I kind of wonder about those connoisseurs, especially about wine and cigars. Their senses must be really heightened. Honestly, I can only smell good food, but the difference between wines and cigars…I would not know.
I read about wines, the kinds of grapes used, the manner which they are aged, how old they are and all these sound foreign to me. But when I learned that there are wins that go with different kinds of foods, my mind is boggled. What? How many wines do I have to try before I know which ones go with what food.
As for cigars, I would think that anything you light up and creates smoke is a cigar. But no, there are cigar rankings because there are good grade cigars made of high quality tobacco and there are those that are so-so. Thankfully, I am not into wine and cigars because that would really complicate further my already complicated life. Hehe…
I have so much stuff already, especially regarding work, that I need to make my filing more efficient. Just last time, I opened my drawer and it is just full of cables, printouts, fliers, brochures, manuals, and CDs of installers like antivirus, scanner software, and mobile phone programming.
There is just a lot of them because every time we buy a new gadget or equipment, it comes with a bulky box with lots of reading materials, a warranty card, cables, attachments, and a CD software. So I need to file them and organize them in such a way that whenever I would need them, they would come in handy. Like for example, if I will reformat my computer, I would definitely need my installers so that I can get back to working again.
Sigh, anyone who wants to volunteer to fix up my space? Hehe Because no matter what I do, I couldn’t seem to keep up with the organizing thing. There is just so much to organize!
The cousin of my friend was caught in a real bad situation at a bad time several months ago. And up until now, the problem has no closure.
It happened on one late, rather drizzling night along a major thoroughfare in our city. But since it is already late at night, there were not a lot of cars passing by. The cousin was driving slowly with his wife on the passenger seat, as they were on their way home from a dinner party that involved no drinks.
While they were cruising, suddenly another car rammed their car on the side. The driver admitted fault, but somehow, during the filing of the blotter, it was made to appear that it was the cousin who was at fault and not the other driver. Now the insurance company is harassing them.
The cousin feels bad that he was the victim, now he is being made to pay a big amount of money, and then he was being harassed by the insurance company. He feels really bad. But he said, next time, I will really get a comprehensive insurance, like those offered by the California car insurance, so that it will be the company who will shoulder expenses.