How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Whoops... this was bad planning.

Heeeeeyyy... is anyone going from Kingston-ish area to Albany? Anybody not doing anything that would LIKE to visit Albany tomorrow? There's a problem you see.

Minna and I kinda scheduled an available day to go get our marriage license- tomorrow is a day we can escape from work. There's a problem however. I need my birth certificate as proof of age, because the driver's license, which required a birth certificate to get doesn't count as proof of age. My birth certificate is in Kingston. If anyone was already on the way up here, and can do a little courier errand for me, that'd be awesome. If some one is free, and wants to do some courier stuff, well, whether you were planning to come here or not there's a dinner in it for you either way.
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