Monthly Archives: November 2012

Save Money: Debt is Dumb

THE neighbor has a white picket fence! And they bought a new 2014 model car that has all the bells and whistles. And their lawn is perfectly manicured. Look at the kids playing about on the front yard (or these … Continue reading

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Make Money: Selling, Scrapping, and Flipping

“WELL, what do you think the hobo’s are doing?” “I don’t know. They’re deranged?” – Newman in Seinfeld There is an apocryphal tale that’s winding around the smorgasbord of stories I’ve heard and collected over the years. It has to … Continue reading

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Save Money: Inflate Your Car’s Tires

YOU hear it endlessly on every news cast, every automotive repair shop’s walls, every website, and every place that talks about how to save money: Make sure that your car’s tires are properly inflated. Under-inflated tires rob your vehicle’s fuel … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks in 2012

I consider myself to have been saved on September 22, 2010. However, I only pursued the Lord in a lackadaisical fashion for some time after that. The turning point was about this time last year. I distinctly remember sitting in … Continue reading

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The Economic Case Against Barack Obama, Part Three

Osama Bin Laden is dead, and General Motors is alive. That sales pitch is likely what propelled President Obama to victory in Midwest states such as Ohio and Michigan. But how much credit does President Obama deserve for “keeping General … Continue reading

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