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Saturday, January 22, 2011

Austin

This maybe a long post,so please let me explain.
My wife's name is Sondra,not Sandra.Most of her life people have called her Sandra at lest once.
We have planned to take a cruise this spring.There fore we have to get passports.The main thing you need is a birth certificate.I went to get them from the court house.Mine was right,hers was wrong.You guessed it,Sandra was on hers.Back in 1492 when she was born,Sondra was not a common name.I know that who ever transcribed the record thought it was wrong and changed the spelling to Sandra.That ass wipe as caused me a lot of grief.
After a lot of calls to Austin,we decided to travel to Austin to take care of the problem.If we sent it by mail it could take up to 3 months to get it back.If we went to Austin we could have it back in 2 weeks.Then we would apply for her passport.This may take up to 2 months to get back.
To fix it we had to send to Nevada so her brother could sign and notarise a statement to that effect.This done,we flew to Austin to take care of business.
When we get there some $5 an hour millionaire tells us we need more proof.It just so happens I also took our marriage certificate.We just met another ass wipe.
Sondi pops out the ole stinkeye.I know what is going to happen.A few miss spoken words can cause a lot of headache.I was able to defuse the situation and every thing was taken care of.
Sandra is now Sondra for good.
When down in Austin we looked for a donut shop.For an hour,we hunted.We found everything but donuts.That's another thing wrong with this hippie loving ,long haired,bunch of ass wipe liberals.They must hate donut lovers.That's unamerican, if you ask me.

Till next time----------Poohpa

2 comments:

  1. Well that didn't take too long to clear up....how many years? Geesh, it's kind of a shame that you had to travel there to fix this ridiculous red-tape mess-up, but sometimes that's what you have to do to get some sanity. Glad they decided to let Sondra be who she really is. What city in these United States doesn't have a donut shop? Geesh!

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  2. Ethel from GrapevineJanuary 23, 2011 at 1:32 PM

    What? No Dunkin Donuts or Krispy Kremes? Downright unAmerican, if you ask me. Bet they had a Mexican restaurant on each corner and a couple in the middle though, didn't they? Yeeesh! Get with it Austin; you are a part of the South, so act like it!

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