No pictures :(
Back to work today - YUCK! Does it really count as "back to work" when you only had one day off? I don't think so - but whatever.
I played in the WWdn last for about 2 hours which was long enough for me to bubble out and get 11th place (top 9 places paid). I love putting in 2 hours of work for absolutely NOTHING. Even though I know better, I opened up a 45 person SNG and after a few minutes, got bored and pushed with crap. Earned myself 25th place in that fine debacle.
Earlier in the day I went to the Fashion Show Mall and bought two pair of jeans. I had to literally force myself to leave after that because I was in one of those moods when everything looked good to me and I didn't care about prices. I hightailed it out of there and headed home. About 5 minutes from the house and I look down at the dashboard to see a flashing a light. It said TCL off. I had no idea what that meant and I wouldn't have been concerned except for the other light that flashed below it that said "Check Engine". Now, I'm no mechanic, but I'm pretty sure that a check engine light isn't a good thing. I couldn't possibly be having this problem already could I? I just bought the freakin car 2 months ago. I haven't even had my first oil change yet.
So, I turned around and headed over to the Mitusbishi Dealership and let them check things out for me. After a big long explanation about how the engine is working harder to push more oxygen out blah blah blah - I finally heard that I'm not using a high enough octane when I fill up. Well, with gas prices the way they've been, I've been putting 87 into my tank. The mechanic told me not to use anything below 89 - ugh! Okay, okay, they should have just told me that in the beginning. Problem solved. I needed gas anyway, so I went ahead and filled up. This time it cost me $45.00. Good thing I'm going back to work tonight.
Awwwwwww - pooooooor puppy - I'm kind of at a loss with this one...
Plantation, FL (AHN) -- An unidentified man was recorded by a surveillance camera while stealing and stuffing a pricey puppet down his pants. Police would need to rely on the public to help identify the man in the video.
The man in the video is dressed in a sleeveless black undershirt and blue shorts. He walked into the store and then approached a worker who was putting the puppy back in the holding bin.
Shortly after talking to the employee, the man picked up the $1600 Maltese puppy. He stuffed the 5-month-old puppy down his pants.
After that, he walked pass two employees as he left the store. The puppy stayed in his pants all this while. Police claim they have received tips on who the man is, although they have declined to say more about him.
Blogger is not allowing me to publish any pictures at this time, so I'm done with this post for today.