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Moved menmem's post to start its own thread. Subject: Two quick questions
09-12-2009 02:48 PM - last edited on 09-12-2009 05:00 PM by Scamp
MY credit score is bum- i am trying to find way to fix it. if you still have a copy of your execl sheet if you dont mind can you please email me the copy at [edited!]
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09-19-2009 09:09 PM
Guess that makes me a store clerk. (Soon to be promoted!)
09-20-2009 07:34 AM
a store clerk? thats all i am. lol
my wife thinks im a jerk now that i have taken over the checkbooks, and set us up on a balanced payment schedule. im not sexy anymore.
we burned over a 1000 a week before i got hurt at work, and have made it by on less than 500 while ive been out for almost a year. were did that other 500 a week go?
i never wanted to deal with paying bills. so i let her deal with it. she was already living on her own, and was in the banking business when i left the comfort of my mommy and daddys home to live with her. years past,4 kids later, i should have figured something was up. her and the kids all have nice things, and im still wearing the same pair of shoes ive owned for the last 6 years, along with some old raty t'shirts that are older than my credit history of 14 years.
if i can just get to fair with a hint of decent, i will be happy by this time next year. being principal/mayor of the peoples under me(my family) might involve some harsh decisions, but if thats what it takes, then ive started now by taking the big gulps and slushy machines out of the store.
i really do fill like a store owner/clerk. i get to use my kids to get all of my taxes back and live mostly tax free like most store and hotel owners.
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