@pengu1n Yes, it does seem that the majority of authors/commenters are writers and/or people who work at non profits.
@garysixpack Years ago the rule of thumb was you should buy less than 2.5 times your income. Buying $375k on a $50k income is crazy, to me. The mortgage would be at least $1500/mo + taxes + insurance, which would easily be over 50% of take home. And how do people who make $50k have $70k in cash sitting around? Saved more than a years (pre tax) salary? Life simply, below your earnings and sleep well at nite.
@Marille Yeah, they picked quite a good photo!
I live in a small Oregon town and wouldn't pay the fee for the meager articles that are 1+ days old. But hubby likes to read it while eating bfast. Totally NOT worth the price.
@andnowlights We went to the county courthouse. Unsure exactly, but I'd say $200.
@RiffRandell I suggest if you are leading a lifestyle that a comment can cause a near heart attack, please re-assess.
@Wendy T I'm 54 and I've only had a gyno and dermo. Even though I'm in excellent health, earlier this year I got an Internist, which you will want to establish a relationship with when you're much older. When your body starts "breaking down", you will want one doc to go to who knows your health history.
On Jimmy John's Non-Compete Agreement Bans Employees From Working at Restaurants that Serve Sandwiches
A JJ just opened in my town. They don't have mustard or pickles (you can buy a whole pickle, though). So, my tuna sandwich had a lot of white bread, shredded iceberg lettuce, a couple super thin tomato slices, and thats it. NO comparison to Subway.
Ebooks from the library are FREE.