I had to buy a battery-rant/hows ur finances?

Penn

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so- why does walmart check the tire pressure when my order was for a battery?

They closed the closer one so I had to go up the road-they had a seating for 1 1/2. In the draft of the door- and why wont they tell you your car is done when you are looking right at them?

Some man thru a temper tamtroom- that his car was ready 5 hours ago. I thought- ok- they got told- I wont wait. Looking at the clock- I was there an extra 20 minutes- so lets be nice and give them 10- that is still 10 mins.

I ended up buying the better battery- since I think I will have this car a while. It came to $118.

It was a rough day- pestered to borrow a car- jumping this one.

I spent too much cash- there was the ticket- the inspection and now a battery.

Everything is coming up roses I suppose. Our govr wants a 4.7 billion $ tax increase.

Its very frustrating to spend alot of cash- treading water- basically.


How is your finances?
 
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The greed of .gov everywhere is bumming me out too, guys.

My family and I are OK, but the direction our country has been going for a long time is disturbing.


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And it ain't just the USA Penn! Peru's own .gov is pulling crap on us down there as well. Look how easy it is to go after productive yet non-powerful people/companies (here and in Peru). Why is it they don't go after the REAL CRIMINALS? I'll tell you: the Bad Guys have money (for corruption) and are not afraid to KILL, Peru's government understands this only too well....
 
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