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llecs
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Re: Now that OB has passed on, what about the secured $$$?

I know emotions are running high right now. I know that it is hard to say "good-bye". *chokes back tears*

 

How would you feel if I posted a "life-celebration" photo montage of some of the good times we had? Would that give everyone closure?

 

I'll post photos sometime on Sunday back on this thread, late-day.

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Re: Now that OB has passed on, what about the secured $$$?


llecs wrote:

I know emotions are running high right now. I know that it is hard to say "good-bye". *chokes back tears*

 

How would you feel if I posted a "life-celebration" photo montage of some of the good times we had? Would that give everyone closure?

 

I'll post photos sometime on Sunday back on this thread, late-day.


That could stir up some "negative feelings"...but, let's see what develops.

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Re: Now that OB has passed on, what about the secured $$$?


llecs wrote:

I know emotions are running high right now. I know that it is hard to say "good-bye". *chokes back tears*

 

How would you feel if I posted a "life-celebration" photo montage of some of the good times we had? Would that give everyone closure?

 

I'll post photos sometime on Sunday back on this thread, late-day.


 

LOL:smileyvery-happy:

 

I cannot wait..sure could use the humor these days!!

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llecs
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Re: Now that OB has passed on, what about the secured $$$?

Well, Credit One Bank will be missed. His punishment for monthly fees, high APR, low CL, and charges to pay online was death. It came yesterday evening around 5:16pm. The CSR tried in vain to grant a reprive via a 3 month credit on monthly fees, but it was too late. Below is a celebration of life, not death:

 

 

Credit One's passion was driving. He lived in the fast lane but it eventually caught up to him.

 

 

 

He never lived up to the expectations of his family and always lived in the shadows to his more well-known brother.

 

 

"Hoist the mainstay!" Credit One always wanted to be a captain of a tall ship and sail the seven seas.

 

 

Credit One always wanted to stay slim. Soccer was a great avenue for him.

 

 

When kicking back, Credit One enjoyed playing Wii.

 

 

Despite Credit One's appearance, he loved dining out. Here he is about to enjoy some tapas.

 

 

Credit One loved to travel. He's checking out the Baltimore Inner Harbor. Look at him smile.

 

 

This was the last picture taken of Credit One. The rest is too graphic and disturbing to show on this forum.

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LOL...too funny...the last picture to be seen of OB is hilarious!

 

Much better than a dirt nap..IMO

 

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Re: Now that OB has passed on, what about the secured $$$?

llecs,

 

What a wonderful remembrance of your little guy! He truly had a full life!  I'm sure he's in card heaven with his brethren!

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Re: Now that OB has passed on, what about the secured $$$?

:smileyvery-happy:


Thanks, llecs!

 

(I think Credit One was much cuter than his brother...better personality, and well-rounded, too !)

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Re: Now that OB has passed on, what about the secured $$$?

LOL

 

I love the pics! Very funny!

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Re: Now that OB has passed on, what about the secured $$$?

llecs,

 

Would your new avatar be that driver's license photo of the late Credit One that we were expecting in the obit?

 

 

 

 

 


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