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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#$!#$!
  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 l
  8. Hmm..wonder if this has anything to do with the stinky codpiece...?
  9. I haven't seen Admin around, I hope someone let's her know about the article and link, etc. I want her to understand how important this place she built is to me.
  10. Thou caluminous reeling-ripe codpiece!
  11. I also had hair combs (the kind you kept in your hair behind your winged bangs) that had the leather and feathers.
  12. 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...
  13. ****shameless post whoring**** Vote for my reputation by clicking the icon in my first post! (I want some little green boxes.) ***now back to the thread topic*** I just go a letter directly from the CEO of Palm Harbor Homes apologizing and telling me he used my letter at a training session of regional vice presidents recently. I still didn't get a free house out of it or anything, though. Think I can sell the letter on ebay??