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    I need help deciding something, not sure what to do

    If there's something you really want but can't cash it out, but you have certain things of value, and loans are out of question....what would you do?
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      #3
      Originally posted by Clueless
      If there's something you really want but can't cash it out, but you have certain things of value, and loans are out of question....what would you do?
      Steal.
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        #4
        borrow from a family member... if it's worth it. Otherwise I'm sure you'll have a second opportunity.
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          #5
          do without...thats what grandma says
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            #6
            Originally posted by Gemini
            do without...thats what grandma says
            good advice actually.
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              #7
              Originally posted by Clueless
              If there's something you really want but can't cash it out, but you have certain things of value, and loans are out of question....what would you do?
              Quit buying shit you can't afford.
              Take that freek show to the park, maybe the squirrels will care.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Old School
                Quit buying shit you can't afford.
                Who says I'm buying stuff I can't afford?
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                  #9
                  err... if you cant pay for something without loans or selling stuff... you cant afford it. No, credit cards dont work either
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Clueless
                    Who says I'm buying stuff I can't afford?
                    lol

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                      #11
                      Pawn shop FTW.

                      Or just charge it....assuming you can afford to pay it relatively soon.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by mchaley
                        err... if you cant pay for something without loans or selling stuff... you cant afford it. No, credit cards dont work either
                        so what your saying is, if you can't cash up for a house, you can't afford the house(and shouldn't be buying a house?). As true of a statement that is, that's not how our economy work. If I have some valuable stuff sitting around and I'm not using it, what good would it do me sitting there? I can afford to let it sit there with any value it may be worth wrapped up in it, that I can't afford to use that cash elsewhere....please explain how I can afford that and not relocate that cash I could put elsewhere.

                        *Edit*

                        To simplify things, how is cashing up(wither it's selling stuff for cash or working my ass off) for things not being able to afford those things? When do you consider it something you can afford?
                        Last edited by Clueless; 05-01-2008, 11:22 PM.
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by NutBucket
                          Pawn shop FTW.

                          Or just charge it....assuming you can afford to pay it relatively soon.
                          Loans, borrowing from family, and credit cards are all out of question
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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Clueless
                            so what your saying is, if you can't cash up for a house, you can't afford the house(and shouldn't be buying a house?). As true of a statement that is, that's not how our economy work. If I have some valuable stuff sitting around and I'm not using it, what good would it do me sitting there? I can afford to let it sit there with any value it may be worth wrapped up in it, that I can't afford to use that cash elsewhere....please explain how I can afford that and not relocate that cash I could put elsewhere.


                            Originally posted by Clueless
                            If there's something you really want but can't cash it out, but you have certain things of value, and loans are out of question....what would you do?
                            You want me to be your financial adviser when you come up with a vague ass question like that? Are you buying a damn house? Are you buying a PS3? Are you buying a damn candy bar?

                            edit: Affording something should be decided by not only the initial investment but also by the future investment. A house could be affordable, or it could not be affordable, depending on size, location, etc. It's all cost/benefit.
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                              #15
                              Originally posted by mchaley
                              You want me to be your financial adviser when you come up with a vague ass question like that? Are you buying a damn house? Are you buying a PS3? Are you buying a damn candy bar?
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