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Vehicle Registration; Money Matters
Today my vehicle title came back in the mail from the place I bought it from. I had to send it back to them to get signed because one of the two previous owners hadn't signed the title transfer to the place I had bought it from. I went to the title registration place and had them figured up how much it would cost... 271.15$. I didn't have that much. I got back home, told my brother and sister, and my sister managed to pay back 100$ of the amount she owed me.

I now have 10$ in my bank account and 9$ in my wallet. I have two weeks to come up with 125$ for my next cell phone and insurance payments. Fun fun.

Oh, and I'm getting pretty far behind on my contract work. Not good. Not good at all. Here we go again. I'm going to go sit down with my brother and work out some of the implementation details.

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sisyphus238 From: sisyphus238 Date: October 25th, 2006 11:52 pm (UTC) (Link)

Two weeks is and isn't a long time and my guess is that the money will find its way to you one way or another. See yourself past it and make it so.


I always liked Captain Picard

How come you're responsible for the $271.?

It is nice to have some money in the pocket though, isn't it?
zimzat From: zimzat Date: October 26th, 2006 02:57 am (UTC) (Link)
Two weeks is and isn't a long time and my guess is that the money will find its way to you one way or another. See yourself past it and make it so.

:-P

I always liked Captain Picard

Umm... huh? What does that have to do with any of this? o.O

How come you're responsible for the $271.?

That was the cost of title registration and tax. The buyer always has to pay that when they register the car. The tax was was about 175$, and the rest was for a new registration and license plate.

It is nice to have some money in the pocket though, isn't it?

Eh, yeah. It's better than nothing, but I've started to get used to having an amount that can actually be played with rather than conserved (more than twenty dollars in cash and at least fifty dollars in the bank).
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