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Number of Posts:3208
Registered on:9/23/2010
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re: Where in your house would you hide 2k in cash? - hungryone
I've been in several natural disaster related true emergencies. There was nothing to spend cash on. you either had necessary supplies, or you borrowed them or bartered....
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re: Where in your house would you hide 2k in cash? - hungryone
I would never keep that sort of cash on hand, but I do have about $10k in sterling flatware stored in an out of the way spot in the kitchen....
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re: debt advice - hungryone
Is the new loan a home equity loan that will allow you to deduct the interest paid? Is the interest rate on the proposed new loan less than your credit card interest rates? How long is it going to take you to pay off those cards and small debts without the loan? You need to not have so many ope...
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re: Ideas for something simple to bring to tennis team match? - hungryone
Since its early, I'd go for something breakfast/brunch you. Like Old school bis quick sausage cheese balls. Recipe here [link=(http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/sausage-cheese-balls/6a2a7890-c685-4991-b699-743fd880486f)]LINK[/link] Make me a bit more modern tasting by adding some smoked paprika o...
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re: Why is lamb so hard to find in the US? - hungryone
It's not hard to find in NOLA. Dorignacs, Costco, Whole Foods, occasionally at Winn Dixie, Restaurant Depot, Kased Bros halal market in Kenner........
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re: WFDT - hungryone
chicken n green chile tamales, chopped salad...
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re: Best way to build a credit score? - hungryone
[quote]I also have 32k in the bank, and 10k in a Roth IRA. I would think that plus no debt would be enough to overcome my credit history. [/quote] Nope. The banks/finance companies have no way of knowing how you got that money--it could have been inherited, a cash settlement, or even a lotto scra...
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re: Pizza Delicious- NOLA - hungryone
[quote]Pizza Delicious is better. I'm not sure if their pie is way better, but to each his own. [/quote] Last pie I had from SP suffered from cornmeal (or maybe coarse semolina) overdose on the crust bottom. I don't like gritty pizzas....
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re: Best way to build a credit score? - hungryone
Just say no to the two mortgages with adjustable rates. Your lack of credit history is only part of the problem: the other part is your lack of 20% down payment. Over time, your credit score will improve if you keep using the credit card modestly and paying it off each month--this will be sufficie...
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re: Pizza Delicious- NOLA - hungryone
And I think PD is way better than Sugar Park....
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re: Pizza Delicious- NOLA - hungryone
[quote] Giant [/quote] my better half crashed his giant last week. i'm lazy, i ride a bianchi cruiser with whitewall tires....
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re: Pizza Delicious- NOLA - hungryone
[quote]Someone tell me what one is and I will tell you if I own one.[/quote] A bike with a single, fixed gear...ie, no freewheel (like a track bike). If the bike is rolling, the pedals are turning. So you have to move your feet off the pedals if you want to coast....
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re: Table Kitchen & Bar - grand opening 04/28 - hungryone
[quote]Better than 1000 figs[/quote] Ooof, you're right. We should make a terrible resto names list......
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re: Louisiana Foods Taste Tested By Californians - hungryone
[quote] fiddle with *ONE* crawdad[/quote] Crawdad...LOL. I haven't ever heard any crawfish-eater call it a "crawdad" in my whole life....
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re: I could use some job advice - hungryone
[u]As far as some of the other jobs spoken of ITT, I have done a lot of research into them but have come up empty. I guess I just have no idea how to even look for jobs effectively.[/u] Hoo boy, all that and a defeatist attitude as well. Even if you manage to find a job, you'll need to learn to em...
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re: Pizza Delicious- NOLA - hungryone
I don't have a neckbeard or a fixie nor could I remotely be described as a hipster, but I love PD. Hype is hype--no way to know if you'll think it is overrated unless you actually eat the pizza yourself. It's not fancy, it's a neighborhood pizza joint. A couple salads, a couple pastas, but the pi...
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re: Let's list things you regretted buying during your lifetime - hungryone
a crappy mid 90s chrysler. fun for a few years, then every possible plastic part broke, fell off, cracked, or stopped working. i'm talking exterior door trim, interior knobs and switches, etc. it's like all trim was fastened using bread ties and elmer's glue. talk about planned obselescence....
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re: Crawfish Etouffee Recipies? - hungryone
[quote]I make a blonde roux with butter. Sauté Trinity in roux. Add garlic and seasonings. Add crawfish fat. Add crawfish stock (makes the etouffee sooo much better.) Simmer for quite a while. Add tomato sauce (not too much). Add tail meat This is exactly how it should be done. This is a true e...
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re: W-9 help - hungryone
How about looking for some "real" deductions for a 1099 employee? IE, materials/equipment/books/software bought with your own funds & not reimbursed (like stuff you read/use to keep current at your various jobs), any training classes not reimbursed by employers, professional org memberships and/or ...
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re: Table Kitchen & Bar - grand opening 04/28 - hungryone
Seriously, the worst name I've seen in quite some time....
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