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Frequently asked questions about delaware money

  • Take the metro from U of Maryland to Union Station then the megabus to U of Delaware. See the links below to plan your trip. Good Luck!!!
  • They are two different things. It should NEVER cost you money to be an actress or model - not for photography, registration, classes or anything else If you want to be an actress, you need to start out in school or community theater. If you can't get a role in a non-professional production like this, you'll never make it at a professional audition. And no big agent will consider you if you don't have a few years of prior acting experience For modeling, you need to go to a big city like NY where the magazines, fashion shows, ad agencies, etc are located. That's where the big modeling agencies are. You submit photos to agencies like Ford, Elite, IMG, Wilhelmina, etc and if they like your look, they will invite you to their office in NY and decide if they want to sign you.
  • I have a relative in Smyrna, Delaware who rents a house for $1300 and that is not so cheap. There is not a lot of big money in Delaware I guess so it is cheap. NJ is connected to NY business and politics. Maryland is connected to D.C. That explains why R.E. is expensive and why people want to live near those two major cities.
  • MANY people have been moving down south to live cheaper, because it's true, living is cheaper down south and you get more for your money and NJ's expenses have gotten barbaric. Most Commonly: people choose Carolina. But my question is; How about Delaware? NJ is so expensive to live, just like NY. And my dad would go to Delaware before anywhere else. Please share your insight, thanks!
  • Delaware is a lot cheaper than New Jersey. Property taxes are around 1/3 of what they are in New Jersey or Maryland and no sales tax is a plus. And when I lived in Claymont, I had a shorter drive into Center City Philadelphia than my friends who lived in Montgomery or Bucks County. Upper Delaware is urban and suburban while Lower Delaware is mostly rural. Lower Delaware, with the exception of near the beach, is also less expensive than Upper Delaware. But jobs in Lower Delaware also pay a lot less money.
  • Delaware. As someone who has lived in all 3 states, Delaware is generally the cheapest of the 3, especially if you have to insure a car. Plus from Jersey, you have the $4 toll every time you go to Philly.
  • Delaware is an Agricultural state, like the South Jersey area. Outside of the Annual Pumpkin Chunkin Contest and trips into Dover there isn't really a whole lot to do after you get outside of Wilmington. Pass.
  • Hi, I live in NJ and I work in Philly. I have many (and I mean lots ) of co-workers who live in Delaware. My Delaware co-workers looked at me like I had 10 heads when I told them that I live in NJ and travel to philly to work everyday. One day my co-worker, Jamie invited me to her home in Delaware to just hang-out together. While I was at her home, she tried to tell me all the things that Delaware had to offer and tried to talk me into moving to Delaware. I of course already know that Delaware does not have any state tax. I also saw first hand (from visiting her). That the area was loaded with children (my 3 kids are now adults). And although I love children (I used to be a teacher in an Elementary school) I would just like to enjoy some quiet time now... since I'm older now and my patience with noise is too thin to deal with on an everyday basis. Anyway, I learned so much about Delaware from my co-worker that day...but I also learned that Delaware was not a state that I personally would enjoy living in. It sounds crazy but I would rather live down South in a different state (and even pay sales tax) than to move to Delaware!! For now, I am going to stay here in NJ and continue my quiet lifestyle. Yes, NJ is very expensive. But I don't care to live in Delaware...even if it is cheaper there!
  • http://www.brandsonsalemall.us A study says that mice that were given a human brain gene learned how to perform tasks better. The interesting part is that the ones with the human brain gene actually learned how to stuff even more cheese down their throat than they did when they were just mice. Iraq is calling for the end of “extremist sanctuaries” around the world. Which pretty much means they gave the go ahead to blow up Iraq.
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  • Dad is pretty smart. That's not a bad idea, and you'd be closer to the old friends and such.
  • If you live close and gas is not an issue shop in Delaware. If you buy $100.00 worth of stuff, you saving just $7.00 If you shop on line, tax is determined by the state in where you and the business resides. If the business has a presence in your state you would be required to pay your state sales tax. Buy from a business where they have no presence in your state to not pay sales tax.
  • NJ also has a 7% use tax, so you could not legally save any money by shopping in Delaware for consumption in New Jersey. You could save by having dinner and a movie in Delaware, instead of New Jersey, assuming the prices are the same.
  • What are you shopping for? NJ does not charge sales tax on clothing, shoes, or groceries. How much will you be spending to make up for the gas driving there?
  • http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/homep... It makes it sound like no one at all at a Delaware gun show has to fill out a 4473. Who new the wild west was just to my south? Oh, and they passed a bunch of tax-money wasting measures too. Won't affect crime one bit, but sure makes a lot of people feel good. http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/homep...
  • Delaware is not exempt from fed law and there is NO gun show loophole That is the big lie that the Bradys have been trying to push for years FFLs whether selling out of their storefront or from a gun show table must fill out 4473s and do back ground checks Delaware state laws allows private sales whether at your kitchen table or at a gunshow not to do a background check so where's the loophole? A loophole is what the state is trying to pass making a private sale at a gun show different than a private sale anywhere else which would drive the cost and inconvenience of private sales up to the point that they would decline Gun control is simply about control, not guns
  • They should have blown all the bridges over the C&D Canal back in the 1970s and there wouldn't be any of this foolishness today. Damned New Yorkers moved in with their citified attitudes and screwed up what was once one of the best places to live in the entire USA.
  • Bloomberg did the same sort of thing in New York. Outright lying to 'the sheep' to 'beat the drum for some useless measure he'd though up.
  • Thats what they do, put out vague, misleading articles out there to sway the masses. To most people, a gun show is a shady, black market type event filled with criminals obtaining illegal weapons, however different reality is. Whoever wrote that article had no intention of clearly stating what the processes actually are, just to make people believe that this would be a harmless, non restrictive law that should have been in place already.
  • 1) police chiefs are not law experts 2) police are very used to the idea of lying, speaking half truths, and using deception to get what they want. Example "you say you don't have any drugs in your car, so I guess that means you don't mind if I search it" or "Tell me what happened, tell me where the drugs are, and it will go better for you" (police don't have the authority to speak for prosecutors...in this case 'better' means 'we will get you processed and into jail faster than if we have to search ourselves) 3) antigunners are full of lies.
  • If you buy from a dealer at a gun show you fill out the 4473 and get the background check. If you buy from a collector it is a handshake deal usually with some sort of name, id number, signature paper for their records. That;s the way it is, and it awesome that we live in such a great country.
  • No offense to police officers, but they're the last ones who will know anything about gun laws!
  • as said above, the police are likely the least knowledgeable in laws then anyone else, I've asked policemen what's legal in many situations and they didn't have a answer for it, doesn't make sense.
  • That "Gun Show Loop Hole" is the same 2nd Amendment Right that allows you to privately sell a firearm to you neighbor, friend, or co-worker. If they close that so called 'loop hole' it will effect more than just guns hows - it kills all private sales as well. You won't be able to sell a gun unless you go through a FFL or run a NICS check on the buyer.
  • The "loophole" in gun laws at gun shows exists, but it's blown out of proportion. The gun shows don't HAVE to do a background check, but most dealers will. I know because I worked a show a few times.
  • It all comes down to money. Delaware St. will make far more money playing Michigan than they ever will playing N.C. A&T.
  • You have no idea how it works. Ok it counts as a loss but even if they lose 70-0 to Michigan Delaware State is going to get a huge payday. For that one game they are going to get more money than every other game combined this year. Now if they win then they just provided the rest of the nation with more Michigan jokes. Lets face Michigan is never going to be able forget about their epic fail against Appalachian State
  • What Delaware State did, is, to my mind, unethical, but the school and the athletic director would tell you that by taking the forfeit loss and instead going to Ann Arbor, the athletic department will, by doing so, be able to fund a large portion, if not all, of the school's non-revenue producing programs. That would be a tempting offer indeed. I still say it's unethical but if I was the AD, I'd probably make the same choice.
  • Uh...They're not dumb...Its a business decision...not an athletic one... Its because they get more MONEY playing Michigan than they do playing NC A&T... Does Appalachian playing Michigan last year and the last couple years ring a bell?...You KNEW App didn't really stand a chance, but they get more money...and once in a while, the little school gets the glory... App BEAT Michigan last year-probably the overwhelming reason Lloyd Carr was fired...Overall, his record was good, but that was just an embarassment to Michigan athletics... Not to mention D. State will get tons of NATIONAL EXPOSURE being on TV against Michigan. Translation-better recruiting prospects...
  • They made a good financial choice. Anyways, the Michigan game will probably be a very close game!
  • I'd rather have a loss to a good team then a win against a bad team
  • Michigan will probably be an easier game. 45-35 Enough Said! Hook'em!!!
  • who cares about delaware state?
  • Go ahead laugh at them. They're laughing all the way to the bank.
  • go delaware state
  • 1. Delaware was mostly involved in the growth and sale of cash crops during most of colonial period. Delaware was mostly a agarian society with invovlement with the atlantic sea trade. Since that trade including the slave trade - Delaware merchants had some involvement with that as well. 2. Since Delaware was a part of the British Empire the pound sterling was the official coin of the colony - but they did other currencies at times and because monitary currencies were not always available the barter system was used as well. 3. I need you to be more specific on question three - the British West India company was of course a partner (they were with all the colonies) what else do you need to know? 4. Families did alot of making of their own clothing and building their own shelters while growing their own food - but that was not true for all and Delaware was a part of the trans-Atlantic trade.
  • Go to University of Delaware. Great college not too big not too small. You would be about 2 hours from DC and New York, just a short drive to Philadelphia. Not too far from mountains or beaches.
  • I don't know if I want to get into this, but what exactly are you hoping to avoid? There are Republicans everywhere. The south tends to be more Democratic, actually. If you're afraid of racism, good luck in either state. Most people are totally cool, but there are some serious rednecks in both states. Stay out of Cecil County, Maryland. Per capita, Delaware has a higher standard of living than does Maryland, but you may be hard-pressed to find convincing evidence of that. Both states have some bad areas. Wilmington has some outright slums and Baltimore has a lot of slums. Maryland has some rolling hills big enough to support skiing, Delaware is FLAT. Western Maryland gets a decent amount of snow most years, the rest of DelMar get some snow some years, little snow other years.
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