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Author: JLizNY Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 308881  
Subject: Re: Karyn's below the $1000 mark Date: 10/29/2002 2:45 PM
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Well, she's paid of over $6k of her own money in less than 4 months not counting any money from anyone else. That's not bad. She sold her things and used money that she earned. The rest came from those that offered, but face it, she has paid almost the same amount of money in four months that you have paid in 1.5 years. She must be doing something right.

Yeah, but most of that extra money is from selling stuff on e-bay. I don't have anything to sell. All my extra items I passed onto my family. Plus I didn't have hundred dollar bags and coats anyway. The most I've ever spent on a bag is $25 and the most on a coat $50. There's the big difference. If I had Gucci and Fendi crap to sell, I could easily make an extra $6K in 4 months. She didn't do something right, she just sold the crap that got her in trouble in the first place.

JLizNY :)
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