Friday, August 12, 2011


In my dealings with the behemoth that services my home loan, it was officially decided by them that I don't actually live in my house, therefore they will not modify my loan.

I don't even know how to respond to this.

My forehead is bloodied from banging up against the foundations of the powers-that-be, and now for them to proclaim something so entirely absurd is beyond all logic.

Certainly other, more interesting truths can be brought to light which may further convince them to deny my request for modification, such as:
1. a red door
2. the presence of a poet on the premises
3. horse statue collection in basement
4. absence of Kraft cheese products
5. buttercups
6. too many books
7. etc.

But to state outright that I don't live here?!

If there is an explanation to this fuckery, I'd like to hear it.

If not, then the revolution starts here.


  1. Maybe this is a metaphysical observation by your mortgage provider, who is probably on acid!

  2. Ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha...thanks for a GREAT laugh to start my day! I don't even know what to say!
    Ima Laffin

  3. Fuckery, I like that word. God only knows how they work things out. Good luck in the revolution.

  4. Fax them the past six months worth of your blog posts.

  5. Keeping the loan rates at zero means these banks have free money for another two years.

    Asshats. Thank you so much obama & dems & tbags.

    Love, C .

  6. Fuckery, buggery, stupidity -- all that and more. So, what are next steps, T.? How in the hell do you PROVE you live there? Host a pajama party for the dorkwads at the bank?


  7. Either the poet or the too many books is the kiss of death. Combine the two and look out. Seriously, WTF? We are all drowning in stupid. xo

  8. The mind boggles, T. The behemoth had better watch out . . . You live there. Fullstop. Need back-up? We can growl, write petitions, let them know what's what. One has to wonder what on earth they can be thinking.

    In solidarity, C xo

  9. PS. Every time I come here I mean to say how beautiful your header photograph is. . . I love it. There you are, firm-footed, looking out across an expansive landscape. . .