That's not what the Death card means

Less reliable than the post
written 2010-02-16 17:16:56

So, I'm home early today. That would be nice if it wasn't because my project ended. That is the reason, though, so it's a trifle disappointing. I have some irons in the fire, though, so fear not. I will use this time off to clean and organize and throw things out and possibly travel. Let's hope there's travel.

What is up? I have a new chair. It is very nice and I am very grateful for it. I worry that it is too nice, however, in that I come home, sit in the chair, and get out of the chair when it's time for bed. That's time in chair = time spent awake at home. Until I have a seven foot couch, though, that'll work out just fine, I think.

HOWEVER! Gamburg's Furniture of Hatboro, PA, source of my nice chair, proves themselves worthless and weak in the area of customer service and basic common sense. If shopping at Gamburg's, impress upon your salesperson that they have schmucks and morons in their warehouse, and they should be monitored closely to prevent them from ruining the day and disposition of you, the customer. In fact, tell the salesperson that they themselves bear some of this burden, and unless they apologize immediately, walk out while giving them the finger over your shoulder. Do this in memory of me.

Aunt Patti came to visit, which she never does. It was great to see her.

Now that I have some time off, I'm going up to Long Island and see this Hofstra place. Let me know if you need anything.

--5:12 PM, EST, Hatboro, PA, this romantic ideal has a lonely appeal

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