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DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: women unite! ()
Date: July 20, 2010 11:19AM

I visited the new DMV in Lorton this past weekend and the unthinkable happened.

Aside from getting out of there in less than an hour, an employee broke the most sacred law we have.

Some of you might have to sit down.

The employee actually questioned the weight number a female customer had put down on her application.

GASP!

Since when are we expected to disclose an ACCURATE number for our weight???

Did they pass a law I don't know about?

I overheard the employee saying to the customer, "There is no way you weigh 150 pounds when you are a lot bigger than I am and I weigh more than that"!!

It was very upsetting. The woman was speechless.

I need to write to the Governor about this.

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Gonads & Strife ()
Date: July 20, 2010 11:22AM

I think I'll write the gub-nuh too and give him a high-five! hahaha, stupid fat self-conscious women.

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Bacon ()
Date: July 20, 2010 11:35AM

Freakin hilarious

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Social Workers Unite ()
Date: July 20, 2010 11:43AM

I didn't know Monica Pignotti had moved to Lorton.

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Elle Diabla ()
Date: July 20, 2010 11:49AM

women unite! Wrote:
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> I visited the new DMV in Lorton this past weekend
> and the unthinkable happened.
>
> Aside from getting out of there in less than an
> hour, an employee broke the most sacred law we
> have.
>
> Some of you might have to sit down.
>
> The employee actually questioned the weight number
> a female customer had put down on her
> application.
>
> GASP!
>
> Since when are we expected to disclose an ACCURATE
> number for our weight???
>
> Did they pass a law I don't know about?
>
> I overheard the employee saying to the customer,
> "There is no way you weigh 150 pounds when you are
> a lot bigger than I am and I weigh more than
> that"!!
>
> It was very upsetting. The woman was speechless.
>
> I need to write to the Governor about this.


Fucking lollll...

The obese need to learn somehow.

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Johnny Walker ()
Date: July 20, 2010 11:49AM

DO NOT DEFY APE LAW!

Hey I know it's on the form but I just got my license renewed and now see weight's not on there. Height still is, and it still says I'm as tall as I was when I got my license at 16. I've grown since then though. You'd think they'd just put up something like those ruler-stickers they have at the doors of convenience stores and just get a round measurement that way for something like that.

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Elle Diabla ()
Date: July 20, 2010 11:49AM

Also, no need for confirmation that the OP is a fatass herself.

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: ThePackLeader ()
Date: July 20, 2010 08:21PM

Annnd, why exactly should we care if someone is fat? Were you abused by a fat person as a child? Do you have fears of being eaten alive in a cannibalistic manner?

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"And if any women or children get their legs torn off, or faces caved in, well, it's tough shit for them." -2LT. Bert Stiles, 505th, 339th (On Berlin Bombardier Mission, 1944).

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Troll@AOL ()
Date: July 20, 2010 08:31PM

I've come to find that the employees at the DMV are some of the poorest excuses for human beings and are true pieces of shit, so your recent experience is no surprise. Call the Governor.

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and get your stoopid @$$#$ THE FUCK OFF MY INTERNETZ!"

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Twinkie Eater ()
Date: July 21, 2010 09:20AM

The DMV should have a scale and have the LED sign display each person's weight...and have the automated voice announce..."you weigh Two Hundred Fifty Eight Pounds"

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Yahweh ()
Date: July 21, 2010 10:29AM

lol. Poor fat people. They should be able to lie on a government document, so they can feel better about their “disease.”
wtf, so now we have to be politically correct when referring to obese people?
I look at an over-weigh person as I do a chain smoker. You have put yourself in this situation; you have no one to blame but yourself.
Society looks down on you. Deal with it or change your lifestyle. Or just wait for everyone else to catch up.

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: the gov ()
Date: July 21, 2010 04:32PM

dmv is installing scales at the entrance of their buildings, the morbidly obese will be charged more as in airline seats due to the added damage they do on the way to their favorite buffet, 1 tubby tubby, 2 tubby tubby

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Johnny Walker ()
Date: July 21, 2010 04:37PM

Yahweh Wrote:
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> lol. Poor fat people. They should be able to lie
> on a government document, so they can feel better
> about their “disease.”
> wtf, so now we have to be politically correct when
> referring to obese people?


Oh come on. This is not some new PC thing. People have always lied about their weight on their licenses.

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: billy bil ()
Date: July 21, 2010 07:03PM

the workers at the dmv are the rudest most dishonest creatures on earth,they are also to stupid to know anything.if someone punched them in the face its ok with me.

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: ThePackLeader ()
Date: July 21, 2010 07:36PM

Yahweh Wrote:
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> lol. Poor fat people. They should be able to lie
> on a government document, so they can feel better
> about their “disease.”
> wtf, so now we have to be politically correct when
> referring to obese people?
> I look at an over-weigh person as I do a chain
> smoker. You have put yourself in this situation;
> you have no one to blame but yourself.
> Society looks down on you. Deal with it or change
> your lifestyle. Or just wait for everyone else to
> catch up.


People have been "fat" throughout history, so what's the sudden hang-up over it? Is every person supposed to have six-pack abs, and a wasp waist? Dumbest shit I've ever heard.

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"And if any women or children get their legs torn off, or faces caved in, well, it's tough shit for them." -2LT. Bert Stiles, 505th, 339th (On Berlin Bombardier Mission, 1944).

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: D. M. Vee ()
Date: July 21, 2010 10:15PM

All DMV's should have scales that go up to 300 lb. If you need a larger one they should wheel it out from the back and make a big scene and draw attention.

Heck they all ready have eye machines so additional medical equipment such as a scale should not be a problem to justify.

Heck I could see the police run around looking for a 150lb woman when in fact they should be looking for a 300lb woman and miss her hiding in plain site.

I vote for scales. Hoorah!

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Tim45 ()
Date: July 21, 2010 10:45PM

Even the Vulcans think you are a fatass
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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: chickenlady ()
Date: July 22, 2010 10:58AM

You might be onto something there, only that's how they should handle their numbering system.

"Now serving E-2-5-8, at window number 16. Now serving E-2-5-8, at window number 16."

I kind of call bullshit on the whole thing to begin with. Weight hasn't been on the VA DL for at least 15 years (or longer). Now they DO still have the weight box on the application, if she was dumb enough to fill it in anyhow. It's possible the DMV worker was just being a dick, which he feels justified in doing since he's got all that power behind window number twelve.

Weight is about perspective. Ask someone who is 175 who used to be 135 how life is, and you'll get a drastically different answer than that from someone who started at 400.




Twinkie Eater Wrote:
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> The DMV should have a scale and have the LED sign
> display each person's weight...and have the
> automated voice announce..."you weigh Two Hundred
> Fifty Eight Pounds"

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Re: DMV Breaks Sacred Law
Posted by: Gravis ()
Date: July 22, 2010 02:16PM

put a scale in the floor in front of the window. problem solved.

i dont understand why people lie about their weight. i mean, it's not like they are fooling anyone.


chickenlady Wrote:
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> Weight is about perspective.


no, it's a way to quantify the acceleration due to gravity. the human psyche does not change that scientific measurement.


"the wisdom of the wise will perish, the intelligence of the intelligent will vanish."095042938540



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/22/2010 02:24PM by Gravis.

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