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September 06, 2011, 05:03:23 AM
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Tried that already lol.
I was denied because of my credit and the fact that I'm on state assistance/food stamps.
I've examined and tried every angle of this before asking here in the first place.
I even went as far as to ask the seller of the explorer if he'd take payments and he said no.
It was also suggested to me to get a car, but I can't drive cars(personal reasons).
It was also explained that vehicles up here usualy go for $1000+ so when I see a good deal on a vehicle I try to go for it.
I also know there alot of people in my situation and know where I'm coming from... then again I know there are alot of people on here that have alot of bitcoins and are sitting on them hoping the rate goes up.
I'm not asking for alot.
I've also been looking for work since Dec 2009, and with my back injury(that put me on assistance in the first place) companies look down on me for it. Will they tell me that to my face? No but I know differently.
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September 06, 2011, 06:53:27 AM
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Tried that already lol.
I was denied because of my credit and the fact that I'm on state assistance/food stamps.
I've examined and tried every angle of this before asking here in the first place.
I even went as far as to ask the seller of the explorer if he'd take payments and he said no.
It was also suggested to me to get a car, but I can't drive cars(personal reasons).
It was also explained that vehicles up here usualy go for $1000+ so when I see a good deal on a vehicle I try to go for it.
I also know there alot of people in my situation and know where I'm coming from... then again I know there are alot of people on here that have alot of bitcoins and are sitting on them hoping the rate goes up.
I'm not asking for alot.
I've also been looking for work since Dec 2009, and with my back injury(that put me on assistance in the first place) companies look down on me for it. Will they tell me that to my face? No but I know differently.

I think you need to get off the computer. You need to start going to the gym, or go walking every day. Stop believing that you are so shit out of luck, and learn to be a man. You don't need an explorer, or even a car for that matter. You need a reality check. You don't have enough money for insurance, or the gas you'll need to operate the vehicle. Your public assistance is barely enough to feed and clothe you, and as you say, no employer wants to hire you.

It's not because of your back injury though, Logan.

They don't want to hire you because to them you seem like a pathetic victim who thinks the world owes him a living, a parasitical monster who cannot take responsibility for himself.

Best of luck, Logan.

-Jonathan

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September 06, 2011, 11:20:07 AM
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Woa talk about coming out of nowhere with complete and utter bullshit.
I do need an explorer to go back and forth to Walmart and stores for food and the like.
Early 90s Explorers were the safest ones statistically as they were built off the 80s Ranger frame.
How do I know that? I owned one. Not only that, Ford vehicles have been my life so I know them in and out.
Insurance and gas won't be a problem. Paren'ts said they'dd take care of it.
Tomorrow I find out from the chiropractor wither or not I have a strong SSI case or not.

Here's what I don't need. I don't need folks who think they know what I need.
Only I know what I need. If you're a potential lender, great.. I have ways to show I'm responsible and not like the scammers that are on these boards(like returning the 1.2btc the IBB lent me).
But for you to purposly come onto my post and tell me what I do and don't need would be like me coming to your house and telling you what you do and don't need. You'd hate me for it.
I will find someway to get my target amount. Hell, if someone lent me their hashes for a week like TheGrapest did, that'd help. Why? Because people care. If no one wants to donate coins or loan me coins directly, then buy something from bitcard... either way it gets to me and my goal of getting a '94 ford explorer. Why? because i'm italian and determined.
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September 06, 2011, 11:59:59 PM
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September 07, 2011, 07:25:32 PM
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Just got off the phone with the owner of the second explorer and he said he has it and is willing to drop the price to $800 usd for me, however it'll still cost and additional $200 to get it licensed, tagged, insured and inspected(don'tcha just love NY?).
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September 08, 2011, 02:23:21 PM
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ping... bump
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September 11, 2011, 10:31:30 AM
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September 22, 2011, 10:54:17 PM
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ah, forgot to say loan repaid Smiley

thank you
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