DamnPortlanders, I just got 14,000 Things To Be Happy About. It's awesome for randomness.
What are your favorite things to be happy about?
forcing candy on unsuspecting [or perhaps rather suspecting] co-workers
sleeping in on the weekends
Is anyone as disturbed as I am about the "Viva Viagra" commercial??
Anyone going to Mondo Croquet this afternoon??? Anyone interested in going but needs a bowling ball? I have an extra... If you see me say hello. I will be dressed as the Queen of Hearts and my boyfriend will be dressed like the jack of diamonds.
is there a place in portland that sells interesting stickers?
not just bumper stickers or scrapbooking stickers. more like "art stickers".
p.s. i'll even take a great website!
Oh Portland. I need your advice!
Long story short, friend was driving my car and got in an accident. Totaled the car. Insurance isn't paying off the full amount of my loan. Sucks, right? Splitting the remaining bill in half with the friend but I want/need it paid NOW and she is in a position that she can only make payments.
Being upset doesn't fix anything so I'm trying to figure out my next move.
I JUST put my savings for the past 3 years into an IRA. The whole amount. And I really REALLY don't feel like throwing 10% of the amount I would draw back out down the potty. So, brings me to my question.
a - Take out a personal loan for that amount that I'll owe on the loan (almost 3k) and probably another grand for a down payment.
Pros: Payments aren't an issue, helps build credit, fast resoultion.
Cons: Debt to my name. That's about all.
b - Wait the fews months it will take to save up the money & a down payment.
Pros: Not taking out another loan.
Cons: Stressing about timelines and all the other yuckiness of having to THINK about money constantly.
Money isn't the issue, my issue is time. I don't want to be without a car for longer than I have to.
Give me ideas!!!!
I'm thinking of picking blackberries sometime today or this week. Does anyone know of a good place to pick berries for free that is on a bus line?
I couldn't find this answer on the Library's website, so I come to you, oh wise ones.
If I needed a book for an extended period of time, how many times would the library let me renew a book in their system? It's a textbook for a class, if that makes a difference.
Thanks in advance. :)
where in SE could i buy a small hookah for a decent price?