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nothing will happen to the people that ignited thousands of tons of petrochemicals in this city.
Conference calls. Because normally there are 2 or 3 people that dominate the call. Not allowing anyone else to speak.
"at this time"
I showered yesterday, but not today. I feel like it's been a week since I last showered.
I hurt. A lot. All over.
Stupid Mr. Lofthouse and his delicious cookies!
My foot really hurts.
When people pronounce the 'l' in "solder".
Being judged for preferring the self checkout at stores.
The gif is too big! -->
Weather says <em>rain</em> when it's actually <em>sunny</em>
Password change day.
Incomplete if/then statements.
I WILL NOT WIPE MY OWN NOSE. THAT'S DISGUSTING. YOU DO IT. NOT ME. YOU.
Jr. refuses to wipe his own nose.
The way Lynette Nusbacher over-enunciates, and also the way she talks so intensely you think she's going to rip your face off.
I don't want to be awake right now.
It's raining again
There was a dead snake in the driveway today. I had to take care of it when I got home. When I opened the garbage can to put it in, I got a hand full of grease, presumably from a hinge on the garbage truck.
Theo didn't ask for help resetting his password, so he created another GrumpLog account.
I had to create a new GrumpLog account as there is no way to reset my password.
Not enough people are using GrumpLog!
When you're in traffic and need to switch lanes, you turn your turn signal on, and the car that was just barely blocking you from moving into that other lane closes the gap completely. Then, the car behind them does the same thing. And this repeats for 5 or 6 cars. After you finally get over, ALL OF THOSE CARS switch into the gaping space you left in the previous lane.
The way NPR uses the phrase, "Sensitive Language". Um, what? The language has feelings?
People in Houston don't know how to drive when the road is wet.
The "Pandas" library for Python.