I finally managed to find the USB cord that I need for my camera. It was a real bargain at $3.99. What bugs is that the shipping is twice as much! Oh well, I've searched high and low and this is the best deal that I could find.
Is it just me or does anyone else have a problem with how Subway makes their sandwiches? I bitch about this all time. I can sum up my grievance in just one sentence..."The TOPpings are called TOPpings because they belong on the TOP of the sandwich!" I miss the divot they used to cut into the bread. It was perfect, everything stayed where it was supposed to and the bread didn't get all soggy. They need to bring that back.
To drivers in Texas, if you need to pull over then pull over...off the road! I have never in my life lived in a place where people just park in the middle of the road. I see it all the time out here. Even on the highways...there's a shoulder for a reason, people.
Why is it that when you go to a fast food drive thru and ask for ketchup they hand you a whopping two packets? I always ask for more and they give me a disgruntled look like I'm asking for their first born. I actually got into an altercation with the staff at a Wendy's a few years ago. I asked for A LOT of ketchup (I got meals for 4 people). The guy handed me 3 packets so I nicely asked for more. He handed me 1 packet...to me that was just rude. So I again asked for more and he just shrugged at me...so I said "In what world is four tiny packets of ketchup enough for four large orders of fries?" At this point, the manager sauntered up to the window and asked me what the problem was. I nicely explained that I needed enough ketchup for four meals and that four packets just wasn't going to cut it. Her snarky remark was "Exactly how many packets would you like?" My reply, "Eleven". She then explained that they didn't have eleven packets left at the window, so I told her she ought to carry herself up front and get some more. She handed me 2 more packets and told me to be on my way. At this point, I was furious...I could've just driven off and stewed about it, bitched about it and then gotten over it, but that's not quite my style...so I parked the car, walked inside and dumped the entire bin of ketchup packets into the to-go bag. The next time I visited this particular Wendy's, the ketchup was hidden behind the counter. It's nice to know that I've left a small dent in the world :o)