It looks like the little seatbelt problem that I've been having (namely that the buckle part has somehow come unhooked and only remains in place becaise it's connected to the wire that makes the "fasten seatbelt" light and beep go on) isn't covered under Honda's "seatbelts guaranteed for the lifetime of the car" policy. Apparently, that guarantee is only good for "normal wear and tear," whereas according to them, the only way my buckle could have come undone would have been if "someone" had been messing around with it. So, I innocently ask them how someone could have undone it, since they have to take the bloody seat out to fix it. And, of course, I'm told that the only way it could have been taken off is if someone had taken the seat out, which, I would have known if someone had done, y'know?
Ain't technology grand?
So here I am, at David McDavid Honda (seriously, that appears to be his name), waiting to get my seatbelt fixed. They said it would take an hour; I think I've been here at least two. Anyway, they have these Internet terminals set up for customers to use. So I'm actually logging an entry from the waiting room of an auto service center. How cool is that?
Other than that, I really have nothing to say. The packing is mostly done, and I got very little sleep this weekend between packing up my office till 1:30 Friday morning, and packing straight through from 9 pm Friday night till noon or so on Saturday (I napped on Friday from 7-9). I'm tired, and just ready to be there and moved in. I don't particularly like moving, and am not looking forward to doing it again in a year.