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post #106 of 169
Wow Mike, I like your style. It matches mine.
post #107 of 169
i don't understand why you would pay for something in cash when you could charge it. if you can pay in cash, presumably you could pay for it at the end of the month. it doesn't cost you any more b/c you're paying off the balance each month and if you lose yoiur card you call and cancel it, wehreas if you lose your cash, it's gone. just my 2 cents
post #108 of 169
It only shows you are poor if you try and put off payments. Also there are certain taxation related benifits
post #109 of 169
How does it show as being poor by "putting off" payments? I know the store I shop at might as well not even have a cash register b/c everyone uses a card there. i understand if you're "financing" a Kiton jacket that ends up costing $700 more in interest payments, but i just don't feel comfortable carrying around $1,000 in cash.
post #110 of 169
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(imageWIS @ 24 June 2004, 08:19) Troll, what is your point? Jon.
His point seems to be that you are a poor, insignificant, nuisance. How dare you even question such greatness. Now, grab your shovel and get back to work. Stop playing around with the big-boys.
LOL. Unfortunately for Das Fuhrer, I will not submit. Jon.
post #111 of 169
I was going to try to avoid any more posts in this thread, but kalra - you are definitely in need of some remedial English lessons.  Most of your criticisms of Jon's grammar make no sense whatsoever.   For example, you suggest that he should have started the very first post on this thread "Therefore, I go to Neiman's on Saturday..."  "Therefore" is used to introduce a logical conclusion or consequence of previously stated facts; it makes no sense to start a statement with "therefore" when there is nothing preceding it.   Also, I read a lot of British magazines, newspapers, etc., and I have never seen the spelling "damm."
post #112 of 169
Stu, It is up to you, please see my edit aswell above though. The whole point of a credit card is so that people can pay for things when able, and as wages are usualy paid at the end of each month, that is why the crdit card bill comes then aswell, get my point?
post #113 of 169
Calling me Hiltler, now that realy is low.
post #114 of 169
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It only shows you are poor if you try and put off payments. Also there are certain taxation related benifits
You are worried about tax? Someone with that much money should not worry about tax. I mean, what is a few million dollars in tax compared to over 4000 million in the bank? I pay my CC's every week. I will spend $15 on my card and make a payment that very day; I hate to carry a balance. CC's are however quite handy. Jon.
post #115 of 169
Perhaps you should address the issue of Old Testament before you leap into deeper waters.
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Also, I read a lot of British magazines, newspapers, etc., and I have never seen the spelling "damm."
I doubt you have ever seen damm or even damn written in a newspaper or magazine. WHO LIVES IN ENGLAND- NOT YOU. Your view on the use of therefore is wrong. learn before you speak.
post #116 of 169
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You are worried about tax? Someone with that much money should not worry about tax. I mean, what is a few million dollars in tax compared to over 4000 million in the bank? I pay my CC's every week. I will spend $15 on my card and make a payment that very day; I hate to carry a balance. CC's are however quite handy. Jon.
Limited brains = limited money, taxation is a % of your income, it hits me as hard, if not harder than it hits you.
post #117 of 169
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Calling me Hiltler, now that realy is low.
Well, you want total submission, push violence, and have a flawed ideology. It's not like the comparison is far off. Jon.
post #118 of 169
You say you have worldly knowledge. You may have realised that in England people do not take well to bluntness, as is common in the states. In addition, you then wonder why I become supercilious towards you.
post #119 of 169
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You are worried about tax? Someone with that much money should not worry about tax. I mean, what is a few million dollars in tax compared to over 4000 million in the bank? I pay my CC's every week. I will spend $15 on my card and make a payment that very day; I hate to carry a balance. CC's are however quite handy. Jon.
Limited brains = limited money, taxation is a % of your income, it hits me as hard, if not harder than it hits you.
Actually violence is the attribute of an inferior mind. But, I would expect you to understand or properly contribute. Jon.
post #120 of 169
OK - This thread has gotten really silly. I'm sorry that I asked about the credit cards now, I was just curious since I was not familiar with them. And, since I've always felt that NM is overpriced, I've never actually bought anything there, so I don't really care about their credit card policy. On the other hand, we did buy a dress for my wife at the NM Last Call outlet a few years ago, and while I may be recalling this incorrectly, I do believe that the store takes Visa. So apparently, the exclusivity of the regular store goes away when we get to a store that sells stuff at prices that the majority of us can afford. This differentiation makes me believe that NM knows what they are doing by limiting the cards they will take at their flagship locations. Bradford
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