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  1. My goodness, Mary, thats a lot to spend EVERY TWO WEEKS! on nails. I have two clippers (one for my fingernails, the bigger one for my toenails) and I just cut the nails myself. Well, I am a guy but I didn't know that women spend that much to do nails. I must admit, some of those nails (ladies), look extra beautiful after they are done, but $80 EVERY TWO WEEKS ?????
  2. I think this observation is right on. Like you, I think the price of laundry equipment will get lower and lower, and access to them will become easier and easier, so I just cant see that people will pay more to do laundry, instead they should be paying less. Also who knows what technology might do to this industry. Perhaps the business will go the way of the Video rental stores. Not saying laundromats will vanish tommorow but your observations are cause for caution especially if one is thinking long term.
  3. lm26, can you direct me to a website, company, source etc where I can get more info on this business? Are you still planning on getting into it? Or are you in it already? Also I know ATM fees are approximately $1.50 to $2.00 per use, so one would need a lot of machines placed in a lot of locations to make significant money out of it. So the question of location will be very important. How, where do you get these locations. I have seen a couple in restaurants etc. Do you pay some kindda fee to the owner of the establishment? And the companies that remove and put back money in the machines, do
  4. direct, what kind of "information"? You have an example of such a site?, and if you and I mean the same "entertainment" I am thinking of, aren't there too many of those websites already?
  5. mary123, lm26, cubu, gregj,kia, and direct thanks for all the good ideas. Gives me much to think about.
  6. Hello all, I am considering purchasing a business, but I am not decided yet on what type of business to purchase. My main problem is that I am looking for a business that can be run as an ABSENTEE-OWNER BUSINESS, that is a business that will require very little involvement on my part to operate. Essentially a business that will be able to run on its own. I am looking for this type of business because I have very little time to spare from my day-to-day occupation. Needless to say that very few businesses can be run strictly on an absentee-owner basis. So I am having trouble coming up with s
  7. You can buy the golf sock. http://valerospecialtyshop.com/shopping_li...OC&MKT=M&SEQ=02 That's easier to hide.
  8. Sorry people, I mistakenly switched the states around. Here is the corrected list: NORTH CAROLINA City........ # of Stores BAKERSVILLE 1 BLOWING ROCK 1 CROSSNORE 1 LINCOLNTON 1 ROXBORO 1 SPRUCE PINE 2 SYLVA 3 WEAVERVILLE 1 NEW YORK City #........ of Stores AMITYVILLE 2 BALDWIN 3 BALDWINSVILLE 1 BELLMORE 2 BINGHAMTON 9 BRIDGEWATER 1 BROOKLYN 2 BUFFALO 3 CANANDAIGUA 1 CARTHAGE 1 COPIAGUE 1 EAST MORICHES 1 EASTPORT 1 ENDICOTT 3 FARMINGDALE 3 FISHKILL 1 FLORIDA 1 FORT PLAIN 1 FULTON 1 GLEN AUBREY 1 HAMILTON 1 HAN
  9. You can also use the card to purchase stuff from their online store. Check here: http://valerospecialtyshop.com/main.asp. They accept the Valero card for payment. This is a direct quote from their site: "We accept American Express, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, TOTAL, VALERO, Beacon or Diamond Shamrock credit cards." You can read more here: http://valerospecialtyshop.com/information.asp
  10. Valero has many locations in New York and North Carolina. But not sure about DC. Check here: http://www.valero.com/Retail+Marketing/StoreLocator/ NEW YORK City........ # of Stores BAKERSVILLE 1 BLOWING ROCK 1 CROSSNORE 1 LINCOLNTON 1 ROXBORO 1 SPRUCE PINE 2 SYLVA 3 WEAVERVILLE 1 NORTH CAROLINA City #........ of Stores AMITYVILLE 2 BALDWIN 3 BALDWINSVILLE 1 BELLMORE 2 BINGHAMTON 9 BRIDGEWATER 1 BROOKLYN 2 BUFFALO 3 CANANDAIGUA 1 CARTHAGE 1 COPIAGUE 1 EAST MORICHES 1 EASTPORT 1 ENDICOTT 3 FARMINGDALE 3 FISHKILL 1 FL
  11. Hello Magumpus, Did you say this to the salesman, or are you planning to say this to him? Is this some kindda letter you are composing to send to him?
  12. I dont know if you should have posted this story. Sometimes its best to let sleeping dogs lie...
  13. Akai, Remember I said that a roommate is someone who lives with you (permanently on your invitation). And that a roommate does not pay rent, and does not sign a lease. And that although a roommate may share some expenses with the primary tenant, the roommate has no obligation to pay any rent to any landlord because a roommate has no landlord, and that a roommate has no lease. All that a roommate enjoys is an invitation to reside in the premises, and a “license” to enter and use the premises indefinitely. The primary tenant who granted the roommate that invitation/license, can revoke it at
  14. Hello Doug, I have written a long response in answer to the questions and the issues you raised in this thread because you have helped a lot of people here and you have always been forthcoming with information. That is something to be admired and appreciated and so I don’t mind taking a few minutes (or two) to offer my own opinion and suggestions in this matter. OK. First you have to get the legal relationships straight. This person is not your roommate, he is a co-tenant . A roommate is someone who lives with you (permanently on your invitation). A roommate does not pay rent, and
  15. Does anyone know of any board/forum (similar to Credit Boards) where the focus is on short-term trading in the stock market, or trading in particular stocks? Any info/links appreciated. Thanks. * Dont know if this is appropriate to ask here, but if it is not, I apologize to the moderators. * ONE.
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