So, it's been almost 16 months since I returned to Deathstar Medical Torture and Anal Rape Billing (against my wishes, but recommended by my former doctor), 11 months since I filed for bankruptcy, 7 months since my debts were discharged, and of course they're still attempting to bill for healthcare inflicted on me during June of last year. So I contacted my lawyer, let her know I've told them and their various collection agencies that the court has discharged my debts, and she's evaluating the situation to see if it would be worthwhile to file a claim against them. I like how any regular jackoff like me who ignores court orders gets arrested and fined or jailed, but for wealthy hospitals we have to take them to court so the court can order them to obey the court's previous orders. I'm not optimistic. The hospitals know how to work the system better than anyone, along with working the old "We can't provide proper inexpensive healthcare because the mean old public is always successfully suing us for no reason" pity ploy.
And in other bankruptcy news, the economy and changes in credit laws have made it harder than in previous years to get credit approval after filing, which sounds logical until you consider that a) I have a history of paying my bills on time, and b) unlike most of you, I can't declare bankruptcy on anyone for another 9 1/2 years. Also I've heard reports of people who filed years ago and have been using credit responsibly and paying their bills on time are increasingly being denied credit. Just a little something to consider in case I've made filing sound like a grand adventure. Fortunately I have a shiny new car (with a lousy credit company that has already sent two letters informing me that they will be sharing my personal information with everyone the law allows) and three rejections for an auto loan and no need to find a new apartment, so I'm good for the time being.
And to make up for sharing potentially useful information with you, here is a bunny.
Hwang Mi Hee (황미희), 28 yo K-bunny.