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  1. I respect the guitar it's the only thing that relaxes me after work
  2. I prefer a different type of investment. I believe there are many better investment funds. For example, alternative investments at the institutional level. I don't know any lofts of such funds, but I can say that I still remember it. But investments make a profit when they are large. A similar situation was with me I needed money I was given a loan only ...,and for this I am grateful to them. Because I have my own firm now
  3. My pool is 18 years old, around 20,000 gallons with a spa that spills into it. I do have solar panels (used only 3-4 months per year) and a DE filter. My current pump is a Purex Triton Whisperflow 1.5 HP. It is 9 years old. Is that about the age where one thinks of just replacing it? It's gotten heated up from sucking air a couple of times, currently it has a tiny, tiny occasional leak. I'm just getting tired of this thing losing it's prime so I'm thinking of replacing it. Due to the age of the pool I keep getting tiny leaks in the PVC pipe where it's joined together. Is there anything I can do to patch it? Tired of spending $100 a pop to have someone come fix it. What brands of pumps are considered good? I've scanned through some of these topics and see I'm in the dark ages as I've never heard of a variable speed pump. Leslie's pool supply has a special through 9/7 in which they will install the pump for free. I'd love to save energy but I'd mostly love not having to worry about the pump losing it's prime. Thank you for any input you have for me as I'm pretty clueless. Lately my house has been fix and repair ($500 refrigerator repair yesterday).
  4. Just found out that my due date is my birthday! Here's to seeing if I'll be sharing my parties with the stinker to be.
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  8. Yep, this is the right answer. I had to follow the asterisks and read the fine print, they will hit you up to renew the cert every 2 years. However, the wording on their marketing copy is very deceptive, they specifically use the term "5-year certificate" Seems like a way to keep unaware folks on the hook for as many years as possible. Especially lame considering the second time you renew the cert you only get a single year, and will therefore be more likely to re-up the subscription to get the convenience of a 2-year cert. It's a hotdog / hotdog bun scam.
  9. I'm tired of working hard. Advise what the idea for business.
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  11. Are you planning on doing the same flooring throughout the entire house or are you open to multiple floors? For instance a tile in the kitchen and hardwood everywhere else.
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  13. What is your attitude to woodworking? have you ever tried it??