but, the people of Walmart who can't seem park in the handicap slots, that would be something to sink my teeth in, I would actually contribute...
You know, the ones that block the van access, blue stripes be damned, to the point that the tail end of the car sticks out halfway into the aisle way....
Makes me want to leave cards on their windshield: You know that is not a parking spot, RIGHT?!!!'
or something along the line of 'I didn't know they let retarded people drive'
Mean, I know, but a friend of mine needs the accessable spots for her van when she is on the road with her husband who is in one o them big electric wheelchairs die to MS...heck, when she parks at the far end of the lot she gets parked in...
Originally Posted by Mozart
Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.
Ok, now I have a dear friend who's from Canada, so I asked her cuz I knew she'd take it right and she did but...
Do you happen to notice that some of the worst ones from NotAlwaysRight are from Canada? I mean, I'll read one and be totally stunned with my head on the desk. I look up and --voila'-- Canada.
Must be the cold
Lighten up folks... I love my Canuck friends and we all have to laff at each other Plus I've been TOTALLY embarassed at many of the US submissions and want to say to them "Who's your mother?! I need to talk to her cuz she failed in her duties!"
<>< Sorrow Looks Back. Worry Looks Around. Faith Looks Up! -- "When they try to tell you these are your Golden years, don't believe 'em.... It's rust."
Don't forget Not Always Romantic. Some real winners there. And sometimes I'm tempted to submit ones I see in public LOL
I use to submit my CS horror stories when I worked front end tech support. The wrong screws used in a laptop and drilled with a cordless through the HDD, the power outage computers that wouldn't boot and the keyboards flooded by the plant watering lady. Heck, we had a desktop tower come in last week due to a DVD drive malfunction. The drive was installed BACKWARDS. Yes, as in the drawer opened up into the case. The team took pictures. Alas, those are no longer my stories to tell, though I do have my days too now that I admin systems.