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      "Sardonicism"? Are you even listening to yourself right now? Forget that dumb noise; I'm going to say sardony. And you can't stop me.
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+Pete Chvany …isticalicitationism.
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Not enough meat
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If anyone needs me, I'll be in the fridge. 
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The AC unit we bought last year is super duper on sale, now. https://www.amazon.com/Whynter-Dual-Portable-Conditioner-ARC-14S/dp/B0028AYQDC

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Well I've got panels 1 and 3 down. Panel two just ain't happening on any front!
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Two dads, two tellers of dad jokes. There may be good reason for opposition....


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Quick, Henry, the Flit!
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I use this post office at least once a month. I've never encountered even the slightest problem or unpleasantness with the staff or the service they provide. They've always served my needs and answered my questions efficiently, courteously, and professionally. Sometimes a lot of other people are using the post office at the same time, so I have to line up and wait my turn. I leanred how to do that when I was about four years old. While I'm waiting my turn, I can finish addressing my mail, I can fill out any necessary forms (usually kept stocked in good supply), I can peruse the packing materials and stuff available for purchase, I can mess around with my smartphone... ...or I can observe the behaviour of other customers. And I see a great deal of hair-raisingly bad behaviour from a great many customers. It tends to straddle the border between entitlement and racism. Racism? Yep. All the staffers speak perfectly understandable English, but many of them aren't white, and some of them speak with an accent. This post office serves some rather ritzy areas of Seattle, including Wedgwood and View Ridge. There are too many overprivileged people here, who regard themselves as _far_ too important to wait in line like a commoner or have to deal with, y'know, brown people. I'm sure their number isn't as great as just one such individual easily makes it seem (the fart-in-an-elevator effect). The snippy, huffy reviews of this post office are consistent with the snippy, huffy behaviour I see from customers at this post office. The simplest explanation is probably the correct one. The self-serve machine is kept in proper working condition. The supplies are kept stocked. The parcel drop-off bin and the mail dropbox are never jammed or otherwise inoperative. The floors are kept clean. The service hours are kept as posted. I just can't find anything worth kvetching about...except some of the customers.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
2013 was a difficult year for my car. Some dillweed tried to steal it, leaving it with a broken door handle, carved-up steering column, and sheetmetal damage. KP's fixed it fully and neatly. Then a few months later, some other dillweed kicked the car with a heavy boot or something, judging by what I saw when I went to drive it one morning. Again KP's did a super job to a high standard of craftsmanship. The work wa done on time, with clear communication and a functional courtesy car. My car came back to me cleaned and tidied inside and out. Obviously I hope never again to need auto body "dental" work—nobody ever looks forward to such a need—but if I do, I'm going straight back to KP's.
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Public - 2 years ago
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