My birthday’s on sunday, so it’s time for new tabs on our vehicles. I had the little papers they sent me in the mail, and in past years I’ve noticed that 10am is a good time to go. It’s after the pre-work crowd is gone, and before the lunch crowd gets there.
Today I got there at 10:15, just as Roundabout was starting on the radio. So sad. I headed in, saw there was no line, but there were two women behind the greeter counter. I went up and said I needed new tabs for my plates, and one woman went over and stood by the express line which had no-one in it. The lady behind the counter checked a couple things and sent me over to the express line.
I handed her my papers, whipped out the checkbook and started making out the check. By the time the check was written, she was done and I had my tabs. Out I went, in time to hear the end of Roundabout.
I was literally in there less than 60 seconds. Happy day.
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Next time you’re in there, ask them why I, a 24-year old who grew up on a lake, needs to take boaters’ safety to operate a wave-runner. Silly laws 🙂
wow. that was a truly amazing feat. i’m glad you documented it and happy early birthday!
Of course it must be noted that the song “Roundabout” is 8 minutes and 35 seconds long (or so says iTunes)… Which I’ll grant you is incredibly fast for the Secretary of State….