Wednesday, September 4, 2002
Another horribly helacious day survived.
And the moral of the story is? Just because you have auto insurance and live in the state of Illinois (and possibly other states), you may not really be covered. If a court, at the behest of the state, decides your insurance company is insolvent, your insurance company may decide to appeal that court order. When the appeal is over, the insurance company will either be reinstated, or the Illinois Guaranty Trust Fund will take over. However, during the pendency of the appeal there is no one to defend you. You can, of course, at your own expense, hire your own attorney. It's a little more complicated than that, but that's the gist of it.
Today I found out that a guy I dated in my late teens is now retired and independently wealthy. I dumped him because I found him to be a little on the dull side. And, he weighed less than me. At the time, I weighed about 125, and I would guess he weighed about 110. For some dumb reason, it was important to me that my guy to be able to pick me up with the greatest of ease. I thought if that guy picked me up, I would have broke his back. I'm not that shallow any more. Oh well, another lesson learned.
Update to yesterday's Word Perfect entry. New Microsoft Works aims for suite spot. Apparently, this is Microsoft's attempt to gain back some market share lost when Dell and Hewlett-Packard decided to pick Word Perfect's Productivity Pack. Think it'll work?
Update to the update. I just read what I wrote: "... decided to pick Word Perfect's Productivity Pack." decided to pick? ::: laughing my head off ::: The way I write is pretty much reminiscent of the way I talk. And that's why I'm not a journalist or a professional writer.
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