My loan from China will be going directly to MasterCard the same day it's received. And I will be 100% debt-free by the middle of June for the first time in 30 years. Which means one or more major appliances will probably drop dead sometime in July. Yes, I am a pessimist...
Rich is right; your kids'll pay (double or more) for this if you don't. Dumbest public policy imaginable, we're basically down to 'pan et circenses' as an economic as well as a civil liberties policy. Ah well, whaddaya expect from that crowd.
Still I predict a big boost for Warmoth in the coming month.
nothing, it goes to my parents, and i have no say in the matter, ain't that grand.
if i did get to decide on what will be done with it, i would rather shoot myself in the foot. money has lost most value to me, i know the meaning of a dollar, and it ain't much.
RLW you know, bad luck comes in threes, so once you are debt free, you will need a new dishwasher, clothesdryer, and probably a new transmission, lawnmower will break anytime now too, PC is out dated and slow, so get one of those, gasoline is 4 bucks a gallon.
The good news, alcohol prices are steady, and plentifull (Cheers dbw)
I think he's saying he's gonna buy the dog with his rebate, not the sportster. Nice bike.
Personally, I plan to spend my rebate on 9 fill-ups of my station wagon. That way the money will come from the Chinese, through the federal bureaucracy, to a giant multinational oil company, and eventually into the hands of middle eastern governments who definitely have my best interests at heart. :help: :help: :help: :help: :help: :help: :help: :help: :help:
This is a brilliant plan for Bush, really benefiting all the important segments of American society!!!
I have a much more dubious plan, Tfarny, one that is so opposed to what the Admin has in mind that I will probably be labeled 'Un-American" for life: I'm going to put it into my savings. I'm such a jerk.