Noah (angelbob) wrote,

It's cursed, that's all there is to it.

My truck was broken into while it was at the shop. Nothing significant of mine was there, so nothing significant of mine was taken. However, I *did* have something belonging to a friend in there (no, Rachel, your copy of Fight Club is fine) that I'm going to need to apologize for losing. And, of course, it means the truck's unusable for longer.


Hot tub's not fixed, either. He's trying to replace a transformer today. The replacement of yet another expensive board yesterday didn't help. I'm going to have to see if he's planning to bill me for all these parts he bought that may not have been necessary, 'cause they're not cheap.

Brezsny, in my hour of frustration, has this to say to Gemini like myself:

Every poll I've seen asserts that far more women than men make use of astrology. It was only a matter of time before macho dudes discovered this and sought to exploit it. One such guy is Gemini Pat Burrell, a baseball player for the Philadelphia Phillies. In an interview in a men's magazine, he marveled at how much success he'd had on first dates by talking about horoscopes. In the coming weeks, his experience will apply to you -- only more so. No matter what gender or sexual preference you are, discussing astrology will be a surefire way to advance romance. For that matter, initiating conversations about any subject that gives a mythic flavor to intimate matters will stimulate the flow of sexy vibes. You might want to check out Skymates: Love, Sex and Evolutionary Astrology, by Jodie and Steven Forrest.

Interesting. I've actually had really good luck trusting to Rob for romantic advice before. I'm not sure this is the week for it, though. So: extremely good advice, though about five years late :-)
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