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Old 05-17-2005, 07:27 PM   #61
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I would give $12 to not have to go around scrounging for change for 2 hours.* But, to each his own
We do it when we're walking the neighborhood & admiring the sunset. Lately we've started carrying a plastic bag to haul home the loot. Makes the place cleaner, too.

But I don't know about working a regular route!
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Re: Your Cheapness Threshold
Old 05-17-2005, 07:32 PM   #62
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Costco must buy TP by the ship load.
By the what load? reminds me of an elementary school joke, hold your tongue between your thumb and forfinger and say, "My dad works in the shipyard and cleans up all the ashes!"

I salute those who are willing to scrounge for change, but I thought that's what I was trying to avoid by saving for retirement!
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I salute those who are willing to scrounge for change, but I thought that's what I was trying to avoid by saving for retirement!* *
* * Yeah, Laurence, but there's always that Plan B .. or C... or D

Actually, as I remember the story, the guy's family thinks he's nuts; but as long as he's not getting arrested, WTH (says me, who was picking up coins at the airport food court last weekend..)
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