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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Our DMV does credit cards online only, cash or check in person no debit yet.

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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    I always send mine through the mail. Out of sight, out of mind.

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    I don't mind paying the few dollars extra to do it through the mail because it takes FOREVER to do it in person. To me the extra 3 or 4 bucks to save an hour is definetly worth it.
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    I was in and out in 5 minutes yesterday!
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    The other night at work I waited on a large group of people. There were 3 old ladies in the group, and by old, I mean late 80's, early 90's. I asked them what they'd like to drink. One lady said, "I'd like a half a beer." Apparently I had that deer in the headlights look, and one of the men sitting there said, "just bring a beer and 2 glasses, I'll split it with her then I'll get another one later." I still chuckle when I think of it. All the years I've worked in various restaurants, and that was a new one for me.
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Bit;3588759;
    The other night at work I waited on a large group of people. There were 3 old ladies in the group, and by old, I mean late 80's, early 90's. I asked them what they'd like to drink. One lady said, "I'd like a half a beer." Apparently I had that deer in the headlights look, and one of the men sitting there said, "just bring a beer and 2 glasses, I'll split it with her then I'll get another one later." I still chuckle when I think of it. All the years I've worked in various restaurants, and that was a new one for me.
    I wonder if that 1/2 a beer is what's kept her going to her 80's and 90's?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by norealityhere;3588883;
    I wonder if that 1/2 a beer is what's kept her going to her 80's and 90's?!
    Or the little old man sharing her brewskis?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellen;3590332;
    Or the little old man sharing her brewskis?
    LAUGH. OUT. LOUD. Thanks Ellen.
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    I finally got my new glasses yesterday. I am having a hard time adjusting. THey are progressive tri-focals. I ended up with my eyes strained and a headache yesterday. Bit better today, but not great. I can't see with them and I can't see without them. Please someone tell me it gets better. I'm supposed to wear them while driving. HA! I am actually afraid to wear them while driving as I can see everything in the top half of my field of vision fine (trees, clouds, sky), but not in the bottom half which includes the roads, cars and signs!!!

    And when I look down, everything appears to be tilted. Counters, floors, etc. My optometrist said I would get used to it that it takes some adjustment. I don't know about this guys.
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    Hang in there MRD. It took me a few days to get used to mine. I have progressive bi-focals, and I've had them for several years, but I still remember how hard it was to get used to them. I called it the "floating floor syndrome". And if I remember right, I had headaches too. I'd say to give them a few days and wear them as much as you can. If it doesn't get better, then go back and have them checked because there could be a problem with the lenses. Good luck.
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