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    Posted: 17 Jul 2015 at 3:22pm
A poster on another 1995 CIH thread (my own thread) pointed out that instead of pretending that we are in 1995, I should have started a thread about what we were really doing in 1995. So, thanks for the suggestion, and here is the thread!

In 1995, my College Major was Social Worker. I had to do a Customer Service Course, which I did good in, but I realized I had to do a lot of Advanced Math, which was my weakness. I ended up making Customer Service my Major, rather than just a Course instead.
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1995? All I remember doing is going to elementary school, playing Sonic 2, and shopping at Ames, Bradllees, Caldor, Davidson & Leventhal, Nu Stars, Borders, K-Mart The Farmington Valley Mall and The Naugatuck Valley Mall! I think that covers it!
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This day in 1995 is very close, probably within a week or so, of the day I stood up in the middle of a tirade by my boss who was giving me a big, fat ration of sh*t for no reason other than the fact that he was in one of his trademark foul moods & I happened to be a convenient target, told him "I quit" & walked out.

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I was working my skinny ass off by day, chasing women all night.
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I was thinking "20 years from now, I want to throw out a little logic and have it twisted and/or misinterpreted by some twit on the internet so he can then use said manipulated logic for personal attention fetish gratification".


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I was going to say something negative, there is just no getting through to the said subject.
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I wasn't trying to get through to him, but since he partially credited me with the creation of this thread, I wanted to go on record as having said that I never intended any such thing.
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See what you did?  LOL
 
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I'm a monster. I should go.

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This idea works out way better than just pretending we are in 1995......
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Originally posted by Donathan Donathan wrote:

This idea works out way better than just pretending we are in 1995......
Welcome to Donna's world of fantasy and fiction, pull up a chair it's not too late.
 
 
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Originally posted by Donathan Donathan wrote:

This idea works out way better than just pretending we are in 1995......
Welcome to Donna's world of fantasy and fiction, pull up a chair it's not too late.
 
 

Actually, I have to agree... this IS a better idea for a thread than the other one.  Wink
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No clue.

I don't even remember what I did this day last year, nevermind when I was five years old.
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This day in 1995, give or take a few hours, I had just arrived home from work, after a brief stop at a drug store. 


There was still blood on my hands. I had tried to wash it off in the store bathroom, but it had stained my dry, callous skin. The contents of my trunk would have to wait, I really needed to address the bloody hands thing. I worked in the auto industry, so I naturally had some Lava soap in the apartment… that did the trick. Not a trace of anything left, save for a little grease under a fingernail. The little scissors on my Swiss Army knife made short work of that.


I waited until it got dark and everyone had gone on about their plans for the evening. It was a Tuesday, so most people were just settled in for a nice night of cable TV. I went down to the parking lot and got in my car, and drove to the next town. I found an apartment complex there with no fence around their dumpster, so I backed my car up and opened my trunk.


Loosely wrapped in garbage bags was that son-of-a-bitch cashier who had asked my girlfriend if I was her grandfather. I thought I’d killed him, having beat his face nearly to a pulp before strangling him… but he started moving. I grabbed my tire tool and went to work on his head, the dull thuds turning to gross squishes after the second or third dozen blows… I lost count. The movement stopped.


I dragged the guy out of the trunk and dropped him on the ground. I guess I expected him to be more stiff, but he crumpled like a pair of sweat pants stuffed with scrambled eggs. A second-floor light came on and I panicked. I jumped back into my car and sped off, leaving the bag of dead guy laying in a puddle of dead guy blood.


That was twenty years ago. I’m pretty sure I got away with it. Hell, I’ve even become a regular at the Walgreens where I ran into the guy. There was some short bit on the news about the police finding a body, but they never identified him. Thank goodness for 1995 forensics.

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What do you expect? 

Darth = Sith = Evil

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Well, Darth, I wasn't working at Walgreens in 1995, so......
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Originally posted by Donathan Donathan wrote:

Well, Darth, I wasn't working at Walgreens in 1995, so......

See? Now who's not playing along and sucking the fun out of it?
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Okay, Darth, I'll play along. You thought you killed the guy, but he started moving, so you hit him again. He decided to get some street smarts and just stopped moving, and just played possum. When you thought he was dead, you left him there. He got up, and put a life sized dummy in his place. The authorities could not identify the body because it was just a life sized dummy.

The guy who you attacked changed his name, his hair color, wore different colored contacts, and went to another State , knowing you tried to kill him..
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Too little, too late, Donna. I'm taking my ball and going home.

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Besides, now you're God moding. How could he still be alive when I beat his skull with a tire iron until it was mush? Where did he get a dummy? And how... even with 1995 forensics... did the cops mistake a dummy for a human body?


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Darth, this guy is hard to kill.... He's survived multiple death attempts....        . .   
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Donna, skull + mush = dead.

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Quote What  Who were you doing this day in 1995?
 
Can't remember her name, but she was a cute blonde.  Big smile
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Originally posted by MrTim MrTim wrote:

Quote What  Who were you doing this day in 1995?

 

Can't remember her name, but she was a cute blonde.  Big smile


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