Friday, December 18, 2009

Toyota Nights, Toyota Lights

When I got home tonight and parked my car, I turned off the lights but was greeted by "the lights are still on" warning buzzer when I opened the door. I checked everything multiple times, but no matter what I did the parking lights stayed on. I finally had to disconnect the battery. I'm taking the car in tomorrow morning to be looked at. I hate it when things like this happen. My life is difficult enough as it is, and I don't need more problems. They always come though. It's like I never get a break.

I wish I was rich and didn't have to worry about having only one very old car to transport me to my shitty job, a job without which I'd be out on the street. All my worries seem to come down to the stress of living paycheck to paycheck. They say money doesn't make people happy, but please, give me a chance to prove that theory wrong!


  1. That sucks.

    It kills me to see you push the agenda of the people who prevent you from making a decent living.

  2. Capitalism keeps me from making a decent living, which is why I no longer call myself a capitalist.

  3. What?! Say it ain't so! Just as I was beginning to see the virtues of federal minimalism...

    *erases mind*

    What did it turn out to be, by the way? Crossed wire? Cracked rotary... dooder?

  4. It was a bad wire. It took the guy over two hours to pinpoint the problem, "like chasing a ghost" he said.

    He did fix it though. Only charged me 70 bucks.


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