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What happens when you put your mind to something Depends on what your mind is capable of thinking Today was my day I owned the town tonight Systematically everything I cared about had been destroyed sometimes behind my back and sometimes right in front of me My car had been vandalized Monday- smashed my mirrors and scraped the paint Tuesday I had nearly been hit in the parking lot Wednesday someone worked over my dog My girlfriend had broke it off Thursday citing the fact that she didnt like the way I dressed and I used words such as muddin and deers I dont remember ever using such vocabulary but what she said became law I didnt question it Friday while walking to the vet to get my dog some medication I got jumped Some punk stole my dogs tranquilizers So I bought another bottle and caught a cab On my way home I stopped at the insurance office to collect the cash to repair my car with They told me it was a total loss I guess a little damage does a lot to something with very little residual value- such as an 89 Ford Festiva The check was for 435 Not even a months rent So I did the only thing left I tapped into the large slush fund I had accumulated from turning in local criminals My last had been convicted of computer crime fraud and misuse of information Knowledge is always a better investment than stocks Sitting in a poorly decorated office of Brentmeyer Chevrolet I twiddled with Brads business cards I constructed a small house out of them before he came in to shake my hand What can I do for you sir He asked Im interested in a new truck As if I was there for anything else They didnt sell hamburgers even though I could have really used one after the wait Any specific kind
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