I've been fooling around with that thing--with only a day off here and there--since the 10th. Shit.
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Ann Coulter: "There were a lot fewer public confrontations when bullies got their faces smashed."
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Boston is one of those big Democrat stronghold cities like Chicago, so this article about them banning "assault dirtbikes" does not surprise me one whit. "Disgust", yes, but "surprise", no.
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Woke up with a panic attack (mild one) and had to take a Xanax; now I'm all sleepy. Therapist appointment at 3:30--I doubt I'll get much done today other than making dinner, but that's probably all right. The fireworks place is open at least until 8 PM, so if I really feel plucky I can always go do that later on--and if not, they'll be open tomorrow.
The temperature's already getting close to the projected high of 85, so I think I'm closing the place up now and turning on the air. Tomorrow's going to be in the nineties. Hopefully we won't get too much rain this weekend, as I'd like to ride my motorcycle on dirt rather than mud--and if it's too squishy I'm not going to bother.
Riding the Suzuki on the road is fun, yes--but it's a dirt bike and I like taking it off-road. Besides, that way there are fewer chances of having police cite me for driving without plates, insurance, or driver's license (haven't got motorcycle classification...yet). Granted, there are not many cops out by Sailor V's place, but it'd be just my luck--
Anyway, in the event of rain we've got an alternate plan that involves anime, and fireworks here at the bunker instead. I doubt anyone would care, considering how much pyrotechnics this neighborhood alone consumes on the 4th of July. Heh.
...anyway, I'm closing the place up and going back to bed, because I don't need to be awake for another four hours and I'm feeling beat.