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    Read this string and was hoping for good news at the end. While it isn't a job it sounds like things are positive.

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    Yes, I hope all is going as well as it can. If it was me I'd be reading about taking them to small claims court for slander. Don't know if I'd ultimately do anything, but it would be a partial outlet for my anger at them lying about my reputation.

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    Don't pay any extra on ANYTHING. You don't know how long he will be out of work or if you're entirely safe. Pay only what you have to. Save every dime you can. Voice of experience here. SAVE
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    I would pay only the minimum on the bills for now and save everything I could. You don't know how long it will be until he's back to work and unemployment runs out eventually, doesn't it?

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    Saving sounds like great advice to me so I will take it (espically as we had big storms and lost a few trees that were too risky to chop down our selves-powerlines!). Unemployment runs out for him (as long as they don't try to appeal the appeal) in May 2011. Right now he is concentrating in his field or a similar one and if nothing comes up he will branch out soon. He is also going for his GED in August so as long as he studies hard that will open up a lot of doors. Good news for a change is I just graduated college! Horray only took this teacher's kid 12 years to listen to what the rents were saying.

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