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Thread: I don't like:

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    Default I don't like:

    0 Not allowed!
    Parboiled rice. Ick!

    It was a rice emergency last night! So we got what we could from the little country store we pick our mail up at. All they had was parboiled...

    55 g Goldfish Tank - 3 Fancies, 2 Comets
    25 g Tropical Tank - Celestial Pearl Danio/Mixed

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    1 Not allowed!
    I would have to agree on the parboiled rice too.

    I don't like:

    The fact that 97% of city drivers will keep about three quarters of an inch of pavement between their front end and my trailer hitch. I know in the long run that I will come out the victor in the battle of emergency braking and your mostly plastic bumper.

    What bothers me more though, is that you think I've left that space in front of me for the sole purpose of you zipping in there. This really isn't the case and I hope you realize that you are flirting with the fact that I could very easily drive over your mostly plastic car, leave tread marks along either side and carry on with my day as though the worst that happened was that I encountered a particularly deep pothole. It's a TRUCK. It requires considerably more space to stop than your mini, smart(lol)car, jaguar, compacted-compact etc etc...

    Baffling still, is the fact that when we all arrive at the red light (did squeezing your hotwheels in there gaining you any more time?) you stop 17 and a half feet away from the line/car in front of you and then proceed to spend that time inching forward.

    Why I ever thought moving to a city would be a good thing is beyond me. lol
    "It is better to die on one's feet than to live on one's knees."
    - Albert Camus

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