I don't even know what they did from that article. "Ticket fixing." That sounds like shit like speeding and spitting on the sidewalk to me.
somedays i'm really good at my job. today is one of those days.
also, waking up to sex two days in a row makes for a happy emily.
I just spent an evening at a haunted trail dressed as a crazy mime. I got to rock back and forth and scream crazy things through a mask. People were frightened, children cried.
My job is freaking weird sometimes.
6.25 hours of overtime this week.
Not being hung over like all of my friends :)
i've been wearing arthritis gloves, i don't know if they really help but i started knitting again and i just finished the first scarf in two years or so. FUCK YOU RA! sometimes just just gotta knit through the pain.
Happiness and annoyance are making a joint venture tonight:
DTTMMH: In 2 months, I will be old enough to rent a car without having my bank account raped by the rental company.
DTTAM: I need A Car TOMORROW, as I need to be 150 miles away from here, for a job related thing at 10am. The rental fees + "Young rental" fee + gas would completely kill my profit.
Bored as shit and the normal distractions are unappealing.
Also in the wrong thread.
Last edited by HyperU2; 10-31-2011 at 08:04 PM.
Not talking about cars makes me happy.
You slept with mike so he would ban me. change your sig..the pretentious look how hipster face is so old ooh you like guys with glasses..ooooh
So they're having a health fair at work and I just went in there and got a massage. It felt effing amazing.
New hockey skates! Also, cracked pepper popcorn.
Jodi Arias Trial Swear Jar $271.25 and rising
http://www.kgw.com/news/Salem-helps-...133202993.htmlSALEM -- A Salem officer made a surprise visit Thursday to two children who were attacked and had their candy stolen while trick-or-treating on Halloween.
Micheal Harper, 13, said he went trick-or-treating for five hours with his sister, 10-year-old Michelle and they managed to collect quite a bit of candy on Halloween night. But the kids said that after all that work, two older boys attacked them.
"They grabbed my sister's candy bag and dragged her a few feet before she let go of her bag and they punched me in the ribs," Micheal said.
The bullies stole their candy and also took part of Michelle's Halloween costume.
"They stole her witch hat and one of her shoes and ran off," Michael said. "I felt bad when my sister started crying, she was really scared."
On Thursday, some members of the community donated candy and cash to police, after hearing about what happened to the Harpers.
Then, an officer showed up at the Harpers' doorstep with a big surprise. When Michael and Michelle came to the door, he gave them a gift of more than 10 pounds of candy and some cash to buy new costumes for next year.
The officer told the surprised siblings that some people in Salem heard about what happened to them and didn't think it was fair - so they wanted to do what they could to help.
The children were not with an adult when the incident happened around 9 p.m. Monday night. They told KGW Thursday that they won't let this deter them from trick-or-treating next year, but they will always ask an adult to join them in the future.
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