@Christy I am fond of food inspections and monitoring air and water quality. E-coli is something we can all unite against.
@Lily Rowan I think it was the groceries part. If you had created a credit account at a casino, bought a bunch of booze, cigarettes, etc. etc. That would have been fine. But groceries in Vegas. Clearly something was afoot.
Telling you things you probably know, but I am being that person. My Credit union called me to ask me about a purchase of a water taxi round trip in Belize. Fortunately I had made that purchase online about an hour earlier as a part of my trip there. And I hadn't even specially requested monitoring by them. So if you still are thinking of breaking up with your bank you can feel free to do so.
@beastlyburden You ain't kidding http://www.buzzfeed.com/lyapalater/neville-longbottom-turned-into-a-beautiful-swan#3zb6e4h *blatantly stolen quote* Talk about points to Gryffindor.
@erinep " that might be the first time i walked out of there without spending $$$!" Did you do a victory lap after? Sing "We are the Champions"?
@DebtOrAlive Oh no Hon! I'm glad that you weren't in the hospital but still...as you said. *hug from internet stranger* i.e. Undercover Boss: Totally agree but completely unable to summon sufficient amounts of snark to address such issues right now.
@Tripleoxer "went to an open house in hopes of free cookies" *snorts* I love this.
@halloliebchen Woot! You're free from the crappy job! Congrats!
@ThatJenn I'm glad that you and your Dude had a meaningful and lovely weekend with your family.
@PicNic What your roommate did was bull.shit. Seriously. The best response (IMHO) is to pretend that she is a coworker or client and respond as if one of those people asked the same question. She's not your friend, she's your roommate, all you have to do is maintain a working relationship.