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easy to deal w/....

 

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Yesterday was my unlucky day. So, today will be a breeze. 

In a town of 7500, one would think there would fewer idiots. 

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1 minute ago, Gene Howe said:

Yesterday was my unlucky day. So, today will be a breeze. 

In a town of 7500, one would think there would fewer idiots. 

 

INQUIRING NOSIESTS WANT TO KNOW!!!!!....

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Was given an appointment on a day they planned to be closed. while in town, went to a store that advertises new and used computers and parts. Not one mouse in stock. While headed home, traveling in the left lane, some idiot pulling a horse trailer, passes me on the right and pulls ahead by about 50 yards and then makes a left across my lane and the opposing two lanes. Thank God for good brakes. Mine and those coming from the other direction. 

Got home and find a text message on my phone rescheduling the first appt. 

Totally wasted day. 

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55 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

Yesterday was my unlucky day. So, today will be a breeze. 

In a town of 7500, one would think there would fewer idiots. 

We live in a 1 horse town and we have more than our share of idiots!

We'll gladly share them.

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On 10/13/2017 at 1:07 PM, HARO50 said:

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I didn't...spent most of the day replacing my well pump...

More challenges carried over into Saturday...

...and yet more opportunity remains for Sunday...

News at 11..."We've Got You Covered"

My oldest grandson & I did get to see the International Space Station pass almost directly overhead from 8:20-8:25 PM...that was cool

 

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11 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

spent most of the day replacing my well pump...

Sorry to hear of the untimely demise of your pump. Even the best have to go sometime! :(

11 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

My oldest grandson & I did get to see the International Space Station pass almost directly overhead

Glad your day had a happy ending! :)

John

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11 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

My oldest grandson & I did get to see the International Space Station pass almost directly overhead from 8:20-8:25 PM...that was cool

Wasn't that COOL! It happened here a couple of weeks ago!

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