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...up standing back next to me, leans onto the bed of the truck, and tells me he has given it a great deal of thought, but he will take it. The he asks, "do we have a deal"? Deal? What deal? What did I miss? Was I making some kind of deal? Take what? He explained he came prepared with an offer and cash. He came to deal. He came to get this old truck. He wasn't going to take no for and an answer. I don't know what to think about this whole thing. I didn't know I was selling the truck. Did I ever mention it might be for sale to anyone. No, I would remember wanting to sell this truck. What... (more)
I hit the streets today to find clues on the drug network. How it works, where to help and how to stop it at it's roots.
It had been a brisk day here in Sydney, out I went. The radio song I noted was she's all dressed up and knocking on your door. That was describing me, I was going out to knock on the doors where maybe the police hadn't been.
Well if they didn't know about it they don't look. They seem to be behind, the front line.
Out and about just walking around I was talking to the people on the ground. They would notice my scorpion. I was getting to be known... (more)
... have to leave a larger deposit and provide pages of documentation to rent a car without a credit card. The net effect of that changing system is that as we grow increasingly distrustful of and dissatisfied with our financial institutions, we also grow increasingly dependent on them. Our use of cash declines every year, with a projected additional drop of $101 billion annually by 2015. It definitely takes more work to operate in cash, but “it’s harder” is a far cry from “I have no choice.”
Recently, in the wake of Bank of America’s announcement that it will soon begin... (more)
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