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Old 09-24-2010, 08:58 PM   #131
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It's been a year since my fatefull trip to the RMV and I need a new annual inspection sticker.


I'm frightened. Hold my hand, Gnomie.

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Good luck. And pretty funny the Simpsons' gummy bear story got mentioned last year and this year
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Old 09-24-2010, 09:51 PM   #132
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oh jesus, i just realized that this thread is 14 pages and over a year old... whoops!

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Old 05-06-2012, 03:09 AM   #133
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3 years later, it's still funny as hell!

I roared!

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Old 05-06-2012, 05:22 AM   #134
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Thanks for putting this one back up. The funniest story I've read in ages! Well done, PTN!
I can only imagine the torture of the Registry in the city! We had some great people in Southbridge, though. I once got up to the window while doing paperwork for HWMC. The lady looks at it and says, "Your husband forgot to sign. Take this pen and bring the paper out to the car, and have him sign it. When you're done, come right to the front of the line." Probably over twenty years ago, but I still remember the shocking common sense and kindness of that Registry employee.

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Old 05-06-2012, 05:39 AM   #135
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Thanks for putting this one back up. The funniest story I've read in ages! Well done, PTN!
I can only imagine the torture of the Registry in the city! We had some great people in Southbridge, though. I once got up to the window while doing paperwork for HWMC. The lady looks at it and says, "Your husband forgot to sign. Take this pen and bring the paper out to the car, and have him sign it. When you're done, come right to the front of the line." Probably over twenty years ago, but I still remember the shocking common sense and kindness of that Registry employee.

Wow. I have never met a Registry employee that nice to me. And my late aunt, who loved me and whom I was a pall bearer for, was a supervisor in the RMV. I mean, I was never treated that well there.
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