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Is anyone else as sick of MSN making us click thru several screens just to read an article on "10 uses for this" or "12 top this," etc? I have tendonitis in my wrists, which is worsened by typing. To read this article on 10 uses for credit cards, I had to click 12 TIMES...for 1 ARTICLE!!! Why do they make us do this? And, don't even get me started on people using this forum to try to find a mate...
The card has just enough tensile strength to bend around a slight corner normally blocking the way. This will only work on doors where the workmanship was cheap and unprofessional and usually (but not always) installed before the advent of credit cards.
This comment is cheap and unprofessional but factual. :)
Credit cards are only for people that understand how to use them. I only use credit cards to pay for what I need to live on. I never pay nterest on credit cards. A friend was going to put $7,000 down on a new car, but she knew how I use my cards for points, so she gave me the $7,000 and I put the down payment on my credit card. I had the $7,000 in my checking account , so I payed off the bill when I received it. Citi Card have some geat rewards, if you know how to use them. If you spend $700 in 3 months, they will give you $200 dollars in gift cards. About 5 months ago they had cards that you could get $600 and $400 back if you spend a certain amount in 3 months. I had about $6,000 in real estate taxes, so I sent for 4 credit cards and split my bills up among the cards. I payed off he cards when I received the bill. I have $900 worth of Home Depot and $650 worh of Wal Mart gift cards that I carry in my wallet that I have received from using my credit cards. I will receive another $200 gift card in about another month.. I was in Home Dept several weeks ago and purchased over $100 worth of items and never cost me one penny. I am going to use my $650 Wal Mart gift cards to purchase a new TV for the bed room.
With it having been reported before Christmas, 2011 that credit card debt had reached $13.2 trillion, it's no wonder this country is in deep financial trouble with an outlook that an economic recovery is never going to happen.
i saw a comercial for this device yesterday and the first thing that popped in my head was now the druggies can put their drugs on credit
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