She discloses in a new memoir how she was abducted and sexually assaulted by a motorcycle gang in Ohio in the early 1970s – but concludes it was “all my doing” because of the way she was dressed and the fact that she was under the influence of drugs.
However, three months later, out of the blue, they got a letter from their bank, Wells Fargo: It said that, after further review, Brian and Ilsa had in fact not qualified for HAMP. Therefore, their mortgage would go back to the old rate. Not only that, they now owed the difference for the three months when they had paid the lowered mortgage—and to add insult to injury, they were assessed a “penalty for non-payment”.
Really go read the whole thing. And all of the addenda.
I’ve saved the posts here in a small effort to make certain this story stays alive.
While perusing through the web site of a recreational vehicle manufacturer, I found a page where you could tell the manufacturer about how you might use their product. The manufacturer would then tell you which of their models be suited your intended uses. There were several criteria, and within each criterion, was a choice similar to soft, medium or hard.
I made my choices.
Here is what the manufacturer recommends from their product line:
I find that baffling. How in the world did the web site fail to recommend a choice?