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My dull life / The Real F-Word

Wall Street subway station stop, downtown New York City NYC

Spent the day yesterday trying to track down a leak in my building that was causing a mini-waterfall in my lower bathroom. Stressful.

Water's the single biggest danger in a small apartment building but finding the causesa water leaks are Sherlockian adventures. Traced it to a clogged main drain somewhere between the first and second floors. Waiting for the plumber now.

Also, despite my best efforts, may end up the condo president again. It's like the mafia. For serious.

Before that adventure began, broiled a flank steak for dinner last night. Never really ever broiled anything cause we didn't have a working broiler until last year. Gotta say, it's probably the easiest way to cook a steak. May never go back to any other way.

Reading this, realized how dull my life's become.

Thank goodness.

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Seeing as how I rarely curse, rather enjoyed this.

And it's totally true, it's a offensive thing to have famine in this day and age.


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