Just a moment of miscellany
I took the pledge. Our granddaughter's 2002 Kia broke down last week. The estimate to fix it was $1,600. There was a lot of discussion about whether to repair it or junk it. We had it repaired!Sheris White
As the economy's meltdown continues, one rather important shift has happened. In pre-meltdown days, a person's used stuff had some value. When we wanted to dispose of old things there were garage sales, Craig’s List and eBay for selling our things. Take a peek at eBay ... lots of unsold items and Craig’s List? Buyers demand next to nothing prices because they know there’s been a paradigm shift.. Our stuff is now nearly worthless. Couple that sad phenomena with all the low priced stuff made in China and sold in Big Box stores... We truly have become a disposable society.
(still looks cold on that mountain top)
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