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  1. I worked at a tmobile retailer for a few years. Accident or otherwise and regardless of legalities they will do there damnedest to make you pay for that Iphone if its not returned. As that other user said. Double check your bill.

  2. I checked my bill immediately and the only thing that showed up as a charge was the original google pixel. I'd have to take the Iphone in the store to set it up. I"d like to keep the Iphone but I don't want to get charged for it over this whole thing. Its honestly extremely inconvenient. I would have been happy with the Pixel.

  3. For them to make you pay for it you would of paid taxes for it and had an agreement signed, their loss.

  4. I'm looking for one here in Knoxville as well. Let me know if you find anything please.

  5. I'd love to check out your selection if I could

  6. Thank you! She's spotted like a brown cow

  7. Hey, I'd like to visit. Are you still open?

  8. Ya. Can't open that can of worms again.

  9. The Witcher ending with ciri gave me chills. Easily the best ending in my opinion

  10. When I play NG+ later down the line I'll go for that option but I'm looking for a new game possibly

  11. Finally someone noticed the satchel lol

  12. Can I ask (generally) where you're from? This looks identical to a bar in my town and I just wanna know if I need to avoid it from now on 👀

  13. I have the white whirlpool bath you can have if you want

  14. That'd be awesome! Is there anything you need?

  15. I'm down. I have 5 pearls I don't want

  16. Hol up. Okay, that's interesting. Love this

  17. You look like the Garbage pail cousin of Andy samberb.

  18. This is amazing! I love the wood and tub tiles!

  19. You got those sheets at target right?

  20. Gratzies on your first week! Keep up the good work.

  21. Thank you. I appreciate the vibes

  22. Some me just like to watch the world burn.

  23. After 10 years of heavy drinking, here's what finally helped me (M(33)) break away from that vicious cycle. I haven't actually read the book, but Annie Grace's "This Naked Mind" is an essential read. How can I say that if I haven't read it yet? Well I found out about it through the book's companion podcast of the same name, hosted by Annie Grace.

  24. I went to reddit instead of picking up a drink last night and im so happy I did. Thank you for sharing. It's just nice to talk about it and hear people's stories and perspective I guess. It's silly, but you feel so alone sometimes even if you have loved ones. I have a lot of work but I'm definitely more inspired than yesterday. I never thought I'd be a one day at a time person... But today's better and that's what matters

  25. There's no one way to quit/get your drinking under control. I (M 36) have been sober for about a year and a half now (since 6/19/19). Before I kicked the booze, I kicked the cocaine. After I kicked the booze, I kicked the cigarettes. All three within about 5 months.

  26. Thank you for sharing. These posts really helped me last night.

  27. It's quite insidious. You get so mind fucked into believing it relieves anxiety and cures insomnia while all the time it really exacerbates those things but it's so slow in taking your brain and shrinking your life that by the time you "get it" and think you should "cut back" and drink like a "normal person" it's very hard to re-learn how to really be happy. Usually your world has sunk to drinking alone and being disconnected from all the things you used to love but you still think you need it and deserve it. Normal drinkers never have to try to control their drinking. The just do. That was an awesome post and I agree and recommend all of those books to anyone. I truly believe I gave myself anxiety and PD from bingineg every day from 17-24 yo. it took 25 progressively worse years to see the light and for 15-20 of those I knew I drank too much but no one ever told me it was actually making my PD 1000% worse. I even cut back to weekends only and that was apparently too much. 0 is much easier. IWNDWYT

  28. Tbh I'm struggling with this really hard right now... I'm a bartender trying to quite and it's the hardest thing I've ever done. When you see it everyday and hear the same excuses, it makes it all to easy to justify reasons to drink. Weither it's stress, work or the life style. I always fall. I've recently started drinking again and I feel worse than ever emotionally. So today I stop. Again.

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