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Old 06-30-2009, 07:35 PM
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The Money for the Trip is NOT MINE, I dont know how many bloody times I need to say this to you. Over and over again.

I have NEVER been to America on MY OWN MONEY...and the money given to me is for that use, and that use ONLY.

Just because you made an offer you thought was well beyond my means of ever accepting, and then backed out when the funds appeared...doesnt mean the funds I used belonged to me. We are talking about Inheritance Money from a LIVING RELATIVE who has instructed me what I CAN and CANT spend the money on...or else I cant have it.

Incidently, I suppose I should tell you that I also have 10Thousand Stirling. But once again, that is Money that doesnt belong to me, and its in reserve in case I ever get married, or for a deposit on a permanent House. Its tied up in bonds belonging to other relatives right now.

You've been told where the money for the States Tour has come from on SEVERAL occasions in the past, again and again for the last two years, so stop making me out to look like a financial dumbass when you KNOW what the situation with that area is. Its being paid FOR ME. Ergo...NOT MY MONEY
Well, I had heard that about the first trip but not the second. Does your living relative requiring you to use money for a trip to America know that you are selling off your personal belongings in order to survive?
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Old 06-30-2009, 07:41 PM
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I read that some economists are estimating the average cost per year PER household could be $3,300 a year to carry out this bill.
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I read that some economists are estimating the average cost per year PER household could be $3,300 a year to carry out this bill.
I guess I need to take up some kind of mercenary work.
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Old 06-30-2009, 07:51 PM
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I guess I need to take up some kind of mercenary work.
Weren't you, Mike & I supposed to start protecting ships against pirates?
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Weren't you, Mike & I supposed to start protecting ships against pirates?
They didn't make it legal and have it pay yet.

I would do it for free but hell I have costs to cover. Bullets are crazy expensive plus travel... and we'd have to buy a decent boat...

I'll go in a heart beat if they offer proper me a good price.
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Old 06-30-2009, 08:31 PM
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Well, I had heard that about the first trip but not the second. Does your living relative requiring you to use money for a trip to America know that you are selling off your personal belongings in order to survive?
It more complicated then that.

There is something big I need to pay for, thats what the carboot sale will pay for. I wouldnt be able to survive if I used my own funds for this thing...but I just cant do without it.
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They didn't make it legal and have it pay yet.

I would do it for free but hell I have costs to cover. Bullets are crazy expensive plus travel... and we'd have to buy a decent boat...

I'll go in a heart beat if they offer proper me a good price.
OK, well let me know. Being a philosophy major, I can talk at 'em while you & Mike circle behind. Then y'all open fire from the back while I blast away from the front. Hammer/Anvil time, baby!
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It more complicated then that.

There is something big I need to pay for, thats what the carboot sale will pay for. I wouldnt be able to survive if I used my own funds for this thing...but I just cant do without it.

Didn't sound so complicated before. But, yes, sounds a bit different now.....



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Try to understand something...I am organizing a car boot sale so that I dont go into my overdraft again this next year. I am selling some of my belongings to make sure I have money for everything I need.

When you are selling your belongings to pay for your needs, then you can start complaining.


I'm going to bed.
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Old 07-01-2009, 07:18 PM
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Didn't sound so complicated before. But, yes, sounds a bit different now.....
I do need it. There is no point in me doing a States Trip if I dont have it. But I cant afford it on the States Trip Money, and I cant afford it on the budgit I'm on.

For it to be worth while going to the U.S at all...its a direct NEED....I live a hard life, and I am entitled to a holiday...it is about the only thing during this recession that I am looking forward to.

I just need extra money to make it worth going period...If I dont sell stuff to raise the money I shall have to use my own money...if I do that I shall end up in my overdraft...and within several months I shall not only be bankrupt...I shall also have huge debts.

Not that I need to explain my financial situation to you Denise, its so cruel that you have gone about making me look a dumbass when you knew otherwise.

I shall raise the money, I shall buy what I need, I shall go on a well deserved break on inheritance money...and I shall ENJOY every moment of it.

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I do need it. There is no point in me doing a States Trip if I dont have it. But I cant afford it on the States Trip Money, and I cant afford it on the budgit I'm on.

For it to be worth while going to the U.S at all...its a direct NEED....I live a hard life, and I am entitled to a holiday...it is about the only thing during this recession that I am looking forward to.

I just need extra money to make it worth going period...If I dont sell stuff to raise the money I shall have to use my own money...if I do that I shall end up in my overdraft...and within several months I shall not only be bankrupt...I shall also have huge debts.

Not that I need to explain my financial situation to you Denise, its so cruel that you have gone about making me look a dumbass when you knew otherwise.

I shall raise the money, I shall buy what I need, I shall go on a well deserved break on inheritance money...and I shall ENJOY every moment of it.

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