I tried to get a B&N discount card and was told that I needed to show my "homeschool license." Me: "There is no such thing." B&N: "Oh, yes. You must be licensed to homeschool in this state." Me: "I promise that's not the case." (and then I go onto outiine a couple of ways in which people can legally homeschool.) B&N: "Well, other people have come in and shown their license." Me: "I have no idea what it actually was that they were showing you, but it wasn't a "license." No homeschool license exists, nor do I have ANY paperwork from the state. I file something but they don't send anything back." And the conversation continued in circles until I got frustrated and left. I hate B&N. I'm okay with them needing some kind of official proof, but it has to be proof that exists!