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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by globetrotter, Feb 14, 2008.
Good to hear, Altar.
Damn, I pay over $150 a month for the middle of the road package...
I'm happy for a quiet weekend. Will get a lot of laundry done, clean the place, maybe do some shopping, go to the tailor to finally get the pile of clothes ready for alterations out the door, and catch up on shows I've missed for the last 2 months. The gym and driving range will be thrown in there too. The single life...
May well have made a sweet 15k today just for introducing two people that made a deal. Of course the deal was for a $50 million piece of real estate but I still feel like I made out like a bandit. Has anyone ever made a profession of collecting finder's fees?
So nice out today. Perfectly clear view for miles.
Congrats on all the great news E!
Me. Wouldn't go so far as to call it a profession though.
Well, a living anyway. If I could do this 10 times a year I would be doing alright.
^But did you actually get paid this time.
Also, this is making me happy. I cannot imagine anybody under the age of 25 giving a shit about this, but it is a great way to waste 15 minutes at work.
God, Albany is such an ugly city. I'm not sure how you can stand it. I honestly prefer Rochester to Albany.
trimed my beard for the first time in weeks. its nice to look more like a human than a goat.
That does remain to be seen.
And damn you for showing me that NES site. I was planning on seeing the sun this weekend. There goes that idea.
very happy for you!
Great news about your little girl. I can't even imagine what that was like for you.
Yeah, I blew like four hours at work the other day trying to beat Zelda. So good luck with that!
Unfortunately not. Tokyo to Toronto to Ottawa.
Thanks to all for the good wishes. Appreciate it!
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