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Amy Ruiz Fritz   January 4, 2008   2 Comments on >Wow

>It's too bad the storm wasn't named even though it had all the characteristics of a tropical storm.

I have never seen so much debris on roadways. The wind has finally gone, but so much cleanup has to be done.

Sacramento has a hell of a lot of trees and I think all the leaves are now clogging up the hitters and branches litter the streets.

My family is lucky to have no damage done to property or person. My sister is one of the million people without power.

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  1. Nick

    >I was like, oh my God! Did they name this or something? Because it should totally have a name. We don’t have a basement, but if we did, I would’ve totally hidden in it.

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  2. SFChick74

    >Of course they didn’t name it. Freaking worse (lower mb of pressure) than the Perfect Storm, and we don’t get a name, much less a movie starring George Clooney.

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Amy Ruiz Fritz   June 7, 2007   1 Comment on >Wow

>This chick really didn’t want to go out on a date.

From the news story:

Young said White planned to meet someone at the park that she had met via the Internet. White than got cold feet and called the man, stating that three men had hit her over the head and tossed her in the back of a car, Young added.

White then claimed she was being driven all over the city in the trunk of the car.The incident was reported to police, who called White on her cell phone. Young said White kept up with the act with police, telling officials she was being taken into a house

I feel bad when I pull the “fake phone call from a friend who has a personal issue and needs my help” bit. I try not to do that because how shitty would I feel if someone did that to me? Pretty damn shitty. I’d much rather be told politely that it’s just not going to work out.

I feel bad for the dude in this story, whoever he is. It’s embarrassing enough trying to make your way through the world of dating, but to have your story blasted all over the evening news must just suck. I’ll bet he ends up with a date or two because of it though!

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  1. Doug

    >When I was a teenager I had my own phone line and I would change the answering machine message every day. One day I said “I’m depressed because I don’t have enough money in pocket to go to McDonalds. If I end up dead it is the fault of XYZ (My friend).” A few hours later, while I was at work the cops came to my parents house,looking for me. They got the story that is was just a bad goof and rolled on. My friend thought it was semi-funny I also got a friendship with a cat from England out of it as he would call from his work each day (4am Pacific time)to hear the new message which was sometimes creative but mostly idiotic.

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