Monthly Archives: September 2007

Is pet insurance worth it? Revisited

Last year I wrote a post titled, Is Pet Insurance Worth it?  My conclusion at the end of the post was that pet insurance was not worth it.  However, last Sunday my husky was diagnosed with Immune mediated hemolytic anemia … Continue reading

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Some more experiences in home buying

I’m thinking of selling one of my rental homes.  It is currently empty and I haven’t had many showings.  One of the things that I usually do before I list my homes is to check out the competition.  So I … Continue reading

Posted in Real Estate | 7 Comments

The BIG IDEA with Donny Deutsch

One of my favorite shows on TV is the BIG IDEA with Donny Deutsch on CNBC.  For those who don’t watch the show, it is a talk show which talks mainly about business.  In my opinion, their best shows are … Continue reading

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Win a $50 BestBuy Gift Card

Ultimate Kilimanjaro, a company that provides custom climbs for Mt. Kilimanjaro is sponsoring a new contest.  The contest winner will get a $50 gift card to Best Buy. It’s easy to enter this contest.  All you have to do is write a short … Continue reading

Posted in LIVE | 29 Comments

One trick pony

My friend SteveO made a post about being a one trick pony on the Fastlane to Millions Forum.  Before he made this post I had been thinking about this alot.  I think that many people spread themselves too thin.  I know … Continue reading

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Bad experience with

I’m so pissed off at bestbargainbook today.  I bought a book from them about 2 weeks ago from Ebay.  This book is for the class that I’m taking right now.  I have not received the book yet so I sent … Continue reading

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Sometimes I wonder about our banking system

Do banks really like to lose money?  Last week I posted about credit card fraud on one of my accounts.  Coincidentally and totally unrelated, I also had an incident with a checking account that I don’t use very often.  I … Continue reading

Posted in Finances | 5 Comments