frankenduf

I already do all that- but a word of caution to the male novices out there- if ur gonna lift weights, take caution on the downswings

discordian

From a Seinfeld episode... There's good naked and there's bad naked....

spicey

Too many windows in my house for that sort of thing.

Doosh Bigalow

I'm planning on driving in the nude. :) Should be fun.

Kathy A.

Our county's DA has a check prosecution program for merchants. When I turn a check over to them (which I only do after I've called and then sent a letter to the check writer asking for payment), they initially send a certified letter asking for payment, my bank fees, and a small charge to cover the DA's costs (IIRC, their fee is $35).

If the check writer doesn't pay up after a second letter from the DA, they are then subject to arrest and prosecution. However, my experience has been that unless there are a large number of checks or it's a large dollar amount (a million would probably qualify), the DA doesn't bother unless the check writer gets arrested for something else, too.

Should Antoine Walker have been arrested? Without knowing all the details, none of us really can say for sure, but it seems that after a six month period an honest person would have at least reconciled their check book or gotten a call from their accountant...

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frankenduf

I already do all that- but a word of caution to the male novices out there- if ur gonna lift weights, take caution on the downswings

discordian

From a Seinfeld episode... There's good naked and there's bad naked....

spicey

Too many windows in my house for that sort of thing.

Doosh Bigalow

I'm planning on driving in the nude. :) Should be fun.

Kathy A.

Our county's DA has a check prosecution program for merchants. When I turn a check over to them (which I only do after I've called and then sent a letter to the check writer asking for payment), they initially send a certified letter asking for payment, my bank fees, and a small charge to cover the DA's costs (IIRC, their fee is $35).

If the check writer doesn't pay up after a second letter from the DA, they are then subject to arrest and prosecution. However, my experience has been that unless there are a large number of checks or it's a large dollar amount (a million would probably qualify), the DA doesn't bother unless the check writer gets arrested for something else, too.

Should Antoine Walker have been arrested? Without knowing all the details, none of us really can say for sure, but it seems that after a six month period an honest person would have at least reconciled their check book or gotten a call from their accountant...

Read more...