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|Subject: Re: Question for TMFPMarti||Date: 7/17/2013 7:23 PM|
|Author: arrete||Number: 689220 of 748978|
I can see why this would be a problem. After all, driving your elderly parents to get a valid ID every week is quite time consuming and would eat into your leisure time.
Oh wait, government issued IDs are good for 5 years. That means you only need to set aside a couple of hours every 5 years to help your aging parents. Does this mean that your parents aren't worth a measly 2 hours every 5 years?!
Shoot, I've driven people I consider just acquaintances. It's not that big a deal.
arête - but that's probably evil because I'm not a registered Democrat. The guy I drove was, though. GF should be thankful. And I'm thankful I won't see any of his replies. <g>
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