Unless you were kidnapped a month and a half ago and just finally released, you probably know about the little oil issue BP is having in the Gulf of Mexico. They are calling it a “spill” but it should really be called an oil “gusher” since spill implies a small mishap in a confined area. This “spill” has prompted people to boycott BP and one facebook group suitibly named Boycott BP is reaching close to half a million members. Granted, a boycott is a good idea. But at this time most people are content with just sitting around and bitching about the problem. Some even venture out to protest in front of BP stations. This is all good and everything if you like waving at traffic and feeling like you’re doing something. But in the end, nothing is really accomplished. Enter Jonathan Fin. Jonathan decided he just couldn’t stand on the sidelines and watch anymore. His local station has been pretty quiet regarding the spill so he figured he would bring the spill to them. The result is a great piece of comedy that plays out.
Garage sale on Saturday April 17th from 10 am to 4 pm. Lots of clothes, furniture, electronics, and more. The address is 341 ********* Drive. Email me if you need directions.
Now before you think this woman doesn’t deserve it, she spammed this ad everywhere, every day. I was sick of seeing it. From Me to ***********@**********.org:
I live a few blocks away from you and couldn’t help but notice you are having a garage sale this Saturday. I am going to have to kindly ask you to change the date of your garage sale. I am having my annual world class garage sale on that day, and I do not want you to take away any of the customers that would be coming to my garage sale.
If you could hold your garage sale some time during May or June, that would be great.
Do not Use Lenny the Mechanic:
He has an ad on here for car repairs and I asked him to fix my blown head gasket. He showed up to my house, broke a bunch of parts and left. He has been avoiding me ever since. DO NOT USE THIS GUY.
Lenny, if you are reading this, you owe me an explanation.
From Me to ***************@***********.org:
My apologies for bailing on your car. I know I have been hard to contact; I lost my phone and had to get a new e-mail address. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to make it up to you.
i am 17 years old and looking to buy my first car! if you have a good, cheap and reliable car for a student please let me know. thank you!
From Mike Anderson to ***********@*******.org
I saw your ad and have a great car for a young driver such as yourself. I am selling my beautiful 1992 Toyota Camry. This car is almost perfect. 148,342 miles on it. I need to go to Wawa tomorrow, so that mileage might change. I’m estimating it will be somewhere around 148,347 miles. If this is a problem, let me know and I will ride my bike to Wawa.