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April 11, 2005


John Lushbough

Sounds like you are following advice from Dave Ramsey. Good for you.


This is the first I've heard of Dave Ramsey, but I Googled him and it does look as though I'm following his general program. It's good to have a second opinion!


Good luck with your new finances. Keep an eye on the debit card - it's easy to lose track of your balance!

And your post below about Wisconsin - are cheese curds the souvenir of choice when you visit there? Just curious...


Is a hybrid car the opposite of a gas guzzler which you Americans seem to cherish so ?

When you are paying the = of $ 8 a gallon then you should look for fuel economy.

Fortunately, the gauge in the LPG tank on the Citroen has hardly moved yipee !


Fi - Yes, Wisconsin is big on cheese of all descriptions, but cheese curds seem to be a specialty.

Keith - My hybrid is definitely the opposite of the big gas guzzlers. I just hope I never get in a collision with a GG because I don't think my car would save me!


Good luck with your new financial plan! Living within one's means is NOT unAmerican, it's practical. Once you survive the transition, you'll wonder why you didn't do it years ago. :)

I *heart* my debit card.

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