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#18 is not legal. There is a copyright on those cd's. You can listen to them, you cannot burn them unless you buy the disc. Same goes for dvds.
Why don't you send this article to Washington DC... So our taxes go up and we need to cut back, reduce spending, to make ends meet.
I think I will do the opposite borrow more and spend more... All the brain trust in DC seem to think that is the best way to manage a budget
Burning CDs from the library is not only illegal, it cheats the performers. How would the person who wrote this piece like it if they did not get paid?
As a musician, songwriter, performer and recording artist with a website, I believe what I need to do to help out all my friends who are musicians and artists (and for some strange reason starving,) is copy word for word everything in this article and post it to my website. I'm sure the people who have put the sweet little copyright symbol next to the Freelance name won't mind, and no one from Getty Images will care. I mean, really, they didn't do any actual work to come up with this article, pay to produce any of it, use any talent either natural or learned, exercise any skills learned from an education that was paid for, put forth any type of effort, expect to get paid for it, or have any reasonable expectation that any laws will protect their interest in the open market, right? So I can just take it if I want it. It's not lame. It's hip. I promise.
#23,,,DO NOT use the fridge/freezer baking soda, it clearly states on the box it is NOT for baking, dental uses and never as an antacid, really need to check this before it is posted on the web folks, some people think if it is on the web it is true
My point is, teach your kids REAL savings skills and teach them early. They are perfectly capable of learning if you give them the chance and SET A GOOD EXAMPLE FOR THEM!
I like puppcry comments, but one other area that needs to be addressed is the parents/adults. They need to learn to tell each other no on that new TV, the other one isn't broke. Or the new outfits just because you went to work in it twice doesn't mean its old. We all have to work on making our savings grow. Save the money for each of the items you want. Your kids will follow in seeing what you do. They just want to be the same. I had a hard time myself telling my kid no also. You love to see there face light up when you buy that toy for them.
The other thing I see is when parents are buying I-Pads, cell phones and other high priced items for kids when they don't need them yet in there life. If we buy our kids everything they will never learn. Set the example.
#98 - Plan your driving routes to avoid left turns? But I did enjoy the article and respect that what I've taken to be common sense in so many of these suggestions will be new to some of us as there are "green" recruits entering the marketplace all the time. Thanks for the article.
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