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Old 07-16-2007, 06:13 AM   #1  
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I just took the wife and kids to see the new Disney movie Ratatouille, little did I know I would get a glimpse of what the housing situation would look like in Paris. The poor dishwasher/garbage boy lived in an apartment disguised as a closet. I told the kids this is what our "house" would look like if we moved over there. They started sobbing and crying. I tried to comfort them by telling them we wouldn't move, but I might get STV'd over there for 3 months. They started sobbing and crying again. I tried to show them the park bench where I "slept one off", wife was not amused. "FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS VOTE YES ON THE LOA"
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That movie was fiction. The old lady in the beginning actually owned a gun.
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I just took the wife and kids to see the new Disney movie Ratatouille, little did I know I would get a glimpse of what the housing situation would look like in Paris. The poor dishwasher/garbage boy lived in an apartment disguised as a closet. I told the kids this is what our "house" would look like if we moved over there. They started sobbing and crying. I tried to comfort them by telling them we wouldn't move, but I might get STV'd over there for 3 months. They started sobbing and crying again. I tried to show them the park bench where I "slept one off", wife was not amused. "FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS VOTE YES ON THE LOA"
Ha! Ha! I'm still laughing over this.
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Lest you forget "the rest of the story." The kid was able to amass fame and fortune and untold success as a waiter in the end. Indeed, it will be the "other" jobs we'll have to secure to make life work in a FDA with the current LOA.
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