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Larry David and Me

Posted on | January 3, 2009 | No Comments


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My life mirrors Larry David’s experiences in Curb Your Enthusiasm in so many ways.  From getting into an argument with the Chinese restaurant about the amount of shrimp put in a dish, to his other problems and misunderstandings, it’s really unbelievable.  Recently, I experienced an incident where this scene comes to mind:

Oh well, what can you do but laugh about it.

Here’s another question.  These days, everyone is into texting and emailing rather than calling.  When is it appropraite to text or email, and when you do have to call?  Is a condolence email ok?  How about a get well text?  I mean, you were thinking of them even if you don’t actually call.  I guess it depends on the situation.  I texted a friend “Sorry to hear about your dog” and they were appreciative.  But then again, it was a dog.  Comment and tell me what you think – call, email or text?

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