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My ribs hurt and my neck hurts. Some idiot pulled out in front of me yesterday and now I don't have my own vehicle. *sighs* It was bought and paid for and running great too. At least I didn't fill up the gas tank like I almost did on the way home... although if I had, I wouldn't have been going through the intersection where the idiot pulled out in front of me. On top of this, I'm almost finished closing on a home purchase that has been headache after headache.

Hopefully my claim will go through quickly and I can find another car. *grumbles*

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Ouch is right :( Man that sucks, I hate when stuff like that happens. When it rains it pours.
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It certainly does. I also got bit by a mosquito while cleaning out my car at the mechanics, and my bottom lip swelled up like a balloon.

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This would be a good week to skip the lottery
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"Life comes at you fast."

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Grats on the new house!

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I feel for you dude.

I was told last month I was being laid off. But that led to a better opportunity. I'll be starting a new job in the first week in August, making more money, working with better people, and a lot of the work will be from home. You just can't beat that!

So yeah, while I tend to be a pessimist, when something good happens, it's extra special.
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You can take it out on your players, maybe? :)

That really sucks though, here's to hoping your luck bounces back sooner rather than later

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More misery... I came home to find the sump pump in the basement of my parents house, unplugged for unknown reasons. Fortunately no electronics in the game/entertainment room in the basement were waterlogged. Just a corner of the unfinished concrete floor. Had I been gone ten minutes longer, or gone to see Hancock like I almost did...

... ugh. That would have been a huge headache.

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I'd say look at the bright side.. it can't get much worse... but I won't... The day is almost through tho, and I hope you have a much better tomorrow... and weekend...

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delgondahntelius wrote:I'd say look at the bright side.. it can't get much worse... but I won't... The day is almost through tho, and I hope you have a much better tomorrow... and weekend...

:D


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jfrazierjr wrote:
delgondahntelius wrote:I'd say look at the bright side.. it can't get much worse... but I won't... The day is almost through tho, and I hope you have a much better tomorrow... and weekend...

:D


All-waaays look on-the briiiight side-of life...


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