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Watch Out For Your Corn Hole
Saturday, 2004 December 18 - 1:23 am
So, I got rear-ended today. It's like prison all over again.

A woman ran into the back of my Mercedes tonight... because she was talking on her cell phone. Sigh.

She apparently hadn't been in an accident before, because she had no idea what to do. She really didn't want to call the cops, and I said that was okay, because I DON'T TRUST THEM PIGS. But now I have a written and signed statement from her saying that it was all her fault, and that should be good enough for anyone. You just gotta love those accident virgins who've never read the back of their insurance cards (the part that says "never admit fault").

Really, I have no more than a scratch on my bumper. But I'm going to make State Farm Insurance fix it, and fix it right, because goodness knows they've screwed me enough times in the past. It won't cost me anything, because I'll file against the other driver's insurance.

I do feel bad for the other driver. She seemed like a nice girl. She was driving her boyfriend's car, and I'm sure he'll be the one who has to pay, and they'll probably have a fight about it. Maybe they'll break up. I have to say, for a moment, I thought about telling her to forget about the accident and then ASKING HER OUT ON A DATE. Being single during the holidays makes me crazy sometimes. But I did come back to my senses before doing anything stupid.
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Comment #1 from Crouching Hamster (Guest)
2004 Dec 18 - 3:38 pm : #
OK. The first thing I thought of was, "Oh my God." And then when I read that it was just a scratch, I thought, "I wonder if she's single. You should ask her out."

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