Okay. I’m back to procrastinating. I WAS SO GOOD FOR A HOT SECOND! What happened to me? Oh yeah, another car accident. In case you didn’t see the picture I tweeted back on September 25th (who actually follows me, anyway?), my Mini Cooper was totaled by a huge F-250. I’ve been dealing with lawyers and have been going to a chiropractor pretty much everyday since then. The guy was totally at fault, but is disputing it for some stupid reason. Whatever, he’s going down. This girl throws bows.
Anyway, I’m sitting here at my local Barnes & Noble sippin’ a triple soy carmel macchiato (it’s impossible ordering a drink at Starbucks without sounding like a total douche bag) trying to figure out what to do. Here’s the situation. I’m taking an Honors U.S. History course and we have this whole research project that spans the duration of the semester. The first part is due tomorrow. I’ve been trying to locate the two books for like a while now, but they are nowhere to be found. Oh, hey! Maybe you have the books? They are: The Movements of the New Left, 1950-1975 and The Rise of Conservatism, 1945-2000. I know, super scintillating titles. No book store has them. My school’s library doesn’t have them. And, to top it off, public libraries are closed today because it’s Columbus Day. I HATE COLUMBUS DAY.
You understand my frustration, right? I’m totally not in the wrong because I waited until the day before this ten page paper is due, right? Hah, wait. Don’t answer that.
I’m just going to have everyone in my class bombard my professor’s inbox. He’ll have no other option than to extend the due date. I win.
La la la la la…
I’m going to go shank myself and hope this situation figures itself out.
In the meantime, here’s a picture of my dead car. Rest in pieces, Felix.