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Jan 15th 2009 8:57PM I used a convenience check (you know the ones the credit card company sends out once a month) To buy a boat. It was interest free for one year. Sweet deal. But the debit was never posted to my account. Sweeter deal. When WAMU went under a few months ago and JP Morgan took over, an audit caught the mistake. It had been 18 months. They demanded that I repay the money. I said Sorry, but we had a deal. Interest free for 1 year, remember?
Never heard another word. YEAH, I got a free boat. Bank screwed up. Sucks to be them :)
Jan 15th 2009 8:24PM Their only mistake was going to Florida instead of Costa Rica where housing is a fraction of what it is in FL and they could have lived comfortably on a grand a month. That would have carried them for 12-14 years of extended vacation. Then his SS would kick in and they'd never have to work again.
Jan 9th 2009 6:38PM 1-09-2009 @ 6:26PM
AND STAN BURNS...YOU HAVE NOTHING BETTER TO DO THAN READ THESE THINGS AND WRITE NASTY COMMENTS? GET A LIFE!
Yeah, Truth hurts doesn't it, Lard Ass?
Jan 9th 2009 6:33PM When I was about 13, I would get my sister's Barbies and Kens and make them do erotic things while I watched and jacked off. It was so much fun. When I got older, I found that it was even more fun to do it with real people :)
Jan 9th 2009 6:21PM Lard asses looking for a quick fix. You got what you deserve. Reality dictates that you just overeat. Stay the hell out of McDonalds and Krispy Kreme.
Jan 6th 2009 6:52PM NOT QUALIFIED? Find someone else who is better than this.
An assistant professor of neurosurgery at Emory University School of Medicine and associate chief of the neurosurgery service at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta
Gupta specializes in all facets of neurosurgical care with a strong interest in complicated spine, trauma and 3-D image guided operations. He has recently had articles published in the Journal of Neurosurgery and Neurosurgical Focus on percutaneous pedicle screw placement. He has also published on brain tumors and spinal cord abnormalities.
Gupta’s passion for inspiring Americans to lead healthier, more active lives also led him to launch "New You Resolution" and later “Fit Nation,” CNN’s multi-platform grassroots initiatives against obesity. Two nationwide “Fit Nation” tours have culminated in special long-form programs that revealed the hazards of obesity in children, “Fat Chance,” and the challenges in eating healthy in a culture and regulatory environment that makes processed food so prevalent in the American diet, “Danger: Poisoned Food.”
Gupta was a fellow in neurosurgery at the University of Tennessee's Semmes-Murphy clinic, and before that, the University of Michigan Medical Center. He became partner of the Great Lakes Brain and Spine Institute in 2000, and in 1997, he was chosen as a White House Fellow — one of only 15 fellows appointed. He served as special advisor to first lady Hillary Clinton.
Gupta has been published in a variety of scientific journals and has received numerous accolades. His health reports swept all three health and medical awards in 2006 – the first year the National Headliner Awards honored such journalism in a dedicated category. Also in 2006, his report, "Sabrina’s Law," earned him his first Clarion award, and "Charity Hospital," his first Emmy®.
Jan 6th 2009 6:40PM RDMD back up your comments with some verifiable facts. You are just farting out your a**
Jan 6th 2009 6:34PM Do not minimize the accomplishments of Dr. Sanjay Gupta!
He trained as a neurosurgeon at the University of Michigan. As a CNN foreign correspondent in Iraq he was called upon five times to perform emergency brain surgery, and he was questioning America's health care policies as early as the late '80's. Dr. Gupta is an excellent neurosurgeon first...a CNN correspondent last. He will be a terrific Surgeon General! Absolutely.
Do you know of anyone else that could do a better job? Of course not. This is very wise and credible choice.
Aug 29th 2008 1:31AM This seems to be mostly about men who cheat. But 37% of married WOMEN also cheat. Double standard here?
When I caught my wife cheating with her boss at one of the top 3 major airlines, I simply called HR and described the problem. His 20+ year career and 80K salary ended the next day. Hers did too but she was only a supervisor. But I think she learned a lesson. Not easy these days to get a 50K job when you are 41. Works at a gas station for 24K supporting her 2 kids (not mine).
Oh well. Life goes on.
Sucks to be them, right? REVENGE...legally. Gotta love it :)
Aug 26th 2008 9:10AM It was American Eagle. Do you really expect professionalism? That pilot only makes $40K. What does he have to lose?