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Morons, Psychopaths and Mental Defectives
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1st-Jan-2010 01:35 am - ....I'm Back....
This journal is, with the exception of lyrics, *friends only*. Drop me a line if you think you should be on said list.

21st-Aug-2009 05:58 pm - auto repair
(Phoenix area friends) Is your car broken or in need of repair? TheyMightBeRacing.com needs more articles. You bring me your broken car, I'll give you a good rate to repair it (most shops charge $90/hr these days).
17th-Dec-2008 07:53 am - 12/16/2008 - Jensen Findlay Kerr
For those who I haven't already emailed like a crazy new dad..

Jensn was born yesterday at Tempe St. Luke's Hospital at 8:15 am.

He is 6lbs, 3 oz, and 19 inches long. Both he and mommy are in good health!

Pictures: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=192539&l=26eae&id=681330197
11th-Dec-2008 09:50 am - Free Stuff
Hey All,

I have a full-size mattress, box spring and frame that I need to dipose of. It was in what is now the nursery and is gently used. First come, first served. You have to pick it up if you want it.

7th-Nov-2008 05:38 pm - ROFL
see more puppies
7th-Nov-2008 05:01 pm - hehehehehe
see more puppies
So, we all know about the financial "crisis" that we are in the midst of.

Here's the reality, for those who haven't figured it out yet.

If you have bad/no credit, you won't get any for a while. If you have good credit, then lenders will be fighting to give you financing for cars, houses, etc. So, if your credit sucks then tighten your belt and fix it. Get it paid off and cleaned up. This *should* have been done during the good market. Period, end of sentence.

The dow and stock market is way down. This is a market correction. It's no worse than 1987, and caused for much of the same reason. Overspeculation without research and greed. Everyone who threw money at the market for quik gains are responsible. Suck it up. If you can't accept the risk of losing all your money, don't invest it. Stocks are marginably better (from a risk perspective) than blackjack, but only if you do your research. Don't, by all means, sell your stock unless you know the company is going belly up. This, ironically is the time to buy, not sell. But do your due diligence before you buy. Even if you're retiring tomorrow, you've already lost your money, don't make it worse.

From a jobs perspective the next two years will be hard. It's all about recalibrating the market. The sad part is that we've priced ourselves out of the manufacturing market, so all we really have left is a service economy. Services will be hit hard.

Some companies will do well in this new economy. These are the firm that didn't overstep their bounds (heck, my company just posted a 1.2 billion profit... we didn't do stupid lending). Keep your eye on what's going on. This is a huge opportunity for the people of our generation, because the innovations we do today will create the market of tomorrow. You want the market to respond? Give it a reason to.

Ok. I'll get off my soap box now.
24th-Sep-2008 07:12 pm - Knight Rider
Ok, is it just me, or is Knight Rider not appearing when it's supposed to?

It should be on right now on channel 12, and instead I'm seeing Extra (which is stupid)
11th-Jul-2008 08:21 am - Meme thang
* Post 3 things you've done in your lifetime that you don't think anybody else on your friends list has done.
* See if anybody else responds with "I've done that."
* Have your friends cut & paste this into their journal to see what unique things they've done in their life.

1. Had two books published.

2. Built an entire car from spare parts

3. Held a baby white tiger.
20th-Jun-2008 09:56 pm - yard sale
Yard sale at my house this saturday.

Books, cds, etc...

3936 S. Westfall Ave
Tempe, AZ 85282
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