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Things That Are Bothering You, Got You All Hibbeldy-Jibbeldy, or just downright pissed, RIGHT NOW!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. VaderDave

    VaderDave Senior member

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    I showed that post to my son and then we laughed for like five minutes. I'm not sure why we thought it was so funny now.
     
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  2. Numbernine

    Numbernine Senior member

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    Because a sick sense of humor probably runs in your family.Hey VD I see Folsum was rated the best city in Cali to raise a family .Nice
     
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  3. brokencycle

    brokencycle Senior member

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    Folsom you say?

    [​IMG]
     
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  4. jcman311

    jcman311 Senior member

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    Sue.
     
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  5. Find Finn

    Find Finn Senior member

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  6. VaderDave

    VaderDave Senior member

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    I think you're probably right.

    We lived in Folsom for a few years, but now we reside in El Dorado Hills. I'm sure our family saw a significant decline once we made the five-mile trek up the hill. :D

    Actually, they're pretty much the same. We really like it here and agree that it's a good place to raise a family. :slayer:
     
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  7. Piobaire

    Piobaire Senior member

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    In 'Murica there's only one answer to this: everyone involved.
     
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  8. Find Finn

    Find Finn Senior member

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    Not everyone can be called Sue
     
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  9. Numbernine

    Numbernine Senior member

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    My name is Sue
    How do you do
     
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  10. jcman311

    jcman311 Senior member

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    Everyone.
     
  11. jcman311

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    Now you gonna die!
     
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  12. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Senior member

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    Our IT help desk folks use that common system of opening an online incident "ticket" for each request, which supposedly provides a way of tracking results and measuring their performance against some expected metric. I've been having problems with an application that I use regularly, so I shot them an email. They dicked around for a while, passing the buck among several different IT sub-fiefdoms. Then I get and email saying the incident has been "resolved", which of course gives them a successful stat for "resolving" it within xx hours. The "resolution" is more a purported "explanation" that doesn't address the heart of the problem. The email informing me that the incident has been marked "resolved" contains a link I can click to reject the resolution if my problem has been fixed. So I click the link - and of course it's a broken link that yields an error mesage.
     
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  13. Find Finn

    Find Finn Senior member

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    That is an odd surname.
     
  14. double00

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    "excuse me, Anybody?"

    "yes? can i help you?"

    "...you've been served!"

    "SHIT!"
     
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  15. Find Finn

    Find Finn Senior member

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    With a name like that you need a middlename like Waitforit
     
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  16. GreenFrog

    GreenFrog Senior member

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    Reading in bed and dozing off. Time to sleep. Get out of bed to turn off lights.

    Get back in bed. No longer sleepy.

    :fu:
     
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  17. venividivicibj

    venividivicibj Senior member

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    Fking prevent defenses (Football).

    If you played great defense all game, why would you change it up - it makes no sense.

    The only thing they prevent you from doing is winning.
     
  18. SirReveller

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    There's a gang of militant old WASPs in my new 'hood who seek to "strongly discourage" overnight street parking, despite the fact I've observed a mean of about 20% of residents parking in front of their homes, which would be way higher except many homes have 2car garages/driveways. They operate behind the paper tiger (non)authority of the home owner's assoc. The posse ringleader - some douchey superannuated Harvard i-banker type - has twice emailed my landlords about my coupe (crammed against the bushes totally out of the way) out front despite having my email for days. And my address, obv, too. Plus he's not even driving past: I'm informed he walks his dog from way up the street every evening lol. As completely new owners in the 'hood themselves my landlords are like 'oh we better listen SR! Don't want to ruffle any feathers!'

    I'm more like 'happy to accommodate and compromise with my neighbors when I'm shown how my actions cause material detriment to them. But I ain't playing musical cars or havin the wife leave the kids unattended as she endlessly drives the truck into and out of the cramped single garage for every single onboarding/deboarding all to leave room for daddy's car so that this tin-badge Sheriff of the Neighborhood can better take in the foliage with his dog and not suffer the horror of walking past yet another automobile of one of yet another of the baaaad residents.'

    Ima stroll over to the dude's house this evening and have a word. 'Cease this passive-aggressive pestering of my landlords to gain leverage.' 'I don't really give a f*ck about your faction and its aesthetics agenda for nighttime, just as a minority of other residents quite clearly don't either.' Etc. Basically he'll learn I operate under the state motto of New Hampshire.

    *Actually this last part is making me quite happy LOL
     
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  19. indesertum

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    This is why you read in bed with a yellow light
     
  20. Piobaire

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    Here's your leverage. Make claims he's not cleaning up the dog's dump. Better yet, keep an eye out, and maybe you can get some footage of that really happening.
     
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