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That kid is going places in this world.
OMG. Nobodyshome is my spirit animal.
Particularly distressing because I was already freaking out. I had a big board meeting on my calendar tomorrow, and discovered this morning that my calendar was wrong and the meeting was actually in an hour and a half.
Run to print shop, run to buy a nicer dress shirt than the one I was wearing, navigate a maze of secret service blockades.. And still nailed it.
Gah. Manhattan was gridlocked today. I had to get across town and got cut off by:
The motorcade of the prime minister of Japan.
The motorcade of the president of Turkey (complete with protesters).
The motorcade of the president of Brazil (complete with even louder protesters).
It's cool, but not when you have someplace to be. Especially when that place you need to be is a few blocks from the UN...
It's just as well. So few real life mutations are of the X-Men model...
I have a friend who moved from Rochester, NY, to Los Angeles. He keeps a scraper hanging in his garage to remind himself of what he used to have to do.
I know of people that do it, but what I've heard from people who I trust on the matter is it's entirely unnecessary with newer cars. I do let it warm up if it is below freezing (just for a minute or so if it is just below freezing, longer if it is truly frigid.)
Syrus Terrigan wrote:
I am with you. I have gotten better, though. I no longer grouse if I have to be up at 8:00. (Yes, I frequently get up earlier than that. I just don't like it.) I used to be more of a 10:00 guy.
That said, my coworkers know not to approach me with difficult questions before 11:00.
Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10
Nathaniel Greenfellow wrote:
We can rough it for the time being. I agree that the toymaker's shop is not the best place for a wolf. You can decide later where it has been left, per the first paragraph of your post.
I am still laughing about her gluing the unconscious gnome alchemy professor to the floor...
Sylvia Pari wrote:
Kobold Cleaver wrote:
(Although that game is running a little slow right now due to my travels and wedding planning.)
That's pretty much what Aaron Shock is doing. And I and many others would gladly have looked at him in the nude.
Conservative Anklebiter wrote:
None of you... you may be a burglar, or my less good looking and disillusioned twin brother Comrade Anklebiter, or Comrade Anklebiter whom is a burglar and have to see every Christmas for mum because it would hurt her poor heart if we didn't.
I am the fabulous but disillusioned bourgeois reactionary twin brother you always wish you had.
I am not going to ask for a compliment, but will instead give one. KC is an awesome part of this community, and starts threads that contribute to making these forums the fun place that they are. He also puts up with my shenanigans with grace (including cyber bullying from his fake mom).
We love you, KC!
Freehold DM wrote:
True story: My half brother (father's side) calls me his "brother from another mother", and it is factually accurate.
Has Geico gotten better? My mom worked for them when she was young and she says they have a strict policy of ripping people off. And every time I get a quote from them they are at least twice the cost of progressive.
It usually depends on the state. Which carriers are cheapest varies widely from place to place.