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No, I wasn't twitterring at the time.
Called 911, and Officer L E Hankins came from the RPD and was extremely friendly, patient, and helpful. The other driver didn't have a great command of the English language, but she got enough info from him to determine what happened before she came over and talked to me.
The police report should be ready within a couple days. I called Geico, they referred me to the other dude's insurance since he was at fault. Called them, and should hear from an adjuster in a day or two.
The best part? The other driver's passenger had some outstanding warrants, so he got a ride away from the scene in the back of Officer Hankins' cruiser.
Most of it was recorded, the "Watch me do" workflow action is really slick.
I could clean this up with some more work to make it more general, but instead I'll walk you through making your own.
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got tagged by punk_apple...
“It works like this: if you use Flickr, go to the sixth page of your photostream and pick the sixth picture there, then post it to your blog, and pass it on to six other people.”
Edited to add: forgot to name 6 people. erm, pick yourselves if you feel like it.
A run will be done next week, a mix of Large and XLs, dark blue with all the text on the front.
The shirts I ordered from Spreadshirt came yesterday, and I picked them up today. Made of win. boxpenguin doesn't want me to wear it to the state fair, but I totally am.
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In case you missed it on Twitter, I just donated $250 to this year's Lupus Walk, through a friend of mine. I challenge each and every one of you to make a contribution too. It doesn't have to be much, just something.
You can donate here.
A few years ago, I wrote a post and spammed it over a bunch of relevant communities, and its just as true now, Get your pink ribbon out of my goddamn face.
The most relevant part: ...more people have Lupus than </b>AIDS, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, sickle-cell anemia and cystic fibrosis... COMBINED</b>. Between 1.5-2 million people in the US alone. That's roughly 10 TIMES as many as there are Breast Cancer patients.
Its even more true now, as more companies release pink versions of their products, and girls are wearing "Great tits are worth keeping" shirts around campus.