Monthly Archives: November 2020

Inside the mind of a killer

What is the difference, psychologically, between someone who kills and someone who doesn’t? Many people have killed because their love for someone else was totally consuming them and they could not stand the thought of loosing that person. One guy … Continue reading

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Money Matters – Money has a price

“Money, just to pile it up, is mental illness” – Dave Ramsey Is it possible for *EVERYONE* to be debt free, live a good life, and prosper? It’s a trick question, because the answer is “Yes” but with one caveat … Continue reading

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Money Matters – Multiple Income Streams

It’s real simple advice to tell someone to get a job (or 2) to increase their income. It’s another thing to actually go out and work another job. Sometimes you need to get “creative” in finding a way to make … Continue reading

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Money Matters – Delusions of Grandeur?

My (now ex-)wife once accused me of just wanting to hoard cash. She could not have been so wrong in her misjudgment of my intentions. One year she wanted to take a vacation so I asked her how much it … Continue reading

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Clutch Volume Index

Starting in 1989, Chrysler started using an electronically controlled transmission, that also had “adaptive memory” within the TCM. It was a new way of controlling a transmission and very few people understood how it worked, let alone how to diagnose … Continue reading

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Could Everyone Stop Trying To Screw Everyone Else, That’d Be Great

The history of mankind is littered with the blood of everyone trying to screw everyone else. Physically, mentally, emotionally, and of course, financially. Salesmen telling lies just to get you to sign on the dotted line. Politicians slinging mud in … Continue reading

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Money Matters – Step 8: What To Do With All This Money

You’ve paid off your debts, you’ve paid off your home mortgage, your children’ college fund is taken care of, and you’ve got enough money in your retirement account to live off the interest. Now what do you do? Dave says … Continue reading

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Money Matters – Step 7: Pay Off Your Home Mortgage

This is a HUGE step for the vast majority of people, not only because having a mortgage is viewed as ‘normal’, but also because a home mortgage is the single largest debt any person or family will likely have. A … Continue reading

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Money Matters – Step 6: College Funding

What’s the best way to send your children to college? Pay cash, of course! Far too many young adults are saddled with school loans that will keep them in debt for many years to come. DO NOT SIGN UP FOR … Continue reading

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Money Matters – Step 5: Maximize Retirement Investing

The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The 2nd best time is RIGHT NOW. Retirement isn’t about age, it’s about the ability to make ends meet financially so you don’t have to toil at a regular … Continue reading

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