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Middle Ages [it's all mine now?]

I was bought up in a small township in Eltham (Leslie Townsend Hope's also) in South London, now live in The-Garden-of-Kent aerial during the fifties Elvis was beginning to make a noise and ....in contempt of court

Saturday, July 23, 2005

Category : Lists best of

Mark posted mantra for publications dealing with the best of the best ways to improve finances..

Mantra #1: "If it's on your ass, it's not an asset." If you can wear it, it's not an investment. Also, something is riding your ass (such as a high house payment), it's not an asset.?

Mantra #2: "Is this a need or a want?" This is a question Kris has been trying to get me to ask myself for years.?

Mantra #3: "Sweat the small stuff." Do worry about the small expenses; they add up.?

Mantra #4: "Cash is better than credit." There is almost no reason to carry a credit card.?

Mantra #5: "Keep it simple." With money, avoid anything that seems complicated. If you don't understand it, avoid it. You'll probably lose money.?

Mantra #6: "Priorities lead to prosperity." Determine what's important to you, and pursue that with your time and money.?

Mantra #7: "Enough is enough." Don't overconsume. Recognize when you have fulfilled your needs and your wants.

While the Doctor posts 22 things NOT to say in bed ;-)

John Hind writes in the London Telegraph 'The List' 5 lover's parting shots

1. V Parkes
had Michaela Dyson's silver Cortina taken away, crushed into a cube and deposited back on her doorstep
2. M Corbin
bombarded Michael Davis's workplace with 300 peculiar phone calls, six rubbish [trash] skips, 100 pieces of scaffolding and 'unrelenting scores' of pizzas, taxis and couriers in his name, all in one day
3. P Clarke
had business cards distributed at the 21st Birthday party of his former girlfriend from Audenshaw informing her friends, family, colleagues, and neibours of a website on which they could view a film of the couple making love
4. D Mayer
severed the rope handrail on the stairs of Paul Marsh's home, poured tar into his washing machine, slashed 120 shirts, then daubed on the wall, 'I really did love you, you fool'
5. D Knight
positioned 15 paddling pools inside her marital home, as final gifts to her husband John. Four were filled gallons of gravy, one contained 1,322 stewing teabags, another 300 cans worth of chicken soup, and another 24 rotting prawns and 50 fish heads in oil


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