The Self-Titled Entry

Okay, so rather than play Civ II (which is really what I want to do but I loaned it to Ben and I guess it would be mean of me to take it back while he's in the middle of the game even though it is my game) I'm updating.

We got the car on Sunday. It is indeed a 323, but that's okay. It's a good little car and I really like it. It's not a hatchback, which is good and the trunk has a lot more space in it than you'd imagine. It runs well, only has 48,000 miles on it and the tape deck works. It's still in really good condition and we're very happy with it. This means that I'm going to have to sell my Oldsmobile. I love my Olds, but it's just not worth keeping. That means that I'm going to have to get all those damned stickers off of it, get the oil changed since it's been about three months, wash it inside and out, and decide how to go about selling it. Do I tell the whole truth? Do I just let the problems it has come spilling out of me as soon as someone shows up inquiring about it? Do I keep some of it to myself? How much under what I ask for it will I be willing to take? I would not make a good car salesman... and I'm probably not going to be very good at it. So, any of you know of anyone who wants to buy a 1985 Oldsmobile Delta 88 4-door sedan? It's got about 150,000 miles on it, leaks and burns oil, the transmission is doing something weird, and the air conditioner fan growls at you. I'm asking for $500 OBO. God I hope I can sell this thing.

Sometimes I hate this computer. Why do some of my programs just cease to work in Win98? I'll be connected to the internet and all will be well and then all of the sudden, while it still looks like I'm connected, none of the programs that rely on an internet connection will work anymore. Or I'll try and drag my CD icon into Winamp so it'll play but it just acts like I never did that. Or I'll click on something I want to open and it just won't! Argh! I want my Win95 back!

"The dealer deals and then the deal is screwed."

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