so last night my friend messaged me and said "hey let's go for some coffee" ....
we grabbed some coffee and then drove around, ending up around Bradley Airport just 20 miles south of me in Windsor Locks, CT. We sat, talked etc for an hour or so and started heading back...
after a couple miles his car overheated and we had to pull over and call to have it towed.
I got home after midnight and then couldn't sleep (because of the coffee I guess ....)
As a result I overslept this morning, missed breakfast and am pretty cranky right now
not to mention I have ONE cigarette left and plan on making it my last (I am also completely broke after this past weekend, I have $7.00 in my account till Friday)
I am counting change at the moment.... trying to figure how I will make it through the week
$14.27 .... not so bad I guess. :(
oh and in other
Beastiality with Camels is evidently not recommended...stick with sheep!
Pet camel kills Australian woman
A woman in Australia has been killed by her pet camel after the animal may have tried to have sex with her.
Camels were brought to Australia in the 1840s for transportation
The woman was found dead at the family's sheep and cattle ranch near the town of Mitchell in Queensland.
The woman had been given the camel as a 60th birthday present earlier this year because of her love of exotic pets.
The camel was just 10 months old but already weighed 152kg (336lbs) and had come close to suffocating the family's pet goat on a number of occasions.
On Saturday, the woman apparently became the object of the male camel's desire.
It knocked her to the ground, lay on top of her and displayed what the police delicately described as possible mating behaviour.
"I'd say it's probably been playing, or it may be even a sexual sort of thing," the Associated Press news agency quoted Queensland police Detective Senior Constable Craig Gregory as saying. Young camels are not normally aggressive but can become more threatening if treated and raised as pets.