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Inheriting debt by Archie Faddlekeck - Fri, 23 Oct 2015 19:53:16 EST ID:PXX+FIZZ No.44733 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My grandmother was just diagnosed with breast cancer. We were talking about whether or not she'll be able to afford treatment (United States of course) and she was talking about just charging it to her credit cards. If she dies with a bunch of debt, of any sort, would her family be responsible for any of it? No one has agreed to be a guarantor of her credit cards or anything of course, but I don't know if they would take her house or car or anything to pay for it. I feel gross just thinking about this but it's something that would be good to know.
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Polly Hannermadging - Fri, 23 Oct 2015 23:57:14 EST ID:tYt6b7kp No.44736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44734
what happens if she sells everything and lives in poverty?

could you transfer ownership prior to treatment to avoid confiscation?
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Ebenezer Surringduck - Sat, 24 Oct 2015 00:17:05 EST ID:OW4kvSPK No.44738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44736
There are a handful of ways for most people to protect assets, yes.
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Samuel Punninghall - Sat, 24 Oct 2015 00:26:01 EST ID:ZwixIBj1 No.44739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44738

Like what?
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Cedric Gomblebine - Sat, 24 Oct 2015 04:41:01 EST ID:o3ZWsAtU No.44740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44739
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=How+do+I+protect+my+assets%3F
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Alice Parringfuck - Sun, 25 Oct 2015 13:54:51 EST ID:ZwixIBj1 No.44751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44740

Yes I can use google; I'm posing on the law board in case there's anything useful someone with specialized knowledge can tell me that I won't find in five seconds on google. Witty post though.


Help with Potential Medical Negligence by Hedda Tillingbanks - Thu, 19 Feb 2015 21:53:39 EST ID:vPiEkrFv No.43932 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need legal help.

Back in the beginning of January, I was experiencing abdominal pains on my lower right side just above my hip.

Gradually, over 3 days, the pain grew worse and more unbearable. I went to my doctor, and his immediate concern was appendicitis. He had a little poke around my belly to come to this conclusion.

He referred me immediately to the hospital, and he wrote me a note that was meant to 'get me straight in'. I got to the hospital and had to wait seven hours and two different doctors prodding my belly before being put in a room for the night where they told me I wouldn't have my surgery until the morning.

Drugged up through the night, I awoke to the surgical team looking at me and discussing procedural jargon. They took me to the prep room for anasthaesia, and I was put under promptly. Surgery 'went without a hitch' they said.

I was out the next day and trying to get back on my feet with no resistance from the hospital staff other than being unable to find any of my fucking paperwork. I was told 2 weeks to recover would be plenty.

It's now been almost 8 weeks, and not only am I getting the same pains that I went to the hospital for in my lower right abdomen, but I'm also getting pains and 'cramps' from the entry point of the surgery (keyhole surgery).

I haven't been able to be on my feet for more than two or three hours at a time, and as such, I haven't been able to get to work. I'm still not fully healed, but I'm going to try to go to work today. I should also mention that my digestive system has been royally FUCKED since the operation.
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Best internet user ever - Fri, 20 Feb 2015 03:20:34 EST ID:EtLkpaG1 No.43940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
fucking sue those pricks. Fuck the healthcare system. The healthcare system is a fucking joke. Those guys treat people less than human.
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!7NffU3G94s - Tue, 20 Oct 2015 06:22:32 EST ID:2xQZVLyi No.44710 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43940
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!09SquFN9wU - Tue, 20 Oct 2015 06:24:06 EST ID:2xQZVLyi No.44711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44710
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!QkRJTXcpFI - Tue, 20 Oct 2015 06:25:21 EST ID:2xQZVLyi No.44712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
soupy diapers
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Graham Gockletetch - Tue, 20 Oct 2015 13:40:45 EST ID:7QMt53h8 No.44713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hates going to shit ona culture because of the h8

keepit1.0


Oregon pot tourism by Edward Shittingson - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 02:23:02 EST ID:3H4xvYpI No.44691 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am a canadian visiting oregon for the fourth time at the end of november. Will I be able to legally buy pot as I am of legal age to buy booze?
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Faggy Brookgold - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 05:22:40 EST ID:qSw4baCn No.44692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Short answer yes. Some areas have the right to block the (semi) open sale (counties that voted against legalization) of marijuana, but you will be able to find it in the metropolitan areas. You can go into (most) medical dispensaries, but you can only purchase bud, no concentrates or other goodies, and generally at a marked up price. No public consumption (technically this includes infused food products as well) and federal areas (national forests/parks, airport, etc.) are still off limits. Sorry if I'm missing anything.
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dankweed.com - Fri, 09 Oct 2015 16:03:00 EST ID:RtxbCEhz No.44695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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one day you can buy pot products online my friend. you can find the best weed in the world shipped direct to you without travel or hassle!
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Betsy Fuddledeg - Sun, 18 Oct 2015 03:21:19 EST ID:vLzGr6f+ No.44705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>44695

...I want to murder everyone standing between this future world and me.


Public Records by Jack Nonderchock - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 20:19:18 EST ID:B3LnPQOm No.44690 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My state has a website I can go to to look up public records, but I know PI's and police officers have a more comprehensive way of looking these up.

Does anybody know how to access public records, or reverse plate lookups?
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Henry Pittspear - Sun, 11 Oct 2015 17:26:23 EST ID:teF86ik+ No.44698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes
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Albert Greenhood - Sun, 11 Oct 2015 19:49:23 EST ID:Po2KER5I No.44699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>44690
l2Google

You pay a subscription fee to access certain databases. For example, these guys want 65 Canadabucks per year.
http://www.cpirc.com/resource-center/

https://www.tlo.com/private-investigators/

Not all databases share the same quality and the better ones tend to screen subscribers based on qualifications.
https://www.quora.com/What-databases-do-private-investigators-have-access-to-that-members-of-the-public-dont
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Jack Niggerbury - Tue, 13 Oct 2015 02:38:01 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44690
information is money,

it is all there for free, or restricted. Tread lightly.


Probability of being extradited? by Ernest Crerryman - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 18:39:10 EST ID:USqnd38K No.44609 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Recently I was caught in Colorado with a few illegals, and I wanted to see if anyone could shed some light on whether or not I could be extradited from Texas for the crimes committed in Colorado. (Austin, Texas specifically)

I am being charged with:
  • Possession of a stolen firearm
  • 19 Counts of Schedule 1 Substances (MOSTLY personal, but there were a few counts that could be considered a higher amount other than personal use - but I was only charged with possession)
  • DUI
  • No Insurance
  • No License (on person)

  • If I don't do anything other than stay in Texas, what will happen?
  • What's the likelyhood of even being arrested in Texas for the warrant in Colorado?
  • What is the likelyhood of of being extradited in Texas if I were to be arrested in Texas for having warrants in Colorado?

  • Would using my brothers ID be a bad idea to get around having to tell police my real name on the off-chance of having to identify myself? Obviously it would add on charges if I were to be caught... BUT, my brother DOES look like my and he's only 3 years younger than me and lives in a nearby city. So knowing that he is around the same age and looks alot like me, what are the chances the cops would call my bluff?
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Basil Blomblehall - Sat, 12 Sep 2015 09:15:37 EST ID:uLJPOHRz No.44630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44627
You can be charged with all of them, it's likely they will have to merge however. The basic way to think of it is if the essential facts that have to be proven for the individual charges are the same they are merged as a matter of law.
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Edwin Sedgefidge - Sun, 20 Sep 2015 20:07:03 EST ID:04wOWr1G No.44656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44609
>>19 Counts of Schedule 1 Substances

how stupid are you?
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Sidney Commerdale - Fri, 25 Sep 2015 03:02:54 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44656
sounds great on paper
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Cornelius Honeybury - Fri, 09 Oct 2015 03:52:18 EST ID:1VqtoUXS No.44693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Like 3 out of those charges are federal charges, you're beyond fucked.
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Jack Niggerbury - Tue, 13 Oct 2015 02:25:53 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Too little information.

The sand dunes may make things difficult.


free Aaron Hernandez by rhhsjdkhas - Fri, 09 Oct 2015 15:46:11 EST ID:RtxbCEhz No.44694 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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let the man play


Was too trusting of a criminal and now I got burned by Fuck Gackleforth - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 19:30:40 EST ID:Y5DhaUYe No.44686 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey, guys. I really, really fucked up.

I live in Suffolk County, New York. I had a friend, let's call him M. I've known him since High School. He had always been there to help me out with shit, whether it was financially or helping me move my shit to a different apartment, or giving me a ride . . etc etc. Just overall good friend stuff.

About four months ago, I trusted him too much. I gave him my SSN because he didn't have enough money to buy an engagement ring (he had gotten himself into a real bad auto wreck. I saw damage first hand so it wasn't a lie) and he had to pay for the repairs because he wasn't an insured driver (he lost control of the car he was borrowing from his brother because HIS car was fucked up). Whatever, I was drinking at the time he had asked me, so for the ring, although it sounded strange to me, I gave him my SSN.

Please, I know how fucking retarded it was, I know I'm a goddamn idiot for trusting somebody I thought I considered an older brother because we've been friends for years. I'm at my wit's end. I feel like such a fucking fool for this, I want to jump off a goddamn bridge. I know it'll probably be difficult to refrain from doing it, but please, don't go on about how stupid I am because I'm 100% aware of it already.

So, he buys two rings, not one. I had no idea (at the time) that a line of credit would be opened, I thought it was like a co-signer kind of thing. I don't know much about credit at all because I pay for everything out of pocket — my car bills, my student tuition, so on and so forth. I abhor the idea of loans/credit. Not only that, but about two weeks later, he buys about FOUR FUCKING other rings. Wait, there's more: about two weeks after the time that I had given him my SSN, somebody starts opening a bunch of lines of credit from various credit companies and banks under my name.

Other than Kay Jeweler's, everything is closed out. The only thing I have to worry about is Kay Jeweler's. But they don't want to work with me. The fraud department doesn't believe that I didn't buy the other rings because I signed for the first two (I thought he had bought one, and signed for the package because it was delivered to my house. Didn't open it because I trusted him. Once again, my fault.), and their piss-poor records show that my name is "associated" with M's address. They tell me that the police has to continue with this investigation.

Fine. I go to the police station, and they tell me I need to go to a civil court because I had initially given him my SSN. The desk officer not only told me that I'm committing fraud myself because he says "from the views of the police department" I gave him authority to open up EVERY line of credit and that I'd close it so I don't have to pay, but they aren't going to investigate the 3+ non-Kay Jeweler's accounts opened because they think I'm conspiring with M.

Now, here's the thing: I have written proof, a facebook chatlog, that he didn't tell me a line of credit was going to be opened up. I also have, in that same chat log, him admitting that he bought more rings without my authorization.
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Jenny Gingerpotch - Sun, 04 Oct 2015 06:11:23 EST ID:Wcwtde1m No.44688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
wire fraud
theft by deception
breach of trust
Those are all very real crimes. Very real crimes that M has committed against you. Your police department is a bunch of assholes, or you just didn't explain properly to them. You're going to have to get a lawyer.
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George Chunkinway - Sun, 04 Oct 2015 09:27:34 EST ID:5ZvIiH55 No.44689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
call one of those credit card companies that lock down your credit, ya know the places that yo u get sent when a comapny gets hacked.


Thinking about going to law school by Basil Pagglefot - Sun, 27 Sep 2015 08:35:27 EST ID:DTRF8mUI No.44670 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I grew up in a really small conservative town.

My entire life, they have been trying to change this racist school mascot. When I was in highschool, there was 1 native american student. He got fucked with so hard that he filed a lawsuit against the school (obviously with the help of many lawyers and different groups)

Also, there was a girl who got raped by a football player in my town, and there was over 500 people on a facebook group that were in support of him, with people calling the girl a filthy whore and shit.

In my state theres been a complete conservative takeover of politics and its completely destroying our state. Money is being taken away from the education system left and right. There is a very clear war on the average working class person and the media spins nothing but hateful ass bias that just creates social issues and segregation.

I am completely ashamed of where I'm from and I'm completely ashamed how everyone here is just a drunk ass slob who listens to whatever they hear in the media. People my age are against themselves demanding equal rights in the workplace. Its really sick and sad and I see us going nowhere fast.

So I've been thinking about going to law school. I see all of this shit and it makes me think that one day I could be a positive change in tearing all of this shit down and cleaning up my old neighborhood and the surrounding communities, which are all torn apart by racism and division which is very obviously purposely created by lawmakers and politicians as a profit system. Sometimes I picture myself with a high profile career.

I know almost nothing about law though. I was in debate in highschool but thats obviously nothing near anything I would be dealing with. I have no credits in school. I've basically just been partying for the past 5 years and have started to rebuild my life over the past couple years.

I understand that law school is very expensive and very difficult, and I want to make sure this is something I'm going to actually dedicate my life to. If I did this I would like to be very serious about this and have a high profile career.
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Jack Fobbleman - Sun, 27 Sep 2015 17:04:14 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.44672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Public interest jobs like the ones you're describing are pretty much limited to graduates of the very best law schools and they don't pay super well.

If you want to do this you better have a near perfect undergrad gpa, can get a nearly perfect lsat score and a background of doing exceptional things in public interest. Because you need to go to Harvard or Yale and on a huge scholarship.

The problem is most people go to school thinking that they can go to a shitty school and being a special snowflake will be enough, and it's not.

Or you can actually go to Harvard or Yale for free, but end up working for a faceless mega firm anyways because it's hard to turn down that money.

I would probably suggest not going if I was in your shoes, you're idealistic and this is a career field for pessimists.
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David Blommlebury - Wed, 30 Sep 2015 02:11:20 EST ID:G50fuEF+ No.44675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>Public interest jobs like the ones you're describing are pretty much limited to graduates of the very best law schools and they don't pay super well.

The fuck are you talking about? Basil could certainly "be a positive change in tearing all of this shit down and cleaning up my old neighborhood" as a public defender or state prosecutor. M. Pagglefot doesn't have to be Mr. Skadden Fellow working for the SPLC to do that. And while (s)he wont get a yacht doing that kind of work, it doesn't exactly sound like the brother is on the straight shot to career success doin what they're doin now.

Kid -- just go back to undergrad, major in a field you have some talent in, and get the best fucking grades you possibly can. You can figure out the rest along the way, but that's where to start. Get your shit in order before you launch yourself on something like this.

If you want to find out about the field, consider trying to arrange some informational interviews -- i.e., just meet for fucking coffee or a beer -- with some actual attorneys. Shake your social network and a few will fall out. Given your interests, maybe reach out to public defenders and state prosecutors and just talk to them about what they do for a living, see if it interests you, and take it from there.
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Fuck Gackleforth - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 19:42:48 EST ID:Y5DhaUYe No.44687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44670

Funny, I'm a strong "social Conservative", label myself a traditionalist . . .

. . . yet every single time I've ever been in the South for more than two weeks I wanted to fucking kill myself.

I'm sorry you have to deal with this shit, OP. When I moved to Europe, I saw what Conservatism/Traditionalism REALLY was.

Go for it, my dude. I just want to say one thing, though . . .

>which are all torn apart by racism and division which is very obviously purposely created by lawmakers and politicians as a profit system.

People do this to themselves. Trust me, no politricks is required whatsoever.

Do what Blommlebury (lol) says. Undergrad, get damn near a 4.0, eat, sleep, breath law, and MAYBE you'll have your high profile career after being in the field for 10+ years . . . if you don't burn yourself out by then.
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Odd Job by Hedda Codgeville - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 20:55:51 EST ID:GjL6YZIr No.44680 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I was looking for some side work to make some quick cash on a classified ad site. I made an ad saying I'd do almost anything if you paid me well enough. I got a call from this one guy and he wants me to stand on his head and smash one of his testicles for $1000. I am going to prepare a waiver he will have to sign saying this was all done by his choice and that I am no way responsible or liable for anything that will happen. Is there anyway I can get in legal trouble for providing this service to him?
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Fanny Pupperspear - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 03:22:31 EST ID:DQoKVeDG No.44682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It would depend on local laws, but that would be considered grievous bodily harm and that's often considered a crime with or without consent.
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Hamilton Grimspear - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 08:58:10 EST ID:JivSdCY6 No.44683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44680
Giving someone permission to harm you does not exempt them from assault charges. Imagine the beginning of a bar room fight where one idiot taunts the other with, "Come on, hit me! First punch is free!" Are the police going to show up and say, "Oh, wait. You gave him permission to hit you? Sorry, nothing we do here."

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-debate/the-ghomeshi-question-the-law-and-consent/article21315629/

>>But, when it comes to BDSM – or at least its more intense versions – the law doesn’t actually care about consent. The Supreme Court has said that a person cannot consent to an assault that causes bodily harm. While the cases have typically arisen in the context of bar room brawls or hockey violence, other courts have applied the same reasoning to the sexual context. So, if a sexual activity causes bodily harm, a person cannot consent to it.
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Cedric Wunkinmore - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 10:02:30 EST ID:WR6tSski No.44684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Are the police going to show up and say, "Oh, wait. You gave him permission to hit you? Sorry, nothing we do here."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutual_combat
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Esther Fummleforth - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 15:01:14 EST ID:04wOWr1G No.44685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
attempted murder is an harm on the body upwards to the head and neck, if you cause injury to his head and he reports it....you get charged with attempted murder


ex-roommate probably stole my car, help by Albert Pittridge - Thu, 27 Aug 2015 02:35:26 EST ID:rVyoVWMi No.44562 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A drug addict moved in with me a month ago. I moved out a week ago after finding needles and heroin in my bathroom and having sketchy people coming to the apartment all hours of the day. Couldn't get out of lease so I had to move to the apartment one floor up and directly opposite meth head. My best friend and I moved my essential stuff out quietly and quickly and then gave meth head a noncompliance notice. Meth head lost his shit and threatened to assault me.

Fast forward a few days.

I had left some bits and pieces in my old room in the rush to get out and move quickly. Was planning to come back for the junk once I felt safe enough to return or had some other people to help me. I did not realize I had left my spare key for my car in the room (I literally forgot it existed until today).
The other day I saw they had their door open and they were fucking with some things I had left in my room. That was weird.

Today I got back from class, parked my car next to my best friends car (old Chevy Malibu with two missing windows) and went to my new apartment for a couple hours. Came back out to head off to my next class but my car was gone. Looked all over the small parking lot and then checked all other possible parking spots around my complex. Poof, gone. No broken glass anywhere, no other cars disturbed, and nothing was taken from my friends malibu.
I called the police.
They took two hours to arrive. Cop guy told me they were keeping an eye out for my car and it had been added to the international database.. but that was all. Meth head and his crack whore girlfriend left shortly before the police came (crack whore heard me talking to the police in the parking lot) and so the cop told me he couldnt talk to the meth head. He also told me to ask the meth head if he had my key.

Then the cop left.

I've been dealing with progressive clinical depression for years and my recent good moods were really precariously balanced. This shit set me off. I've been losing my shit in every different emotional extreme, it's been weird. I told the meth head's uncle (facebook friend) that he probably stole my car. Uncle told niece, niece told meth head that my car was stolen. Meth head called me 3 times (after not speaking to me since I moved out) and told me he was surprised and that it was a bummer my car was gone.
I later confronted the meth head about the spare keys in a fit of rage and he told me that he just trashed everything in my old room and left my stuff in the dumpster.. and also he never saw a key.
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Fuck Snodwell - Sun, 20 Sep 2015 19:58:35 EST ID:04wOWr1G No.44654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
its either the junky or the meth head.

it's probably the junky in my book. i've done meth before i never stole anything from anyone
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Esther Hindleshit - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 13:05:36 EST ID:5h9JqKIN No.44673 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44651

They are cucking your shit up.
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Betsy Buzzlegold - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19:35:49 EST ID:iI5vaXrz No.44678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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UPDATE UPDATE
Police found my car. Somebody was driving it at like 2 in the morning. Didn't even leave the city. Keys were in the car. No other details so far but the car is with the insurance company right now so they can inspect it.
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Phyllis Driffingpet - Fri, 02 Oct 2015 03:14:37 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44678
Was looking forward to see this. Glad it was somewhat nearby.

Hope things work well. Some folks just lost direction and mess
with others simple lives.
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Walter Shittingville - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 02:25:44 EST ID:FyPcY6k3 No.44681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>44678
noice


Legality of shota and loli around the world by Albert Pockman - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 17:42:14 EST ID:+yXPjztI No.44676 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How come there is zero to nothing to be found about this when it comes to the majority of nations?
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Priscilla Mullerridge - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19:30:56 EST ID:d/bejxTg No.44677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE


special needs trust by Phyllis Nugglehood - Fri, 25 Sep 2015 21:14:07 EST ID:XKnmv749 No.44667 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i have a special needs trust. my mom is the payee. she claims she cannot give me any cash to buy stuff, she has to purchase everything for me. is this true? the trust wording isnt that specific.
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Nicholas Fendlebire - Sat, 26 Sep 2015 19:39:46 EST ID:aph1gKCx No.44668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do you have SSI? Then you can't touch the money without complications.
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Polly Nicklebanks - Sun, 27 Sep 2015 00:58:04 EST ID:OptPdmdA No.44669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44668
ssdi adult child, money is life insurance from father


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