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Thursday, November 10, 2005

Avoidance

I don't like to fill out forms. I don't like to write letters to businesses asking for refunds or reconsideration. I hate filing taxes. I wait until the last minute and then some to do my paperwork. If it were online, I would do it eventually, but I just cannot make myself jump up and get my paperwork done on time.

Now, normally this wouldn't be a big deal, as I'm used to making up every excuse in the book. In college I think I buried my grandmother at least 5 times in order to get out of assignments I hadn't yet finished. I once buried a father-on-law who died in a plane crash, but I wasn't married. I've had this problem for a long time, evidentally.

Right now, I've got a huge pile of paper sitting on my desk waiting for me to pay attention to it. There's the registration for a program my kid is going to take, along with the Medical Form and the Liability Waiver. I've got till next week to really get that done. I've got a letter to write for a change of address, another letter to write complaining about an agency that has, for the 4th year in a row, screwed up my application, I have to call the IRS and have a chat with them that requires that I fill out a form first, and this is just the top of the pile.

I'm wondering if there is anyone out there I can hire to do this for me. I think this might be a decent career move for someone, professional form filler outer. I'd pay for it. Wouldn't you?

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