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Re: FYI: Save money on gas with your Walmart Cards!


webhopper wrote:

ROFL.  My husband is definately unique. He would be a likely star of Doomsday Preppers as well. He has about 10 yrs worth of ammo stockpiled, and he has about 50 different firearms. He was a sergeant in the USMC and somehow figured out how to wire up their whole base with electricity from generators and installed AC units which were "borrowed" from the army. This earned him the "NAVY AND MARINE CORPS ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL RIBBON" 

 

He has an engineers mentality and he loves a challenge. He is also very crazy and fun to be around. He takes good care of me, like my own personal bodygaurd / housekeeper / cook. He does most of the cooking and cleaning.

 

He doesn't like credit cards, but I talked him into getting the NFCU platinum card. I'm thinking of talking him into the Wal Mart store card or discover as well, so that he has two individual tradelines reporting.  We paid off his jeep in march, so he only has one tradeline, which is the credit card. He is AU on my Chase, Amex, and Discover cards. He refused to be added to my NFCU cash card... because he says there is no point and he doesn't even carry any of the other cards in his wallet except for the Amex and his Platinum MC.


Thank him for his service from me!

 

He does sound like a "good ole boy" for sure...a lot of the same interests as me, but my wife enjoys the convienences of city livin' and we both work downtown, but I told her the next house we buy will have acreage and NO neighbors to see me pee in my backyard!

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Re: FYI: Save money on gas with your Walmart Cards!


j_casteel wrote:

webhopper wrote:

ROFL.  My husband is definately unique. He would be a likely star of Doomsday Preppers as well. He has about 10 yrs worth of ammo stockpiled, and he has about 50 different firearms. He was a sergeant in the USMC and somehow figured out how to wire up their whole base with electricity from generators and installed AC units which were "borrowed" from the army. This earned him the "NAVY AND MARINE CORPS ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL RIBBON" 

 

He has an engineers mentality and he loves a challenge. He is also very crazy and fun to be around. He takes good care of me, like my own personal bodygaurd / housekeeper / cook. He does most of the cooking and cleaning.

 

He doesn't like credit cards, but I talked him into getting the NFCU platinum card. I'm thinking of talking him into the Wal Mart store card or discover as well, so that he has two individual tradelines reporting.  We paid off his jeep in march, so he only has one tradeline, which is the credit card. He is AU on my Chase, Amex, and Discover cards. He refused to be added to my NFCU cash card... because he says there is no point and he doesn't even carry any of the other cards in his wallet except for the Amex and his Platinum MC.


Thank him for his service from me!

 

He does sound like a "good ole boy" for sure...a lot of the same interests as me, but my wife enjoys the convienences of city livin' and we both work downtown, but I told her the next house we buy will have acreage and NO neighbors to see me pee in my backyard!


:smileyvery-happy: and here i thought i was the only one still doing that..LMAO



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Re: FYI: Save money on gas with your Walmart Cards!


gettnthere wrote:

j_casteel wrote:

webhopper wrote:

ROFL.  My husband is definately unique. He would be a likely star of Doomsday Preppers as well. He has about 10 yrs worth of ammo stockpiled, and he has about 50 different firearms. He was a sergeant in the USMC and somehow figured out how to wire up their whole base with electricity from generators and installed AC units which were "borrowed" from the army. This earned him the "NAVY AND MARINE CORPS ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL RIBBON" 

 

He has an engineers mentality and he loves a challenge. He is also very crazy and fun to be around. He takes good care of me, like my own personal bodygaurd / housekeeper / cook. He does most of the cooking and cleaning.

 

He doesn't like credit cards, but I talked him into getting the NFCU platinum card. I'm thinking of talking him into the Wal Mart store card or discover as well, so that he has two individual tradelines reporting.  We paid off his jeep in march, so he only has one tradeline, which is the credit card. He is AU on my Chase, Amex, and Discover cards. He refused to be added to my NFCU cash card... because he says there is no point and he doesn't even carry any of the other cards in his wallet except for the Amex and his Platinum MC.


Thank him for his service from me!

 

He does sound like a "good ole boy" for sure...a lot of the same interests as me, but my wife enjoys the convienences of city livin' and we both work downtown, but I told her the next house we buy will have acreage and NO neighbors to see me pee in my backyard!


:smileyvery-happy: and here i thought i was the only one still doing that..LMAO


lol...nope!

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Re: FYI: Save money on gas with your Walmart Cards!


j_casteel wrote:

gettnthere wrote:

j_casteel wrote:

webhopper wrote:

ROFL.  My husband is definately unique. He would be a likely star of Doomsday Preppers as well. He has about 10 yrs worth of ammo stockpiled, and he has about 50 different firearms. He was a sergeant in the USMC and somehow figured out how to wire up their whole base with electricity from generators and installed AC units which were "borrowed" from the army. This earned him the "NAVY AND MARINE CORPS ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL RIBBON" 

 

He has an engineers mentality and he loves a challenge. He is also very crazy and fun to be around. He takes good care of me, like my own personal bodygaurd / housekeeper / cook. He does most of the cooking and cleaning.

 

He doesn't like credit cards, but I talked him into getting the NFCU platinum card. I'm thinking of talking him into the Wal Mart store card or discover as well, so that he has two individual tradelines reporting.  We paid off his jeep in march, so he only has one tradeline, which is the credit card. He is AU on my Chase, Amex, and Discover cards. He refused to be added to my NFCU cash card... because he says there is no point and he doesn't even carry any of the other cards in his wallet except for the Amex and his Platinum MC.


Thank him for his service from me!

 

He does sound like a "good ole boy" for sure...a lot of the same interests as me, but my wife enjoys the convienences of city livin' and we both work downtown, but I told her the next house we buy will have acreage and NO neighbors to see me pee in my backyard!


:smileyvery-happy: and here i thought i was the only one still doing that..LMAO


lol...nope!


I was raised on twenty acres in the middle of NOWHERE.

that being said, he gets his country fix by going out to the lease where there are no houses nearby. Our neighborhood has really large lots, like 1 - 3 acres each. While its not "city livin"  its rural but you can't go pee off the porch.

 

That being said, lets hear it for a great gas discount :smileywink:  before the mods approach us for being off topic :smileysad:


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Re: FYI: Save money on gas with your Walmart Cards!


Jlu wrote:
Damn no Walmart gas stations in MA,

I'm in MA too and that's unfortunate that wally doesnt have a gas station. I know Nashua NH has it and thats about 30 minutes from me.




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Re: FYI: Save money on gas with your Walmart Cards!

Im im MA too and only been to walmart once. It was full of gangmembers just chilling at the parking lot and asking for money. Everything was on the floor inside the store, people eating while shopping using the clothes in the.rack to wipe their hands...never went back lol
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Re: FYI: Save money on gas with your Walmart Cards!

^LOL ew.

 

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Re: FYI: Save money on gas with your Walmart Cards!

Well darn!

 

Just got an email from Walmart and it's only a 5 cent discount in Oklahoma and Minnesota. Not sure why...maybe we're below the national average or something. 

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dont forget 857!
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Re: FYI: Save money on gas with your Walmart Cards!


jsickz32 wrote:
Im im MA too and only been to walmart once. It was full of gangmembers just chilling at the parking lot and asking for money. Everything was on the floor inside the store, people eating while shopping using the clothes in the.rack to wipe their hands...never went back lol

LOL, which one were you in, Lynn ??





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