This Renaissance Fair fan’s Mercury moment came shortly she attended an event in Panorama City and unwisely chose to park in front of the castle’s front gate. When the gate opened downward in order to provide a footbridge across the castle moat, it instead provided a means for a Renaissance mob to escape the structure: directly atop this fan’s car. Instead of debating issues of comparative negligence with her claims adjuster — perhaps with a sword — the damage to her car was repaired. Get a proposal and safe parking recommendations here.
Travelers’ use of the Sheltie and his bone, with the music and lyrics of Ray Lamontagne’s song Trouble, is nothing short of brilliant. We all have an item — a mere bone to others — that we hold near and dear, struggling to determine if the item would be safer locked away in a Century City bank or if we need to see it and reassure ourselves daily of its continued presence in our lives. What is there to do to quiet the incessant worry that dogs our sleep whether we’re canine or human? The purchase of an endorsement rider with our property insurance to cover especially unique items can quiet our concerns. Get a proposal here.
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