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fug im almost 30...does this mean me?

Money. Don't have it don't spend it. Money's #1 enemy is women, followed closley by the government.

Building credit. More important than money. Hard to repair.

Building family relationships. More important than anything. May be impossible to repair.

Marriage. Don't do it until you're older. Even if it mans simply waiting. Statistics will almost double you'll choose right and stay together.

Kids. Don't do it unless you don't love respect, money and sleeping in.

Job. Go the route what makes you happy not what pays the most. Statistics support making more in the long run by naturally becoming good at what you already love.

Never eat chinese food.

why? sodium?

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Never eat at a Japanese steakhouse if the chef is a white guy

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You are kidding right ?

No that I'm paying off an awesome new car I will have enough credit soon

But just having a credit card and paying it off didn't get me anywhere

Had to get my mom to co sign on my loan

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fug bitches

get money

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You gotta grind stay focus

Dont lose focus

Get that mula

money over b*tches

stay low key

fug the cops

the block stay hot

watch out for snitches

they all b*tches

stay true to the fam

everything gravy baby

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I wish I could change one thing...I remember being younger and seeing all these old guys just having random conversations with whoever the hell they felt like, specifically hot chicks...and I thought they were just old perves. Now, I'm getting older and my ability to strike up conversations with just whoever I want, specifically hot chicks, has gotten so much easier. I really wish I would have broken down that internal barrier earlier in life!!!!!

put a little money away whenever you get the chance, but live life too.

don't burn your bridges, you never know when you need to cross the river again

don't piss people off too much...this world really is a small place and you'd be amazed how many people you will run into again later in life

it's all about balance....remember yesterday, plan for tomorrow but live for today!

try it, you might like it

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Be born brilliant. If not, shoot yourself and try again.

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You are kidding right ?

He's right. You have to leave a balance every month. I use a credit card to buy gas, generally around $500/month. I pay it all off at the end of the month, minus around $30-40 to leave a balance. If you just pay it off every month it isn't getting reported.

That is what I was told by someone high in the banking industry. I'm sure you'll tell me how they're wrong.

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Never lose your focus.

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