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post #39091 of 66587
sorry Connie, that is horrible



I had a problem last week that required a remedy of eating more fiber. so I spent the weekend eating a lot of fiber. apperantly, a little too much fibder for the delecate balance that is my digestive system. this morning I pooped out stuff that might very well have been stuck to the walls of my guts since Regan was president. this wasn't really the effect I was looking for. I now feel weak.

fuck.
post #39092 of 66587
pics or gtfo

also, have a look at my sock combo today. inspired by you!
post #39093 of 66587
My rent check is going to bounce this month -- how embarrassing ...

I totally fucked up my cash flows this month and now I'm just barely short on cash after all my bills and credit card expenses were paid for. Definitely not going to liquidate any of my stocks to pay for this so I guess I'll have to suck it up and get hit with the bounce fees.

Dammit!
post #39094 of 66587
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post

My rent check is going to bounce this month -- how embarrassing ...
I totally fucked up my cash flows this month and now I'm just barely short on cash after all my bills and credit card expenses were paid for. Definitely not going to liquidate any of my stocks to pay for this so I guess I'll have to suck it up and get hit with the bounce fees.
Dammit!

So please tell me you're not a financial consultant.
post #39095 of 66587
I'm not.

I got overzealous and bought more shares of stock than I should have laugh.gif
post #39096 of 66587
Isn't that sort of the point of the credit card...you don't *have* to pay it all

Seems better than bouncing your rent check.
post #39097 of 66587
Yeah.. well all my bills get posted before my rent check and it wasn't until now that I just realized my rent was going to bounce.. otherwise I would have done as you suggested.

Oh well. Gotta pay a $100 fee but that's about it. If only I had bought one less share of AAPL.. dammit. I guess the silver lining in this scenario is that the ROI on my reckless investing covers the $100 penalty and more.
post #39098 of 66587
GF - you are a big boy now. gotta get that shit straight, son.
post #39099 of 66587
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Yeah.. well all my bills get posted before my rent check and it wasn't until now that I just realized my rent was going to bounce.. otherwise I would have done as you suggested.
Oh well. Gotta pay a $100 fee but that's about it. If only I had bought one less share of AAPL.. dammit. I guess the silver lining in this scenario is that the ROI on my reckless investing covers the $100 penalty and more.

Why wouldn't you sell a share of something? Trading fees are less than $100...

In the future, learn to keep a cash buffer that will pay at least 1 month's rent+utilities+CC. Hell--start charging yourself an overdraft fee if you ever drop below that (move your "fee" into savings or donate it to a charity..or send it to me) if it will keep you in line.
post #39100 of 66587
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post

My rent check is going to bounce this month -- how embarrassing ...
I totally fucked up my cash flows this month and now I'm just barely short on cash after all my bills and credit card expenses were paid for. Definitely not going to liquidate any of my stocks to pay for this so I guess I'll have to suck it up and get hit with the bounce fees.
Dammit!

So please tell me you're not a financial consultant.

No shit. Putting every available penny into the market is a pretty bad idea.
post #39101 of 66587
Am I the only one here whose bank offers overdraft protection?

If I overdraft my account, it hits a credit card automatically (and for free). Don't get me wrong, I'm not the type to overdraft my account, but it's a nice feature to have in case I do make a mistake.
post #39102 of 66587
Mrs. A. broke the dimmer switch on our bedroom chandelier just as we were going to bed - it still dims, but doesn't turn off completely. Time for me to learn some basic electrical repair!
post #39103 of 66587
MrG - i have that linked to my savings account, not a card. but as far as i know, they do charge a fee when that happens.
post #39104 of 66587
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post

Mrs. A. broke the dimmer switch on our bedroom chandelier just as we were going to bed - it still dims, but doesn't turn off completely. Time for me to learn some basic electrical repair!

careful! i know a guy who shocked himself across the room, messing with a chandelier.
post #39105 of 66587
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

Am I the only one here whose bank offers overdraft protection?
If I overdraft my account, it hits a credit card automatically (and for free). Don't get me wrong, I'm not the type to overdraft my account, but it's a nice feature to have in case I do make a mistake.

Man, I am big-tymz, bring a certain swagger to my financial dealings. I kill what I eat, ain't need no overdraft protection. FACT!
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