Friday, February 09, 2007

Keys and AAA

I spent the night watching the blazers actually win one which was nice. Drinking beer at the bar was good and I stopped off at the local 7-11 to get a 6-er to continue the party at home until I locked my keys in the car. Crap. So I rang my dad on the telly and told him about it hoping we could play the AAA fellows for a free unlocking. I had done this a year and a half ago and the AAA kid did not even ask for my id. This twit did. He was about to go ahead when he actually read the name on my license and decided to play 20 questions about where my dad was. 60 dollars later and the questions were no longer being asked. The whole ride home I kept thinking: "That is exactly how much it costs for a year of AAA" When I called my dad to tell him it hadn't worked, that was exactly what Maryjo was hollering in the background. So my recommendation for the night get AAA. The real pisser is I have a spare key for my car in my wallet but I was driving my dad's car and I do not have a spare key for it. So once again just get AAA.

Other then that I have nothing to share.

3 comments:

Robert said...

I think you may have missed the true meaning of the evening... It is not to get AAA but rather do not stop at 7-11 for a 6-er... HeHeHe

It could always be worse, when it was super cold in Chicago one night and I got to my Jetta late after work, the door had frozen shut and I broke the door handle off the driver's side. Never would have ahappended back in AZ... So I had to get in the climb over from the passenger's side for a week or so until the new door handle arrived.

Robert said...

Wow, my mind was thinking 1 thing, and my fingers were typing another...

Michael Williams said...

Funny thing that. You see I never got a 6-er. I came to that conclusion the minute it occurred to me that my keys were in the car and the door was locked. I had a Slurpee instead.

As far as breaking the door handle I think I remember that happening to my sister when she was in college in Colorado