He talks about it there, but I thought he mentioned his plan for
fraudulent registration a good while back. I found some of Mr.
WhoYaKidding's mockery of the idea from several weeks ago, but I can't
find the original statement in which Wieber said he intended
fraudulently to register it as a motor home or RV.
On Sun, 5 Nov 2017 09:21:31 -0800, Russell Walkner
In the event of an accident, a normal person driving with fraudulent
insurance would have to worry about risking everything they've worked
their entire life for. But in Wieber's case, he has nothing to lose.
Just one more example of him thumbing his nose at personal
responsibility. And one more deal breaker for anyone who might have
considered hiring him.
I wonder if AAA will tow Hotel Econoline home when Wieber gets busted
with a load of junk in his "RV." <chuckle> They'll probably tow it
and then send him a giant bill along with their notice of
cancellation. Looking forward to another of his whining pity party
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