Made a visit to Denny's. I go there once in a great while to have the wonderful breakfast that they are so good at making. Plain, simple, delicious.
But first, I replaced the battery in the old Buick. The previous one was about 2-1/2 years old with a 5 year warranty. So, I got the new battery for half price after pro-rating it. They wanted to sell me a battery that costs $115 to replace it, I said bunk. Old car, not worth putting that much money into it. I've already dumped more than I have wanted to but fortunately it's gone a pretty good, long spell without having to do anything but change the brake rotors and pads on it, and that turned out to be pretty cheap.
Of course, that means NOT taking it to a brake shop!! I have no idea what they would charge to do that, but I am guessing a pretty good price tag plus they always tell you something else is wrong with your brake system and then try to instill fear into you that you might be on the verge of a catastrophic brake failure if you don't replace - whatever they are telling you. Brakes and fear work well together for those that don't know about brake systems or how to fix that stuff yourself.
Long interlude. I ended up on Ebay looking for tickets to Seaworld. I watched throughout the day as the auction had 2 people bidding against each other. You want to get an awesome price on Ebay, you don't bid until the end, period. You don't sit there with days or hours left to go bidding against each other. But they were still WELL below half price on those tickets when the time was almost up on the auction. I waited until 45 seconds left in the auction and made my bid. I can't tell you how many times I have played that game and won with only seconds left to spare, but it gives no or little time for anyone else to make a counter-bid unless they have already had an automatic bid set up. So, after the sport fishing is done, we are going to SeaWorld. I hope I have some energy left to enjoy that, lol.
Yup, it's late - 11:00 pm for me, I only stayed up to try and win this auction and get the tickets here before we leave.
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