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Texas Background Records

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

Texas background records
Texas adjuster license and sealed juvenile record?

I have a sealed juvenile record (1 misdemeanor) will this stop me from obtaining an adjuster license in Texas? I know they do some in depth background checking, so I am a little worried.

I can’t say 100% but its unlikely. Even if they see it, a juvenile misdemeanor is often considered to be a ‘youthful indiscretion’ by most licensers/employers and would only affect you negatively if it was for something directly detrimental to the position (for example if it was an alcohol issue and you were trying to get a liquor license.

Texas People Public Records

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

Texas people public records
Eight random facts I bet you didn’t know?

At Disneyland they have hundreds of wild domesticated cats running around the park. They never come out during the day because there’s too many people, but the reason they’re there is to catch the mice.

The Bible is the number one shoplifted book in America.

Guinness Book of Records holds the record for being the book most often stolen from Public Libraries.

Every citizen of Kentucky is required by law to take a bath at least once a year.

Someone within 200 miles of your town claims to have had direct contact with a monster, ghost or other unexplainable being.

Beer is made by fermentation cause by bacteria feeding on yeast cells and then defecating. In other words, it’s a nice tall glass of bacteria waste.

A San Diego man sued the city for emotional trauma during a concert when he saw women using the men’s rest room.

The entire US population can fit in Texas’s boundaries.

I’m from Ky. never heard that law but I guess I better get off here and do it just in case, its been 364 days

Texas Official Public Records

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

Texas official public records
Have you ever made a typo that was just totally embarrassing….when called to your attention?

In the reports I type up for work we have to use a sentence alot that describes documents recorded at the Courthouse. It is something like this ” Official Public Records of ______ County, Texas.
My boss had his secretary call me, LOL because he was going over one and I had typed “Pubic” Records and of course spell checker didn’t pick it up because its a word,……

Nah, didn’t say too much, just his secretary said “Bill” noticed and said can you fix, we both laughed about it and “Bill” never mentioned it to me.

LMAO! I have to say that my typos haven’t been that funny!

I am a paralegal, so I know how embarassing something like that can be. Especially when everything is documented and made “pubic” record! OOops! I mean, “public record…” haha