Who helped you with your first-time homebuyer's financing? I need recommendations.
I'll be driving up from the SF Bay Area on the 24th of this month to attend a gig at the Doug Fir and I have a couple questions about it.
How is the parking around the venue and what is the closest hotel/motel to the venue?
various rap cds
a chicken run DVD and other DVDs
1 fleece glove
if this sounds like your stuff i'll go rescue it from the trailer that hangs out in the parking lot of where i work and hold on to it until you come and get it. i don't know that it's stolen or if one of the 'locals' just left it behind.
Has anyone here ever had the nine-course tasting menu at Veritable Quandary? If so, may I request thoughts, comments, anecdotes?
Also, any word on Veritable Quandary in general? It's my wife's birthday, and we're thinking of going there to celebrate it.
My boyfriend has been thinking about taking a few classes for graphic/web design. He's been thinking about enrolling in one of the local colleges or universities for just these classes in particular (He already has a degree, so he doesn't want to go back full-time).
So, what would be the best place for him to go to get this kind of training? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Their prices are outrageously low so I'm wondering if there's a catch of some sort...[like promising them your first born if you buy a Canon 5D kit for $1200 while at other stores you'd pay close to $4000 for just the 5d body]
Thanks for the info guys & gals.
These guys won't be getting my $$$.
My old prescription was at Wal-Mart in Vancouver, through my Dad, but I'd rather get it on my own this time.
So what I'm looking for: a cheap, but reliable place to get an eye exam done, glasses lenses and contacts. I'm in SW, but anywhere in Portland is fine.
Theoretically we may be able to reserve the banquet room at the East Bank Saloon, but because I didn't plan early enough (yes, I know, I suck), it may be taken.
Poll will close around this time Wednesday, so vote early vote often, or something!
I could attend meetup...
Location-wise, I'm cool with...
Basically, they're trying to get at least $2 from everyone that they know in order to fund an international journey to work with underprivileged children. Their goal is to raise $30,002 to support their trip for one year through 30 countries. If they don't make their goal, then they are going to donate the money they DID raise to the "Save the Children" campaign.
So do me a favor and check out their Myspace and website. Two bucks is less than a coffee at Starbucks, less than a third of a movie ticket, and about 20 minutes of your time if you're making minimum wage. I'm sure you can find that amount of change in your couch cushions/underneath your car seats.
"A couple of gorgeous guys trying to spread peace and happiness!" (Their words, not mine!)
...other than at the family fun center in wilsonville
i was wondering if anyone knew of a good place to donate them. right now i have quite a few baby sized hats, as well as scarf sets for adults.
most of the clothing distributers i know of only accept new clothing, mine are new, but obviously not storebought...
(cross-posted to pdx_edu, sorry)
does anyone know of a way to get rid of a dead fridge? my husband seems to remember there is a place where, for about $15, they will come and haul away your dead fridge for recycling/trashing. does anyone know of this place or one like it? we have one fridge taking up room in the garage and would like it gone.
or, if you would like an old, dead, fridge with no hope of it ever working again and a sorta nasty interior (it's been in the damp for a while and smells funky) let me know and i'd be glad to give it to you.
thanks, all. have a great night.
They must take Met Life Insurance.
The one that my former dentist referred me to doesn't take it, and I've searched the MetLife preferred dentists, but they don't seem to know anything about them. Is there a better resource to be searching for a dentist?
Jeff Jensen, M.D., M.P.H.
He instantly reminded me of this guy, from TV:
For my birthday this year my Grandmother gave me some stocks. She uses EdwardJones, but tells me that I can go anywhere.
Would anyone be able to recommend a "financial advisor" company that I can go to.
-Someplace that is local or maybe something that has a good online interface.
-Friendly. I know nothing.
-I want to start to set up retirement type accounts. Roth, Ira, 401k, etc. I have no idea what these questions mean.
-The stocks are "Capital Income Builder" stocks, if that means anything to anyone.
any suggestions? EdwardJones is my default.