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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-07-2005, 02:44 PM Thread Starter
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This has to be a runner up for quote of the week.
I need to watch what I post on this forum How's it going for you out their?


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post #3 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-07-2005, 03:04 PM Thread Starter
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Things are good, I miss Chicago tons, but life here is not treating me bad at all. I get to go back to Chitown quite a bit, I just need a bike and I will be set. TONS of motorcycle riders here in MI but its 99% Cruisers. Speed limits are better 70 is a good cruising speed, that is the only thing that sucks about leaving Michigan

How are things with you, Besides applying the pressure at the wrong angle,

I think this is the 5th thread I hijacked this week... I need a

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Every thing is going good. I did dropped "more like got thrown off" my bike for the first time earlier this year at work. I purchased a new oem replacement cowling on ebay, but I'm debuting if i should put it on or not: since it's only some minor rash. I also had to replace both brake levers. Work is the same, nothing ever changes in the IT field. I'm going for my Real Estate License at this present time. I passed the class test with 100% and now it's on to the state test for licensing.


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That sounds cool. Real state is a good place. Just ask crazy, he tells me all the time that buying a house is the best investment there is

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That sounds cool. Real state is a good place. Just ask crazy, he tells me all the time that buying a house is the best investment there is
Don't buy a house. There are much better investments!

Houses are like a bank account that don't earn much interest and you have way to many expenses. That is what I learned in school today.
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Don't buy a house. There are much better investments!

Houses are like a bank account that don't earn much interest and you have way to many expenses. That is what I learned in school today.
What did the teacher tell you? He sounds stupid to me


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What did the teacher tell you? He sounds stupid to me
I don't want to open that one up again. I think I just agreed to disagree with him.
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This is so unfair, he is not even here to tell everyone how much you can make off investing on a house.

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