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You (Or Your Spouse) Can Now Track Your Chevy Vehicle In Real Time And Set Up Location Alerts

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Oops, sorry, missed the part you’re in the middle of a divorce.


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Oops, sorry, missed the part you’re in the middle of a divorce.


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No worries dude. Appreciate the positive vibes.

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Tried that kinda thing, no credit given. I had an even bigger grin when she moved out and had to go back to mommy and daddy.

Sad that someone has so little appreciation for what was done for them. No one needs that kind of negativity.

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Live and learn, live and learn. Hope it all works out for you.


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Live and learn, live and learn. Hope it all works out for you.


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It's all gonna be alright.

What I have learned is that you never really know anybody for who they are. Who they are at timestamp A is not who they will be at timestamp B, and there's no way of predicting it.

With that said, I am now permanently on the "lease" program rather than purchasing, if you catch my drift.

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I use a free app called Life360 to do this for my kid. His phone is glued to his hand so i know where he is. 

I know its not the same as this but similar. You can hide your location so your kid cant know where you are if you want that option.

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Life is like a box of wives...….   Ya never know what you're gonna get!  

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