June 7, 2011
My oldest daughter recently turned 21. The first thing she did was get up early to get her "big girl drivers license". Even though she woke extra early she found a long line ahead of her with many women who just wanted to talk as they waited their turn. Her first observation was that this DMV was fully staffed almost entirely by women with the exception of other personnel and one lone police officer than was in charge of letting those in line enter the building, just like waiting for an amusement park ride. He called himself Officer Happy and wanted everyone in line to be happy (weird I know). It seems the women working at the DMV we on a even keel even when the system went down. It was the women in line who were, shall we say, not in the mood. With this observation I'm concluding two things: my kid is another great source of she stuff (yours might be too) and we gotta put an axe to all those jokes about the unhappy people at the DMV.
She buzz words
She could be a
According to CNN,:
- Air traffic controller Annual income: $102,030
- Storage and distribution manager Annual income: $66,600
- Transportation manager Annual income: $66,600
- Police and detectives supervisor Annual income: $64,430
She could be working at a
- Police station
- Hoagie Shop
- The Gap
Right now she could be
- Paying bills
- Figuring out her weekend schedule
- Downloading college applications
- Filling out a FASFA
"Some apps are just too slow"
She phone starter
What phone app does she use the most?
According to a recent car survey here's a lsit of what women admit to these frequently found items kept in her vehicle:
- Patching Spray for tires
- Magnifying glass
- Strings for grocery bags
- Gardening tools
- Bathing Suit
- Baggie of loose change
what's in her car?
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