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KingKosar

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Comment 02 Feb 2016

I'll also concur with YTown.  (Though the OP didn't mention what the credit limit was on the card(s))

The only item I would add would be regarding the new loan.  Be sure to check the fine print for not only the interest rate, but any potential penalties for late payments (some loans can have triggers that significantly raise the interest rate if a late payment occurs).  Also, check for pre-payment penalties, in case you want to pay the loan off more quickly.

Comment 02 Feb 2016

I love your positive spirit, BuckeyeGuy, but the MOD's already killed this post once for a reason.  

Comment 02 Feb 2016

A big thank you, Jason.  I don't get the AJAX error anymore when I try to load comments!  

Comment 26 Jan 2016

Men are from Mars, women are from Venus.  The book was really a carefully hidden description about how we got here.  I'm creating a church devoted to it.

Comment 21 Jan 2016

^^^This.  Nicely said, BadOwl.  Spot on regarding Return of the Jedi.  It's one of the big reasons to watch it in Machete order.

Plus it makes the entire series about Luke - which it truely is - as opposed to being about Anakin, which is the effect you would get if you watched it straight through in Episode order (1-6)

Comment 21 Jan 2016

I completely agree with the OP.  Here's a great article discussing the best order to watch the movies:  Episode 4, 5 first, which leave you on a cliffhanger about how Luke is going to handle the new info about his family.  Then watch epidodes 2 and 3, which become one extended flashback about Anakin and how he became Vader.  Finish it off with Episode 6.  Not only does this make six even better, but the end makes more sense when you see the Force Ghost of Anakin being Hayden Christenson and not the original actor who played Vader.