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sounds like a good time to cut taxes
« on: July 28, 2008, 07:45:50 AM »

http://bloomberg.com/apps...7O8o2c0iNY&refer=home
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Re: sounds like a good time to cut taxes
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2008, 09:42:26 AM »

How can I be out of money?  I still have checks left.
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Re: sounds like a good time to cut taxes
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2008, 10:11:54 AM »

How about a debt reduction tax on gas and fuel oil? Just twist that knife.
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Re: sounds like a good time to cut taxes
« Reply #3 on: July 28, 2008, 10:17:54 AM »

How about a debt reduction tax on gas and fuel oil? Just twist that knife.

lol, I started weighing options on our current 2006 civic EOL coming up in december.  payoff = 11.3k current lot prices for same model/year  = 15.5k+ (and those all have way more miles than mine does at just 18000 right now) .  think about that.  a 3year old car selling used on lot for 80% of its msrp (new)


  made swallowing the pill on having to replace some tires today a lot easier.  payoff and enjoy its relative 'cheapness' or payoff and sell it and use the $ on a new hyundai or something in the 13k range (new) and payoff on the same time horizon


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Re: sounds like a good time to cut taxes
« Reply #4 on: July 28, 2008, 10:41:26 AM »

You only got 18k miles out of tires on a Civic?
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Re: sounds like a good time to cut taxes
« Reply #5 on: July 28, 2008, 12:50:32 PM »

You only got 18k miles out of tires on a Civic?

well, i do like to make the car move....  but mainly...
i hit a nasty pothole on the freeway the other day around 75mph  and 1 tire was extremely f'd up (visible bulge once wheel removed) and another was determined by the tech to have a less pronounced problem slightly shifted belt. so I was down for 2  for peace of mind, no matter what.  since the other 2 were at half original tread, i just said *fiddlesticks*it and got a real set because i really dont like the idea of a 1/2 worn and 1/2 new set

in a way, maybe i'm lucky to have discovered it now. by having the real trouble one rotated to the front and discovering the issue, whereas i hadn't observed it when it was a rear wheel....  maybe i avoided a blowout and potential severe accident

unfortunately, i could have swore i bought a road hazard plan, but i couldn't find any documentation proving it... either i didn't, or i did and totally lost it. there's no way i would put it in a wrong folder, im pretty a.r. about important paperwork like that .
 Sad

on the bright side, it completely cemented my decision to keep the car for at least the near term.

just got back from store with these
ride very nice, and quiet. definitely a step up from what came on it out of the factory.

http://tires.costco.com/T...eDetails.xhtml?cid=660433

wasn't exactly pleased to be dumping that much $ today, and not that I necessarily wanted that nice a tire... but the only others they had in stock in the right size were bf goodrich with 45k warranty.

factor in that i plan to abuse that lifetime free rotation and balancing....  i guess i can live with the extra 40/tire  since that seems to cost $50 nowadays





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