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Oh, I get it now. This article wasn't written by MSN, it was written by MarketWatch.com, the same pukes who make money off your losses in the market.
And to Levi, the 20 something with 15K in liquid assets, I'm afraid to tell you that you misunderstand the term. You are in college. When you get out, you (and y...more
Gotta love just how off-base and out of touch MSN's articles are sometimes. What 25-year-old in the world has 10 grand? As a 25 year old with a bachelors degree from a county college, I'm about that much in the red just in student loans. My friends who went to 'real' colleges owe as much as 40-60K. How about some R...more
Yes tires last much much longer in the dessert, I apologizing for not mentioning the fact that I live and work near the shore where salt air has a far more detrimental effect on tires. The rest of what I said stands up though, if you don't believe me, ask your mechanic. If you don't believe him, just stay off the Gard...more
As an ASE certified mechanic I can tell you personally and professionaly that if you let your tires get down to even 3/32 of an inch, your taking your own life and the life of everyone else on the road into the hands of luck and hope. Not only do tires worn down below 4/32 of and inch lose wet water traction, but the ...more
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