Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Licentiousness

It was a sad day when I had to trade in my driver's license.

A Colorado ID is all I've ever known. I never had to change it, even throughout college and the military.














But as of today, I am an official New York driver, resident and voter. It's a bittersweet moment.

3 Comments:

Anonymous nate said...

That hairline's not moving, Brandon. As a fellow thinner, I am growing suspicious of any preventive measures that may be giving you an unfair advantage.

7:22 PM  
Blogger Brandon Fibbs said...

The hell it's not! The magic of a bad photo and a comb!

10:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know the feeling Brandon -- I recently traded my Colorado license to finally become an official Washingtonian, and I too felt pangs of sadness at saying goodbye to the only ID I've ever known (there was a brief moment of silence to mourn the passing document). My ID is now Washington, my license plates are now Washington -- it's like my past has been erased!

I quickly recovered though when I learned my Colorado driving record did not follow me to Washington. My slate has been wiped clean, and affordable car insurance is mine once again!

-Josh

10:44 AM  

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