Always choose poorly

And you, too, can have problems like Eric here:

Hi, My name is Eric S. My issue is that my license is blocked in Louisiana. It had an insurance lapse. The car was eventually repossesed. Ive never got an official notice of the selling date. I relocate to Oregon due to a hurricane. Fast forward 2 years my license is expiring and I cant renew it because of a license block. It cant be renewed unless I pay 595$ to Louisiana dmv and also I have to provide that it was sold. The car company claims it has no records as they were sold to a collector. The collectors never answer and also took the charge off my credit score. I just want my license.

Lucky for him Oregon didn’t bust him after his “evacuation” exceeded a couple months or so.


  1. McGehee »

    31 October 2018 · 10:54 am

    After reading that excerpt, I need to call the waiter over. I ordered a house salad, not a word salad.

  2. fillyjonk »

    31 October 2018 · 12:31 pm

    I’m glad it’s not just me. Several times this past month I’ve read something and wondered if I’ve developed a sudden cognitive impairment.

  3. McGehee »

    31 October 2018 · 2:27 pm

    Are people simply not taught anymore how to organize their thoughts in order to communicate them? If not, I’m very, very disappointed in Twitter.

  4. fillyjonk »

    1 November 2018 · 3:53 pm

    Based on some of my students’ papers, no, they are not. Or people just write things in such an all-fired hurry they don’t bother to think that other people might not be able to trace their convoluted thought-path.

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