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SecretAgentWoman last won the day on November 30 2007

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  1. I'm getting gastric bypass next year. Can't wait.
  2. A box of what is still left over from Thanksgiving is on your way...!
  3. I'm "Larry" by my Dad because he had no sons. My sister Michelle is "Mike."
  4. You are doing the right thing, for HIM. I believe that whole heartedly. Take some time off that afternoon for family and remembrance/grief session.
  5. Ha! Mockingbird and Airline, specifically. *sigh* I didn't see him. I am not an idiot. I would have not turned if I had seen him. He wasn't there, he was so far back I couldn't see him, clearly he crossed that distance because of his speeding. Well, I hope at the very least it's a draw. But it burns my buttons that he can drive like a maniac and not have to be responsible for it. *edit: I checked report. Other guy is listed as vehicle number one. Hope that helps me even slightly... Exact words of report: I just noticed: contributing factors: Unit 2 "37: Failed to yeild, turning left." F#$!#$!#$@#CCCKKKKK You turn left, you are automatically at fault. I'm going to make sure I speed up and slam into as many left-turn cars I can to make me some money. I need a drink...
  6. No tickets were issued in the accident. The cops made NO assumption of guilt - the accident report was neutral 'one car hit the other'. I'm not hurt. I'm not trying to get any money. I'm trying to get my car repaired (or totaled) by the other guy's insurance. Doc - what about the guy's speeding - will that not put him at fault? And what about the fact that I was in the intersection and if I didn't make my left I would be blocking the crossing traffic when the light finished changing?
  7. $#!!$^**&%#$$@@!!!!! I can't catch a break and just stay ... steady ... and normal ... for a while! Ok, legal gurus - and armchair accident lawyers - I need an opinion on my chances: Scene: Highland Park, a hoity-toity old-school rich area in the heart of Dallas. Million dollar homes. Small streets, construction. 30 mile an hour posted speed limit. Traffic light, two lanes each direction, with a small left turn lane, but NO "arrow" - you have to yield to oncoming traffic to turn left. I'm in left turn lane. Traffic everywhere. I inch into intersection, looks like my only chance to make a left is at the yellow (which is like so many streets in Texas). Light turns yellow, traffic clears, I make my move. Young gun 19 year old rich guy in BMW floors it to beat the red, smashes into my passenger rear quarter panel, smashing the body into the tire, and bending the axle so the tire is completely crooked and immobile. He smashes his bumper and headlight. Although there are TONS of witnesses, NO ONE comes forward to help or offer to be a witness. He said/she said situation on the status of the light at the time of the accident. However, I'm hoping that the amount of damage will prove he was definitely speeding. How can you do more damage than a scratch and dent if you are traveling under 30 miles per hour and slow down when you see something ahead of you? I'm positive he didn't see me until we hit. He NEVER slowed down. Am I screwed?
  8. Hmm..wonder if this has anything to do with the stinky codpiece...?
  9. Thou caluminous reeling-ripe codpiece!
  10. I also had hair combs (the kind you kept in your hair behind your winged bangs) that had the leather and feathers.
  11. I'm trying to decide if it would be handy to get you on my side or if I should avoid at all costs bumping into you in real life...
  12. I must be forgotten or J is too full of nogg with not enough egg... *edit: got it. Now, beware my SS gift recipient!! Muahahaha!
  13. *IF YOU WERE A LITTLE GIRL IN THE 70'S......* *I do indeedy remember my stethoscope that actually worked. ** I had a bicycle with a banana seat. (Your friend could sit with you.) I had skates with metal wheels and we would sing Queen's "We will, we will, ROCK YOU..." hehehe as we skated. I though Gopher from Love Boat was kinda cute. I wanted to be the Captain's daughter, though. I never had nightmares watching Fantasy Island, I LOVED that show! I hated my 'Dorothy Hamill haircut but my mom seemed to make me get it cut that way. I only had snow boots, which I guess are the same as rain boots, they were "rubbers" you put over your shoes, (not your what-not ). I don't remember getting 'Klick-Klacks' until the early 80s... My Holly Hobbie doll, dress (for me to wear and look like Laura Ingalls) and coloring book were prized. I did indeed wear a poncho and gauchos, but knickers were underwear that grandma wore, not mine. I begged Santa for the electronic game, Simon - and got Mr. Merlin instead! I had a metal swing set that tipped over many, many times. I guess no safety lawsuits back then... I had homemade ribbon barrettes in every imaginable color. Don't forget pot holders for grandma and the rubber/plastic keychain thingies. I had a pair of Doctor Scholl's sandals. I wanted to be Laura Ingalls Wilder really bad - I did dress like her, but I also read every Little House book and played with Barbies as if we were on the prairie! PONG was the most boring thing I ever saw wondering why the boys were so enthralled. My hairstyle wasn't as much "wings" or "feathered" as trying, desperately, and failing - too keep perfect, large, hot dog curls flipped out and down each side of my face. My sister was the one into Strawberry Shortcake, as well as her friends, Blueberry Muffin and Huckleberry Pie. I was discovering boys and the Dukes of Hazzard. I would have carried a Muppets lunch box if I could but my mom made me eat the cafeteria food! But my friends did have the thermos with glass inside. I and your girlfriends would fight over which of the Dukes of Hazzard was your boyfriend - AND which "Charlie's Angel" we could play. I tended to chose Sabrina, because everyone argued over the other two and I knew who was the smart one! *It was a big event in my household each year when the 'Wizard of Oz' would come on TV. And "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory." And all of the Peanut specials, and all of the holiday stop-motion animation movies... I completely wore out my Grease album, and to this day know every word to every song! I didn't discover Tiger Beat or tape cassettes until the 80s, teen years. I learned everything you needed to know about girl issues from Madeleine L'Engle, although I was fan of Judy Blume, too. Again, some of this stuff is from the 80s - like Olivia Newton John's song 'Physical.' I loved Solid Gold and watched it religiously. Especially when Rick Dees hosted (secret crush on local DJ gone big). I drowned myself in something my mom ordered from Avon, but don't remember what it was called. And I did glop my lips in Strawberry Roll-on lip-gloss, licked it off, then did it again...
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