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  1. #541
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    Originally posted by OldFrog


    Oh, yeah, ok, fine, but is it one <u>who pays his beers</u> ????
    actually I was going order some chocolate milk

  2. #542
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    Whew! Taxes are done. First year with the interest payments on the house applicable. That was GREAT!

  3. #543
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    Originally posted by {Tigress}
    Whew! Taxes are done. First year with the interest payments on the house applicable. That was GREAT!

    Taxes Scmaxes I will propably wait to the last minute again this year. You see my Fedral taxes are a breeze. My State taxes on the other hand suck I work in Conn. but live Mass.. So I pay three sets of taxes a year. Conn. taxes me and to thier rate and then Mass. get's to tax me upto what I would pay here. Say hypothetically I pay $100 in Conn. and Mass want $200. I would pay during the year $100 to Conn and $100 to Mass. But at the end of the year I end up paying Mass and getting money back from Conn.
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  4. #544
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    Originally posted by Eldest_One



    Taxes Scmaxes I will propably wait to the last minute again this year. You see my Fedral taxes are a breeze. My State taxes on the other hand suck I work in Conn. but live Mass.. So I pay three sets of taxes a year. Conn. taxes me and to thier rate and then Mass. get's to tax me upto what I would pay here. Say hypothetically I pay $100 in Conn. and Mass want $200. I would pay during the year $100 to Conn and $100 to Mass. But at the end of the year I end up paying Mass and getting money back from Conn.
    I bet that is a nightmare. This was the first year we've been able to do Itemized Decductions. I loved it!

  5. #545
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    And what's this 2999.2 FP sh*t???? I have been waiting ALL day to congratulate you for reachin' 3000 FP and you just have to be pokin' along! Now I have to wait another 45 mins.

  6. #546
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    Originally posted by {Tigress}
    Whew! Taxes are done. First year with the interest payments on the house applicable. That was GREAT!
    Thank goodness for Direct Deposit.......just got my state tax refund in the bank.

  7. #547
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    Originally posted by {Tigress}
    And what's this 2999.2 FP sh*t???? I have been waiting ALL day to congratulate you for reachin' 3000 FP and you just have to be pokin' along! Now I have to wait another 45 mins.
    Well! you can congratulate ME......I got over 600

  8. #548
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    Originally posted by dlcampbe


    Well! you can congratulate ME......I got over 600
    Congratulations. I was just about to ask you for a loan. This is good news!

  9. #549
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    Where is the dirty old retired guy?

  10. #550
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    Originally posted by SCompRacer
    Where is the dirty old retired guy?
    just hangin' out


  11. #551
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    Originally posted by dlcampbe


    just hangin' out

    SO it's true! Someone come over to a bar I was at and announced it.

  12. #552
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    Originally posted by dlcampbe


    Well! you can congratulate ME......I got over 600
    I saw that! You're one of the big boys now, so you'll just have to wait until ya get 1000 FP to get an "official" congrats!

  13. #553
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    OH! OH! OH! I can hardly wait


  14. #554
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    Thumbs up For 1000 Folding points

    BENTONVILLE, ARK (AP) -

    Some Wal-Mart customers soon will be able to sample a new discount item -
    Wal-Mart's own brand of wine.

    The world's largest retail chain is teaming up with E & J Gallo Winery of
    Modesto, Calif.,to produce the spirits at an affordable price; in the $6-8
    range.

    While wine connoisseurs may not be inclined to throw a bottle of Wal-Mart
    brand wine into their shopping carts, there is a market for inexpensive
    wine, said Kathy Micken, professor of marketing at Roger Williams University
    in Bristol, R.I. She said:

    "The right name is important." . So, with that in mind, here are the top 12
    suggested names for Wal-Mart Wine:

    12. Chateau Traileur Doublewide
    11. White Trashfindel
    10. Big Red Gulp
    9. Grape Expectations
    8. Domaine Wal-Mart "Merde du Pays"
    7. NASCARbernet
    6.Chef Boyardeaux
    5. Peanut Noir
    4. Chateau des Moines
    3. I Can't Believe It's Not Vinegar!
    2. World Championship Wriesling

    And the number 1 name for Wal-Mart Wine...

    1. Nasti Spumante

    Steamer can't wait



  15. #555
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    Re: For 1000 Folding points

    Originally posted by dlcampbe
    BENTONVILLE, ARK (AP) -

    Some Wal-Mart customers soon will be able to sample a new discount item -
    Wal-Mart's own brand of wine.

    The world's largest retail chain is teaming up with E & J Gallo Winery of
    Modesto, Calif.,to produce the spirits at an affordable price; in the $6-8
    range.

    While wine connoisseurs may not be inclined to throw a bottle of Wal-Mart
    brand wine into their shopping carts, there is a market for inexpensive
    wine, said Kathy Micken, professor of marketing at Roger Williams University
    in Bristol, R.I. She said:

    "The right name is important." . So, with that in mind, here are the top 12
    suggested names for Wal-Mart Wine:

    12. Chateau Traileur Doublewide
    11. White Trashfindel
    10. Big Red Gulp
    9. Grape Expectations
    8. Domaine Wal-Mart "Merde du Pays"
    7. NASCARbernet
    6.Chef Boyardeaux
    5. Peanut Noir
    4. Chateau des Moines
    3. I Can't Believe It's Not Vinegar!
    2. World Championship Wriesling

    And the number 1 name for Wal-Mart Wine...

    1. Nasti Spumante

    Steamer can't wait


    Well, number one does look good to me.

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