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Too many low income people are more concerned about looking well off rather than being well off.
I voted no on school levies.
District where I live wants $750 Million in new property taxes to build 4 new schools and renovate 2 others.
Kids cant read their own diplomas but teachers need their own private bathrooms. More like lounges.
Earlier, it was, "What not to buy at a Dollar Store." A bit later it will be, "What not to buy at a Las Vegas brothel."
This one is silly, but it works:
Every US dollar bill has a letter on the left side that denotes where the bill was printed (B = New York, L = San Francisco, etc.). Pick a letter (maybe not B because there are a LOT of those) and every time you get a dollar bill with your chosen letter, put it away. After a few months you'll be surprised at the little pile if cash you'll have. Not enough to retire but enough for a meal out or something like that.
It will let you and your wife/other get your shopping ya ya's without over spending.
Plus there's actually a lot of good stuff at giveaway prices.
So it appears that in Italy you are tried for a crime repeatedly until
Logic that defies explanation.
I'll stay right here in the USA thank you.
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