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post #46576 of 64545
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post

Yeah I considered adding life insurance and it saves me a whopping 60 bucks a year on car insurance through the bundling discount.

A million in term life insurance will cost me 60 a month.. Considering I don't have kids, a mortgage, or wife, probably going to pass.
Seriously.

Turns out OTC is correct. I called them up and they said the liability gets split between the two cars.

Now I'm seriously considering buying an old ass civic or something off of Craigslist.

Are registration fees for a cheap car low enough that they don't cancel out your savings? It would be hilarious if they split the liability 50-50 if one was DNO, but perhaps their formula isn't sophisticated enough to account for that.

By the way, good catch OTC.
post #46577 of 64545
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

Are registration fees for a cheap car low enough that they don't cancel out your savings? It would be hilarious if they split the liability 50-50 if one was DNO, but perhaps their formula isn't sophisticated enough to account for that.

By the way, good catch OTC.

Well, I'd have to pay 6.25% in tax and a small registration fee, but I've considered having another small car with decent gas mileage anyway, so this whole cheaper insurance thing is just another factor to consider.
post #46578 of 64545
If I hear one more plebe order an "expresso"...ffffuuuu.gif
post #46579 of 64545
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

If I hear one more plebe order an "expresso"...ffffuuuu.gif

I can understand people not knowing the pronunciation when the product first became common in the US. "Expresso" is much more natural for a native speaker of American English, I'd assume. But the product has been widely available for quite a while now.
post #46580 of 64545
Buying a new VW key
post #46581 of 64545
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

Buying a new VW key
$700?
post #46582 of 64545
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

If I hear one more plebe order an "expresso"...ffffuuuu.gif

fawking plebs man, fawking plebs
post #46583 of 64545
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

fawking plebs man, fawking plebs

Who is the pleb here?

The guy who is considering buying another car for the insurance discount
or
The guy who is complaining about the price of a car key?
post #46584 of 64545
Who said I was buying a car for the insurance discount? Insurance...wtf is that...family comps that shit.

Sure, call me a pleb for not wanting to pay 400 USD for a key. Ill take that.
post #46585 of 64545
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

Who is the pleb here?

The guy who is considering buying another car for the insurance discount
or
The guy who is complaining about the price of a car key?

I vote both.
post #46586 of 64545
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

I can understand people not knowing the pronunciation when the product first became common in the US. "Expresso" is much more natural for a native speaker of American English, I'd assume. But the product has been widely available for quite a while now.

I become violent towards anyone that says exspecially.
post #46587 of 64545
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

speak to the professor in person about specifically what your concern is. Don't send an email only asking for partial credit. If you do send an email please ask to speak to the professor face to face about the exam, but not some rambling thing with your whole explanation. don't boast/complain to your friends/classmates if you do/don't get partial credit

I always asked for partial credit on things where I thought I could get it. I had the mentality to scratch and claw for any extra/deserved/sometime not really deserved extra points. In med school there would often be an exam review where the students could argue their side if a specific question had more than one correct answer, the question was ambiguous, or the answer/question was plain wrong. From there the prof could decide to either strike the question from the whole exam, or just award a correct point.
I got a B+. I ended up not emailing him, but now I want to even more. Like, "I don't know why you did it, but thanks for being a bro, bro." I didn't go to a single class a single time. My only interaction with the prof was to email him about office hours one day and then not show up.
post #46588 of 64545
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Originally Posted by riotior View Post

I got a B+. I ended up not emailing him, but now I want to even more. Like, "I don't know why you did it, but thanks for being a bro, bro." I didn't go to a single class a single time. My only interaction with the prof was to email him about office hours one day and then not show up.

Why doesn't this surprise me?

I wonder how L'Inc would feel about it now.
post #46589 of 64545
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

Buying a new VW key

I was missing my keys for half of yesterday and was thinking I would have to shell out a shitload of money for a new car key. I ended up finding them in the fridge in a plastic bag of spinach confused.gif
post #46590 of 64545
I'm expecting to have to shell some coin for my spare key. It doesn't work.

Hopefully it's just the battery that's dead.
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