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NomadicMedic

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Doing first grade math with my daughter. Fractions. Already?

I don’t remember being introduced to fractions so early.
 

Fezman92

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Doing first grade math with my daughter. Fractions. Already?

I don’t remember being introduced to fractions so early.
I’ve blocked out memories of most of my math classes. Fractions and decimals are evil.
 

NomadicMedic

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DragonClaw

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Had a rough night. Before bed, had a maybe 5/10 headache for no known reason. Went to bed, woke up with an absolutely horrible headache only second to the time after I fell out of a hammock in my head.

I was freezing without a blanket and burning up with a very light one, sweating.

No fever , per thermometer. But I think it lied.

Went to about 9/10 and I popped 2000mg Tylenol.

Then I got nausea. Started getting that "about to puke" feeling. Was drooling and all. But didn't puke somehow.

Was pretty bad. But this afternoon, I'm up and apparently just fine?
 

Fezman92

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Great. My car has a crack in the windshield.
 

Fezman92

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I'm going over to get it looked at on Monday.
 

VentMonkey

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I usually had Safelite come out and do it at the station.
This. Super convenient, quick, and virtually hassle free. Took the guy maybe 20 minutes to fix my windshield crack.

Luckily it was small enough not to require the whole windshield be replaced.

I had a buddy years ago who let his crack go from repairable to across the entire windshield. Don’t be my buddy.
 

Jim37F

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...gotta get that zero glass deductible. I had my Tacoma windshield replaced 4 times when I lived in Washington thanks to the cinders WADOT spread on the highway. Cost nothing. I usually had Safelite come out and do it at the station.
After a couple claims, including windshield, over the years, I found it so much nicer to pay a little extra per month for the $0 deductible
 

CALEMT

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I just typically leave the cracks in my windshield, until they spread from corner to corner.
 

Fezman92

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Jim37F

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Reminds me of the time a few years back when I was doing Uber Eats delivery on the side, had a rock or something come up on the freeway and smack into my windshield while on a delivery. Took pictures and sent them to Uber for a claim... they responded by saying the cracked windshield was a safety issue so I couldn't drive for them (not even the no passenger food drop off only side) until I got it fixed. Of course they offered roughly $0.00 to actually fix it, and since I was dead broke at the time (hence why I was doing UE in the first place) with no money to fix it myself, I found an old pic of my truck with a non-chipped/cracked windshield, sent it in, and they were satisfied I had it "fixed" and let me start taking deliveries again. Took like another week or 2 before I finally had enough spare cash to actually go get it fixed.

Definitely was a major factor in, when after I didn't need to drive for UE anymore (and why I quit driving for them as soon as I started making enough I didn't HAVE to take a side delivery to meet the bills), I went and dropped my insurance deductibles to 0 lol
 

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