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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Hartsock, Jun 26, 2012.
People who don’t know what enter only or exit only means. ****ing asswipes.
My ex use to lecture me on this all the time.
Comcast making all their on demand content cost instead of being free.
My monthly bill didn't decrease but I lose a whole bunch of programming? BS
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this is similar to the Chicago Cubs signing an agreement with Sinclair Broadcast Group to broadcast ALL Cubs games starting next season - no more over the air, free broadcast games, no more on TNT or ESPN - their new "Marquee Sports Network" will be 24/7 Chicago Cubs - I hope everyone just quits watching.
Eels that refuse to be caught and eaten
I should mostly not fish at night while drunk and stoned. Mostly...
My sports gripe of the day - when the local networks cover high school sports and refer to the schools by mascot name instead of school name. I haven't memorized all those names and can't figure out who they are talking about. It is very annoying.
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"egg-seddra" and "ex-zetra" instead of "et cetera". Heard that from a corporate trainer recently. Ugh. Hate that so much.
Trying to kill things with blunt knives, might as well have used a damn hammer.
Are you saying you're not the sharpest knife in the drawer?
I recently did some business with a guy who kept saying "under the tutoredge". I was chuckling about it later and my wife was slightly adamant that he was saying it correct.
Hammers are more fun anyway. Try it.
Tell my wife that. She seems to hate my hammer.
Are you done crying after now?
I figured out why...
Filling out an application for a permit as a distributor of OTC drugs in Mississippi. On the application, provided by the board of pharmacy:
"...accounts with whom you are conducting business with in the state..."
At the double "with", or because you have to provide the info?
Assuming it's the double with, along those same lines I got a flyer yesterday at a conference, wanting attenders to post selfies to Twitter for a chance at a free iPad. The instructions said, "The best photo will be chosen randomly..." Hmm.
The double with. The app is pretty standard. But this is a professional organization, that double with just kills me.