Residence Inn LAX El Segundo
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Wonderfully appointed suite! Worth the price for sure.
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... I really don’t want to get married or have children anyway. I had my fill of kids after growing up with 10 brothers and sisters. Although, it would be nice to meet the love of my life before I die.”
“It’s midnight, and the line has barely moved,” Alarmist points out.
“If we don’t get into this place in the next five minutes, I’m leaving,” I announce.
... to my embarrassment.
“Why did you wake me? I was having the best dream of my life!”
“I thought that you were suffering and being tortured to death in your sleep. You were thrashing around and making all kinds of awful sounds. It looked like you were having a horrible nightmare, and I didn’t want you to suffer.”
“No, it wasn’t a nightmare, and ...
... surface, when I stop. My feet are stuck. I am sinking. I yell at Willy, ‘STOP!’ but it’s too late. He’s sinking too.”
“Were you in quicksand?” I ask.
“No, we were in a bed of tar left over from an old rail yard. The heat of the sun softened it, because it’s normally rock hard.”
“Didn’t they have a fence around that ...
I pay him for his service, and drive around locally for 15 minutes. A half-mile from my home near LAX, my 9-year old 1986 Corvette stops in the middle of the intersection. AAA tows it back to my mechanic. I tell him what happened. He looks under the hood.
“You shouldn’t have driven your car while it was hot. Now, you have a cracked block. You need a whole new engine. You’ll have to go to your dealer ...
... enters the wood easily, it has wood rot. Ensure that there is copper plumbing, and flush toilet paper down the toilet to test how good the plumbing works.”
After the first day of presentations, I’m pumped to buy a house, however, with the price of an average home going for $200K with a required 10% down payment, plus closing costs, I can’t imagine how I will ever save $26K to buy a house, especially when my salary is $26K ...