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Verizon Phone Rep: “Can you please give us the tracking number for the Fios equipment you returned?” Me: “You mean the tracking number on the preprinted and prepaid label that you sent to us?” Verizon: “We sent you a label?” … Continue reading
The Argument: The Rebuttal: The Decision:
After the TSA, the last line of defense at Los Angeles International Airport this Christmas was… …Jackson & Jackson, Airport Security!
“Give me your password, young man.” “No!” “You give me your password right now.” “No!” “Give me your password, or you’re grounded.” “[password]” “That’s your password?! You are so grounded!”
Anyone need a bucket full of John Cusack Halloween decorations? Anyone?
Five weeks ago tonight, I was lucky enough to be in the audience watching these guys… Thursday nights just have not been the same for me since.
If only the rest of my life could be so clearly marked…
It’s amazing, the things you find down at the local 99 Ranch Market… The only thing that even comes close was a long-ago road trip through the California desert, when my wife and I met a two-dimensional cardboard Elvis… Wonder how … Continue reading
Really. I swear.
“Make the fireworks stop, Dad! For the love of Sky Bingle, make them stop!”