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post #80131 of 86310

NO. backstage passes are earned, no bought.

post #80132 of 86310
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Originally Posted by double00 View Post

NO. backstage passes are earned, no bought.

I'm not one to judge, so if you're okay with swallowing Ozzy's knob, that's okay by me.

Imma gonna use the Amex concierge service instead so don't judge me.
post #80133 of 86310
Lol okay! Although for 5k hopefully somebody's gargling essence of piobaire.
post #80134 of 86310
So nice he typed it twice
post #80135 of 86310
I've had to say no to several family members and close friends to consign things this young year (mortgages, NYC apartment leases). It's the most awkward phone call ever.

But when someone is newly divorced and just doing the quick math you know that they can barely cover payments it's too much of a risk. It's less riskier to just "lend" out lumps of money, but that's just giving away fucking money.
post #80136 of 86310
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So....

I have an opportunity for a complete backstage pass with Black Sabbath. I mean, the whole deal. 5k.

Should I do it?

Okay, this was a drunk poast.
post #80137 of 86310
I just contributed to the anti-homosexual cause by eating at Chick-fil-A. I was asked if I wanted a "refill," and when I said, "thank you," the employee replied, "you're welcome." Given my hatred of service industry workers, I immediately reported him to the manager for not using proper CFA lingo.
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

I just contributed to the anti-homosexual cause by eating at Chick-fil-A. I was asked if I wanted a "refill," and when I said, "thank you," the employee replied, "you're welcome." Given my hatred of service industry workers, I immediately reported him to the manager for not using proper CFA lingo.


Did you get dat sandwich of chicken of spicy?

 

:bounce2:

post #80139 of 86310
Just the regular for me today. I alternate between the two. Variety is the spice of life and what not. I did get that kale superfood salad. I feel very super right now.
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I know I mentioned this before but a lot of times I don't like the feeling of my sleebs resting on my forearms try to push the sleebs up past my elbow they roll right back down to my wrist. I'm like "Goddammit!" I try again and again but I keep getting the same result like Sesselfuss or whatever.
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

I've had to say no to several family members and close friends to consign things this young year (mortgages, NYC apartment leases). It's the most awkward phone call ever.

But when someone is newly divorced and just doing the quick math you know that they can barely cover payments it's too much of a risk. It's less riskier to just "lend" out lumps of money, but that's just giving away fucking money.

Just tell them that your attorney told you never to co-sign on anything for anyone. In the alternative, maybe tell a little white lie and say that you're just about to buy something big on credit (like a car or investment property) so you need to have your credit as clean/clear as possible.

I've had several times when I've had to be the bearer of bad news to clients who didn't realize that by co-signing they became equally liable for the debt and that the creditor could come after them first, without even bothering with the poor 20-something.
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

I know I mentioned this before but a lot of times I don't like the feeling of my sleebs resting on my forearms try to push the sleebs up past my elbow they roll right back down to my wrist. I'm like "Goddammit!" I try again and again but I keep getting the same result like Sesselfuss or whatever.

Maybe get some fancy sleeve garters and snap them over the rolled-up sleebs. Perhaps you can find some with either contrasting lace or even some sort of fancy medallion.
post #80143 of 86310
People should know how huge a deal it is to ask another person to co-sign a loan. You're asking someone to take a risk with something that takes a lifetime to build, and can really fuck his shit up for a long time if things go wrong.

There's also probably a reason why you couldn't get that loan on your own
post #80144 of 86310
Remember that article from this week about the Millennials skipping out to Europe and leaving their parents stuck with their student loans? That's pretty much all I need to know about co-signing.
post #80145 of 86310
Having borrowed people and not gotten a cent back, I'm out of the letting you borrow/co-signing game for good.
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