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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-31 23:26:05
ID: 63074
In response to a confession. Perfect example of check kiting, which is fraud. Even if you mail a check on a Tuesday, knowing there won't be enough money to cover it until payday on Friday, it's a type of fraud called "playing the float."
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-31 19:51:08
ID: 63071
Okay so when you write a check and mail it in to pay your bill.... if you don't have money in your account to actually COVER that check.... then the thing is... you didn't actually *pay* that bill. You blithering idiot.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-31 19:00:14
ID: 63070
In response to a confession. Thank you for weighing in. Yeah, I think that is the right decision, as much as I don't want to admit it. I talked to DH last night, and asked him what he would do. He said he didn't want to say it, because he really doesn't want to be a cat owner again, but he said if it was his decision he would take them on (although he hoped that I wouldn't take them). So, we are going to do it. Unless we find them an awesome home in the next few days! But we have been trying to get them a home for two weeks, and nothing has happened so far. Damn, I REALLY don't want animals. <sigh> Well, off to cat-proof the house, and looking into cat sitters for our upcoming travel.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-31 02:38:05
ID: 63067
I had a dog for almost 7 years, adopted him when he was 2. I was so depressed before I got him. He helped me so much and kind of gave me a purpose. I loved him so much. Another dog ended up attacking him, after that he became aggressive. He snapped at my child and other kids, snapped at me and friends. I thought we could train him to stop, but then he bit one of my childs friends. It wasn't hard, didn't even break the skin, but in time he could gradually get worse. I had to get rid of him before he injured someone.I took him to a shelter and explained everything. I still miss him so much, I miss how loving he used to be. I wonder if they put him down or if they were able to find him help for a new home. He'd be 14 if he's still alive.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-30 18:58:35
ID: 63063
Most recent text message: "One of us needs to get a white dog and name it Brian."
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-30 01:32:15
ID: 63058
In response to a confession. That's a hard one. Sorry for your loss. I personally would probably keep the cats or otherwise I'd always feel guilty wondering what happened to them. Especially knowing my sister wanted me to keep them. That's just me personally though.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-30 00:03:10
ID: 63057
I grew up with cats, so when I was 25 I adopted two of my own. A few years in, I realized that while I like cats (and dogs), I the amount of responsibility that goes into ownership isn't worth it. Because I loved my cats, I gave them a wonderful life until they died of old age 5 years ago. But with all the sadness that goes with them passing, I felt a bit of relief too. And now, I'm facing a really difficult decision. My sister died suddenly a few weeks ago, and her two indoor only cats need a home. I tried to find them one, but they aren't young or particularly cute and they are extremely skittish (not even a little friendly). So now, knowing my sister's final wish would have been for me to take her cats, I have have to decide if they go to a no-kill shelter (which won't guarantee against euthanasia), or if I am going to spend my next 5-10 years being a cat owner again. If you were me, what would you do?
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-29 14:44:17
ID: 63048
I've had to report two doctors. Once, in my early 20s, I just suddenly started vomiting all the time. My dr insisted it was gastritis and wouldn't do further tests. I KNEW it wasn't that. Sitting in the exam room, I said in a voice loud enough for the waiting room to hear, "It is NOT gastritis, and if you do not do further tests on me, I will report you to the Medical Board!" After further testing, it turned out to be GERD. I switched doctors after that, but years later, I fainted at work and was sent home. It was a weekend, so I had to see the on-call dr. He asked if I could be pregnant, and I said yes. He reprimanded me for having unprotected sex, and I let him know I'd been in a committed relationship for almost 3 yrs. He dx me with abdominal strain. A month later I found out I was 2 months pregnant. (I hadn't had the usual symptoms.)
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-29 06:50:08
ID: 63047
In response to a confession. Good for you! It IS a big deal! Same thing happened to my daughter when she was having side pain. Doc told her that happens to women when they are having their period. She wasn’t having her period. We did same thing and called insurance to tell them don’t pay! Fuck that. If it’s not insurance companies screwing us, it’s the damn doctors. So sometimes a small win is good!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-28 21:02:07
ID: 63046
In response to a confession. I called my insurance provider today about the rude doctor. All I asked was that they not pay an exorbitant amount for the visit. They kept me on the phone for 58 minutes, and ended up filing a Quality of Care Complaint with the practice! I told them that I didn't want anyone to get in trouble; just wanted the insurance not to pay for something I didn't get. It looks like Blue Cross is making a BIG deal of this, and even offered to find me a reputable cardiologist!
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