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Long time since there was much chatter here. Life goes on.

2008: My daughter drives my car with $1000 deductible collision insurance into the door frame of my garage with $1000 deductible homeowner's insurance. I decide $2000 is a much better number for a mini-efund than $1000.

2018: My daughter calls me. Car is dead. Verizon will tow it to the dealer under her wireless roadside assistance coverage. Can I give her a ride tomorrow to pay for it and pick it up? Since she got a higher paying job, she can handle the unexpected repair without financial assistance from me. Even though she still has no credit card.

I am so freaking proud of her. I could just pay for her car repair, but that's not what she wants.
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