ok guys, its officially for sale. 2003 Silver Toyota Highlander V6 Most of you have seen it/ridden in it, just like in Maurice. It's a good car, so I want to give all 3 of you readers and people you know a chance for it before I sell to carmax or a dealership. Its too big for me, so I have something else on order. It's a surprise for now, though.
Whoever helps me sell this will get a ride in the new car (trust me, it'll be worth it), and a good meal with lots of nutrients.
Sub Model: V6 FWD
Miles: 93 K
Number of Seats: 5
$11,499 Feel free to get together to get a feel for it anytime, to see if it is a good fit for you.
Silver, Alloy wheels, tinted windows, roof rack, front pilot seats I get up to 20-21 MPG city, and roughly 25 or more hwy. It just had a major dealer service done at 85K. I installed a discreet audio jack so you can plug in any audio device (ipod, laptop, etc) and itll play through the factory stereo and speakers. I'll leave that in for you guys. Also it is prewired for a subwoofer. I'll include the 12" sub for you guys too. You guys know that I always keep my cars SUPER clean, and maintenance is never an issue.
Let me know if you have any other questions. THANKS!
For Sale: $0 for my peeps: white chandelier ceiling fixture w/ 5 bulbs we finally finished remodelling the nook and won't be needing it anymore. FREE to any of you guys reading this! I'll even throw in the 5 bulbs that this uses! (sorry for the blurriness, I took these with my phone)
Like HAM, I've decided to start a review blog. Itll keep me writing, and the stuff I'd review might actually be pertinent to some of you guys (since no one really comments anymore). It wont just be about food/restaurant experiences, it'll also have gadgets, services, DIYDS (do it yo' dayam self), etc. What I need from you guys is suggestions for a title for this. Winner will receive a mystery prize and a mention in the inaugural posting of said blog. You should know how to get a hold of me, so suggest away!
Since my last post was about revisiting the past, i'll go with it again. this past weekend i went back even further and had dimsum with the really old-school peeps, from my humble beginnings at aphio. The section chair (ray), one of my pledge parents (kevin), pledge sister (sharon), iota class (amanda and mct), and kappa kiddie/old roomate at THE apt (danny) were there. Super-duper awesome seeing them again, and doing some catch-up. Everyone looks the same, gotta love the asian genes (especially danny's). How far will i go back next? Stay tuned haha.
I went to see some of my old Stamps people today. Just like old times hanging out at the CoffeeBean at lunch, awesome. Its good to hear how life sucks there since I left, and nothing gets done. People who previously didn't like me now wish I didn't leave. I am now loved and talked about like I'm a god. Ok, maybe not so much but life sucks there since I left, and that's sort of a good feeling. It's good that the new guy with the actual "manager" title doesn't do half the stuff I do, and none of it correctly. It's good that more and more people are quitting; good people who got a swift kick in the ass after I left. Yes, I was that good. I'm glad I've moved on with that part of my life. Venturing into big pond/small fish territory is definitely a change. It's nice to check out the rear-view mirror of life once in a while, and smile at the things that havent killed you yet. Its because of those things that you are where you are now, after all.