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I'm depressed. I have insomnia.

So the only thing left that will help me is: CAFFEINE!!!

I literally blew a week's pay($120) on Dr. Pepper and Folgers' Black Silk coffee.
My friends all know me as the General Lee!

I'm the General Lee, a pistol-pumpin', steel-goin' cavalry,
I'll never let you down while you're ridin' with me,
Buckle up and I'll show you what I mean!
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Love that good old Dodge and Johnny Cash.
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I think I'd try this.

As you all can tell by my handle, I'm hungry.

But, alas, this wolf's hunger cannot be satisfied with a mere Big Mac from McDonald's.

So. What I want y'all to do is: Comment on this post, telling me what you'd make for me to eat! Simple as that. For example: "Extra-large pepperoni pizza" or "strawberry pie(my favorite by the way!)".
Yes, I know, but this wolf is almost out of money.

You know how they say, "You can tell someone's status by seeing how fat their wallet is?"

Well... lemme tell you something really quick, until I get my next paycheck, my wallet is as thin as a piece of paper.
Dude that is critical info. Fried bologna and cheese sandwich.
Well, Sox, please do not call me "dude", as I am not your "dude".

And that sounds very good. I'll have that for lunch.
Finally got a job up here in Denver! Now I can put my 4 semesters of diesel mechanics to good use. I'm a tractor unit mechanic (semi truck repairwoman) working for a company called JE-CO.

So far, I've had to crawl under 3 tractor units and do some stuff. On one of them, the first rear differential(on a 3-axle tractor unit, the first rear differential is the one in front of the very rear axle) was so worn out that the driveshaft disconnected and almost fell on my head!

On the other two, I had to fix some leaks(oil, transmission fluid, and air brake airline hoses).
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At least I haven't gotten hurt(yet)!
Why the fuck is everybody at work acting like a pervert to me???

I go to work, see?
And there's this guy, see?
And he stares at my bust, for like, an hour straight. It's creepy as fuck.

I have a message to people that don't work and sits around drawing money from the government...

"But the great Rubber Duck sorta' run outta' luck
As he crossed that final bridge
There was choppers an' rigs full o' guns an' pigs
They's wall to wall on the ridge
He showed no fear as he grabbed his gear
An' he stuck it in grandaddy low
Them guns went boom an' his ass went zoom
An' the Mack took a terminal blow!

Well, that big black Mack stopped dead in 'er tracks
When the trailer blew high in the air
There was pieces of truck an' some pieces of duck
An' junk an' debris everywhere
The the rig took a drink an' commenced to sink
An' there was no Duck no more
But that evil smile from Dirty Ol' Lyle
Shone south from the north Texas shore!"

This is an excerpt from the 1978 movie theme song "Convoy", which is about a trucker, Marty "Rubber Duck" Penwald(Kris Kristofferson) leads a mile-long convoy while Arizona Sheriff Lyle "Cottonmouth" Wallace(Ernest Borgnine) chases them all through New Mexico, all the way into Texas. Eventually, Rubber Duck gets singled out, and when he tries to cross a bridge, his truck is shot by machine guns, assault rifles, pistols, etc. There's even a tank. Eventually, the trailer explodes, knocking the "big black Mack" into the ocean, with Rubber Duck presumably dead. At the end, when Lyle sees that Rubber Duck is still alive, he laughs maniacally.

Now, if this story about a trucker so determined for money that he risks his life and ruins his load doesn't convince people to get off of their lazy butts and do something, I don't know what will.
Even the Governor of the state threatened him with the National Guard.
My little brother was forced to retire at the age of 49 due to long haul Covid. He can hardly take seven steps without needing oxygen. He was a hard working man who gave it his all every day until his health went south. I am in a similar situation with severe asthma so bad, I can not make it through a four hour day without needing at least two breathing treatments. I have been forced to file for social security disability. I completely agree that certain people need to get more motivated in getting a job while they can. Because once you are unable to work due to whatever reason, you will eventually wish you were.

Excuse me for the skepticism, but I have no idea how to link camera images here, so I put it into a converter to turn it into a link.

Now, let me explain. This has taken me months and months of confidence-building to actually finally consider doing this. This is me! https://im.ezgif.com/tmp/ezgif-1-7252149d84.gif
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Aww, isso cute...! :D
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Today s a very important day...

Today is my birthday! I'm turning 26! YAHOO!!!
Happy Birthday!!!
Thank you!
Happy birthday

Have a wonderful day
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Happy 26th!!!
Warmest wishes for a happy birthday!
Kindest Regards, Lilli
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