Today, I went to the military base to save $10 on a haircut. On the way out the gate, the glare of the sun blocked my view of a star barrier. Instead of saving $10 on a haircut I now owe a $500 deductible to fix my car. FML

by drstrnj / 10/16/2009 at 11:35pm / United States (Utah) / Money

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  • There's a lot of people here who have no freakin idea what they're talking about. How does he not deserve the benefits? If he can get on base that means he is 1) a military member, 2) a military member's dependent, or 3) former military. Anyone else needs a military sponsor and a pass that their sponsor must get for them from the visitor's center. They don't just let anyone on base for a haircut. I can see how that goes:

    "Let me see your CAC card."
    "I don't have one. I'm only here for a cheap haircut."
    "Oh. Go right in, sir. Oh, but you should know that since you're not military your haircut will cost $3,000."


    #45 - On 10/18/2009 at 11:50pm by ChairForce

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  • well, you only owe $490 now.

    #5 - On 10/17/2009 at 3:14am by foolishworkerbee

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