What the fuck IS monkey butt?!
Sounds pretty gross.
"That ticket has been closed."
The hell it has!! I still gots no internets!! You get your asses back out here!! Although I'm paraphrasing.
Enter another 20 minutes on the phone with wants-to-stab-his-eyes-out-IT guy, who clearly hates his job, and they're opening another Gall-Darned ticket. Fuckers.
Thank God I have internet on my phone. But its really not the same. At least I can rant. And check my facebook. Otherwise Betty Ford and I would be having some long meaningful conversations about my withdrawls...
A few weeks back Mr. Man and I went to an Alice & Chains concert. To save some money we stayed at a "budget" motel. Well, fast forward 2 weeks, and we've both got itchey, scratchey, heebie jeeby gross mites. Although the medication is also used for scabies. GROSS!!
Not only have we been plagued by coughing, sinis infections, phlegm and mucus... but now this.
I mean... really? What. The. Fuck.
So now after 3 weeks of sick, we get this. Luckily Mr. Man went to the Dr. for his cough and mentioned he'd been itchy. I too had been itchy but didn't think too much of it besides possible allergies or something. Turns out our budget motel set upon us a pestilence of mites, only to be cured by a prescription all over body cream, washing all the bedding in hot water (great for great-grandma's wool quilt) and vacuuming up a storm.
I hope you have a better start to the week than we did...
"From 2002 to 2008, the United States was fighting bloody wars in Afghanistan and Iraq; among active military personnel, there were an average of 1,643 fatalities per year. But over the same stretch of time in the early 1980s, with the United States fighting no major wars, there were more than 2,100 military deaths per year. How can this possibly be?On an unrelated note...
For one, the military used to be much larger: 2.1 million on active duty in 1988 versus 1.4 million in 2008. But even the rate of death in 2008 was lower than the certain peacetime years.Some of this improvement is likely due to better medical care. But a surprising fact is that the accidental death rate for soldiers in the early 1980s was higher than the death rate by hostile fire fore very year the United Stats has been fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq. It seems that practicing to fight a war can be just about as dangerous as really fighting one.
And, to further put things in perspective, think about this: since 1982, some 42,000 active U.S. military personnel have been killed-- roughly the same number of Americans who die in traffic accidents in a single year."
to company name, this is a resume on what I am qualified to do hoping you will have a place in your company for me.
I have a cdl lic, I also operate tractors, bull dozers excatators, for lifts backhoes, most any type of equipment, flat bed trucks very experence in the art of strapping and securing equipment to a railer, seed to a flat bed if you haul it I can strap it, I am a computer orentited and no about shipping and recieving, I have warehouse experence , I worked for old company when he owned t he farm in small town, I ran and operated his warehouse, I have over 2 million miles behind t he wheel in a semi, the last 7 years I owned my own truck and trailer, bad times and the ecomoney caused a fall out and we lost the truck , so I am now looking for work I have a home in small town to support and would like to keep it, have been in this house for 25 years, I am the type of person who comes to work on time and stays tell the job jobs over, my ex son in law works for you and informed me you were llooking for help "ex son in law" he can probley tell you my work etthics a re favoriable, my name is not going to get this job cell don't bother calling, I would be glad to come over and filll an application I need a job, hope to here from ya still not going to get this job