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BrokenSoldier244th

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Total posts:
1742
Profile views:
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Last seen:
03/21/17
Joined:
11/29/02
Lives in:
NE, us
Relationship status:
Married
About me:
US Army, 2000-2001 Injured during training exercise, discharged 2002. Father of 4 Married 12 years. I play acoustic guitar when I can, and am currently employed for a small NE software company. I graduated in May 08 with a 3.57 with my BS in Info Systems Management (voc rehab). I am rated 40% with Invertebral Disc syndroms,10% tinnitus, and 10% radiculopathy.
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Political views:
pretty liberal, fisc
Religious views:
don't ask
College:
Doane College 0, Information Systems Management/Sys. Analysis
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My Blog

While they can't lever VA disability directly, it is still 'incoming money' and they are quite free to lever the account that it is coming into, or the person to which it is owed, without the language of the garnishment actually saying "VA Disability". I don't believe, however, that those particular funds can be frozen, but you have to go to the bank and tell them that the funds are exempt-they, of course, will not do it for you and are quite happy to charge you a fee...
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My Hobbies

Reading Mil Sci Fi ( Ringo, Heinlein, Orson Scott Card, David Drake), playing acoustic guitar, reading tech blogs/geek news.

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