by Meg

I'm sorry that this column is more about my car than about videogames, but I got screwed in a hit-and-run on Sunday, and it kind of took my mind off my new Sims2 Seasons. (In short, you should go buy it. Sims 2 Seasons, I mean, not a squashed Saturn.)

Clydesdale02.jpgEarly on Sunday morning, Stick and I woke up to the sound of someone banging on our across-the-hall neighbors' door. At least, we assumed it was their door, since we don't have too many friends who make unannounced Sunday-morning visits.

It was actually the police. Late Saturday night, someone hit our parked car (which is kind of unfair because it's so new that the title only arrived the day before). The drivers' side door, and the cute little half-door behind it, is concave now. When our car got hit, it was hit so hard it was pushed into the car parked next to it, so our neighbor's car has a bumper-sized dent.

The officer was really nice to me, which I totally wasn't expecting. Basically, I expect all police officers to show up at parties with noise complaints or pull me over on my way home from late-night study sessions.

I don't know whether we just got a really nice officer, but his vocabulary included the word please. And Ma'am, which was even more surprising. And there's nothing we can do, which was a lot more cop-like. No leads on who hit us, unfortunately. I'm kind of hoping the person who hit the car will come and admit it when they're sober, but Stick says that's not likely.

But that's ok. If I had friends who decided to come visit that early in the morning, then I'd really have a problem.

Meg will have her revenge in Sims 2!!

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Meg, that might have been me. I hit somebody's car last night anyway...

That really sucks.


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