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Did some dude traveling with a dog bring the dog into the men's restroom and allow the dog to use the urinal as a water bowl? I am well aware that dogs love to drink out of toilets, but a urinal cake could make a dog very sick.
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It also looks as though this building now houses a real estate inspection firm.
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In some stricken locations, residents are not permitted to return to the area until it has been declared safe by the local government.
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Why couldn't she have bought the game ahead of time, like a normal adult?
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In our auto parts store in SC, we keep getting requests for large gas and diesel cans. Those sold out right away. Irma is projected to be no more than a Cat 1 if and when it hits the SC midlands, with plenty of time for vulnerable people to evac.
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"Sorry, sir, you have the wrong number. Goodbye. (click)" Doofus must have thought that every store in a town called Carpentersville must have power tools.
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A dozen guys for that size store? Why didn't they hire seasonal help for logistics? Not having product on shelves had to be costing them sales.
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Whenever I hear a hard luck or sob story, I immediately suspect a scam. Honest people don't tell me their life history when returning a car part!
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This makes me doubly thankful that I work in auto parts!
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I consider pineapple on pizza to be an abomination unto the Lord. But then, I am part Italian and an avid home cook.
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I just tell the customer whether business at the store has been good or slow.
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Sandown, there have been so many hoax complaints like that..
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If you are so rich, you can certainly afford to pay the same price that everyone else pays.
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Am I the only person who hates the poop emoticon?
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Heatherjasper, the problem is with his scheduling everyone at the exact same time when the flexibility of extended coverage is sometimes needed. Scheduling should meet the needs of those whom the department is expected to serve.
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Is this for the parents facing fees for books, activities, and supplies...or is it for the teachers and principals facing the annual onslaught of spoiled kids and power-mad bureaucrats?
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Awww, cute!
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I also work at an auto parts store. We sell trickle chargers, a/k/a battery tenders, which can be used to maintain batteries for cars, trucks, SUVs, boats, motorcycles, ATVs, tractors, mowers, or anything else that isn't being used on a daily basis.
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I would suggest that you identify the most reputable mechanic in your locale, and suggest that the misguided customer go tbere.
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Not a dead-end job at all, but rather, a path of spiritual growth. Kudos to you!
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