Ganked! August 21, 2005

Posted Sun, Aug 21, 2005 by Ethec

Ganked! Sunday edition.
For those of you following my epic move from Indiana to Pennsylvania, you 'll be happy to hear that in the course of my 2-hour discussion with the pleasant folks at Uhaul today, I started getting status messages.
"You've gotten better at Sob-Stories (16)!"

"You've gotten better at Melodramatically Losing Your Temper (4)!"

"You've gotten better at Threatening to Jack a 14-Footer(1)!"

But, joy! The truck is fully laden and waiting outside for any Tom, Dick, or Harry with a $12 set of boltcutters to come along and rid me of a lifetime worth of my most prized worldly possessions.
Have a wonderful rest-of-the-weekend, and if you see a U-Haul driving by with a "I brake for hot gnomes!" bumper sticker, honk and wave!

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