Monthly Archives: July 2007

Life insurance math question

I’ve been struggling with this for a while.  Maybe someone can help me out. I have a life insurance policy that has a cash value of $14,000.  Every year my the cash value of this policy goes up by $1,000.  … Continue reading

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$2.5 million dollars doesn’t buy alot these days

I spent the day in Houston looking at apartment buildings.  Apartment buildings, like single family homes very greatly in quality, style and condition.  Remember when you went shopping for homes in a certain price range and you’d go into a … Continue reading

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Turning $1 into $1,000: A Poker Goal – update #7

It’s been a while since I’ve made a poker update.  That’s because I haven’t played that much in the past 3 weeks.  On June 25th I played 20,000 hands.  Today is July 16th and I’ve played only 7,000 hands since.  … Continue reading

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Heading to Houston

I’m flying out to Houston today to look at a few apartment complexes.  The goal of the trip is to get a feel for the neighborhoods and an idea of what you get for your money. Sorry for the short … Continue reading

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First day of my new job… sort of

I began volunteering for a cooking school yesterday.   I no longer volunteer at the zoo because I moved 50 miles away from it.  One of my huge weaknesses is cooking.  I’ve taken a few cooking classes in the past and was … Continue reading

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Rental home in Avondale Arizona

I have a home available for rent in Avondale. To see more pictures and get more information please visit my Avondale rental home website. Update: Home has been rented

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Awakenings

I read about Rich Twin Poor Twin on John Chow’s blog yesterday.  They recently got banned from Google Adsense and estimated a loss of around $200,000.  I continued to read a few of their posts and I really liked their … Continue reading

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