Cars: Always Improving

  However, there HAS been some thought given over recently to car servicing. Glen Iris has a garage where I get mine done, because it’s a family thing and we’ve been in the area for years, and even there I’ve heard whispers of cars being given a sort of virtual intelligence to allow them to diagnose …

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Training, but Online

Now the business is booming, I’m churning out bow rails and snapper racks after the new patch, I’m taking on more workers, I’m developing the reputation of my business, and I’m pretty sure I could do all of this in real life. What exactly about that is a waste of time, mother?

Unblock or replace

How can I determine if my drains just need unblocking or a full-on drain replacement? Speaking to a professional drainage expert can mitigate any inherent problems that people may find themselves in. Determining the extent of any sort of drainage or sewerage problem is difficult for any layperson to do, which is actually a large reason …

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Irritation or Opportunity?

A wise man once told me: “When you ignore your problems, they go away.” Now, that doesn’t sound like very good advice from the get go, but my experiences have taught me that it’s actually kinda true. Like…okay, thinking of a random example, my shoes got a hole in them the other day. Folks would …

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No More Windows

Alright, so the windows are gone. I knew some windows might get BROKEN, but I didn’t think they’d just be gone entirely. The snack cupboard is empty, obviously, and I don’t even want to go near the bathroom because something doesn’t smell right, plus I think someone might have thrown the TV in the pool. …

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Christmas Office Time

It’s almost December, which means I need to get the tree ready in the office. I made the mistake of setting it up early one year, around the 15th of November, and there was an uproar. People said I was taking all the magic out of Christmas by making it a year-long, and maybe I …

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Proper Kitchen

Good grief, these kids’ toys are getting realistic. I remember way back in the day when I had one of those miniature kitchens, with the plastic food and the stoves that were just stickers on plastic discs. I know most boys had different toys, but we got given a bunch of stuff by a family …

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So Much Hair

Right now I’m checking the list of people going to start our new lunar kingdom on the moon, and I’m a little bit worried that it’s too many. Not too many for the space craft…I don’t know anything about that side of things. I assume someone is taking care of all the logistics. No, what …

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Cosmic Temple

Now that I’ve broken up with Tyler, I’m finally at liberty to create the home I’ve always wanted. Hooray! Honestly, this is even more exciting than the general situation of being done cohabiting with that loser and his complete and utter lack of taste.  Anyway, enough about him. I’ve got this whole decorative theme worked …

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Bath Holiday

It’s interesting to think about how the layout of your average home has changed over the past century or so. I’m no expert on the subject of domestic history, but it seems inarguable that the formal nature of rooms – and even the notion of having individual rooms – has changed repeatedly over the decades. …

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