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12 May 2019, 1:46 pm

I really don't want to go to work tomorrow.. I'm too anxious



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12 May 2019, 2:03 pm

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12 May 2019, 2:23 pm

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12 May 2019, 2:55 pm

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12 May 2019, 6:26 pm

Our mother liked the presents my sister and I got her for Mother's Day today.

From Me: An Italian language audio set because for many years, my mom has been wanting to learn Italian.

From My Sister: An HD copy of the 2004 cult film Shaolin Soccer.


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12 May 2019, 7:40 pm

272 miles closer to my river.


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13 May 2019, 8:22 am

Pizza Monday!!


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13 May 2019, 3:48 pm

Tobacco addicts are most likely to consider quitting the habit on Mondays.


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13 May 2019, 4:19 pm

Whenever someone wants me to read a fan fic, there are always two things --
First and foremost, filter the damn genre romance. Seriously. I don't care if it's yaoi or het or whatever pairing -- as long as it's romance centered. Exceptions are rare though.
Second, first review the humor genres before the others. Crack even more so in any genres. I'd like a good laugh before starting to see serious tones.


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14 May 2019, 10:52 am

School is in session.


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14 May 2019, 1:45 pm

Family is crowding.



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14 May 2019, 6:07 pm

"Ahoy!" said Captain Birdseye as he sailed the seven peas. in gravy?


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14 May 2019, 11:00 pm

i wish i'd gotten that '93 caddy sedan de ville [a pink one!] back in the day while i had the chance.



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15 May 2019, 1:59 am

Aww.

For me that would be "I wish I would have kept the Volvo 360GLT that I used to have".

However, I have found another "Love" car for me. It is a little Mitsubishi which I call "Mitsi". It has really wowwed me in the way it drives. Maybe not the handling as it is a little nose heavy but its lovely diesel engine. I am not usually a diesel fan as I have had a few in the past, and while they go ok or well depending on the vehicle, I prefer petrol. However, this car.... It reminds me of when I used to work a train as a guard with four Mk2 coaches being pulled by a class 50. The locomotive could have easily pulled at least three times that load, maybe four, so four coaches were hardly anything for it. That's the feeling I get with this car. It hardly needs to be revved much more then its idling speed and I am cruising along at 50mph. Such a lovely car to drive and the sound of the engine at low revvs where it is not even straining sooo much reminds me of the class 50 or a similar sounding locomotive like a class 37.
The car was the best of a choice of three cars which is why I bought it, as my budget didn't stretch any further. (The car is about 14 years old). The funny thing is my youngest brother has the same make and model and age of car but his has a small 3 cylinder 1100cc petrol engine in it and his car doesn't half go. My diesel engine is 1500cc with 4 cylinders. Is only a small car though it has plenty of leg room for rear seat passengers and plenty of head room etc.


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15 May 2019, 2:13 am

Mountain Goat wrote:
Aww. For me that would be "I wish I would have kept the Volvo 360GLT that I used to have". However, I have found another "Love" car for me. It is a little Mitsubishi which I call "Mitsi". It has really wowwed me in the way it drives. Maybe not the handling as it is a little nose heavy but its lovely diesel engine. I am not usually a diesel fan as I have had a few in the past, and while they go ok or well depending on the vehicle, I prefer petrol. However, this car.... It reminds me of when I used to work a train as a guard with four Mk2 coaches being pulled by a class 50. The locomotive could have easily pulled at least three times that load, maybe four, so four coaches were hardly anything for it. That's the feeling I get with this car. It hardly needs to be revved much more then its idling speed and I am cruising along at 50mph. Such a lovely car to drive and the sound of the engine at low revvs where it is not even straining sooo much reminds me of the class 50 or a similar sounding locomotive like a class 37.
The car was the best of a choice of three cars which is why I bought it, as my budget didn't stretch any further. (The car is about 14 years old). The funny thing is my youngest brother has the same make and model and age of car but his has a small 3 cylinder 1100cc petrol engine in it and his car doesn't half go. My diesel engine is 1500cc with 4 cylinders. Is only a small car though it has plenty of leg room for rear seat passengers and plenty of head room etc.

what model is this mitsubishi?