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    Quote Originally Posted by cawacko View Post
    People are getting paid to post here? Sh*t, I’ve spent (wasted) hundreds or thousands of hours on this board. How do I get paid?

    Is there a hotline to Russia where I can get remunerated?
    desh gets checks but no one has told her how to cash them yet......I'm sure they will bounce since the Soviet Union no longer exists......

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    Quote Originally Posted by evince View Post
    when and where asshole ?
    When I was in school, cunt. All you need to know is that it occurred. Outside of that, it's really none of your fucking business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Apisa View Post
    My guess is that MORE than 78% of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck. They just do not realize it. But for some of them, the reckoning comes, because there are many among the 22% who are an unexpected disaster away from poverty. It just takes one unplanned catastrophic illness...and all the supposed safety of savings and thrift go right out the window.

    That is how many people in our country find out why some of us insist on protecting and expanding safety-net programs.
    LOL yeah, people just don't know they have no money. Do you read what you write? LOL
    Quick, send those on-site researchers some computer models

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinfoil View Post
    LOL yeah, people just don't know they have no money. Do you read what you write? LOL
    Yes, I do.

    I made my point clear. Get someone to help you understand it.

    There ARE people who think they've got fall-back money...so they think they are not living pay-check-to-paycheck. One bad event...and they are in the toilet.

    I know, I know...you don't get it.

    I hope you never find out the hard way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFM View Post
    What's your point?
    Asking desh what her point is. Too funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymoose View Post
    Asking desh what her point is. Too funny.
    Sarcasm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinfoil View Post


    Liberals of Portland... What are you gonna do? I chose to go where customers are more reliable. Ohio
    I got an Oregon license to practice dentistry yrs ago but their regulations were insane. After seeing what the dentists were being fined and disciplined for I relinquished my license.
    Also you'd think for a liberal state their medicaid reimbursement would be fair.
    It's not. The reimbursement is so low no doc could possibly accept it. So their state board is one level short of the Gestapo and they basically have no medicaid to speak of.
    Oregon is one fucked up state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymoose View Post
    I got an Oregon license to practice dentistry yrs ago but their regulations were insane. After seeing what the dentists were being fined and disciplined for I relinquished my license.
    Also you'd think for a liberal state their medicaid reimbursement would be fair.
    It's not. The reimbursement is so low no doc could possibly accept it. So their state board is one level short of the Gestapo and they basically have no medicaid to speak of.
    Oregon is one fucked up state.
    Had a co-worker several years ago that moved from Oregon. He said the cost of living was so high there he could take a pay cut and make more money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymoose View Post
    I got an Oregon license to practice dentistry yrs ago but their regulations were insane. After seeing what the dentists were being fined and disciplined for I relinquished my license.
    Also you'd think for a liberal state their medicaid reimbursement would be fair.
    It's not. The reimbursement is so low no doc could possibly accept it. So their state board is one level short of the Gestapo and they basically have no medicaid to speak of.
    Oregon is one fucked up state.
    Agreed on the fines. It was like a $5K fine for not having a license, yet the city of portland had a fenced off area near Union Ave and Sandy Blvd where illegal labor could safely be picked up and supposedly guaranteed $10/hr
    It was fucking maddening to be a tax payer there.
    Quick, send those on-site researchers some computer models

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinfoil View Post
    Agreed on the fines. It was like a $5K fine for not having a license, yet the city of portland had a fenced off area near Union Ave and Sandy Blvd where illegal labor could safely be picked up and supposedly guaranteed $10/hr
    It was fucking maddening to be a tax payer there.
    Yep, that's Portland. Perfectly OK to be an illegal alien, shit, piss, camp out on the sidewalks, and fornicate openly in downtown Portland, but try making an honest living and you're considered a criminal.
    Everything there is ass backwards and upside down.

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    Is it good for this nation that our population is one pay check away from near ruin?

    Kinda limits their ability to drive consumer spending huh idiots

    Bust and Boom is only good for the wealthy


    just how much more can you consolidate the wealth and have a spending public?


    You are either idiots or wish to see chaos reign

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    You should save 10% of every paycheck. Pay yourself first. Have 6 months of expenses in a money market account

    Everyone can do this. It is just a matter of priorities. People like government donít have revenue problems. They have spending problems

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