This is excellent, thanks for sharing.
I bet these commuters on the 101 did Nazi that plane coming.
It depends on where you are on the scale. Some lenders consider 670 subprime and that isn’t a terrible score if you are 660, and move to 680 that can help a lot, even prime scores just shy of 700 once over the line can make a serious difference.
My kids love the rides/arcade on the boardwalk. But after a few rides and games, we say - “Well we are out of tickets today, we will have to come back another day when we get more.” They don’t know we have a refillable card, that will pretty much last all summer.
Hey man, I tried to respond to a comment on my post but Kinja wasn’t having it. Anyway, it seems you sell some cars, hit me up and let me know your location and the brands you carry. Maybe I can send you some customers - firstname.lastname@example.org
+2 well thought out
But you would also have to buy off the city council in his area of Michigan so he doesn’t become that guy who has to sell 50 Jeeps in a month because they have taken over his land.
+1 for wanton destruction of Ferraris -1 for wanton destruction of the environment. But good creativity.
I love this idea.
But those are not as tasty
... never to be consumed by one person in one sitting
I just put in “Car Loan Calculator” into a Google search. Pops right up.
No one is forcing anyone to buy something they can’t afford. And I’m not talking about predatory practices from lenders or shady dealers, that is a whole other story.
I don’t know if I buy that. There are tons of good cars from a variety of brands and a variety of price points that will work for most people.
That is an excellent question and honestly, it’s a case by case basis. But 10% is a nice conservative figure to keep you from being over your head.
Shop around and compare quotes. But keep in mind the markup on the Fit is small, so don’t expect several thousand off.
This sounds like a good brew, too bad it’s not available down near me. For folks in the PA/NJ region looking for a good craft Pils try Flying Fish’s Onshore Lager. It’s a great “easy beer” that goes with pretty much anything, but still has flavor. Also, some of the proceeds go towards keeping our waterways clean.
Ding, ding....we have a winner. I swear there is some Black Ops site somewhere and we feed the subjects plates of Necco wafers and wait for them to crack.
According to David, Roxor’s start at 15k so a bit over budget.
That is one nice truck.