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 61 
 on: Today at 08:58:58 pm 
Started by Eraserhead - Last post by АverroŽs Nix
It's my money and if I want to be "financially wasteful", I should be allowed to.

How large is your debt? How much do you (or one of your caretakers) pay in interest per month? How much will you be earning at your new job, and how likely is it that you'll have that job in one month? Three months? Six?

I don't care what the answers are, but you need to think about them.

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I should not be subjected to hours of insults and character assassinations because of it.  I'm seeing clearly what kind of people some of these posters are, and frankly, it is disturbing.

You should be disturbed. Honesty is a difficult exercise for anyone who rarely practices it.


 62 
 on: Today at 08:57:48 pm 
Started by Eraserhead - Last post by J-Mann
It's my money and if I want to be "financially wasteful", I should be allowed to.  I should not be subjected to hours of insults and character assassinations because of it.  I'm seeing clearly what kind of people some of these posters are, and frankly, it is disturbing.

In the midst of some solid advice aimed at helping you financially, this is quite possibly the single most disgusting comment you've ever made. You walk into flames and pretend to be in a cool breeze. Best wishes, Jeff. I'm done.

 63 
 on: Today at 08:56:48 pm 
Started by Eraserhead - Last post by Duke
It's my money and if I want to be "financially wasteful", I should be allowed to.  I should not be subjected to hours of insults and character assassinations because of it.  I'm seeing clearly what kind of people some of these posters are, and frankly, it is disturbing.

Except it's not. You're still not self sufficient. You're burdening your grandmother. Will you be 100% self sufficient now and pay all the bills in your apartment in Tulsa? If so, then be my guest, don't sublease it and keep the cable, otherwise, it's not your money.

 64 
 on: Today at 08:54:53 pm 
Started by Eraserhead - Last post by Duke
I suggest you sublet your Tulsa apartment and use the money from that to find temporary accommodations in Oklahoma City. If the job lasts, then you'll be abandoning your apartment anyway. And if it doesn't, you won't have thrown away what is likely $800 a month on an apartment that sits empty with an extravagant cable package that won't be watched.

Also, keeping an apartment there so you can put 212 miles round trip on your car on weekends to have a church picnic and watch football alone is utterly ridiculous. As if you weren't throwing enough money away by sitting on an empty apartment 100 miles away, you decide to rack up miles on your car and gas by making a meaningless trip.

This is what a sane person would do, but we all know Bushie... his behavior is becoming even more erratic and confusing to me now.

Where do his parents come up with the money for all of this? He throws so much of it away, and I know they aren't that wealthy. I doubt they have a lot in savings.

 65 
 on: Today at 08:53:50 pm 
Started by Mr. Morden - Last post by RogueBeaver
Rubio to IA next Tuesday/Wednesday for events with Grassley and Ernst. Bloomberg has a feature on his travels.

Rubio will make a decision "in the next few weeks or months."

 66 
 on: Today at 08:52:57 pm 
Started by A18 - Last post by NHI
√ John F. Kennedy/Lyndon Johnson: 407 (55.1%)
Barry Goldwater/William Miller: 131 (44.6%)

√ Lyndon Johnson/Hubert Humphrey: 270 (42.1%)
Richard Nixon/Nelson Rockefeller: 223 (42.0%)
George Wallace/Curtis LeMay: 14.9%

√ Ronald Reagan/George Romney: 344 (53.4%)
Hubert Humphrey/Lloyd Bentsen: 195 (45.7%)


√ Ronald Reagan/George Romney: 511 (59.9%)
George McGovern/Walter Mondale: 27 (39.3%)

√ John Connally/Bob Dole: 391 (55.9%)
Robert F. Kennedy/Henry Jackson: 147 (44.0%)

√ Lloyd Bentsen/John Glenn: 275 (49.6%)
John Connally/Bob Dole: 263 (49.4%)

√ Lloyd Bentsen/John Glenn: 466 (60.1%)
Bob Dole/Paul Laxalt: 72 (38.9%)

√ John Glenn/Bill Clinton: 351 (52.5%)
George H.W. Bush/Dan Quayle: 187 (45.9%)

√ Bill Clinton/Jerry Brown: 367 (49.5%)
Arlen Specter/Lamar Alexander: 171 (44.3%)
Pat Buchanan/Gary Bauer: 0 (5.2%)

Bill Clinton/Jerry Brown: 272 (49.2%)
John McCain/Kay Bailey Hutchinson: 269 (49.3%)

√ John McCain/John Engler: 342 (51.8%)
Jerry Brown/John Kerry: 196 (46.5%)

√ John McCain/John Engler: 426 (57.4%)
Howard Dean/Dianne Feinstein: 112 (41.5%)

√ Olympia Snowe/Tim Pawlenty: 373 (54.1%)
Martin O'Malley/Hillary Clinton: 165 (43.8%)

 67 
 on: Today at 08:52:09 pm 
Started by Torie - Last post by Torie
If there were a unit count for Tradewinds inside and Tradewinds outside the loop, we could estimate the Tradewinds population outside the loop, and subtract that from the 200 persons in 12-1012.   Then the Ward 4/Ward 5 split of the remainder could be estimated based on number of houses.
Is the 70 units for Tradewinds in the newspaper article gospel?

If so, there are 27 units in 12-1011 (per census), and 43 in 12-1012.   We can project from 59 persons in 12-1011 to get a population outside the loop.  27:43 :: 59:94.

This would give 200 - 94 = 106 persons elsewhere in 12-1011.

The housing split between Wards 4 and 5 is 25.5:12.5, which would put about 70 persons in Ward 4.

The 4th ward part of 12-1012 has about 27 units, and if the number of Crosswinds units in 12-1012 is 43 units, that totals to 70 units. How many units are in 12-1012 per the census, and could you link to me that data?

Anyway, 27/70 = 38.57%, and 38.57% of 106 = 41 persons in Ward 4's portion of 12-1012.
89 in 12-1012.   If we subtract the 43 units in Crosswinds, that leaves 46.   I count about 38.   I would think that the most likely to be multi-family would be some in the pseudo-block.   The houses on the south side of Harry Howard are fairly small, and those along Clinton aren't particularly large.

46/89 = 51.69%. 51.69% x 106 = 54.78.  So is that the number we are back to?

 68 
 on: Today at 08:51:11 pm 
Started by Eraserhead - Last post by patrick1
Don't be so hard on the guy pissing away a grand and gas on one day a week. A man's gotta briefly relax.

 69 
 on: Today at 08:47:20 pm 
Started by nolesfan2011 - Last post by smilo
Safe D

California
Minnesota
New York
Oregon
Vermont

Likely D

Pennsylvania

Lean D

Hawaii
Illinois
Maryland
New Hampshire
Rhode Island

Tilt D

Colorado
Florida
Kansas (still holding out hope though)

Tilt I

Alaska

Tilt R

Connecticut
Georgia
Maine (Republicans/RW Indies for Cutler more likely to come around than the far left)
Massachusetts
Michigan (Pure Tossup)
Wisconsin

Lean R

Arizona
Arkansas
Idaho
Oklahoma

Likely R

Nebraska
New Mexico
Ohio
South Carolina

Safe R

Alabama
Iowa
Nevada
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Wyoming

 70 
 on: Today at 08:45:19 pm 
Started by Tender Branson - Last post by IDS Speaker Flo
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