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06:22 pm: More Pain Again

I watched The Closer last night and it turns out that there's one more show in the season. Then I read the paper and went to bed to read at 12:30am. I felt really sleepy at 2:30am and put the book away and turned the light off. I was still awake at 3:15am so I came out here and had some toast and water with Spirit, and went back to bed at 3:45am. I wasn't sleepy then so I read until 5am when I was dropping off to sleep. I slept from then until 2:30pm, although I kept waking up because I hurt and couldn't take more narcotics. I hurt a lot today, starting with a headache, which is unusual for me.

I'm washing cat blankies and of course, the big kitties are worried that the cat blankies aren't in their place. We got almost all the snow and ice melted today and it should be completely gone tomorrow. The forecast says we'll be up to the 50s on Friday!

Amazon thinks it costs too much for them to handle returned presents, so they've patented a procedure where when someone sets up to give you something, they email you and tell you what the something is. If you don't like it, you can change it without the giver ever knowing. Boy, is that tacky.

The Conservative Political Action Conference has allowed a gay political group in and that made a lot of right-sided conservative groups to drop CPAC. However, a Muslim group is staying in.

And a comic that made me laugh.

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Date:December 29th, 2010 11:38 pm (UTC)
I can see why Amazon does it, and it is a bit tacky. Me, I much prefer a gift voucher.

I bought a book from an Amazon vendor, they sent me the wrong book. I ended up having to pay for the postage to return it and it ended up costing quite a bit to get the book refunded. I ended up out of pocket & never got the book I wanted; they'd sold their only copy by the time the mistake was uncovered.
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Date:December 30th, 2010 10:18 pm (UTC)
They've only patented it so far, haven't started it. I like people to know me well enough to buy something I'd like. :)

I can see that it would be much more of a problem with where you live. I've never had the wrong book/whatever be delivered.
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