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    Thumbs up Made more cash this a.m.

    Went to the junk yard again...We got 121.00...Not as good as last week but still great for an hours work

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    good job!!!!
    I can't be out of money... I still have checks left!

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    Great job are prices still up?? i have been hearing that they are really coming down from what they were!
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    Trying to be more self sufficient here on our farm!

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    Wow that's great for just an hour work!

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    Awesome!

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    That is quite an hourly wage!

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    That's fantastic!
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    Wow that is terrific! What are you taking in?

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    Way to go!

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    :woohoo: that's awesome!

    How does it work?
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    As far as we know prices are still up....Dh is an HVAC service manager, so he always ends up cleaning up after the guys, so he takes old units and empty jugs and old copper piping

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michelle View Post
    :woohoo: that's awesome!

    How does it work?

    You find a metal recycle place in your area. Then you take in metal, cans, tin, aluminum, copper, stainless steel, cast iron....lol the list goes on. They weigh it out and pay you according to that days price!
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    Good for you!


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    Jayne, that is still awesome!! I think you are doing great at earning extra cash and cleaning up!

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    Woo Hoo!! Great job!

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    Continue to follow a modified Dave Ramsey plan to pay off debt. Progress has been made, but there is much to do...
    Balances January 1, 2011 -----------------June 10, 2011------------------Jan 2014
    Citimortgage on home: $104,500-------- $102,775----------------- $94,520.33
    BofA Mtg on Rental: $27,000------------ $26,000(Est)--------$18,200
    HSBC Equity Line on Rental: $11,900------ $9,902--------------------$8,900
    Citibank car loan: $13,830 -------------- $11,663-------------PAID OFF!!
    Cornerstone car loan: $11,600------- PAID OFF!!
    Student Loan: $1,500------------------ $320----------PAID OFF!!
    Credit card: $1,200-------------------- $1,200--------PAID OFF!!

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