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March 1st, 2009 @6:59 pm  

I agree. Generic, store brand chips are a start, but like you said – stainless steal – come on!

I say that if you can’t pay cash for most items, then you can’t afford it. Debt should be reserved for new cars and houses, and essential repairs for each. Debt is for necessities, not wants. I say if you can’t use your debit card at checkout, then you shouldn’t use your credit card either, because you can’t afford it.

mouseolympics Said,
October 2nd, 2009 @9:58 am  

A great amount of people need to learn the difference between a “want” and a “need.” We, for too long, have been using the words interchangeably. Here is a great article on ways to curb spending… http://www.askprimerica.com/primerica-presents-three-ways-to-curb-spending/

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