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Sure don't consider myself a loser

Posted By: Money on 2007-12-03
In Reply to: Coming into money sm - Anonymous

I have worked so hard all my life, started when I could around 14 and never looked back, had the most 4 jobs at 1 time but I figure when money just comes to you without you having the slightest idea why or where it is coming your way, then I say coming into money. I worked for 1 place, outsourced after 11 years and 6 years later got savings of over $100,000.00 from them- out of the blue- not retirement fund. Now if you do not consider that "coming into money" I don't know what it is. Oh, by the way, dearie, the money did not end there. That is just 1 example of my "coming into money." Happens to me all the time.

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Grow up
Not mgmt here. Take your advice, loser.
You've a right to complain. I've a right to complain.

My complaints are about the losers who don't want to take care of their own problems. They are pathetic as the the poor poverty-stricken people from LA using their $2000 FEMA allowance to buy purses and crap they don't need. They can't make decent decisions -- that's why they are in the poverty state they are in. Neither can the MQ complainers. Can't make a decent decision.

I'm going to blow your stinkin' smoke right back in your face every single time and if you don't like it, don't read MY posts! LOLOLOL You're just pollution, that's all!

Oh grow up - such a sore loser!
good one! actually you are guessing and splitting hairs and still come out loser.
you jumped in on this "I win" game with your "higer education" and "degree".

Frankly dear poster, you depress me. I hate the idea that anyone like you is in the same profession as I am. Amazing too. What with your degree and all. You'd think a person with your "intellect" would be posting on mensa board or something. hee.


exercise is really important; they stress that on The Biggest Loser.
Biggest Loser - MTSO Edition - next season? (nm)
Starting personal attacks always expose the loser:.to your information,
because I find it faster my way, ONLINE.
You are using bookd, the old-fashioned way?

Expensive and much too slow.

I checked the yesterday'a and today's questions in the afternoon and found - as already said - only 1 somehow unjustifiable question.
To check 1 day would have been enough.

I research ONLINE
with fast and accurate results. The internet is literally swamped with resources and references and is the fastest way. You should try it.
Are you still looking into books? Way too slow.

So, do not blow this out of proportion.

If you have the urge to teach and to guide, open your own MT school and give your advice there.