Friday, April 11, 2014
This was exactly what the Mothers Against Everything were looking for.
I willfully (NOT) left my job after 11 1/2 years with AT&T.
This would forever limit my income, thus making it difficult if not impossible to recover from the stuff they were throwing at me.
Well my car was one of the things on their list of what they were going to take from me.
It was getting near the end of boating season and I was going to remove my boat from the boat slip I rented.
My brother was going to assist me in this.
Just before leaving, my brother was on the phone with our eldest sister (I assume). He paused the conversion and asked me what route we would be taking.
..."THEY" are not thinking of....
I told my brother what route we would be taking (an unusual route), and he told the person on the phone, I assume to be our eldest sister.
As we approached an empty shopping center parking lot, ahead there was a small compact car waiting to leave.
The car had plenty of time to leave in front of me, but just kept staying there.
I slowed down a bit, but as I got too close to stop, the car pulled out in front of me.
I turned my wheel to avoid the car, but the car kept coming and TURNING INTO ME!!!
I positioned my car to do the least amount of damage possible. Pointing the two cars noses together.
There were four elderly Chinese people in the small car, had I hit them broadside, it could have killed them all.
We ended stopped at the other side of the street, no major injuries.
The people being Chinese is significant in that I think the mind control thing at time worked better on Chinese people.
They all seemed to be in "THE ZONE."
My car was not driveable but seamed easily repairable.
The AAA insurance representative declared my vehicle a "total loss."
I said I wanted it repaired. SORRY! TOTAL LOSS.
The rep got really mad when I insisted on recovering my $2,000 stereo system from the car.
I figure he and his co-conspirators had already had it sold!!!!!
Oh, did I mention that my VOLVO had 108,000 miles on it?
I didn't know that, but THEY DID KNOW THAT.
Because at 100,000 miles they take $5,000 off the amount you can recover from a "total loss!!!"
I was just 8,000 miles over the magic mark! You know they were wanting for this magic moment!!!
I wound up with $1800 for a 5 year old VOLVO that was in like new condition.
An interesting thing happened in the AAA office.
The receptionist referred to me as "A NINER"
My license plate was "009 PGX"
SEE ALSO "BYE BYE BILLY"