A message from Nick Jones:
Several months ago, I [Nicholas Rian Jones] found out that someone was using my social security number for several Wells Fargo bank accounts. This someone is a wonderful lady from San Jose by the name of Rosa. Miss Rosa has been using a credit card under my SS# for the past six years, and surprisingly has not completely obliterated my credit score. That’s right, she has been paying her/my monthly bills and effectively establishing a score of 700. I don’t know whether to thank her, or to be p.o.’d that she’s been unlawfully using my identity since I was in eighth grade. I guess it’s good to be grateful for the little good things that happen to you. So here’s to you, Rosa Rivera: thank you for the exceptional credit score!
The bank said they would have this all taken care of, though here I am four months later with no answers. I can’t say that I am surprised. After various attempts to contact Wells Fargo, I got nothing. Again, no surprise. The SS admin office was really cool too. I waited there for two hours with a multitude of pungent lowlifes [Maybe a patron of the office was wearing mesh pants without the mercy of underwear. Maybe another smelled of urine and cheap perfume. Screaming baby/babies perhaps? Anyway, Nick Jones waited among these people before he was finally] called up to the window and told, “There is nothing we can do about identity theft.” Gotta love bureaucracies.
Speaking of candy, [Nick Jones spoke of candy in a paragraph that was omitted.] I am fiercely hooked on those little Japanese Starburst-like candies called High-CHEWs. They are ridiculously delicious. [Ridiculously Delicious Ridiculously Delicious Ridiculously Delicious] I urge you readers to try them. But stick to the strawberry and green apple flavors. Any other flavor is chomping in vain. I assume the name High-CHEW refers to the amount of chewing necessary to consume one of the tough little buggers. Green apple and strawberry are totally worth the effort.