Also, I've received e-mails from many of you who claim to be enjoying my posts and find them very funny. I just have one question: What do you want? Seriously, though, I'm relaying only the events of my life. If you enjoy reading the adventures of my wacky existence, then thank you for tuning in. I'll continue to do my best to inform and entertain you.
I'll leave you with this from News of the Weird:
As the home-mortgage industry continued to reel in January from the Countrywide Financial Corp. debacle, a federal bankruptcy judge learned that the company, in at least one case (with others suspected), had not only backdated crucial documents but fabricated them altogether and then told the judge the company was merely trying to be "efficient." A court had approved the recasting of a client's debt to Countrywide in March 2007, closing the case, but the next month, Countrywide "discovered" a way to get extra money and thus created three letters supposedly sent to that client before March 2007. However, Countrywide later acknowledged that the letters were actually written after March 2007 but that making up documents was merely "an efficient way to convey" information. [New York Times, 1-8-08]