Wrecks & Broken Chains
I wish the car above was mine. It pulled into the garage while I was there and quickly became the envy of everyone present. Oh, why was I at the garage? Look below.
Some guy - who was having a terrible day all on his own - backed into me while I was parked. Fortunately, he was an honest man and tracked me down to tell me about it. Most drivers here just take off.
Unlike the guy who hit me, his insurance company is trying its best to rip me off. They say the door can be replaced for $98. If you're laughing, I guarantee you that the mechanics were laughing even harder. Pretty sure I will blog about the insurance company when this is over. I have to argue with them next week. They gave me an estimate of 1/2 what they admitted it would cost for repairs. No one is surprised of course. Like most insurance companies, they're basically just a legal criminal enterprise.
At the same time as the wreck, my Le Mans key chain broke! I guess it is giving me an excuse to go to Le Mans and buy another one. This one was a gift but I have always wanted to go to the Le Mans 24 hr race. Just think it would be kewl and I'm not even a racing fan.
Well, I sign off on that note. Take the car out of the equation and it has actually be a really interesting month. More good than bad to be honest. Strange at times but positive. If life wasn't strange or interesting, I'd probably be worried.