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Sites I Used Last Week

I've been changing up my passwords and I thought I would take this time to breakout a list of sites / accounts that I have scattered across the net. I think we forget how many interactions we have and how…

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Review: Deal or No Deal

I try to limit my TV intake because, well, I usually feel dumber after watching. One show that I find addicting is NBC's Deal or No Deal. Like any addict I go through a wave of emotions after spending an…

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Why I broke up with


You made me mad. You made me so mad that I was forced to break up with you. Part of our fight was my fault and the majority was yours. Let me rewind.

There I was, chugging along as a happy as can be in our relationship. I had the monthly membership which gave me 2 credits to download per month. I have downloaded 31 books from you since our relationship began on 08/14/2005, but what you did to me yesterday was unforgivable. It started out simple enough. You emailed me once to remind me that my credit card was expiring at the end of February. You emailed me again with a gentle reminder after your first email was in my trash bin.

We began to bicker as you rejected my new credit card. In hindsight, I understand your logic now. I made the mistake of giving you my old mailing address (I’ve recently moved back to PA.) It was my honest mistake that set these unfortunate events in motion. I never wanted to see your ugly side. It would have been nice if I continued on unaware that the dark side existed.

Instead of telling me that the address didn’t match or that I should ensure the accuracy of my address you told me my card was rejected and that I should try again later. Hmm… yes, I will try again later. Fifteen seconds later you gave me the same error. My memory must have failed me. Did I have a typo in my number? No, the number is fine.

Honest mistake, Audible. I am sorry. But here is where things turned really ugly. At this point, you could have told me something other than I was rejected. You could have offered to help, but you sat there – stubborn and staring back at me – mocking me.

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It isn't very often that I really look forward to the release of a movie. The last one I can think of was Borat and the last one before that was probably from the Matrix trilogy or Star Wars Episode…

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