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Auto Buyers Load Up on Record Amount of Loans
Mon Jun 2, 2014
We just moved back to the US from overseas. Bought a brand new car a few days ago on a 5yr loan, and payments in the low $300s. We put money down so didn't finance anywhere near the full amount. We're going to wind up paying less than $500 in interest over the life of the loan. We found this to be a …
A 'Cheap Date' in These Cities? Fuggetaboutit
Mon May 12, 2014
We currently live in Edinburgh, which is #3 on the list. We are going to see Godzilla this weekend, and tickets for 2 adults are equal to $42. That's without dinner, bus fare and candy/popcorn/soda. Cost of living is just one of several reasons why we are moving back home to the midwest in 2 weeks.& …
Pregnant on Opiates: When Following Doctors' Orders Breaks the Law
Fri May 9, 2014
In reply to: Shawn33mari3 #7 You obviously have no concept of what it takes to wean yourself off the addiction of heroin. I have no idea myself, but from little I've read, it's very dangerous. I would rather see a woman who knows she has a problem and is receiving help to get off the drugs be able t …
High Anxiety: Lean Out A Window 94 Floors Above Chicago
Wed May 7, 2014
No effing way!!
Vaping Electronic Cigarettes Gets Green Light in Some Offices
Wed May 7, 2014
If my company decides to allow this, I will be looking for another job. I don't care if there isn't a 'smell' from the vapors - the fact is, is that we honestly don't know what is being exhaled from these devices and I will not subject my lungs to it. No matter how you slice it, it's pollution, and …
Shortage of Farmers Creates 'Dangerous Situation' for U.S.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
I'd like to be a hobby farmer. Have 4-6 acres of land and grow some of our own veggies. Maybe if more of us did this, it would reduce the demand on the supply chain. I've always been a city girl, but as I've gotten older, something in me has changed. Guess I've become more of a survivalist, and …
'Nomadic Retirees' Sell Home to Travel the World
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Living overseas is stressful, there isn't any other way to put it. I'm living overseas in the UK, and you'd think there are plenty of similarities to make it easy, but you'd be wrong. Hubby and I are happy that we've made the decision to return back to the US next month, and stay there and put down …
'Frozen' out of the market, desperate parents pay thousands for Elsa dresses
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Wow! Seriously!? I'm sure when I was growing up there were little costumes that I would have like that I asked my parents for. But I can't honestly recall being disappointed that I didn't get one. I am not emotionally damaged from not having gotten a little costume when I was 7. Being pregnant with …
'Overwhelmed' moms choose NOT to be busy
Sun Apr 13, 2014
This is a topic on my mind, being pregnant with our first. I sincerely hope my OH and I can avoid falling into this trap. Yes, I would like our kids to be involved in a few extra-curricular activities, but I refuse to schedule every hour of every day for them. Like the example given in the article, …
Another College Student May Have Exposed Thousands to Measles
Mon Apr 7, 2014
In reply to: Jonathan Reid-1158169 #5 No one checks to see whether you've had any vaccinations before you get on a plane to go somewhere.
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