Classic Collision Atlanta #356

Posted on 12. Jul, 2015 by in Classic Collision Atlanta


The sweetest thing happened to me today. Although, it didn’t look like it was going to turn out that way.

I went to the bank to have my Will notarized. Come to find out, that particular bank did not notarize Last Will and Testaments. I was steamed. It was mentioned that I may need to have an attorney perform the service. I am so sick and tired of people suggesting that I obtain Legal Counsel…like its affordable. If I could afford ant attorney, I wouldn’t have had to use an online service…duh! Any who…I became flustered and let the person know that I don’t have a pot to piss in or a window to throw it out of…I am going to divulge some heavy duty stuff, soon, on my website…and I want my ass covered, when I do! I don’t want my beneficiaries to be left with any burden. After watching that movie, yesterday, I totally believe that Manfred might have me killed, soon…and believes that he will not get caught. The person then suggested that I go to a local store to have it notarized.

Good Luck! Signed, sealed and delivered! Whew!

Around lunchtime, I received a voicemail notification….on another phone…and couldn’t understand why my phone didn’t ring. It was on silent. Unfortunately, one of the numbers that had called….as I missed two calls…was from one of the Cobb County Police Department Precincts. As you can imagine…I didn’t know if I was going to go to jail or if maybe the police had decide to investigate something that Manfred’s “Pals” allowed to slip through the cracks.

The police officer called me….because the person at the bank felt as if my life was in immediate danger…and was concerned that I may be being held against my will, etc. The officer filled out a report. I gave him a brief synopsis on what is going on and gave him this website, as a reference…for when the time comes.

Even though I am homeless, my mailing address is in Cobb County. Lucky for me. Cobb County has been a God send.

I would like to thank the person at the bank…and the police officer…from the bottom of my heart. My coworkers didn’t even take the initiative to inform me of my rights, in the workplace….yet, two complete strangers took the time to reach out to someone they thought…may be…and IS, IN DANGER!

You get what you need…that’s for sure. I needed to know that some of the system works…and I need to know that people are willing to help others…

You never know when you are going to need the same kind of help…that you weren’t willing to give….that’s a tough spot to be in!

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