33yr-old broken robot. Attempting self-repair. Need money for parts and fuel. 22027 USA.

13th April 2014

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5th April 2014

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29th March 2014

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Winter Scenery of Mochou Lake, Nanjing City, China 

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25th March 2014

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I don’t actually like being out in the snow very much, but sitting next to a window and watching it fall in the park outside while I work is kind of awful.

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8th March 2014

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27th February 2014

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the most depressing thing I’ve ever seen

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14th February 2014

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Everyday I’m shovelin’.

Everyday I’m shovelin’.

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13th February 2014

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nullifiedknight said: Yeah, we seem to have the plow pass every hour or so, unless we’re about to leave in which case it comes right as we’re trying to back out of the driveway. I need a flamethrower.

I live on an nonessential, dead-end street.  So it’s usually pretty low-priority, as plowing goes.  (The snowplows don’t even need to pass through here on the way to somewhere important, in other words.)  I’m thinking the newer development across the street paid them to come, although when they’ve done that in the past they usually only get them to plow it up to where their entrance is and basically ignore (/ give the middle finger to) everybody who lives farther down the street (e.g., me).

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13th February 2014

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nullifiedknight said: I see a Subaru. Represent.

The Subaru’s not mine, haha.  It’s been my mom’s, and then my dad’s, and then my sister’s, and now that my sister moved to Australia temporarily it’s become the “extra” car (she didn’t want to get rid of it because she’s coming back, but it wouldn’t be good for it to just sit unused for 2yrs).  My dad also drives an Outback, though.

I, on the other hand, have a used Taurus because it was cheap.  It’s been okay, as cars I’ve had have been.  At least it’s front wheel drive.  But I’m not exactly in a hurry to dig it out.  Definitely using one of the Subarus if I have to go anywhere while it’s still snowy, haha.

Speaking of which, the snowplow is continuing to plow our street, making the snow-wall blocking my car higher with each pass.  It’s up to about 2.5 or 3ft now, and actually leaning against the car.  FML.

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13th February 2014

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Snow happened.  Again.

They actually plowed our street already, which is great and unexpected.  But since I park my car down there, there’s now an 18”+ wall of snow the snowplow left behind, blocking it in.  Ugh.

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12th February 2014

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Every year I say I’m going to throw a big plastic tarp over my car before it snows, so I can just throw it off and magically have a snow-free car when it’s time to go somewhere.  And every year I forget to do it until it’s already snowing and I realize I still don’t own a tarp.

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31st January 2014

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Benoit Paillé


Benoit Paillé

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31st January 2014

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23rd January 2014

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I don’t feel like I’m amounting to anything right now, but I guess that’s okay.

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20th January 2014

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