You be trollin.
You be trollin.
Really sounds more like the credit issuer dropped the ball by not sending any bills indicating balance due, but yet you seem to make it out to be the problem of the these folks.
Instant message. You should try it. There are also these telephone things, oh and webcams, oh there is email. Forums too... I think we are communicating on one of those right now. But crap man how will you communicate with your co-workers?
I'd like to point out it's not a monthly subscription, but rather yearly. So that's $1,000 a year, not per month. It works out to around $83 and some change on a monthly basis. Still quite expensive.
Remember the first rule.
May we all be blessed by his noodly appendage!
Really so the parts for seat belts are free, add no additional cost? And I'd need a citation on the basically software for the stability control. As far as I know it requires a special set of suspension parts with pumps/sensors for it to work correctly, which I'm not sure how you'd get a non-issue out of that.
Your argument that given long enough it's essentially free is not a good one, as everything still has a cost which is passed on to the consumer. Try again.
Wow no offense, but I think you are out of touch on this. 27,750 is over a years salary at 12/hour. Now factor in housing costs, feeding yourself, and clothing yourself. There isn't alot left over to pay off a 27,750 fine.
It appears when was about 2:57PM on Wed, Nov 17th, but that is subjective to when the electrons arrived at their destination, in your frame of reference... oh wtf I quit.
And yet DD-WRT is on the list of vulnerable firmware.
I've never been to Movie Tavern, but I've heard about it. If you like the more independent places you should check out Studio 35 over in Clintonville. I've generally had nothing but good experiences there. Small one screen theater, very friendly staff, and they have a full liquor license now. You can even have the pizza place next door deliver.
Thanks give them something else to complain about.
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