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PaunchyBald
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If a public official says it is the wrong form....
« on: October 21, 2007, 03:20:06 PM »

that generally means you have the wrong piece of paper in your hands.

SWMBO wants to argue though.  She can wear down a  buearocrat nonetheless.  Said beaurocrat agreed to notarize the form, even though it would have had no impact upon the validity of said form.

I'm currently POS because I refused to sign said invalid form.

I hope to be in Des Moines, late Oct early Nov.  Does anyone live close?  Metsfan? Rory/Indacup?
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Re: If a public official says it is the wrong form....
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2007, 03:32:20 PM »

Rory lives just south of Dubuque (Monticello) and I think Metsfan lives not too far from him.

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Re: If a public official says it is the wrong form....
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2007, 03:46:44 PM »

that generally means you have the wrong piece of paper in your hands.

SWMBO wants to argue though.  She can wear down a  buearocrat nonetheless.  Said beaurocrat agreed to notarize the form, even though it would have had no impact upon the validity of said form.

I'm currently POS because I refused to sign said invalid form.

I hope to be in Des Moines, late Oct early Nov.  Does anyone live close?  Metsfan? Rory/Indacup?

Des Moines is a bit too far for quick visit or round of golf for those of us in the MSP area.
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Re: If a public official says it is the wrong form....
« Reply #3 on: October 21, 2007, 04:02:35 PM »

that generally means you have the wrong piece of paper in your hands.

SWMBO wants to argue though.  She can wear down a  buearocrat nonetheless.  Said beaurocrat agreed to notarize the form, even though it would have had no impact upon the validity of said form.

I'm currently POS because I refused to sign said invalid form.

I hope to be in Des Moines, late Oct early Nov.  Does anyone live close?  Metsfan? Rory/Indacup?

Des Moines is a bit too far for quick visit or round of golf for those of us in the MSP area.

Especially for those of us who don't drive.
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Re: If a public official says it is the wrong form....
« Reply #4 on: October 21, 2007, 04:17:24 PM »

that generally means you have the wrong piece of paper in your hands.

SWMBO wants to argue though.  She can wear down a  buearocrat nonetheless.  Said beaurocrat agreed to notarize the form, even though it would have had no impact upon the validity of said form.

I'm currently POS because I refused to sign said invalid form.

I hope to be in Des Moines, late Oct early Nov.  Does anyone live close?  Metsfan? Rory/Indacup?

Des Moines is a bit too far for quick visit or round of golf for those of us in the MSP area.

Ya think?  Hmmmm?   Grin
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Re: If a public official says it is the wrong form....
« Reply #5 on: October 21, 2007, 04:19:19 PM »

Ya think?

Only sometimes.
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