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Old 04-03-2013, 05:25 PM
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Break ups, no matter what, are stressful. I would try my best to ignore him and go as far as changing my number. I don't know the story so I feel for both parties, you both need space though and if he's having trouble forcing it maybe you need to? Use the divorce lawyer to mitigate all communication and go from there?

As for the car that sucks, really, I'm sorry.
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Old 04-03-2013, 05:33 PM
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Someone please rip this tooth out or something. I don't even know if it's my tooth or jaw, but none of my OTC are touching it.
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Old 04-03-2013, 06:26 PM
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Went hiking this afternoon to try and locate a friend's missing pup. No luck. Tonight marks three full days and tomorrow is supposed to be torrential rain and much cooler.
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Old 04-03-2013, 06:31 PM
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Today was Clive's picture day. I sent him in my favorite shirt of his (because he looks cute) and a check for the ridiculous amount for photo packages (why are the photo sizes grouped so oddly?! Why do I need one million wallets) He apparently had a poo-splosion..which is odd, because this usually doesn't happen. So, they put him in stranger clothes, the shirt of which was too large. I don't expect miracles from school photos ..I can certainly take more than adequate photos at home..but it's his first ones. Plus, he did have a spare shirt in his bag. Not a polo, which is, I guess why they chose a stranger polo to put him in. But, I'd sort of rather have a picture of him in his own Kung Fu panda shirt, even if it isn't spiffy looking, than clothes that aren't his... Ah well, they tried. Such is life with a just-starting-to-potty-train child, I suppose.
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Old 04-03-2013, 07:02 PM
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Lyzelle, have you tried locating the starter and hitting it?

I know it sounds weird, but my Jeep did the EXACT same thing. Lights on, but nothing was working, not even getting a click from the ignition.

I automatically check the starter and battery before I check anything else, and the battery was less than a year old, so I started (haha) with the starter.

Found it on the Jeep, found a hammer, hit the b*stard and it started working again. I haven't had an issue out of it since, though I know sometimes with starters going bad you'll have to tap on them every time before starting the vehicle. It's worth a try anyway, won't take you ten minutes if you know what a starter looks like and where it is on your car. Pop the hood, tap (bang maybe) on the starter with a small hammer or a crescent wrench or anything really solid enough to make a good impact and then run jump in and try to start it.



Other than that, if you think that they've messed with the car, check your spark plugs, distributor cap, and fuses if you can. Pulling a fuse or a relay can cause the car to not start, so if they've gone and done something funny to it, those are the first places to look for something amiss. I can't remember what you drive, but at least a few of those would be accessible from the topside of the engine, and without a relay, or distributor the car won't start, but the lights will come on.

I know a guy drove a really old Cutlass and at the time at his work, cars like that were getting stolen left and right. So he'd take the distributor cap off and disconnect the wires and then no matter what the thieves tried the car wasn't going anywhere. Takes a smarter thief to check that stuff and they didn't exactly have time to play mechanic in the parking lot.
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I just want to steal Bowser and take him home with me. He peed on the floor earlier, and my roommate said ďoh I should have taken him out, he hasnít been out since this morningĒ and STILL punished him, even after acknowledging that it was entirely her fault.

Then just now, he was bothering my other roommate (she was watching tv and he kept jumping on her wanting to play) so she keeps saying ďnoĒ and he keeps doing it. Then she screams ďIíM NOT ****ING PLAYING DONíT YOU ****ING UNDERSTAND WHAT NO MEANS,Ē and she starts hitting him over and over again, HARD, and he starts screaming, and I got so mad I yelled at her to stop and she just told me to mind my own business, and so now Iím just in my bed crying because this poor puppy is going to have to put up with this the rest of his life, if they donít get tired of him and dump him at a shelter first.
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Old 04-03-2013, 07:33 PM
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Wednesday is my long day. The one Wednesday - the ONE Wednesday - that I couldn't come home for lunch to let the dogs out, poor Squashie had diarrhea.

Thank goodness HE wasn't that messy and he's really good about baths, but his kennel and blanket... GAG.
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Old 04-03-2013, 08:14 PM
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I have to call my real estate attorney.

I don't want to do it but my dad discovered they did NOT clean the debris from the crawl space, which they were supposed to do, and now he has discovered some major water damage that was partially repaired so we know they knew about it and didn't tell us. And my inspector failed to notice the damage - and also failed to notice they didn't clean out the debris like they said they were supposed to.

So I don't know if I need to go after the sellers or my inspector or both and be like WTF.

I want to cry.

I wasn't joking when I said I would be happy to move into my house by my birthday. Now I'm wondering if I'll even be able to do that. My birthday is in June...
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I just want to steal Bowser and take him home with me. He peed on the floor earlier, and my roommate said ďoh I should have taken him out, he hasnít been out since this morningĒ and STILL punished him, even after acknowledging that it was entirely her fault.

Then just now, he was bothering my other roommate (she was watching tv and he kept jumping on her wanting to play) so she keeps saying ďnoĒ and he keeps doing it. Then she screams ďIíM NOT ****ING PLAYING DONíT YOU ****ING UNDERSTAND WHAT NO MEANS,Ē and she starts hitting him over and over again, HARD, and he starts screaming, and I got so mad I yelled at her to stop and she just told me to mind my own business, and so now Iím just in my bed crying because this poor puppy is going to have to put up with this the rest of his life, if they donít get tired of him and dump him at a shelter first.
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Old 04-03-2013, 08:40 PM
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I just want to steal Bowser and take him home with me. He peed on the floor earlier, and my roommate said ďoh I should have taken him out, he hasnít been out since this morningĒ and STILL punished him, even after acknowledging that it was entirely her fault.

Then just now, he was bothering my other roommate (she was watching tv and he kept jumping on her wanting to play) so she keeps saying ďnoĒ and he keeps doing it. Then she screams ďIíM NOT ****ING PLAYING DONíT YOU ****ING UNDERSTAND WHAT NO MEANS,Ē and she starts hitting him over and over again, HARD, and he starts screaming, and I got so mad I yelled at her to stop and she just told me to mind my own business, and so now Iím just in my bed crying because this poor puppy is going to have to put up with this the rest of his life, if they donít get tired of him and dump him at a shelter first.
That is horrible I would have beat the crap out of her for real no kidding ... You have the restraint of a monk.
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