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    Linux0s about 5 years ago

    Also the worst word in medicine.

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    Linguist about 5 years ago

    Bob must be at Bank America. May they rot in …..!

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    AshburnStadium about 5 years ago

    I can’t see how Bank of America tried to foreclose on a house that a retired cop and his wife bought and paid for in full with cash that they got from the sale of their previous home.After that mess, BoA was ordered to pay a settlement to that couple, which BoA failed to do.One day, the couple’s lawyer showed up at the local BoA branch with moving vans and sheriff’s deputies – and a seizure order. The branch was seized until the manager cut a check for the settlement!

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    dkendraf about 5 years ago

    That’s right up there with, “I’m from the Government; I’m here to help.”

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    AKHenderson GC INSIDER about 5 years ago

    I’m still trying to picture an “accidental foreclosure.” Guess i don’t read enough Kafka.

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    watmiwori about 5 years ago

    May you, o cursed banker, meet with an ‘accidental foreclosure’of your own, by The Boss in Head Office Himself – and whenthou look’!st not for it!

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    bransom about 5 years ago

    When Uncle Sam says “oops” a foreign country gets taken over by the Muslim Brotherhood, or a few billion dollars gets wasted on a “green energy” company, or border patrol agents die. I’ll take all the bank’s mistakes over that, thank you.

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    jonesb about 5 years ago

    May all of wall street rot in ….!

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    flagfly about 5 years ago

    Don’t let one goof-up cloud the waters. We’ve had B of A for years without error, but much assistance.

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    chrismaple about 5 years ago

    I was in a dentist’s chair while he was teaching his assistant not to say “oops”. I found his “that’s interesting” and “take a look at that” much more disturbing.

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    demorodney about 5 years ago

    I moved all my money and business from BofA when they conspired to deny paying earned wages to workers in an illegal plant closing in Illinois back in 2008.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/08/us/08chicago.html

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    Vonne Anton about 5 years ago

    There I was, signing vacation approvals for our beloved employees, when suddenly I realized one of the requests I had just approved was 70 pages long and required initials on every page…it was an accidental foreclosure! Oops!

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    prrdh about 5 years ago

    True. He shouldn’t have continued Clinton’s policy of not acting on the CIA’s information. But of course he didn’t have the advantage of hindsight.

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    tigre1 about 5 years ago

    I’m with Andy Jackson on the banks. Except I say, bring on the guillotines, of course. Wall Street and ‘K’ Street need SERIOUS haircuts. Lots of them…

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    jahoody about 5 years ago

    and a local BofA took two mortgage payments out of a friend’s account in the same month which caused several other checks to bounce and when asked said they would “try” to fix the error but 3 mo. later nothing has been done altho they did reverse the bounced check charges.

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    WaitingMan about 5 years ago

    You really should learn how to use apostrophe’s properly. (Yes, this is a joke.)

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    Varnes about 5 years ago

    Remember the Hollies? ♫ ♪ “Pay you back with interest, ♪♪ ♫ ♪ pay you back with interest….♫♫ ♪”

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    geneboecker about 5 years ago

    not something you want to hear your surgeon say either. . .

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    DGWillie about 5 years ago

    Well, “These things take time…”

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    Linguist about 5 years ago

    History repeats itself, historians repeat each other, and mankind was inexorably changed by the repeating rifle.P.S. Schlessinger’s book is excellent. I second your recommendation.

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    hippogriff about 5 years ago

    Bank of America started in San Francisco as Bank of Italy, with a primarily Italian immigrant cliental. Before the “earthquake” fire reached the bank, they smuggled out the cash on hand under oranges in a handcart. While everyone else was waiting for their vaults to cool, they were on the curb making loans. That enabled them to get big enough to change their name and be above the law. Heute Italia, morgan der Welt.

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    HighPriestMikhal GC INSIDER about 5 years ago

    Agh! Now I have to change my epitaph for when I die. I do not want to be associated with bankers when I’m six feet under. I’ll likely be rotting in…too, but not on the same level as them.

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    dabugger about 5 years ago

    b of a….a aught to ‘had been’ that is still doing and screwing somebody…..

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    phoenixnyc about 5 years ago

    This is why little alarm bells go off in the back of my head whenever I hear the words “America”, “freedom”, “liberty”, etc., someplace they don’t need to be. It makes me wonder what the user is trying to make people overlook.

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