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Quote: Originally Posted by Texasmade My grad school rates are currently locked at 4.22%. So the same loan programs are available for Grad as under grad?? That's a good rate. I may look into refi for mine.
Quote: Originally Posted by rach2jlc Wow... that sounds scary. I think I may do a round of password changes, too. Just to be sure. I guess I've never really thought about how easy it would be for some scammer to transfer money to themselves if they got your paypal password... Sorry, too late. I'm off to Rome with your Pot-of-Gold...
Are you preparing to go on a Mass-Killing Spree???
Quote: Originally Posted by Texasmade I think I read somewhere that student loan interest rates are locked at 4.22%. You're thinking of undergrad... Grad int rates are much higher.
For most the Christmas season is filled with nothing more than unrealisticly high expectations that are impossible to fulfil... Like Jack Nicholson said" You're an embarrassment to Depression"...
Just bought a few Black Fleece shirts, Pebble Grain Chukkas and Sweaters... And who "Stole" the 2 other sweaters I've been waiting on? lol... Merry Christmas All!
Quote: Originally Posted by Tarmac Not only do you waste gucci rep's time, now you come here and waste our time. What are you doing next? Going to AAAC and posting "so I started this thread over at Styleforum about gucci and they reamed me hard"? Then he'll go on a Gay Porn forum and post pics of the "Reaming"...
Quote: Originally Posted by stylemeup What is the best way to lose weight from my face specifically? I'm 29, 5'9 and I weigh about 170 - 175 lbs. I am ok with my weight everywhere else on me, but I'm not ok with the weight of my face specifically. Over the years it gradually got fatter and fatter and now my face look huge and pudgy, which I find to be totally unacceptable. What is the best thing I can do to lose weight from my face...
Quote: Originally Posted by tiecollector Would anyone be willing to link me affordably (less than $100, under $50 even better) to items I can use to assemble a barebones, basic detailing kit? Try this: Not the best but a good start: 22pc Detailing Kit w/ Mothers® Products http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.aspx?Prodid=11044451&whse=BC&Ne=5000001+4000000&eCat=BC|3960|62754|62756&N=4018440...
I tried their sweaters last year, very disapointing. I will NOT shop there again.
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