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LottomagicZ4941
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Thought some library books were due on the 27th. OOPS they were due on the 7th.

Just got the following notice.

"BILLING NOTICE: If items are still out, please return them. Balance is substantial. If not cleared in 10 days account will o to collection aency with additonal fees. For exact amount, go to . . . .

When did $12 become substancial? Well off to go pay my fine. Hopefully I wan't misinformed about the $12.

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It's just a form letter sent by a computer. You'd have gotten the same letter if it was 12 cents or 12 dollars or 1200 dollars. Laughing

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It's just a form letter sent by a computer. You'd have gotten the same letter if it was 12 cents or 12 dollars or 1200 dollars. Laughing


They don't send letters out if you owe under 10.

They also don't really send you to collections unless you owe over $25.

And the guy wasn't sure if the $25 was correct. He thinks they may have raised it. So perhaps $12 isn't substantial after all.

They had me make the check to COW. City of Westminster.

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Holy cow!! Laughing

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Holy cow!! Laughing


LOL you remind me of another lotto joke.

How come the Holy Ghost wouldn't play the lotto? He didn't think it was fair since he knew all the winning numbers.

I also grabed a few of the 10 cent books. So it came out to less then 45 a book or just a tad over $ 4 a book.

To head colded to do math. Trying to find some daycare options and I'm picking up viruses checking them out.

If my house were more aproprate for it I would consider the daycare licence. The going rate is $35 a kid in my area. Wonder if it is legal to run them unlicenced? Not that I would do that becasue in all honest my house wouldn't qualify for good reasons. Not enough space that isn't broken up by stairs.

I know some daycares are limited to 6 kids because they don't have enough outside space.

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