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Creation Date: July 7th, 2007 01:39 AM
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In Moot Member Blogs How MWM Indirectly Helped Me Get A Car Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #6 New October 16th, 2007 12:17 AM
OK, I've got weekends off now. Yea!

However, my car fell apart, literally. So I had to buy a new one. Yet after some four days of shopping around and six hours of wrangling with the dealership, I had encountered a stumbling block. The bank could not approve my loan without some evidence of my residence, all they needed was an envelope from a letter with my address on it. The problem is that I usually throw away my mail after reading it. Except for a thank you for Marc's birthday wishes that I have kept. So using that as evidence of my residence, the Baron appointment has not only given me a fief on a world, but a car to drive on this one as well. Thank You Marc Miller!

And now, since I'm at work, I have to get back to business. I came to work tonight and found out that one of the buildings burned down over the weekend. Oh, and the cops think it was arson.
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#4 October 16th, 2007 02:13 PM
jfetters Says:
Awesome about the car! And even cooler about the weekends off! I remember back in the day I had to work weekends and holidays. Total suckage.
#3 October 16th, 2007 03:20 AM
The car is a 2002 Toyota Camry LE, and I feel like a member of the mafia driving it (so, yes, it is Baronial). The banker didn't even look at the return address and I was hoping that he would.
#2 October 16th, 2007 01:04 AM
far-trader Says:
Of course I'm curious what kind of ride you have now? Is it worthy of a Baron of the Imperium?
#1 October 16th, 2007 01:03 AM
far-trader Says:
That's pretty cool (the first part, about the car and letter) Did the person check out the return address
 


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