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Posts from ‘August, 2008’

Building a Better Mouse Trap

how to write narrative essay p align=”center”> My oldest brother and I often have brainstorming sessions about our next big idea. From producing bio diesel for tug boats to renting out chairs for weddings, we come up with all sorts of stuff. Unfortunately, he’s still latched to his 9-5 job, and thus his capacity to […]

My Traveling Lifestyle Experimentation

Greetings from the great state of Indiana. Or, as I like to call it, corntopia. Perhaps land of endless corn or the great corn state would be a more appropriate motto for the place. Seriously, its flat. After a reluctant journey with my older brother across half the country to get his things from his […]

Debt Removal: Multiple Options

When it comes to tackling debt, everyone tends to find their own system that works for them. For some, a “debt snowball,” or knocking out smaller balances first before moving on to larger obligations, works wonders. For others, taking care of whatever obligation charges the most in interest makes more sense. Still others seek assistance […]

In the Way of Progress

I’ll admit that I’m a big proponent of green tech, especially so if it is not only economically viable, but profitable. So it was that I came across a recent article at CNN talking about how wind power has increased across the board and how some farmers are cashing in on the prospects. The newfound […]

Are Car Loans “Good” Debt?

art of the personal essay p>I’m often intrigued by the way people classify their debt obligations. For some, a mortgage is the only thing they’ll allow to be listed under good debts. For others its a much wider array of things, including student loans and yes, sometimes, car loans. The reasoning for this I suppose […]