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“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#23646 Mar 13, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
I knew a guy that lived in the east. He owned wreckers. His buisness boomed in the winter from cars that where wrecked ,stranded or wouldnt start. He starved in the warmer months. about the omly work in the warmer months was doing REPOS.
I know a guy that plows snow for a living in the winter. In the summer, he does landscaping. There is always work to be had....for those willing to look for it.
what

Fort Worth, TX

#23647 Mar 13, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Again just what does "Obama has wasted tax payer money" have to do with proving what you posted.
My stance is as it has been since you inserted yourself into this conversation, an that is.
The economy is improving.
No, you first post was about business moving money offshore which natuarally led "guest" to successfully give a resonable response on Obama wasting tax money as to being a reason for tax payers to hold on to as much money as of their own money as possible. You then cowardly, yet not unexpectadly, switched the conversation to another losing liberal argument: the worst "recovery" since the great depression.
Now, are you really this stupid to forget what you posted or are you just incapable of thinking on you own?
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#23650 Mar 13, 2013
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
True, I should be. Unfortunately, I didn't take my own advice for too many years. Like everyone else, I thought I was supposed to borrow money for things I couldn't afford to buy, build up credit, so I could borrow even more, and then pay interest on everything. Thank God I hated paying interest, so I didn't get in too deep with "bad debt." Then I found Dave Ramsey one day while at work and it was like a light bulb had gone on. I finally figured out where I had gone wrong and am now working my way out of a mess. Luckily, most of it is what my financial advisor calls "good debt." Either way, it's debt and it sucks. If only all that interest I paid over the years had gone into mutual funds instead! If only people were taught this stuff in school! It infuriates me to see play credit cards for preschoolers!(But they aren't allowed to play with toy guns! Go figure!) They are ensuring a lifetime of debt and poverty to people who can't even count yet!
Good post.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#23651 Mar 13, 2013
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
Send it to my Paypal account.
Post it.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#23654 Mar 13, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>Good post.
Thank you.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#23655 Mar 13, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>Post it.
Send it via my website.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#23656 Mar 13, 2013
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
Send it via my website.
I still don't have your website and I am talking about close to 450,000 at 12% if you can guarantee it.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#23657 Mar 13, 2013
what wrote:
<quoted text>No, you first post was about business moving money offshore which natuarally led "guest" to successfully give a resonable response on Obama wasting tax money as to being a reason for tax payers to hold on to as much money as of their own money as possible. You then cowardly, yet not unexpectadly, switched the conversation to another losing liberal argument: the worst "recovery" since the great depression.
Now, are you really this stupid to forget what you posted or are you just incapable of thinking on you own?
Just settle down now, you are making a fool of yourself again. Let me point something out to you. the following is the first post I made in this exchange with you Morons.


Wiser than DKN and Barney wrote:

Hey Barney thought i'd give you some news. You say economy is getting better. I say you are so wrong. The USDA just released their last numbers on food stamps. It was 46 million people on foodstamps. Now the new number is 47.8 million people are on food stamps. Do the math, that's an increase. We also got 12 million people out of work. Use some logic. If ecomony is growing as you claim, the people on food stamps would be decreasing and we would have less people out of work. The ecomony shrunk the last quarter. So that blows a hold in your numbers. Face it barney you're wrong and numbers don't lie.

Among the sectors adding the most jobs in February were construction, which hired 48,000 people; health care, which added 32,000 people; and the retail sector, which added nearly 24,000. Temporary services payrolls grew by 16,000, possibly a leading indicator for future hiring. The motion-picture industry added 20,800 jobs.

Now tell me again, what you told me in that second sentance in the above post.


You boys remind me of The Apple Dumpling Gang.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#23658 Mar 13, 2013
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
What's an I-fund?
You need to have Warrior answer that for you, that is the fund he said he made a ton of money in.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#23659 Mar 13, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
You need to have Warrior answer that for you, that is the fund he said he made a ton of money in.
I am not a liberal you will have to clarify your own stupid remark like you ALWAYS do!

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#23660 Mar 13, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>I am not a liberal you will have to clarify your own stupid remark like you ALWAYS do!
I just did, I told her you said it, I am sure she can figure it out from there.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#23661 Mar 13, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
I just did, I told her you said it, I am sure she can figure it out from there.
Nobody can ever figure out anything you say. Maybe they should have sent you to school in Salem..
curmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#23662 Mar 13, 2013
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
True, I should be. Unfortunately, I didn't take my own advice for too many years. Like everyone else, I thought I was supposed to borrow money for things I couldn't afford to buy, build up credit, so I could borrow even more, and then pay interest on everything. Thank God I hated paying interest, so I didn't get in too deep with "bad debt." Then I found Dave Ramsey one day while at work and it was like a light bulb had gone on. I finally figured out where I had gone wrong and am now working my way out of a mess. Luckily, most of it is what my financial advisor calls "good debt." Either way, it's debt and it sucks. If only all that interest I paid over the years had gone into mutual funds instead! If only people were taught this stuff in school! It infuriates me to see play credit cards for preschoolers!(But they aren't allowed to play with toy guns! Go figure!) They are ensuring a lifetime of debt and poverty to people who can't even count yet!
Back when I drove truck I listened to Dave Ramsey. I liked his message. Anyway I was out of debt long before I found his program. Ive payed very little interest. not payed a penny interest in over 40 years. I dont invest in stocks mutual funds etc. I invest in myself. I use my own capital for seed money. I like to buy small parcels of land at bargian prices by paying cash. Then sell them on contract and I carry the note and get the interest. I keep the deeds in my name so its a very safe investment. My grandpappy used to say if borrowing money at interest is such a good deal why is the banker the richest guy in town? If you have the cash there are bargians to be bought. If you resell them at a little less than full market value ( ya gotta leave a little profit for the next guy) you can build a clientell of buyers. Now with the poor economy and also all the guys I previously sold to retiring or alredy taking the dirt nap! My buyers are dwindling My equipt sales lot just swapped nickles. And I didnt work at it a dilligently in 2012. I was busy playing trapper goat & sheep farmer and selling scrap metals.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#23663 Mar 13, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>I still don't have your website and I am talking about close to 450,000 at 12% if you can guarantee it.
There are no guarantees in investing. That's why I didn't trust my money to Bernie Madoff.

I'm sure you could find some good mutual funds on your own. But it would have been better if you would have invested that amount when the stock market was down around 8000. Now you'd be buying shares at the high price. Here's a few places to start to look for mutual funds.
https://us.etrade.com/investing-trading/mutua...
https://www.fidelity.com/mutual-funds/overvie...
https://www.americanfunds.com/funds/returns/a...

PS. My website is clearly listed on my profile page. I have even posted links in the past.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#23664 Mar 13, 2013
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
There are no guarantees in investing. That's why I didn't trust my money to Bernie Madoff.
I'm sure you could find some good mutual funds on your own. But it would have been better if you would have invested that amount when the stock market was down around 8000. Now you'd be buying shares at the high price. Here's a few places to start to look for mutual funds.
https://us.etrade.com/investing-trading/mutua...
https://www.fidelity.com/mutual-funds/overvie...
https://www.americanfunds.com/funds/returns/a...
PS. My website is clearly listed on my profile page. I have even posted links in the past.
I am heavily invested in the Stock Market and to be honest with you I am starting to worry. I see a 2000 point minimum correction on the horizon. As long as interest rates are low and Bernanke is printing money I will make money. It's that sudden one day shift that I am worried about..
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#23665 Mar 13, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> Back when I drove truck I listened to Dave Ramsey. I liked his message. Anyway I was out of debt long before I found his program. Ive payed very little interest. not payed a penny interest in over 40 years. I dont invest in stocks mutual funds etc. I invest in myself. I use my own capital for seed money. I like to buy small parcels of land at bargian prices by paying cash. Then sell them on contract and I carry the note and get the interest. I keep the deeds in my name so its a very safe investment. My grandpappy used to say if borrowing money at interest is such a good deal why is the banker the richest guy in town? If you have the cash there are bargians to be bought. If you resell them at a little less than full market value ( ya gotta leave a little profit for the next guy) you can build a clientell of buyers. Now with the poor economy and also all the guys I previously sold to retiring or alredy taking the dirt nap! My buyers are dwindling My equipt sales lot just swapped nickles. And I didnt work at it a dilligently in 2012. I was busy playing trapper goat & sheep farmer and selling scrap metals.
I agree Cash is King and buying land is a good investment because they will make no more of it. Right now guns and ammo are also a good investment. Literally..
what

Fort Worth, TX

#23666 Mar 13, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Just settle down now, you are making a fool of yourself again. Let me point something out to you. the following is the first post I made in this exchange with you Morons.
Wiser than DKN and Barney wrote:
Hey Barney thought i'd give you some news. You say economy is getting better. I say you are so wrong. The USDA just released their last numbers on food stamps. It was 46 million people on foodstamps. Now the new number is 47.8 million people are on food stamps. Do the math, that's an increase. We also got 12 million people out of work. Use some logic. If ecomony is growing as you claim, the people on food stamps would be decreasing and we would have less people out of work. The ecomony shrunk the last quarter. So that blows a hold in your numbers. Face it barney you're wrong and numbers don't lie.
Among the sectors adding the most jobs in February were construction, which hired 48,000 people; health care, which added 32,000 people; and the retail sector, which added nearly 24,000. Temporary services payrolls grew by 16,000, possibly a leading indicator for future hiring. The motion-picture industry added 20,800 jobs.
Now tell me again, what you told me in that second sentance in the above post.
You boys remind me of The Apple Dumpling Gang.
That clarifies things. You really are that stupid and "guest" has once again, and quite easily today I might add, led you around right into a pool of your own hypocrisy and you fell hook, line and sinker.
curmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#23667 Mar 13, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>I agree Cash is King and buying land is a good investment because they will make no more of it. Right now guns and ammo are also a good investment. Literally..
Yes indeed. there is a ready cash market for guns & ammo. Ive got enough to last me. Just yesterday while rummaging in a closet I stumbled on a box of 100 12 guage shotgun shell,s I bought two years ago and forgot about having them. I wish I had more 44 mag ammo for my Ruger blackhawk handgun. many years ago I bought dozens of those sardine cans of 1000 rounds of 7.62x 39 shells. they work in a SKS or Ak47. I could really turn a huge profit selling them.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#23669 Mar 13, 2013
curmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> Back when I drove truck I listened to Dave Ramsey. I liked his message. Anyway I was out of debt long before I found his program. Ive payed very little interest. not payed a penny interest in over 40 years. I dont invest in stocks mutual funds etc. I invest in myself. I use my own capital for seed money. I like to buy small parcels of land at bargian prices by paying cash. Then sell them on contract and I carry the note and get the interest. I keep the deeds in my name so its a very safe investment. My grandpappy used to say if borrowing money at interest is such a good deal why is the banker the richest guy in town? If you have the cash there are bargians to be bought. If you resell them at a little less than full market value ( ya gotta leave a little profit for the next guy) you can build a clientell of buyers. Now with the poor economy and also all the guys I previously sold to retiring or alredy taking the dirt nap! My buyers are dwindling My equipt sales lot just swapped nickles. And I didnt work at it a dilligently in 2012. I was busy playing trapper goat & sheep farmer and selling scrap metals.
That's a great idea about the small parcels. I just might give it a try. I already have some real estate. Thirty acres in Northern Michigan and a small parcel in Texas near the New Mexico border.

I talked to a forester recently about having my property here logged. I'll do it if I can get enough to pay the land off. Then maybe I'll build a cabin and sell it with ten acres. I'll probably sell the Texas land too. It's not doing anything for me.

I like alot of your ideas!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#23671 Mar 13, 2013
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
That's a great idea about the small parcels. I just might give it a try. I already have some real estate. Thirty acres in Northern Michigan and a small parcel in Texas near the New Mexico border.
I talked to a forester recently about having my property here logged. I'll do it if I can get enough to pay the land off. Then maybe I'll build a cabin and sell it with ten acres. I'll probably sell the Texas land too. It's not doing anything for me.
I like alot of your ideas!
Maybe you two should get a room! LOL!

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