Yesterday morning, March 11, 2013

Went to the store with Aidan around 11 a.m.  Discovered that the right front passenger window on the Dodge Durango failed again.  It is now down in the door, and the power window motor won’t work.  I had this fixed about six months ago by DNC in San Juan Capistrano, along with the right rear window, and the driver’s window.

About a month ago, I had the driver’s side passenger window fixed by Affordable Auto Repair in Temecula.  That window had fallen down into the door also and the window motor wouldn’t work.

Why do all of my windows on all of my cars fail since Idiot Screwup (his pseudonym) has been around?

My Volkswagen Rabbit two door had the window window wind wing broken out.  The glue just dissolved in it, and it fell out.  Same thing happened in my next volkswagen rabbit, the 4 door gold one.  Exactly the same thing, only on the other side.

Since I’ve had the Durango, every single window has failed.  I’ve had to drive around with windows that would not go up.  This did not happen when my mom owned the vehicle.

Now, the fixed window has failed.

I have no doubt that it is Idiot Evil Screwup.

Tonight, March 12, 2013, at 12.39 a.m., Scarlet neighed.  She only neighs when she sees people in the yard.

Then, Gronkle our Jack Russel terrier barked about 5 minutes later.  He’s the watch dog of the family.

I have decided to faithfully record all incidences, since I couldn’t be sicker of being stalked.


About a year ago, the Durango had wires cut underneath it.  They were visible to both my and Aidan when we walked out to get in the car.  Bruce happened to be here, and I asked him what he thought they were.  He said they didn’t seem important, and got under the car and taped them up.

Well, it turned out they were important.  They went to the thermostat.  This caused the engine to overheat, and a blown head gasket which cost me $5000 to fix that I do not have to fix a car I just had bought from mom’s estate.

Then another huge amount of money to fix the radiator a month after the engine was fixed.  Not related, according to DNC repair shop in San Juan Capistrano.  Yeah, right.


In addition, the car has an expensive sound system that my mom put in it.  It no longer works, mysteriously, and neither does the radio either.


Did I mention, Idiot Evil Screwup is a mechanic, btw.

I’m going to try to stick to current incidents.  Because, I would be here, non stop, for a month if I tried to write down all of the things that he has done to date, since I was 22 years old.