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I think that if a customer has a decent down-payment and can explain why their credit is in the tank, and have a stable income and good recent payment history, then yes. Banks need to lend to more than just people with 760 or better credit score.
As a parent of a high school senior who just attended prom, I would be furious!! I think the school needs to reimburse all the parents who rented tuxes, bought dresses, as well as apologize to everyone. The principal and the prom committee should have followed up on all prep and dates. This should never have happened.
My daughter just had her prom, and we spent NO WHERE near that much money!! We served her and her date dinner at home, bought her dress from a dress swap site ($600 dress for $100) and had a friend help with hair and make up. Her big "splurge"..... mani-pedi for $40. Oh, and new shoes at Charlotte Russe. We drove the...more
As a parent of a daughter who has gone to several school dances, and is about to go to her senior prom, there is nothing wrong with strapless dresses!!! Now, a dress that has an (inappropriate low cut front or back..... yes) other issues, I can see, but a strapless dress is perfectly acceptable and modest. Again, as l...more
Maybe if parents would parent their kids, not allow kids to play violent games for 8-16 hours a day and (someone stop me now)... punish and spank (NOT beat) their children when they deserve it.... we would have less bs in school. Maybe if kids were not told by schools that if their parents hit them to call the police, ...more