With deepest apologies to Charlie Robinson, maybe this character needs HIS
head shot-peened, too! After all, if his instructions hadn't been so
carelessly given, only the appropriate parts would have been shipped.
Remember: let those who are without stones cast the first sin.....
----- Original Message -----
From: john fagerlund <email@example.com>
To: Mike Razor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 08, 1999 5:20 AM
Subject: Re: Really Stupid
> Sounds like you should have taken care of it yourself. You should know
> your wife and where her weak points are, but love her anyway. You said
> ship the parts, she shipped the parts. Don't blame her. She probably
> thought she was doing the right thing. I'm sure, in her eyes, you have
> really dorked up a time or two also.
> And your letter and comments about her are very offensive.
> John Fagerlund
> Not a marraige counsler, just happily married to a wonderful woman.
> At 07:35 PM 4/9/99 -0400, you wrote:
> >I am so p*ssed. My wife may lose her membership in rocket
> >science club.
> >I was out of town and asked her to mail some brake parts back
> >to a shop to be rebuilt along with the stuff the shop sent
> >that may or may not have been faulty. They asked me to return
> >them to check them out. I have now lost both brake boosters,
> >both cores and a M/C I threw in to have redone as well. Lost
> >you say! Yes, lost. In her infinite wisdom she sent them
> >USPS, first class, no insurance, no return receipt, nada in
> >the way of tracking them or at least recouping some of the
> >approximate $1500 they are worth. I now have a car that I
> >did not pay anywhere near $3000, needing less than $600 worth
> >of brake work costing me the $1500 in lost parts, $1500 in
> >replacement parts and a whole lot of discontent. The really
> >sad part is she does not understand what all the excitement is
> >The moral is don't marry a dumb a** or be smart enough to take
> >care of it yourself.