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Maybe he can recoup part of his losses by auctioning off the mannequin and costume on eBay. Nonetheless, this prank was wrong every way you slice it.
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For somebody who was working back stock your appearance has NOTHING to do with the requirements of the job. You need a lawyer.
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Before I've had my coffee, I'm incapable of conversing with anybody about anything, and that's that.
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Keychain cards always break off and get lost. Using phone numbers makes a lot more sense.
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@ GrammarNazi, The ex-spouse or ex-lover who goes violent isn't always male. Sad, but true.
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Too complicated, AND all of the yellow has faded out of the illustrations, leaving only cyan and magenta. Unappetizing.
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When I worked at Rubik's Cube, I had to clean up large amounts of bright magenta toner that had spilled out of a cartridge that a custy had brought in for recycling. I asked to use the vacuum cleaner but was told that toner would gum it up and destroy it. Instead, the recommended procedure is wet mop and wet paper towels. Reminds me of a certain episode in The Cat in the Hat.
Toggle Commented Mar 19, 2015 on Printer Hell at Retail Hell Underground
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@ GrammarNazi, You are right. Felines react badly and are harmed by many drugs that humans and canines can tolerate. Catnip is what to give felines.
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I probably would have eaten it. After all, it does have food value and I like potatoes. But then, I'm known for being low maintenance in the extreme.
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Were the Depends visible? Ewww...
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If asked about race, I answer that we are all made in the image and likeness of God. If somebody wants to punish me for being a Christian, I’ll take it. I’m a big-time redneck who loves people. I make my own coffee at home with filtered water.
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Disgusting and evil.
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I used to live in Chicago. I'm not Irish but I do revere Saint Patrick. He abolished slavery and human sacrifice in Ireland! What's not to like? The proper thing to do on St. Patrick's Day is to go to church.
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I am trying not to imagine the aroma... I recently purchased a car that had been a repo. Because of that, it had been sitting closed up for a long while before it could be re-sold to me. It's a great vehicle and well worth the money but has only ONE flaw...it has *ahem* an odor that has been slowly fading away...but too slowly for my liking. I know it has been smoked in because I saw the remains of an ancient tobacco filter fall out from beneath the dash. But it also smells faintly of animal pee, rot, and something else that might be very old food. Food needs to be kept either too hot to rot or too cold to rot at all times...or eaten IMMEDIATELY before it has any time to decompose.
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I used to work at a place that sold product protection plans and I was pretty good at selling them. I also bought them from the store to protect the electronic items that I purchased for my own use. They've been a lifesaver for me many times over.
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My usual profile pic is of a teddy bear sitting at an old-timey roll-top desk with an old-timey computer. For whatever reason, it does not show up on RHU, but it shows up on the 1389 Twitter profile and on Disqus.
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Sugar on frankfurters is an abomination unto the Lord.
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Octopodes are pretty smart. Generally they try to escape from a tank in order to make their way to a different tank, so as to catch and eat the fish in the other tank.
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Get a lawyer!
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I never ask for anything but a plain old cuppa joe...black no sugar. No complaints unless they slip me decaf by mistake!
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Ordinarily, if there had been a fire, the automatic alarm system would have notified the fire department directly.
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@ GrammarNazi, Possibly because of the perceived risk of suicide or of the psychotic individual endangering others in the pool.
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