ok soo im soo stoked. they released a browser for hte iphone that somehwat supports flash. its called skyfire and all i can say is my breaks at school are not gonna suck. ill have my iphone and some videos to watch. Hope you can all benefit from this. and in other news. ill go back to talking about credit cards or cosmetic surgery in my next post, since that hwat most of my followers also seem interested in blogging about. take care all
Posted by OC-STEVEN at 6:15 PM
So its obvious that credit card companies want us to use them. I think the plus side is building credit. The downside, and it is much larger imo of the downside is the interest rates on unpaid balnces. Unpaid balances will result in a decreased credit score and will cost u alot of money. U can avoid this whole mess by being verrrrry responsible with ur credit card spending or you could just do it the old fashioned way with cash.
Posted by OC-STEVEN at 1:43 PM
so i was reading the news section on google and came across a story written by abc. it basically posed the question, would you have cosmetiv surgery to increase your chances of getting hired? This In my opinion at least shows how fake people have become. if people are hiring based on looks instead of looking at what potential employees have to offer. I dont think someone should have to get breast implants or have liposuction in order to get a job. thoughts and opinions are appreciated.
Posted by OC-STEVEN at 12:07 PM
SO heres yet another company filing for bankruptcy!!! K bank, a maryland based banking company has filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy. In these tough economic times it seems like everyones going under and filing for some type of bankruptcy. glad my money is safe (for now at least) in wells fargo.
Posted by OC-STEVEN at 9:48 AM
it appears Ambac, a bond insurance company has recntly filed for bankruptcy. i came across this reading a few news articles online. and according to the new york times "In its Chapter 11 petition, Ambac listed several groups of bondholders — all represented by the Bank of New York Mellon as trustee — as its largest creditors, with a total of $1.6 billion in claims." now thats something to think about, huge companies having to file for bankruptcy
Posted by OC-STEVEN at 6:14 PM
so from what ive learned about reading a few blogs on bankruptcy is that it is more common than i thought. So have any of u bloggers ever had to file for chapter 7 or chapter 13 personal bankruptcy? or faced a situation close to having to file for bankruptcy?
Posted by OC-STEVEN at 7:11 PM