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  • HELP!!! I think someone is impersonating an FBI agent...?

    My friend and I met this guy who said he was an FBI agent. Said he was with some tactical unit that goes in and diffuses dangerous situations - like someone on a swat would do.

    I never believed a word this sucker said, but my friend started dating the guy. He began to creep her out (finally) and she broke it off with the guy.

    Here's the kicker - he's stalking her. He's going to her place of employment (she's an RN) and asking about her. He's outside her house. He's texting her crazy threatening messages. He follows her 21 yr old daughter.

    On Monday, I took her to the court house and she got a peace order against this nut bucket. On Tuesday, he went to human resources at the hospital where she works and contacted the nursing board, telling them she's an alcoholic and a drug addict. (Neither of which is true) She explained the situation to the manager, and security at the hospital has been notified to watch out for this guy.

    She's filling out the contempt papers, since he's violated the peace order that orders him to stay away from her place of employment, and she'll be taking them with her to court next Monday when she goes before the judge to prove why she needs more than just a temporary peace order to keep this shithead away.

    My question - does anyone know if it's possible to notify or ask or tell or whatever - the FBI that there's a person who supposedly works for them that is acting in this manner, stalking and threatening someone - and if he's not actually employed by the FBI - that there's someone out there impersonating an agent?

    6 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police1 decade ago
  • Range Rover HSE coolant question...?

    I inherited a 2005 Range Rover HSE. Nice enough truck, but I'm sure the carbon footprint will haunt me when I'm dead...that being said - .

    The "check coolant" light came on. After I figured out how to open the hood (oooh, fun....) I looked around and cannot figure out where the coolant goes. Called the dealer. They want me to "come on in" where they will proceed to fleece me for my money...The owner's manual is nowhere to be found. I can't even find one online...

    I'm so not a dumb blond and can locate all this shiit on a normal car or truck, but this thing has me $^&%%#& crazy...

    Can anyone tell me where the coolant goes in a 2005 HSE? It's a different place on different models.

    1 AnswerMaintenance & Repairs1 decade ago
  • Insurance pro's - question about State Farm's complex claim unit?

    On June 24th a vehicle plowed through my yard doing $7000 damage. State Farm is the insurer. I filed a claim, State Farm "attempted" to reach their insured and has had no response. They will not pay the claim until they can "determine liability" by speaking to the owner of the truck. The damage is documented by way of photos, police reports, witnesses, etc and I don't give two shiits what the owner says. His truck busted up my yard.

    My question is - when I filed the claim, I asked State Farm if they would be sending out someone to look at the damage, and if I had to leave the burned out grass, sheared off trees, shrubs, busted up rock planters, etc. as they were. They said no, to get 2 estimates, submit them, & I could pay for the work to be done and they would reimburse me. I went ahead and paid for the work.

    Does anyone have knowledge of the complex claim unit and how they work and a time frame for "determining liability".State Farm's feeling shady & I want my money back.

    3 AnswersInsurance1 decade ago
  • Insurance pro's - question about State Farm's complex claim unit?

    On June 24th a vehicle plowed through my yard doing $7000 damage. State Farm is the insurer. I filed a claim, State Farm "attempted" to reach their insured and has had no response. They will not pay the claim until they can "determine liability" by speaking to the owner of the truck. The damage is documented by way of photos, police reports, witnesses, etc and I don't give two shiits what the owner says. His truck busted up my yard.

    My question is - when I filed the claim, I asked State Farm if they would be sending out someone to look at the damage, and if I had to leave the burned out grass, sheared off trees, shrubs, busted up rock planters, etc. as they were. They said no, to get 2 estimates, submit them, & I could pay for the work to be done and they would reimburse me. I went ahead and paid for the work.

    Does anyone have knowledge of the complex claim unit and how they work and a time frame for "determining liability".State Farm's feeling shady & I want my money back.

    2 AnswersInsurance & Registration1 decade ago
  • What do you want to do before you leave this earth?

    I want to scuba the Barrier Reef, see the Northern Lights, Anasazi cave dwellings, and check out the Pyramids.

    I want my singing voice to sound like Melissa Etheridge and I want to hang out with Bono to see if he's for real....

    What do YOU want to do????

    10 AnswersOther - Society & Culture1 decade ago
  • Infomercial on paint wallcovering?

    This a.m. I saw this infomercial on Bravo that featured this different paint application system...it's rolls of what appears to be wallpaper - but it's paint on a roll that you apply to the wall with this applicator thing. It's called bellabliss or something like that...does anybody know what the name of this system is?

    4 AnswersDecorating & Remodeling1 decade ago
  • Everyday Minerals vs. Bare Minerals...?

    I used Bare Minerals for over two years...someone on this site suggested Everyday Minerals...I tried it, and I gotta say, I'm a convert...the colors are just so much better.

    Anyone else made the switch?

    4 AnswersMakeup1 decade ago
  • A drunk driver...a pot smoker....which would you rather share the road with?

    A state trooper told me pot smokers are more dangerous...i vehemently disagree. (a drunk almost killed my kid)

    33 AnswersLaw & Ethics1 decade ago