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Author: dedik One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 19821  
Subject: Thanks fellow fools Date: 2/19/2003 6:12 AM
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I just wanted to say that the discussion boards on the fool are by far the most educational sources of information on the web. I truly do find that reading through the various discussion boards here on the fool makes the $29.95/year fee seem like an absolute bargin. I'm 29 years old and about 3 years ago I came to a realization; that realization was that I had virtually no net-worth what-so-ever and wasn't gaining ground very quickly with my bad spending habits and even worse savings habits. Then I found the fool, it's been my beacon of hope ever since.

Since I found the fool, I've paid off two vehicles, greatly reduced my debt and began funding my 401K the maximum that my employeer would allow which has me putting in the maximum allowed by the government each year. I'd just like to thank all of you on the fool for sharing your knowledge and life experiences, whether good or bad. It's evident that we can all share and learn together.

I decided to post this on the retirement board because this is the board I spend most of my time on (as a lurker). Simply reading through the wealth of information that you all provide. Someday down the road when my hum-drum, work-a-day lifestyle takes a turn towards a better tomorrow (otherwise known as retirement!), I'll think of all the information from this board and those who posted it. Thanks a million!
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