating my b-in-law was giving my sister I'm just going to tell you the interloper always, ALWAYS, manages to unite the fighting couple and become the bad guy. Stay out of it, keep your cheque book closed, and screen your calls.
post #48028 of 61906
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

Wow that sucks. And let me guess, you spent like $300 on the thing.

$1,000
post #48029 of 61906
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

$1,000

did Jesus sew the fabric?
post #48030 of 61906
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I've been waiting for an umbrella from Austria that was shipped in February. The tracking number expired. I'm not optimistic.

You have rather poor luck with umbrella shipments.
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