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Re: Did I hurt myself due to my "morals"?


InvincibleSummer2 wrote:

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I am impressed.  Comprehensive formal conversations between intelligent people.   Way different than facebook!


hahaha....i also discussed more personal matters with complete strangers on here than i do with close friends on facebook.


Me too.

But if we want it to be more FB-like, I could totally post a LOLcats photo or something. Just let me know :smileyhappy:


LOLcats....   Seriously??   or posts about freaking games.  That one drives me nuts!

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Re: Did I hurt myself due to my "morals"?

Amen to that!


Shogun wrote:

I am impressed.  Comprehensive formal conversations between intelligent people.   Way different than facebook!


 

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I just LOLed almost completely out of my chair....

 

 

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Re: Did I hurt myself due to my "morals"?

Confession: I considered bankruptcy. I've never told anyone. I have to be honest, it wasn't my morals that kept me from filing. It was my pride. I'm 30 and having to forever check the "yes, I've filed bankruptcy before" box horrified me! As I continue to pay down this debt, I know I've made the right decision. I need to pay off these debts to learn abouts the ills of my materialism. My debts are education and consumer. BK wasnt designed for me. One last confession: I wrote this on a newly acquired iPad. Consumerism dies hard. Good luck everyone!

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Re: Did I hurt myself due to my "morals"?


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Love it!!  :smileyhappy:


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