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If I made a wild, orange, bad combover'd guess about who was this referring to, would I be correct?
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If the kids were running wild and the parents refused to control them, I'd have them removed for their own safety. By police, if necessary. But then, you don't always have control over what you can do with the customers, no matter how obnoxious they are. :/
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I feel a bit foolish, but there was nothing to show the original post date and I don't reddit, so I guess there was no way I could have known. This whole story just makes me feel ill though. That poor dog. I hope it lived--and doesn't stay with that horrible woman :(
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To add to my post above: Add in your concerns that she can neither properly control the dog NOR care for it (walking = proper care). THIS YOU DO HAVE EVIDENCE FOR, and along with your suspicions will hold a LOT more weight. Please...try to save this animal. And report her to local shelters/animal authorities so no other animal suffers at her hands.
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CALL THE VET THAT ANIMAL WAS TAKEN TO. CALL THE HUMANE SOCIETY. CALL ANIMAL CONTROL. CALL THE FUCKING POLICE. If you have the suspicion that she intentionally poisoned that animal, then that is animal cruelty (and, on a far lesser note...theft of services from your hotel). Basically, do whatever you need to do to inform *ANYONE AND EVERYONE* that you suspect she may have poisoned her own animal. That poor dog. I don't care what her circumstances are, poisoning your own pet to be able to stay another night or two in a hotel is absolutely fucking EVIL. She should absolutely never be allowed near an animal again, EVER. Please, please, please--call that vet and tell them what was seen and your suspicions. Give them the whole story. Damn her privacy. She deserves *nothing*.
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Holy crap. I'm about 90% sure that I rented a mailbox to this dude yesterday. Did he also talk about his wife, ex-girlfriend, AND girlfriend, and about how he's writing for Hustler? Because if so....
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Okaaaaay, I'm not the only one who is now humming the chocobo theme, right?
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Not to mention that unless you were 18, that document they forced you to sign isn't legally binding in any way, shape, or form. Where were your parents in this? Mine would have taken one look at the injury and marched me straight to the emergency room, signed document be damned.
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...Why the heck are we shaving corgis? They don't grow long coats.
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In other news, I am TOTALLY having In-n-Out for dinner now, because screw those youtube "pranksters" for messing with people just making a living.
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Please tell me you documented the state the dog was in so that the ex could be nailed for animal cruelty. And honestly...you're lucky fleas are ALL you found. Maggots aren't uncommon in severe matting situations.
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Back in the day, this could have been my parents (other than attempting to return opened items). 8 kids, all needing school supplies, limited budget...if they found the several dozen notebooks required each year for us a little cheaper elsewhere, you'd better believe they'd return for that savings. Even not including school clothes, each new school year set my parents back several hundred dollars. As not fun as a huge return is, I understand why they did it. (due to my parents budget school supplies, I'm still a sucker for fancy notebooks, cool pens, stickers...such things were never in the budget and now and again I have to indulge LOL)
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Groomer is definitely in the wrong BUUUUUUUUUTTTTTTT: 1) The dog is putting itself in danger by moving and jerking around that way. Groomers' scissors are SHARP as all get out. 2) The owner clearly has not put any time into teaching the dog how to be handled on the grooming table (and again here the groomer is at fault--a good groomer will work with this as well or stop the grooming job as it is dangerous to both the animal and the groomer). Teaching your dog to allow handling is just smart. If you have a breed that needs grooming, you are pretty much an idiot if you don't get them used to being handled all over. 3) Petsmart grooming conditions are TERRIBLE. At a private shop, they would have booked a double session with a puppy (especially if it's the first or second grooming) so they had time to let the puppy chill out and go over the job slowly. Petsmart...yeah, they have a schedule and god forbid they not meet it in any way, shape, or form? Dog biting? Too bad (even though a dog bite on the hands can end the career of a groomer). Behind schedule? At risk of being fired. 4) All of that being said, once the ear yank came into play--nope, that groomer should be fired.
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Yup. Not that I wear heels anymore, but I take a completely different size in heels than I do in sneakers. Heck, even brand to brand with sneakers it can vary. Just like with womens' clothing, womens' shoe sizes aren't something to trust without trying on.
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Fox "News" and the concept of thought do not belong in the same sentence.
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China, China....you mean the source of those pet treats that were killing dogs? The place that laced their infant formula so that babies died so the owners of the factory could make a little more money? Yeah, I don't buy anything edible from China. They have very little in the way of regulations for their food products. This includes pet treats.
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The even better part of this particular stunt is that they are using the money to then buy lands on the border where Cheeto "plans" to build his wall, so that they can fight construction using an eminent domain lawyer they've retained for this purpose.
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Yup, I'm sorry to whomever posted this story, but you seem particularly heartless. You just watched her get stepped on because it was funny to see an old lady be trampled? One of these days, by the grace of god, you will be old too. May you receive the same kind of treatment from others that you have given.
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If they hire pancakes, and you eat your coworkers, do you go to jail or just have to pay for the meal? I'm genuinely curious about this.
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Okay, no, it's awesome. Give it a slight repaint (grey hair, take the gun), and it's not a Han Solo keychain. It's a Harrison Ford just after he punched Ryan Gosling keychain. Which is amazing.
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Stolen card, or some pretty stupid attempts at layering illicit funds. Under no circumstances as a Western Union agent would I process that transaction. If they ever come in again and try it, get a supervisor. Shut them down. Trust me, it's not worth the headache of being the one who is the agent in charge of processing the funky transaction, whether it's in or out. Luckily if you're a cash only store (we are too), that does cut down on the potential of stolen cards by roughly 100% LOL
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I've seen it used to refer to someone who is "brown on the outside, but white on the inside" (ie "trying to act white"), so I guess it's possible they took it that way. BUT FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS HOLY IF THEY ARE HOLDING AN ACTUAL DAMN COCONUT, THEN THEY NEED TO SHUT TF UP. Good god.
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There is literally no combination of those three titles that is not terrifying.
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