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I had to drive a bit today, but once we got out of the neighborhood, the roads were mostly clean. I even ventured out a second time to go to the bookstore while I still had a 20% off coupon and gift cards, and the coupon went to good use buying a copy of King of Tokyo, as well as a surprisingly large pile of manga considering that it's only been about three weeks since I last went. We rounded off the trip with a visit to Dickey's Barbecue Pit, where the food was pretty good but overpriced, and they didn't have ribs or ham. The tea was pretty good, though, which is one of the most important things for a diabetic. We watched a lot of Doctor Who, too - from somewhere in the middle of The Visitation where we left off last night through Black Orchid and Earthshock to halfway through Time-Flight. The next two days will also be pretty chaotic with lots of things to do, often scheduled very close together through no choice of ours, but then I should be getting back to my regular routine.

Mom also finally got evidence of the neighbor letting her dog run freely around the neighborhood, which is against the rules, but when she called the association to complain, the president had disconnected his phone, and the next person she managed to reach gave her the least helpful response: "pray for something to happen". I suggested that she tell him to pray that the association gets its money from now on. It's about all they'll be able to do pretty soon, if people keep moving out, which they probably will at this rate. It's not like they're spending anything on plowing the roads.

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Yes, I'm THAT Nidoking. Sometimes I write fanfiction... often I waste all my time playing video games and watching anime. But it's not a waste if I enjoy it, right? I can quote from a movie, video game, anime series, or British comedy apropos of just about any situation, and one of my main goals in life is to entertain people. (The other big one is amassing as much anime and manga as I can... see below for a progress report.) That's me in a nutshell. ("Help! I'm trapped in a nutshell! What a bloody great nutshell this is!")
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