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Date Posted: 00:14:35 09/26/05 Mon
Author: KathyT
Subject: I was just teasing you...
In reply to: Eppy 's message, "Kathy...." on 16:27:27 09/24/05 Sat

because you said you were thinking of getting rid of it. I think it's a good idea to have a reliable car, too... especially if the old man is leaving.

I wouldn't mind having anew car.... as long as I wasn't paying for it... I think it's crazy for people to pay huge amounts of money for a car.... one of my daughters pays more for her car than she does her house. Which is the greater value? A car that sits in the driveway or parking lot at work, and is actually driven an hour or two a day, or a home that is lived in pretty much 24/7? to me it's easy... cars depreciate, homes in crease in value. DUH. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure it out.

I've pretty much always had older cars, and that's kind of okay with me. I'd like to upgrade both of these clunks now... old doesn't have to mean clunk, unfortunately right now it does mean clunk, but I think soon that will change.

Hey, I have a decent computer now, and this is the first time ever I have had a decent computer, I'm happy! LOL


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