Archive for July 16th, 2007

Dear (alleged) friends,

You tricked me. Completely pulled the wool over my eyes. I saw the “film”. I ended up wasting 2 hours and 24 minutes of my life. 2 hours and 24 minutes I could have wasted doing something else, like watching ESPN Classic, or sleeping. I’m not sure what I did to all of you, but it must have been bad. Or maybe you are all just mean spirited people who get kicks in knowing that you have sent someone to sit and suffer through a film with a horrible plot, pitiful acting, and a pathetic excuse for a script. Honestly, I wonder if anyone involved in the making of that movie had ever watched the cartoons as a kid.

More than meets the eye?

Anyway, you got me good. Completely posterized me. Bravo. Congratulations (clap, clap, clap). I hope you all can sleep at night. And if you do, you are all probably dreaming of kicking puppies.

I don’t know how. I don’t know when. But you’ll get yours. Karma is a crazy thing. And Karma might have you sitting through a chick flick. Hopefully one with Barbara Streissand. Or Susan Sarandon. Or both. And for any females that said I should go watch it, I hope you miss a shoe sale or something.

-Dave Q.

One duffle bag has been returned.  The other, still lost somewhere in the black hole that lost luggage gets sucked into.  My duffle bag that was returned wasn’t without damage.  Some clothes got some kind of mold growing on them.  The only moisture I found in the bag was from a shampoo bottle that busted open, and of course, got all over some clothes. 

I should stop complaining so much.  I am glad to get some stuff back, like my favorite flip-flops and jeans.  But I want ALL the stuff back.  It’s now been 18 days since the luggage was lost.  I still blame Continental Airlines for starting the screw-up domino effect.  We’ll see what they do to keep me as a customer.  I’ll keep you posted.

-Dave Q.

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Today's Deep Thought

  • The tired and thirsty prospector threw himself down at the edge of the watering hole and started to drink. But then he looked around and saw skulls and bones everywhere. "Uh-oh," he thought, "this watering hole is reserved for skeletons."