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Then again, I get that people don't find such things funny though.
I didn't enjoy The Hangover. Alcohol destroys lots of lives (although that's not why I didn't like it, it's just not my humor). That one became a mega success though
I get it too, but I don't need to post about it. What is terrible for one is hysterical for another, so what. God Moderator forbid we should be different.
p.s. shouldn't that Moderator.
"the debugger doesn't tell me anything because this code compiles just fine" - random QA comment
"Facebook is where you tell lies to your friends. Twitter is where you tell the truth to strangers." - chriselst
"I don't drink any more... then again, I don't drink any less." - Mike Mullikins uncle
mate, sometimes it seems tough, we miss the forest for the trees though.... you're alive (more or less), you have your health (more or less), you have humour (more or less) .. Im guessing you can still 'put bread on the family table' - so breathe deep, count to 10, 100, 1000, or more if you need, but keep trudging on. You inspire goodness in us 'out here' in CP land, with your work, so dont run away
In a 2 month span, I ended digging up my front yard (for the 2nd time in 11 years) to replace the sewer line to the street ($3,500), replace the garage door I backed into ($1,000), the side door to the garage that just crumbled and needed to be replaced by a custom steel door ($890), oh, and the air conditioner compressor motor controller EXPLODED necessitating replacement of the entire air con system ($3,700).
All of that put off a desperately needed new roof on the house.
...and the wife was laid off from her job two weeks before Christmas. 60% of our income evaporated.
wood-burning insert with blowers in the fireplace.
The only detractor to the house we just but was that it doesn't have a fireplace. My gf would have liked one.
BTW, we had a cat sighting today. Turns out he seems to be living in a crawlspace (for him, not for me) under the house. So we set up a couple animal traps (not the killing kind!) -- should have done that sooner! -- and hopefully, after the snow and the rain tomorrow, he'll get hungry. Though I couldn't just let him starve tonight -- it's snowing, tomorrow is going to be raining, so I figure he should at least get a meal tonight.