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Old 05-04-2013, 02:49 PM   #21
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Banks for sure need to loosen up lending, and I would argue that a better way to judge who's "fit" for a loan is someone w/ a low debt-to-income ratio. Inherently a lot of people whose income is high and debt low have good credit scores, but it's not a given. I have a few friends that make $100K plus but have really bad credit because of past mistakes. They've learned, they've acquired better jobs, and yet their credit score still lags behind the positive changes they've made in their lives, financial and otherwise.
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Banks for sure need to loosen up lending.
Why should they?
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Will you noobs shut the **** up and stop bumping this thread out of nowhere?
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Will you noobs shut the **** up and stop bumping this thread out of nowhere?
God, you are like the ******* champion of the internet.
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No, but i'm at least pro enough to recognize that Matty-Cakes over here has no interest in actually becoming a part of the forum and is instead some strange spamming piece of ****.

And apparently pro enough for you to contract *** pain over my comments. So i'll take that as a win for an otherwise boring Friday.
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Banks for sure need to loosen up lending, and I would argue that a better way to judge who's "fit" for a loan is someone w/ a low debt-to-income ratio. Inherently a lot of people whose income is high and debt low have good credit scores, but it's not a given. I have a few friends that make $100K plus but have really bad credit because of past mistakes. They've learned, they've acquired better jobs, and yet their credit score still lags behind the positive changes they've made in their lives, financial and otherwise.
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NOOB. Tell me the significance of the number Ninety-Seven as it relates to your post above. Figure it out, tell us what it is, and perhaps we can let this slide as an unfortunate one-time mistake related to your toddleresque ways.

Otherwise, you're going to have a hard time.
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Old 08-09-2013, 05:40 PM   #29
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No, but i'm at least pro enough to recognize that Matty-Cakes over here has no interest in actually becoming a part of the forum and is instead some strange spamming piece of ****.

And apparently pro enough for you to contract *** pain over my comments. So i'll take that as a win for an otherwise boring Friday.
You're "pro" enough? Somebody pays you for your grammatical errors? That's impressive.

#getajob
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You're "pro" enough? Somebody pays you for your grammatical errors? That's impressive.

#getajob
ZOMG!!!! YOU'RE REAL!!!!!!

I'm afraid I don't understand what grammatical error I have committed, but that's a pretty impressive and quick jump into grammar-**** land as your second post on a forum dedicated to the art of applying forced-induction to Miatas.

That said, of course my use of the word "pro" in that sense was slang and/or vernacular used by people of my generation. That being those who refuse to get the hell off your lawn.


I like your hashtag though, it's cute and hip. It's like you want to fit in.



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Old 08-09-2013, 05:50 PM   #32
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Let me improve this thread.



NOOB. NINETY-*******-SEVEN.
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ZOMG!!!! YOU'RE REAL!!!!!!

I'm afraid I don't understand what grammatical error I have committed, but that's a pretty impressive and quick jump into grammar-**** land as your second post on a forum dedicated to the art of applying forced-induction to Miatas.

That said, of course my use of the word "pro" in that sense was slang and/or vernacular used by people of my generation. That being those who refuse to get the hell off your lawn.


I like your hashtag though, it's cute and hip. It's like you want to fit in.



#postingwhileatwork #swag #mahbawlsurface
I actually enjoyed all of that. Except for when you called me a ****. I like soup just like anybody else, so.

These are still called pound symbols, right? ----> # ... What's a "hashtag"? I'm old and un-hip and ... wait, people still stay "hip"? Thank God!

I'm also posting from work. Something tells me we're both unemployed soon. Hopefully you first, though.

Anyway...what were we talking about?
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So what you're saying is, that you meant to post "pound get a job?"


Your attempts to make yourself sound middle-aged and mature are falling upon deaf ears.
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Your attempts to make yourself sound middle-aged and mature are falling upon deaf ears.
You can hear this?
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Old 08-09-2013, 06:02 PM   #36
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You can hear this?
You know how some people can read lips?

I can tell what you're typing through the sound of your keyboard.


From two cubicles away.

Because my post count is 1337, bitches.
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You know how some people can read lips?

I can tell what you're typing through the sound of your keyboard.


From two cubicles away.

Because my post count is 1337, bitches.
Touche. I'll quit chirpin', now.

Big ups to fooger for the Scarlet photo, though.
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