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  1. If he/she had just paid off an account a month ago, for example, two months ago doesn't reflect the true situation. I have had that sort of situation work in my favor in the past, though.
  2. For a technology-based company to fail like this is VERY troubling.
  3. Ah, DNB. The used car salesmen of business credit information. I tell all of my clients (I am a business consultant) to simply go about focusing on operating their businesses, and not to fall for the sales tactics of Dun and Bradstreet. You may need to see a report in the future, but not now. The emails they have sent you are the equivalent of a dating site saying "Ahksana wants to meet you!" in my opinion.
  4. "Prison crowding? Who gives a !@#$? We slept three to a bed, and we didn't try to kill my father!"--old Chris Rock joke from early-to-mid 80s
  5. Most hippies and modern hipsters are phonies. Most.
  6. In the early nineties, there was a civil lawsuit where a guy sued a buffet-style restaurant for embarrassing him. They kicked him out and refunded his money. He said "they made a spectacle of me" or something to that effect. The judge said it's all you care to eat, not all you literally can stuff into yourself beyond shame. He threw the case out, and told him "you made a spectacle of your OWN SELF when you ate all that damn food!"
  7. Most people aren't worried about the credit card numbers getting out, they're worried about the totals getting out.
  8. I gathered from my conversation with a couple reps that they have people earmarked for certain product lines, and are very reluctant to step out of that established designation. O
  9. When you search "Huntington Bank" you shouldn't see things like the above-referenced article. But that's what you see. Tsk, tsk, tsk, Huntington. Now you are really going to cash his check, but times at least 10, and with YOUR money.
  10. If it truly is for living expenses, pay your bills ahead. If that represents three months of expenses, then pay that electric, gas, etc. ahead. Just one answer that isn't illegal.
  11. Ate two dinners today. About six, I had americanized Italian -- leftover spaghetti. At about nine, someone bought americanized Italian -- pepperoni pizza, so I had three slices. #Stuffed

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