Post by Al Drake Post by Stormin' Norman Post by Al Drake Post by Stormin' Norman Post by Al Drake
Today I thought I'd create a Social Security account online. This
process was denied which required me to place a phone call. During that
call I was told there was no way to verify my existence on this planet
because I don't have a credit card. The superpower they use to track me
has no information that says I'm real. I'm not even a memory. Talk about
privacy. I love it.
You seem to have very bad luck.
I don't see it that way at all. I see it as having a very secure ID, I
have no credit cards, I never did by choice. I can't be verified or
Identified therefore I can't be categorized or victimized. If someone
stole my faults ID what good would it do. If the government doesn't even
know who I am than how good it that?
I was referring to "all" the issues you bring to the forum, not just the Social
If you think the government doesn't know who you are, try not paying your taxes
and see what happens.
I never think of myself as having bad luck considering the variety of
things I get involved in. I think I actually enjoy a measure of
"trouble". It keeps the blood flowing.
I am sure the government "seekers" are well aware of everything about
me. I do have a job and pay taxes.
What else is this forum for but posts regarding bad luck adventures of
Microsoft Windows 7.
I didn't say or imply anything about the purpose of the forum.
I simply stated my observation about your lack of good luck, which is based upon
the number of issues you raise in this group.
Years ago I had a neighbor who purchased a 100 year old house on the property
next to my 110 year old house. Your average 100 year old house requires a fair
amount of maintenance and he was not what one would call "handy".
For several years, I and the other neighbors were helping him out with repairs
on a regular basis. It was a friendly area and the rest of us were quite good
with such things. One day when three of us were helping him dig up and replace
a lead pipe leading to his septic tank, one of the guys asked him "What made you
buy this place? Didn't you realize how much work it would be and that you
aren't good with such things?" His reply was classic, he said "Yeah, I knew it
would be a lot of work but I saw all of your houses and I figured I could find
people to help me."
All of us told him that he should have bought a brand new condo in the city and
that it was getting kind of tedious doing all this work without at least a keg
of beer and pizza and or having him show up when any of us needed another back
for a project. He told us that so far, he hadn't needed to do that as we were
helping him for free. Needless to say, it wasn't long after that most of us
stopped taking his calls and he ended up moving to the city. Good times.......