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Posted by Why Chat (209.240.198.61) on September 14, 2002 at 09:21:08:

In Reply to: To Why Chat posted by CC Collector on September 13, 2002 at 23:35:27:


The only real asset any of us have is TIME.There are no "credit cards" available to borrow extra hours even if you were willing to pay a high interest rate (except perhaps for selling your soul to the devil as many CEO'S seem to have done)

I have grandchildren older than you, CC, and I prefer to spend my "lighter hours" doing things that are fun with them and my great grandchildren.

I do not think that anyone much who comes to this board is looking for a "lighter side", certainly not all the regulars who spend countless hours, without any renumeration doing the research and posting helpful answers to serious problems.

The time you spend here, posting frivolous fluff,that we have to wade through to see if there is a REAL problem or a USEFUL answer could be better spent at something else.

In addition, you say you are a college student and working for a collection agency. I am semi-retired, other regular posters on the board do not, and can not post from their place of employment. I am old fashioned, I believe that if you are posting from your work, you are STEALING from your employer the only thing of value (time).

In addition the "get rich quick" schemes and Mickey Mouse pyramid kiting schemes you have posted may tempt some gullible person to try for a "quick fix" to their problems. (as you seem to be looking for)

In short, IF YOU ARE NOT PART OF THE SOLUTION- YOU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM.




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