Direct lenders will need to get all the information on your sources of
the financial income and if they see that you have enough of money to
cover all the possible financial expenses, the any lender will be able
to lend you the money. If they do not see that you have enough of
money you will not be able to get the money, Besides, any direct
lender has a chance to see the database of borrows that do not use the
services in accordance with the rules or who abuse them at all. That
is why you need to pay attention to your credit score as well to get
the money fast and without any delays. The credit score can be checked
with different financial sites that are devoted to different types of
financial services and once all the details on your financial standing
entered you will get a three digit number which would reflect the
current state of things. Continue reading
That report names the 3 most expensive errors individuals make with
their bran-new car car loan so which people could annul them: They do
not appraise their loan alternatives it’s easy to go with a loaner you
know, perhaps even the loaner who supported a former auto. A different
important condition though using for car loans is to estimate your
revenue you would like to borrow. High levels inescapable as high-risk
credit doesn’t command much esteem; your interest on the bad credit
car loans is generally exceedingly high-pitched. Continue reading
Ford has just secured a $3.1 Billion loan from the government to export 200,000 vehicles; where as Detroit public schools are struggling so bad, barely 3% of fourth-graders meet national math standards. Granted, I feel the US scholastic system is severely flawed, especially when it comes to mathematics departments, that still shouldn’t reflect this negatively on the student body.
While philanthropists have been accredited to saving school districts in Chicago, and New York for example, they’re unwilling to step forward to help Detroit. Many see it as a lost cause, but should students be punished for something they’re not in control of? The lack of dedication by the teachers and staff is one determining factor in this consensus. If the teachers aren’t willing to teach, then why would someone be willing to invest? Continue reading
To whom it may concern;
I sent a message to whomever is running your Twitter account to find out how I would be able to obtain a bottle of your Anejo in Chicago, for two reasons, one I wanted to taste it to see how it compares to current market alternatives, and two because I wanted to do a review of it on my blog. Unfortunately, that went with no response, then when I did receive a response by commenting to someone about how I didn’t receive a response, it was sarcasm ( http://twitter.com/TequilaAvion/status/22406833850 ). It is to my understanding that you’re an upcoming company and still trying to break through in several major markets, I suggest you re-evaluate your marketing team if this is how they respond to potential customers. Also, is grammar, or any form of formal education a prerequisite for your company? I know 8 year olds that speak/write better than the individual I’ve been responding with; illiteracy isn’t an image you should portray to the public, it makes your company look bad. Looking beyond the disrespect and illiteracy, is this something that you would say should be tweeted from a corporate account? -> http://twitter.com/TequilaAvion/status/22439310101 I didn’t think so either.
I’d still like to find out how to obtain a bottle in Chicago to put up against my daily don julio anejo with out having to ask a friend to go out of his way in NYC or California to find it for me. I don’t understand why this was too much to ask for over Twitter, and why your over-sensitive incompetent employee had to go on a tangent about how you didn’t deserve to be blackballed in major cities like I didn’t deserve to be disrespected over a simple inquiry about your product.
I started running when I was a kid but could never really stick with it. During my senior year of high school, I had an on again, off again relationship with running – I just had zero consistency. I entered college and spent 80% of my time eating and drinking, 10% sleeping, 10% going to class and 0% running. After about a year of this, I knew things had to change.
I looked online to find something that would keep me running consistently. I found my answer: Nike+. Now, I had the regular iPod back then and unfortunately, Nike+ only worked with the Nano. Because of that, I decided to take the plunge and go all out. I picked up a pair of Nike+ enabled shoes, the Nike+ sensor, and an iPod Nano. Continue reading
I’m legitimately impressed with the direction that Google is taking their Maps application on mobile devices. This combined with Google Navigation on Android will be epic in terms of mobile navigation software and products competition such as TomTom, Navigon, etc. (for iOS).
(The Tablet looks equally as impressive, but as most know, I hate tablets.)
Whether you want to call it evolution, revolution, or revilation; I’m back in a new form, with a new name. I’ve had several blogging endeavors, the last of which I was going to give my all; unfortunately it was bad timing, due to the fact that I had finally been able to get Twitter to release the name I’ve been asking for. With that being said, I would like to introduce you to RichyRich.net. I’ve always been fairly private, and where as I won’t reveal my identity, I will reveal a portion of my past that has lead me to the point of which I currently reside.
For more information about me, you can read my mini-bio; I’m sure a lot of people will call bullshit due to my life’s experiences. It’s not something any average individual will encounter, however I could care less if you don’t believe me. It’s my life, I lived it, I know how real it has been. I’m going to try and keep this a more personal blog containing topics of my interest such as electronics, cars, and real estate. I’ll speak on personal endeavors as well as business projects.
I’ve made a few mentions of upcoming changes on Twitter, but would like to take the time now to elaborate on my plans pertaining to the RichyRich.net overhaul. I’ve used my blog once a week at best in the past, posting a plethora of topics, no set genre. I’d like to keep it that way, from a topics standpoint, because I find it more interesting than genre-specific sites. After all, it is a self-titled blog, therefore I’d like to treat it as one. Continue reading
Above is a photo of what the bathroom looked like last week, and what it looked like when I left the property about an hour ago. I also think I’m the only asshole that puts travertine in a home that will be listed for $135k.
Tweetaholic has been (finally) gaining some media attention the past couple days due to it’s iOS4 support. It’s creeping it’s way back up the top app lists, and is now in the top 100 apps in the US iTunes Store again for the Social Networking category.
Tweetaholic is the first, and I believe, is currently the only Twitter application that supports background uploads/refreshing, and fast app switching. You can find links to the Engadget and PCMag.com articles below.
10 Apps Already Updated for iOS 4.0
iOS 4 apps: the best of what’s new and updated (live updates!)
Tweetaholic is also the first application to pop-up if you search for ‘multitasking.’ #win (Image courtesy of Just Blaze)