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  1. Note: Not really a credit related question....more of a question on wording in a divorce. OK legal eagles (and even those that have stayed at a Holiday Inn Express) When a divorce decree says something to the effect of "The Husband shall be responsible for and pay to the satisfaction of each creditor the indebtedness owed on any credit card accounts held in his name." (same provision for the wife). To me, this means any credit card that he (or she) is the primary card holder of and includes debts made from a AU. In other words, I would be responsible for any credit cards I took out under my name and my credit history, and I would be responsible for any debts for people I put on the card as an authorized user. Someone else argued that if an AU has their name on a card, that they will be responsible for the debt made on that card even if they are not a co-owner of the account. To which I called BS. So what says the collective wisdom of the gen discussion board?
  2. I thought the veggie whopper tasted rather good. But I think I will stick to real meat (when I eat it). For those that are vegetarian out of choice, it will make for a decent trip to Burger King. But I limit my meat (and a lot of other things) due to my health and the Impossible whopper is just as bad for me (maybe even worse) than a regular whopper.
  3. hmmm, my doctor tried to give me the shingles shot the last time I was in (Late October/early November I think) but changed his mind and gave me a tetanus shot and a steroid shot. (I had a bad sinus infection, which was the reason for the visit) But since he ordered it, I am presuming they had them.
  4. Ok, I'm a little bit confused. I have had Office 365 Home for several years now. I was under the impression that it could only be put on 5 computers. But on reading something, it says I can share with 5 other household members and they can put it on their multiple devices.... So is it 5 devices total between all users? Or each user can put it on 5 devices?
  5. Technically, you are supposed to (yourself) pay sales tax to the state on internet purchases that don't charge tax. Example, I buy something on newegg and they don't charge me tax. It is up to me to report it and pay my state's sales tax (even the local taxes). Of course, few people do that. Amazon started adding tax some time back...in a way it is only fair for other online retailers to be required to do the same.
  6. to be fair though...feral kittens in the vicinity of wherever the raccoon lived (before capture) are just as likely to have rabies. So maybe is should be Neither Raccoons NOR kittens.
  7. um...It was unclear, were the 5 men having sex with the 85 year old woman? That is actually how it sounds...but I am figuring that it was 3 separate couples at different times/locations. Orrrrrrrr...who knows, I guess senior orgies could be a thing. (but definitely not something I would want to see)
  8. Well, to be honest here, I have worn underwear for more than a day. (Like weekends or whenever it is that I don't take a shower.) I also don't toss my underwear every 6 months. Americans tend to be hypersensitive to the concept of hygiene these days. Just think, less than 100 years ago, folks would be doing good to get a bath once a week. Clothing was worn until it was dirty (or smelly). Granted, underwear is a special case, and should be changed daily because...well...we tend to accumulate, er, bodily fluids, there (women, more so than men...unless the man is looking at skin mags or anything that makes them aroused.) You also tend to sweat more profusely there if it is hot or you are doing a lot of manual labor. All I am saying is that wearing your underwear more than a day isn't going to kill you. Yes, you should change it daily...but if you get off work Friday, change into your lounge wear, and just hang around the house all weekend, not taking a shower or changing your drawers....it ain't gonna kill ya.
  9. hmmm, that's a good idea. I was planning on shopping for a new card anyway.
  10. Thanks all. The issue wasn't "savings" per-se, (since it is 0% finance) the issue is more the lower monthly payment. A lot of changes going on in my life and I am trying to keep my recurring monthly payments down. I think I'll try to keep this one a little bit longer....a penny saved and all that.
  11. Of course it isn't in their FAQs. I might need a new phone before birthday or xmas rolls around. I don't have the dosh to pay for it outright....although I do have some I can put down on it. Does anyone know if they will take a down payment to lower the monthly bill? For example, I want the S10+ with 512 gb at $1250. (yes, I am groaning as well) But I want to put several hundred down on it to bring down my monthly amount due. Will they do that? I could just put it on a CC....but hey, that 0% interest is nice.
  12. When we had the house built, we installed a "built in" microwave (Dacor DMT2420s with trim kit). Well, ye ole microwave has bit the dust. I want to place another microwave there. I see the same microwave model is still available but it says counter top. so are these microwaves the same with just the addition of the trim kit which adds ventilation and seamless built in look? Or is there something different about them? If the microwave style is the same, could I find another (*cough*, *cough*, cheaper) microwave with the same dimensions and place it in the cabinet with the existing trim kit?
  13. Oh, In the end...they did take the power of attorney. (go figure) So now I am waiting on the check. (after the title clears from the bank) I wish it had been totally paid off. (There was $4k still owed on it) I could have sold it myself and gotten a few $K more. But truthfully, I didn't want the hassle.
  14. Got tired of having to drive (or tow ) 150 miles for maintenance/repairs. So a couple of years ago he went to the Chevy dealer to look at a TRUCK (used, at that) and drove away with a brand new Stingray.

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