10-02-2012 07:00 AM
25 y/o but feel as though I'm 30!!! First home bought 2 years ago.
The only cards left that I want that I do not have yet are:
1. CSP Mastercard - I am really not in a rush to get this card. I have the Freedom and they gave me a low starting CL (but that was before I app'd for other revolvers).
2. Apple Barclay Card - I will get this card when I am ready for a new laptop. My Macbook works just fine, but when it goes I will get the card. I could pay it in full, but if I can get 0% and a decent CL (probably would have to be around 3k for the laptop) then why not.
10-02-2012 07:06 AM
I am the old man - 55! But act and feel like 35...
You're my mom's age. I told you i could be your son LOL
LOL! My two daughters keep me running! They are 19 and 16... BIG DRAMA queens!
10-02-2012 07:08 AM
Ray is one of our few with 'Baller' status ..Although he is paying for a college tuition right now.
$30k in so far, and two years to go from here.
I told my kids they need some skin in the game here so I am paying for year one and four. Both kids will pull student loans for years two and three. Of course, my wife and I will not let them fail but I think this is fair to them...
10-02-2012 07:15 AM
If youre doing year 1 and 4 for them you can do 2 and 3 for me. Works out perfectly, dontcha think?
LOL - where do I sign up?
10-02-2012 07:22 AM
your nearest Chase branch...you can just deposit the money ...or make me an AU on one of your cards xD
Haha - no Chase here in Minnesota. Sorry - - -
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