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Old 27-08-2004, 05:55 AM   #1
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"Hi, Mr. Mckinney, this is the Austin municipal court. We're calling because of 2 outstanding fines, one for expired registration, another for a parking violation."

"Really? Wow, when did this happen?"

"Issued in May of '02."

"'O2? I didn't even know I had a violation in '02. Well, can you send me a bill, I suppose?"

"No, sir, that's why we're calling, the bill we sent hasn't been paid. Do you have a credit card?"

"Well, yeah, just a sec, let me get it.... Is there any way it isn't me? My name is Michael McKinLEY. Kind of a stretch, I suppose."

"We're you born in '83?"

"Uh... no."

"... License number ######"

"No."

"Um... white Ford vehicle?"

"I didn't own a Ford in '02."

"Oh. Well, I'm glad you asked then."

"ME TOO!"

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Old 27-08-2004, 06:11 AM   #2
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Lol, that was a close one
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Old 27-08-2004, 07:57 AM   #3
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heh, yeah, of course, if it hadn't been early in the morning, I might've realized sooner, because:

1) I didn't live in Austin in 2002.

2) I didn't even own a car in 2002. :p
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Old 27-08-2004, 09:04 AM   #4
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cheeeez! how much was the ticket worth?
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Doh lucky mike=)
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Old 27-08-2004, 12:38 PM   #6
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LoL..
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Happend to me more than a couple of time. But with overdo bill's from creadit card.
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lol

paying over phone by credit card ... that sound like something i would trust in
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I have no doubt that it was legit... I was returning the call to the court house after all. :p
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same thing happend to a friend of mine with the red lights that take your picture if you go through them...

The police mailed him a bill. and they supplyt he picture with them. Dont know who ran the plates but they had the first 3 letters correct. then the last numbers were reversed.
It happend about 2 towns over... and it was a short black woman driving... my friends about 6'2, 300 lbs... and whiter than chalk...

Good thing the system works.
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Old 30-08-2004, 09:04 AM   #11
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LOL v.funny mike lol
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