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The Autobiography of Russell
Life from a different perspective
zimzat
zimzat
$2076.46
Talk about a way to start your adult life; in debt. Yes, you heard me right, that's how much I owe the hospitals. And we don't have any insurance!

Thought you had heard the last of that little fiasco that happened at the end of November? So did I. But boy, was I wrong. I now have three bills in my name to that amount, and I'm not even allowed to legally sign a contract!

This is sickening and disappointing to a major degree. It was my understanding from the college counsilor and the sheriff department detective that I wouldn't have to pay for that. Heck, I told the detective I wouldn't go volunteerily if my parents would have to pay for it.

I'm 17 and I don't have a job. How do they expect me to pay for that? I'm going to have to file for bankrupcy if I can't get someone to pay for it!

P.S. I made this entry friends only because I don't want the detective or Caleb to possibly see it... yet. Who cares.

Current Mood: pessimistic pessimistic
Current Music: "Look Through My Eyes" by Phil Collins

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From: (Anonymous) Date: January 2nd, 2004 06:24 pm (UTC) (Link)

Caleb Commenting here!

My goodness! I remembered you told me about all that, but gees thats alot of money! I'll talk with you more about it soon Im sure :-)
zimzat From: zimzat Date: January 3rd, 2004 07:25 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: Caleb Commenting here!

Woo! =D

*loves LJ and their comment system*

Anyway, glad to see you're reading. I would comment on your entries but that requires an account and I'm not in a hurry to get one. But if the need to comment strikes enough I'll be getting one.

Talk to you soon.
scixual From: scixual Date: January 2nd, 2004 07:58 pm (UTC) (Link)
Just because they sen a bill doesn't automatically mean you're responsible for it. Call them up and explain. Then they'll tell you someone else to call and explain. Repeat until you're really, really sick of it. Eventually, someone will give you the information you need about how to remove the debt.
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