Skip to comments.Freeper needs advice
Posted on 03/23/2006 4:16:44 PM PST by Cap'n Crunch
You load 16 tons and what do you get? Another day older and deeper in debt. St. Peter don't ya call me 'cause I can't go, I owe my soul to the company store.
Oh! The clotes need washin' and the fire won't start. Kids all cryin' and your breakin' my heart.
Whole darn place is fallin' apart. Maybe things'll get a little better in the mornin' maybe things'll bet a little better
Work your fingers to the bone and whaddy ya get? Boney fingers, boney fingers
They're closin' down the textile mill across the railroad tracks, foreman says these jobs are goin' boys and they ain't comin' back, to your hometown.
Was wondering if anyone out there has been through a 'new' Chapter 7. I haven't filed yet, talked to a lawyer but through the 'mumbo-jumbo' , 'jumbo-mumbo' lawyer speak and the sunshine pumping, I don't know what to expect.
Bought this carry out pizza shop a few years ago and since then Ford left town, Marconi Industries closed, a bunch of smaller businesses have left also.
The only thing we seem to have plenty of now is crime. Got the place up with a realtor but everybody is afraid to come to this town.
So, bankruptcy may be inevitable. Anyone with advice or experience with this would be greatly appreciated.
No charge for the songs....
A BTT is the best I can do. This needs a higher-powered brain than that of a broke-down system administrator...
All I can say is..nobody loves me but my mama.
And she could be jivin' too.
Muchos Gracias. Reminds me of a song...
Turn it into a "Hooters".
hahahaha... Mama tried to raise me better but her pleadings I denied.
With the absense of money in your neck of the woods, perhaps going to the barter system would be worthwhile. You could start a pizzas for crime sale. Thieves could trade stolen goods for your pizzas and then you could put those goods on eBay.
Open a liquor store.
It's tough out here for a pimp...
Keeping it bumped....about all the help I can give ya FRiend.
Too bad you can't outsource that crime to Washinton, D.C.
People simply do not understand that outsourcing is not a win/win. Individuals, families, communities are devistated by this.
Somewhere in China, the communist party bosses are celebrating. What used to pass for conservatives are celebrating right along with them.
Under the old law, people would max out what was left of their credit lines on personal items and then hide behind Chapter 7. There was a LOT of scamming going on.
The new law will shine a flashlight up your @ss to make sure you are really penniless, but if you are really and truly broke, don't sweat it. Bankrutptcy sucks, but they can't get blood from a turnip.
A guy here actually did that, Cal Morton, ran Morton's BBQ Hut on the south side of town... did pretty good for himself. I used to joke "A free TV with every slab of ribs."
He had a lincoln, a corvette, a big 'ol boat... didn't do too bad for himself.. till the IRS caught up with him.
I was born one mornin' it was drizzlin' rain.
Fightin' and trouble are my middle names.
I was raised in the den by an old mother lion,
Ain't no high-toned woman make me walk the line.
Well, you see me comin', better step aside.
A lot of men didn't, and a lot of men died.
One fist of iron, the other of steel,
If the left one don't get you then the right one will!
Gee... that last line sounds a bit like the IRS ...!
Demographics will surely catch up with you.
I sing songs like this around the house while working.
My kids, not knowing anything musical earlier than the 80's (except what I play) think I'm singing original stuff I'm making up as I go!
They think I'm either brilliant or insane!
Well that's an idea Dan. How about developing a proposal for the city council based on your running a private prison filled with what used to gainfully employed U.S. citizens.
Thank you. Wore out my knees prayin', I gotta believe the Good Lord will turn these lemons into lemonade.