Not long ago, my bank deposited into my account, $546.00 cash money.
This was not my money, it was not my lucky day. At the very beginning I noted this mistake, but I sat back and did nothing about it. I just thought of “all those wonderful moments that I shared inside their lobby, and the friendly folks who provided them” and decided to let the _____ find it for themselves.
It took them roughly ten working days to find the error and they have since written me five times explaining why they retrieved the errant deposit to my account. For all the readers who have been frustrated with Bank of America recently, here’s something that will make you laugh: The banking giant just accidentally gave a Detroit man $1.5 million. It doesn’t look like the bank will be recovering the funds anytime soon, either. Not like myself (who just let it sit there) he took out just about all of it and then went to the local casino. You can read more here.
One more banking comment.
Now this one would really hack you off, have you seen the Ally Bank Commercial?
So here I am, lying in my favorite position, in my favorite spot in the entire universe, under my Made In China fan, watching my Made In China television, and my Made in China wife (Taiwan R.O.C.) says to me …. “Are you going to lay there all summer and do nothing?” to which I replied, “Leave me alone, I am practicing for the elections in November.”
Can you live without it?
Have you ever considered just shutting down the computer and walking away from it for awhile, say a year? I have often thought about it, but to this day, cannot seem to pull myself away from it for more than a couple of days. Now here is a guy who is vowing to stay off the Internet for an entire year. He hasn’t clicked a link, sent an email, checked Twitter, sent a text message, Googled, or used a web browser since May 1, 2012. At 12:01 a.m. on that day he unplugged the cord from his desktop. And he doesn’t plan to plug it back in or go back online until May 1, 2013.
Good luck on that.
If I was to unplug and walk away like that, May 1st, 2013 would be the day they would release me from the State Mental Hospital with a brand new prescription.
See you at the water cooler.