Last night I sent a tech to a family style restaurant for a broken dishwasher. When he got done he called me, checked out, and hung up. He was then approached by two men who demanded his wallet. He told them he kept it in his front pocket, reached in that pocket and pulled out his pistol. And I quote "they ran like hell!"
Guy with cut gems next to me just told the lady standing at my table "when you are done playing with the little kids beads come on over to the adult section". And motioned to his display. Everyone laughed, me not so much. People are weird.
One of the vendors asked if I knew anything about computers ... I said a little. Seems she had a 16 hour drive home (hubby driving) and wanted solitare on her new computer but couldnt find it. Windows 8 has removed the games and as best I can tell you have to go get them from the 'market place'. I never did figure out
The guy on the other side of me is selling cut stones. In the parking lot he was wild haired and loud, very talkative (no so good at listening). Ten minutes before the show started he donned a shirt and tie, heavy horn rimmed glasses and a quiet demeanor. Fun to watch :-)
I dont know this person well - she's a friend of a friend - and as odd and unapproachable as I find her I cannot ignore that she is a person who needs help. So how about it FF? Can we ignore an empty fund raiser for someone whose mother has cancer? http://www.gofundme.com/nowfigh...
Dad's birthday is today and I asked if he wanted a cake or donuts ... he replied cinnamon rolls. So I stopped at Panera and picked up cinnamon rolls and pecan rolls. When faced with the decision of which to have I opted for half of each. That makes one roll, right?
Man borrowed my truck to go camp at a friends house and game all weekend. I filled it up, made sure the extension cord was in it and connected (so he could run the aero bed pump) and stopped and bought him a six pack of Dew to leave in it as a surprise. He, on the other hand left his on fumes and a sluggish start....