12-24-2008 02:54 AM - edited 12-24-2008 02:56 AM
Ya... I know. You're probably thinking "But there's 7 more days left in 2008". Right? Yep, so very true. However, I can exercise some restraint So I say to all the CCCs that granted me credit this year, thank you! To the CCC who CLD'd me... namely Discover, I have forgiven you. I did hate you But I miss you more. There's an empty space in my credit card wallet that calls to you. Oh and Chase, yes I'm calling you out, I am very mad at you for closing my Circuit City account for non-usage
Seriously, this has been a good year for me as far as obtaining new credit cards. My goals for next year:
1) Zero cc apps!
2) Always PIF
3) Maintain activity on all 47 revolving accounts
4) Stop thinking about Discover
12-24-2008 03:32 AM
12-24-2008 03:33 AM
12-24-2008 10:52 AM
47 is not the correct number of accounts. What is the correct number, you may ask?
The answer is 42
12-24-2008 12:23 PM - edited 12-24-2008 12:24 PM
12-24-2008 12:35 PM
Why the hell would you have even 42 accounts?
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12-24-2008 02:14 PM
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