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The Idiocies of 1975 Still Have Hold Over a 28 Year Old

    okage posted Mon, 23 Apr 2012 14:03:00 GMT(4/23/2012)

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    If any of us forgot just how thick the average Jehovah's Witness can be, here's a little story.

    My friend, a 28 year old JW, got into an accident about a year ago. She hit a horse and killed it, wrecking her car. She told everyone she knew that it was pitch black and she couldn't see the horse until the last second. Her JW family believes her story a hundred percent. I don't but I'm paranoid when I'm told to trust the JW Personality of any person.
    I drove down the road and it's very well lit. You can see about two miles ahead, so how this horse came out of nowhere is a mystery to me. She also had a guy in her car, something she tells my wife, but not her family, and I told her brother that I'd been down that road and it wasn't pitch black. He swears it is and I told him I'd take him to show him, but he said no. I told him she told my wife she and this guy went out and were drinking, he called me a liar.

    The guy gives her a new car and eight days later, she side-swipes a truck. Says it was the other driver's fault. Even the brother called her out on this, saying she was probably texting at a red light and didn't pay attention to anything else and that it's not the first time she did it.

    Now we're here today. The owner of the horse she killed decided he was going to press charges. Somehow, he heard she got into that second "accident" so he believes it was her fault, not the horse's. So he's suing her. His lawyer sent my friend four letters trying to get ahold of her. It's my belief he wants to get the story clear from her side to see if there is a case.

    She's ignored all four letters because she "has no time" for a law suit. She told me that if she sees the lawyer, Jehovah was going to come before the trial was over anyway, so she doesn't care.

    She's 28 and firmly believes that crap about the end being "imminent." It's going to cost her everything she has, since she doesn't really have anything.

    Broken Promises posted Mon, 23 Apr 2012 14:46:00 GMT(4/23/2012)

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    She sounds like an idiot who should be staying off the roads.

    okage posted Mon, 23 Apr 2012 15:02:00 GMT(4/23/2012)

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    Not kidding. The side-swipe "accident" is the fifth accident she's had since 2005.

    Diest posted Mon, 23 Apr 2012 15:18:00 GMT(4/23/2012)

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    She keeps misjudging how long that theocratic 'just aroud the corner' is, so how could you expect her to properly judge any other distace while driving.

    ShirleyW posted Mon, 23 Apr 2012 15:18:00 GMT(4/23/2012)

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    Why hasn't her license been revoked, sounds like it should've been. The girl just can't drive

    okage posted Mon, 23 Apr 2012 19:05:00 GMT(4/23/2012)

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    @diest - lmmfao! @ShirleyW - It has, but not for the reasons it should. She's a Mexican native, so when she let her Residency expire, she couldn't renew her DL. She was driving for a year with an expired license, so the state took notice and suspended her license for a year. She is STILL driving with that suspension. The other day, she came by and asked for help to update insurance on her guy friend's car. She used to live here so alot of her mail comes here. The letter from the insurance company was under the four letters from the lawyer. Only the insurance letter is gone.

    Disillusioned Lost-Lamb posted Tue, 24 Apr 2012 19:44:00 GMT(4/24/2012)

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    Sounds like someone need to check and see if her bible contains a hidden flask.

    F mrsjones5 posted Tue, 24 Apr 2012 19:52:00 GMT(4/24/2012)

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    Wow

    M james_woods posted Tue, 24 Apr 2012 19:59:00 GMT(4/24/2012)

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    Wow

    Double Wow. Do you realize that if somebody doesn't get the keys to that car, and hold on to them permanently, she is very likely to end up killing a person instead of just a horse?

    Giordano posted Tue, 24 Apr 2012 20:22:00 GMT(4/24/2012)

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    I can't believe I'm saying this but where's an Elder when you need one? At least a backroom chat. She could kill some one.

    ziddina posted Tue, 24 Apr 2012 20:57:00 GMT(4/24/2012)

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    Someone needs to tell the cops what is going on, or - as James Woods said - she's going to end up killing someone...

    Maybe she needs to have her arse sent back to Mexico so she can learn to drive where there are some REAL road hazards...

    F mrsjones5 posted Tue, 24 Apr 2012 20:59:00 GMT(4/24/2012)

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    It's only a matter of time til either she gets caught and deported or she kills someone.

    M slimboyfat posted Tue, 24 Apr 2012 21:04:00 GMT(4/24/2012)

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    Struggling to see a 1975 connection.

    GOrwell posted Tue, 24 Apr 2012 21:28:00 GMT(4/24/2012)

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    i can't see how the horse owners' lawsuit would succeed.. if the horse was in any position to be hit by a car, I can only see that being the fault of the owner..

    okage posted Fri, 04 May 2012 22:47:00 GMT(5/4/2012)

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    @slimboyfat the 1975 message telling Witnesses to ignore all personal issues and financial liabilities because the end is so close, no one's going to have time to ask you about it. The current doctrine of "ignore higher education and a successful job because the end is so damn close" (June Watchtower, I believe) is highly reflective of the 1975 propaganda. She's ignoring her legal responsibilities because she believes the end will be here before the case is decided.

    M wha happened? posted Fri, 04 May 2012 23:00:00 GMT(5/4/2012)

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    believes or is hopeful that the end will wipe her ass for her.

    I don't know what the laws are regarding sharing the road with a horse. I know my friend almost took a horse and it's rider out when we were driving down the road at night and we spotted the horse. We slowed way down and as we started to pass, the horse bucked almost throwing the rider and the horse almost jumped in front of the car. Had my friend hit the horse, I have no idea who would have been in fault.

    I doubt that news of the additional accident influenced the attorney as the other accident has no bearing on their case. But she will find out how much time she will really have when she receives service

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