Well, if they were smart, they'd have been perfectly fine filing for bankruptcy and cold have kept their house—that's precisely what bankruptcy was created for, to protect your critical, well-being assets. With bankruptcy, creditors can come after any non-essential items—like music equipment, computers (unless used for your income), etc.—but they can't touch your clothing or your home.<br><br>
#142423 - 02/24/0411:38 AMRe: I love dogs..but these people are nuts
A coworker of mine paid $3000 to have their cat's leg amputated. I would've done it for $25.<br><br>You'd think, for $3000, they'd at least get to keep the leg. Make a back scratcher out of it or something. Or an umbrella handle.<br><br>
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