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Bronwyn Jones

You win. Mine sucked.

Keith

Yeah, you squashed me. Mine sucked too: http://www.7nights.com/asterisk/archive/2002/07/virgin

"At some point you just have to stop and go with what you have."

I think that's true of just about anything. Great first.

Ryan Irelan

I was in the dark days of grad school when I wrote that, so please don't judge me. ;)

This is a way better start.

*runs off to delete archives on his blog* ;)

Leo A. Novelli

You beat me... I still have no idea what to talk about...

Russ

Thanks for all the feedback guys.

Sameer Vasta

Amen. Great way to kick it off.

I had to use someone else's words in my first post..

serge

Thanks. It's so true...

MichaelBallard25

Cars and houses are not cheap and not every person can buy it. Nevertheless, personal loans was invented to aid different people in such hard situations.

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