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  • it depends on how long you are going for...here is the upl website: http://upl.codeq.info/i will make one for you below, but i highly recommend doing your own! here it is: Things to do before you leave To do for most trips Wash the dishes Make a lunch Shave Pet Care Unplug electrical stuff Turn down the temperature in your home Empty all trash cans Confirm airline tickets Get your air miles in advance Order special air meals Memorize PIN codes to credit cards Check out what hospitals are covered by your health insurance Get travel insurance Install or recharge batteries Get maps Forward (or hold) delivery of newspapers and magazines Clothes Unisex clothes Underwear Shirts T-shirts Shorts Socks Trousers ( Pants, Jeans ) Sweater Cap ( Hat ) Clothes for men Tie Shoes Sandals ( Flip-flops ) Optional clothes Belt Raincoat Umbrella Swimming trunks ( Bikini ) Pajamas ( Pajamas ) Slippers Beach pants Jewelry Money and documents Basic documents Insurance certificate ( Health Insurance card ) Cash Credit/ATM cards ( Visa, Euro card/Mastercard, American Express etc ) Driver's license ID card Address list (with phone numbers and email addresses) Optional documents Notebook Notepad International Student Identification Card ( ISIC ) Tourist organization certificate Calendar Envelopes Business cards Phone card Hotel and car rental vouchers Membership cards Dive certificate For carrying money and documents Wallet Paper folder Tickets Airline tickets Maps Small scale map Large scale map Books Novels Guidebook Equipment Things for packing Backpack ( Rucksack ) Backpack rain cover Small extra backpack ( Knapp sack, Day pack ) Small box Suitcase Luggage belt Things for sleeping Sleeping mask Inflatable neck supporter Eating equipment Bottle opener Cork screw Thermos Miscellaneous equipment Pens Poker cards ( Playing cards ) Earplugs Sunglasses Keys Extra car keys Hygiene Hygiene Toilet bag ( Bathroom bag, Necessary ) Razor Shaving gel ( Shaving foam ) Electric shaver Mirror Toothbrush ( Electric toothbrush with charger ) Toothpaste Toothpicks Shampoo Styling gel ( Hair gel ) Deodorant Sunblock lotion Contact lenses ( Contacts ) Container for contact lenses Lens cleaning liquid Extra glasses Lip balm Hygiene (optional) Comb Hair brush Laundry bag Dental floss Moisturizer Qtips Health General health items Prescription medicine Condoms Insect repellent Band-Aids ( Plaster ) Water bottle Chewing gum Pills, tablets and medicines Water purifying tablets Motion sickness tablets Jet lag tablets Fever tablets Pain killers Allergy pills ( Anti-histamines ) Electrical stuff General electrical items Alarm clock ( Travel alarm ) Cell Phone ( Mobile Phone, Cellular Phone ) Charger to Cell Phone Computer PDA Watch Flashlight ( Torch ) Bookmark reading light Extra batteries for your camera, flash, torch, watch, MP3-player, PDA and GPS Portable DVD player and disks Digital Camera equipment Digital camera Memory cards Battery charger for camera Associated cables Camcorder equipment Camcorder Charger for camcorder batteries Video tapes Generic photo equipment Camera bag Music items Music player ( Cassette, CD, MiniDisc, MP3 ) Headphones Music media ( Music cassettes, CDs ) Microphone Headphone 'doubler' plug Water stuff Basic equipment (even for non-divers) Fins Mask Snorkel Diving gloves Booties Mesh dive bag Beach towel Equipment for divers Buoyancy Compensator ( BC ) Regulator Dive watch Knife Wetsuit Diving torch Dive tables or dive computer Diving log Toys for hard-core divers Underwater camera
  • Temps in Florida are warm, even in May. Today it's in the 80's. So, pack summer weight clothing such as shorts, comfortable shoes like sports shoes and socks, sunblock is a must, a hat and a light weight jacket just in case it rains. The dress is very casual so, unless you want to dine in Cinderella's Castle, shorts are acceptable even at night. Remember, too, that anything you forgot to bring can be purchased in Orlando. It isn't all amusement parks. There is some very good shopping there, also.
  • u may take shorts (jeans) shirts (like tank tops ) deotorant under wear comb hat (if sunny) flip flops (for hot weathers) tennis shoes (for having fun like in theme parks) money credit card jeans shaving cream tooth brush extra items just in case get lost
  • Okaiii for like one week Pack 10-14 pairs of cotton underwear (you get hot and go swimming and you dont want a uti or infection) Pack 5-10 bras (sports ones for sleep, regular for day...) 3-5 swimsuits (dont wanna wear the same one over and over... it can stink if u dont wash it) sunscreen 10-14 cotton tees 10 shorts/breathable pants 5 pairs of socks 1 pair of sneakers 2-3 pairs of flip flops nesecestites like toothbrush,shampoo, etc. are better bought when your their so they don't have to check for everything you have at the air port 2 towels sunglasses extra money like 100 or more dollars in cash but make sure its packed and secured in your luggage NOT your carry on purse or backpack reusable water bottle camera very little makeup (humidity will absorb or sweat will wipe it off) small backpack watch? maybe.... hat?maybe...
  • Take cute shorts and tops but take a couple of pairs of skinny jeans, too. The skinnies (especially colored ones) could be worn to a nicer restaurant if you end up doing that. I'd take a cardigan for the air conditioning when you're inside. They turn it on pretty cold in the South because it gets so hot outside. I'd take a cute swimsuit and flip flops for the pool, sunglasses, comfy but cute sneakers cause you'll do a lot of walking, and a pair of flats for going out to a nicer restaurant. Take some hair bandeaus or elastics to put your hair in a ponytail to be more comfy in the heat. And, be sure to take any hair or face products you use every day. Have fun!! : }
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  • not sure how to write all this out but ill try. my father is bipolar but refuses treatment. he has been emotionaly and physicaly abusive since i was small my mother says it was even before i was born. weve tried to leave in the past but he always says he will kill us and himself becuase he has nothing to live for. lately hes gotten worse and so have i. im 21 and have a lot of mental problems i applyed for disability but that could take months. we applyed for emerg. financial assist. but were denied the fast review something... i dont know. we went to dcf and they said we will get a case worker faster but we are so scared here the lease on our apartment is up this month so if we wait another month we have to pay another months rent on top of the money it costs to move out. we have no money my mom got paid yesterday and only has a dollar to her name paying off his cash advances the cops told us since there is nothing physicaly wrong with me then all they can do is be there when we serve him the divorce and leave so he doesnt hurt us we called harbor house and they gave us a womens shelter that was full so they gave us a national number that gave us harbor houses number again. i live in orlando florida please help in any way you can
  • To lessen the problems you may feel, I guess you shouldn't think about your mental problems, because let's face it, no one can help you there. If it helps, you should focus on taking care of your mom. Thinking psychologically, you're most likely stressed and feel insane. Do you have a job? It would help to earn some money, and you and your mum could have extra part time jobs that may help financially. It would be very difficult to deal with your father, because if he's abusive, his threats are most likely true. If you want to leave your father, I suggest finding a place to start over, and one where your father cannot find, and hopefully no one is able to determine you location, but you need money in order to do that, which could take a while. I guess if your father stays home most of the time, you and your mother could depart much easily, but if not, you will need to start making plans and back up plans. I've never experienced this sort of problem, so I wouldn't know, but I hope it sort of helped. I'm very sorry, please forgive me. *Additional possibly helpful suggestions* You don't really need any medical treatment as such to solve mental stability. Do you get angry easily or depressed or anything? I used to hit people every time they hurt me, but when I found that I ended losing friends, I learned to just take in insults and accept them, and think lightly of them. Insults do hurt me, but I always think, "I have better things to do than than hitting people or sulking around, so I'm going to prove them wrong!" And thus, I controlled my temper. You may be asking, "What the hell was the point in telling me all that stuff about yourself?" Well, although I never had any mental health problems, I was just trying to give an example that you can gradually use your willpower and control yourself, as long as you keep practicing, because I know you can do it! Does your father do anything to help financially? It might be possible to move out of the area you live and look for a job that offers a place to stay. I have to apologize again if I'm unhelpful, so I guess you should at least know I'm only 15, so that is why I have a lack of experience. I hope you keep strong, for yourself and for your mother, hold on to your love for your mother, and if you have any dreams, hold on to them as well. Because it's what keeps people living.
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  • My Husband is ETSing next year right after his last deployment. His home of record is Florida, but we are planning on living in Kentucky since we were willed a house there...My husband says they will not pay to move us there since it is not his home of record and he wants to start moving our stuff already before he deploys to speed up the move since we have two little ones... Now my question is is that true? Will they not cover moving expenses? If so is there anything we can do about it or are we pretty much screwed? How do we go about switching his home of record or what steps need to be taken, who do we need to talk to? Thanks in Advance.
  • Thank you guys for your answers... however i don't appreciate your passive aggressive comments...I too am prior service and my brother is a Marine as well. I don't take it lightly to be treated as the spouse that is just just looking to get over on the military. Yes the Army may not be requesting him to move, but they do however offer the option to pay for your move back home... I myself ETS'd out of Germany and went straight to my home of record, they paid for my flight, they paid for someone to come pack my stuff away, and they paid for my moving expenses, even after they had used me and were done with me as you so kindly stated... However i at the time was single and and without kids, i lived in the barracks and all i had to move where clothes, clothes and more clothes! Now we have accumulated 8 years worth of "stuff"... believe me, I too wouldn't even be asking this question if all i had to do is drive Myself 11 hours to my destination... But I have a LIFe
  • Your husband is incorrect. A Soldier's last move, either ETS or Retirement, is to his Home of Record ..... OR ..... to any other place, but the Government will only pay for the amount to his HOR. Depending on where you are currently at, this could be a no-brainer, or you might have to cough up some cash. While you will be reimbursed all costs that are part of a regular PCS move, you will not get DLA, as that is not paid for the PCS bringing you from your HOR or your last one taking you back. You can not change your HOR. You can change your place of residence, but not your HOR. If he is adamant about beginning to move now, he might want to go down to your local Transportation and see if you all can do a partial DITY now.
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  • You only get one home of record move for every duty station change, so your husband would be using the move. The Navy doesn't pay for vehicle shipment if it's within the US, I'm not sure if the army does.
  • If I'm not mistaken the Army will pay to move to your home of record or another location that will cost an equal or lesser value and if you want to move even further you have to pay out of pocket. You may want to check with Transportation to find out the right answer. I know for retirement they will send you wherever you want to go in the US.
  • I dont have an answer, but I was wondering how it all went down for you. With the gov't shutdown, my husband is unable to re-enlist. If nothing chances, his ETS date is Oct 2014. We are in Germany, his HOR is Iowa, but we want to go to Washington State. So you did receive DLA when YOU etsed out of Germany? And where you able to go to Kentucky vs his HOR?
  • No they are not going to move you. For one they are not requesting him to move so why would they pay for you to move. Also if I read the question correct, if he is about to get out then once again why would they pay for him to move, they have used him for what they needed and they do not need him to move therefor they are not going to pay for it. And that goes for any branch of the military. I am moving 11 hours away in the next couple weeks from where I am now, there in no way the Marine Corps is going to pay for that move. It is going to come out of my own pocket. lcpl 0311
  • No they will not pay for your to move somewhere else, it is not their job. You are own for the move. You shouldn't move if you do not have the resources to do so.
  • Over the years I've been a heavy user in xanax, adderall, oxycodone, and weed. Plus a heavy drinker. All that is in the past. I havent used any of those substances in a long while. Well a drink every now and then but over time I found the taste of any booze to be revolting and can no longer stomach it (which is a good thing cos then i can't drink even if i wanted to) xanax too. I only used them under the tounge (xanax taste like $hit) 5 at time and had no problem. Then one day I popped 3 under there and I could not stand the taste, I puked it all up. (again a good thing, because now i cannot use xanax seeing as i cant stomach it, and the only way i would ever use it is under the tounge. taking them orally was a waste for me) I moved and lost my contacts for the adderall and i havent went looking for it so we're good there. I have access to free 30mg oxys, but I'm just staying away from the place i get them. And weed, w/e. I havent smoke it in months, because my one and only current problem is with synthetic weed. I know the synthetic stuff is probably horrible for you. Honestly, i started smoking it and loved it so much i never researched it because i knew i wasn't going to stop using and i didn't want to face the truth of how bad i was ******* up my body. The only reason I started smoking is because I was put on probation and i needed some type of fix. I started smoking the stuff July 6, 2011 and i smoked it everyday up until a week ago when I decided i need to get sober anddd plus i was out of money again. I can't be dependant on drugs the rest of my life, and I don't want to be. Srsly that synthetic weed fked me up so bad these last 7 months. I'd say it's the worst drug i've been addicted to. I don't wanna live my life worrying about how am i gonna more. That's not a way to live. Lots of people have recovered from drug addiction and i want to be part of it. I want to LIVE my life, not just exist, going though the motions. I want to LIVE. The first few days were a fine bit of hell, but i figured once i can get past the first few days maybe I'll be okay. But today is payday and i havent even gotton my paycheck yet because im scared as $hit that i'm just gonna make a beeline to the store. I REALLY don't want to, but I feel like I'm gonna cave as soon as I go get the cash. I'm only 19 years old, I've been using since I was 13. I'm so sorry I ever started. Everything has gotten so out of hand and when I USE drugs i LOSE my mind. I've never actually wanted to quit, up until now. And i've been thru several rehab programs plus been to jail several times. Multiple serious suicide attempts. I am diagonsed with rapid cycling Bi-polar disorder and have not been on medication since july 2011. But I've also been smoking sythetic since i stopped my meds, which i stopped for insurance reasons and i have NOT had a serious manic period... yet. But the first thing i notice when I'm about to have a episode is that I don't sleep and the longer i go without sleep the more energy i get. AKA I'm going into manic mode. I haven't slept in over 36 hours and i feel like i did a couple grams of coke. I know something bad is coming, and i'm always right. I'm really scared. I don't want to depend on this stuff to live. And for the time being, i cannot go back on my medication. I don't have insurance and there's no way i can pay for meds out of pocket. And i can't even go to a free clinic because I just moved to Florida and don't have a state id or proof of address. Bottom point, if your still reading this long @ss sob story, any ideas on how I can calm myself down and not cave to the synthetic. Thank you and God Bless in advance.
  • I read through to the end. I would stay far away from the synthetic stuff. It has been known to induce psychotic episodes and if you are diagnosed with Bipolar I this could be a deadly mix. I am not sure if you have read any of the news about synthetic drugs but people are being hospitalized with paranoid delusions and hallucinations. I am attaching an article from Medscape which can give you more information. Also since you have been through rehabs, I am certain that they discussed relapse prevention techniques with you. I came across a relapse prevention article which I will attach that may also help with staying away from synthetic drugs. Maybe there is someone you can speak with to help you get past the initial craving. I am not sure what part of Florida you are in, but south Florida has a huge population of recovering individuals. Delray Beach and Ft. Lauderdale will have meeting houses in various locations. You could probably call Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous to find out. Going to a meeting may delay you from buying the drug and then you may also find support there as well. Good luck, Stay strong!
  • Well if you are in manic mode I suggest you get focused on something. Anything. Do something creative with the energy you have right now. Art or writing or something you feel passionate about and immerse yourself in that. It will give you a good outlet for the energy you have and probably result in something very purely you and incredible. I know about addiction, have been there and done that, it get's easier after a while but it takes many years to go away completely. Get yourself in the habit of doing something with your energy and always do that when you cycle. It will help you focus and you wont need meds or anything as a sub. Light and Blessings to you!!!
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  • If that someone gets caught, they might very well be arrested since they are not in their own state, and since it would be a real possibility that he/she may flee if simply given a ticket, they may lodge (or require a cash bond) he/she until they see a judge then he will set the bail, or a fine or release as needed A cop "can" tow a car for any unlicensed violation, he may not if someone else is available to take possession of the car, a lot depends on the attitude he sees obviously
  • bad idea, if you are stopped for anything, you will get arrested and the car impounded. Why do you need to break the law? Try not breaking the law. Your license was suspended for a reason. Obey the law.
  • the answere is yes. if it is suspended in indiana the officer that pulls you over will know as soon as he runs it through the computer. would he get arrested, that really is up to the descrition of the officer, but you will get your car towed.
  • yes of course. you have no license anywhere.
  • Have you tried just to buy bus tickets in advance or hitch a ride? Hitching a ride is not safe, but it is still better than train hopping. If you can spare some cash, you reserve in advance you can get cross the country for about 100-150 bucks. Direct routing to your destination, a real seat, you can sleep on the bus during overnight segments, then no risk to be caught on the train. Some yards have heat or X-Ray detector and might spot you. Also, the train is romantic, but you won't like to stop over for hours in a freight car waiting to be sorted, get a new crew for its train or stuff like that. Also, you'll spend a long time to make your way since you won't know which train is really going your way and which one is the next one to take. 3000 miles is a long way, dude.
  • I dont have it but good luck getting out of Florida in the summer, I feel your pain.
  • I want to be a Ultrasound Tech. And I live in Kendall but so far the only schools that offer the Ultrasound Tech programs are these technical schools, and Miami Dade College. I see that the difference between Everest Institute in Hialeah, Florida and Keiser University in Ft.Lauderdale, Florida is the accreditation one is accreditated by CAAHEP (Council for Higher Education Accreditation) and the other by ACICS (Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools) which do you think is best? Which one is easier to get a job after I finish the program? Does anyone have personal experience on any of these schools or program at these schools? Thanks so much in advance.
  • You should attend the school which is CAAHEP (which actually means "Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs") accredited. If you attend this school, you are eligible to take your ARDMS licensing examination immediately after graduation. If you attend a school which is not CAAHEP accredited, you must work a full year in the field of sonography, gaining experience, before you can take your ARDMS examinations. The problem is that you will have a hard time finding an employer to hirer you to do ultrasound, unless you are ARDMS licensed. These programs put you between a rock and a hard place. And let me guess....the program not accredited by CAAHEP is much more expensive, right? These institutions are generally in the business of taking your money and leaving you high and dry once they have what they want.....your cash! I wouldn't waste my money on a program that is not on this list (search "diagnostic medical sonographer" and your state): http://www.caahep.org/Find_An_Accredited...
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  • Employers do not like the for-profits. Miami Dade or FIU would be a much better choice. If you go to Miami Dade and do okay, you can transfer on to a very strong university. And if you do well enough at Miami Dade, you absolutely can transfer into U Florida, U Miami or Florida State. So do not discount the idea of Miami Dade. It's a good choice. Apply to both Miami Dade and to FIU. See where you get in, see what the costs end up looking like and then decide where you'll be going.
  • Here's the thing... People who pick up and move generally have a couple of things in order before they move. 1. They have money saved up to pay some expenses while they're getting themselves established in a new place. 2. They have employment lined up with a start date... and since there's a gap between the paychecks of your former job and the paychecks from the new job, they have money saved to help them through this period of time. (See number 1.) 3. They have housing secured before they move down there. They rent an apartment or buy a house, or otherwise have made arrangements in advance to stay with a friend until they find some place to stay. What people don't usually do is ask complete strangers for a place to stay until they "get on their feet." I am not even sure I'd let a ***FRIEND*** stay with me until they "got on their feet" because who would know if my friend would get a job and move out in a reasonable amount of time or if they'd stay around and mooch indefinitely... so I would NEVER have a complete stranger from Yahoo/Craigslist/the internet stay with me. For one, I don't know them, so who knows if it is a crazy thief/rapist/murderer asking, or someone genuine. Sorry, but I guess I don't have much sympathy. If you want to move, get a job and save up your money, then secure a new job in Vero Beach, and then secure housing along with it, and move. Don't hit up strangers for a place to live; it isn't going to go well.
  • now why on earth would any sane person let a total stranger move in with them?! you wanna move it is YOUR responsibility to get the job and finances necessary.
  • Things don't work like that in America.
  • If they can't spell correctly, they won't take them in.
  • My hair has never straightened well but lately it wont stay straight. My hair is mostly a mix between curls and waves, its not thick but its not thin ethier. I have tired different straightners ($10 ones from target to $150 ones by CHI) and i use differnt products like a straightening serum, heat protectent, hair spray, moose etc. and it just wont stay striaght. could it be damaged?? what should i do?? help, thanks in advance
  • A lot of how your hair lays has to to with how it was blow dried. If you blow it out really well with a round brush and then straighten it, it should straighten better. Also, straightening in smaller sections might help. It may also have to do with the climate you live in. If you live in a humid place like Florida or Louisiana then that will affect it a lot, too. There is a girl in my cosmetology class who has hair that just wouldn't straighten. She said she always has a big problem with it. We had like 4 girls trying to straighten her hair and it would just go back curly again immediately. I've never seen anything like that before her. In cases like this, I'd say to rock what you have! Some girls really want curly hair and you have it naturally. Put a frizz serum on it and let it do its thing. :) ---------- *Edit* And what the girl above me said about Brazilian Blowouts and what not is true BUT it's very expensive (around $300 ever 3-6 months.) If it's very important to you to have straight hair then check out Keratin Complex and Brazilian Blowout. Read some reviews, look up Martino Cartier on youtube (he is with Keratin Complex), and really think about it before you go out and blow all that cash on something that might not work for you.
  • Best thing to do is blow dry your hair straight (put serum on prior to blow dry) then after chi is hot put all of your hair up except the bottom layer. Straighten the very bottom layer take only an inch size strand at a time. Then drop another small section layer and do the same so on and so forth. Start from the bottom work your way to the top. Too many people think u can just straighten your hair by running the straighten over it wrong it's a process but it's worth it.
  • There are many ways to make your hair straight for 1 days to 12 weeks. If you just need your straight hair for one day, then you can use the flat iron. But the heat will damage your hair in long term using it. Or you can also consider using the hair straightening treatment which can make your hair straight & silky for more than 3 months. The treatment can be done at home.
  • Some peoples natural hair just wont style the way you want it. I have naturally straight hair and I have tried different hair spray, mousse. But it has never kept a curl. So I just accept that and style my hair in other ways.... I hope this helps!
  • I think you first need to soften your hair with a conditioner. Give it some TLC, then try to tame it with straightening serums. Also, if the weather is too humid where you live, nothing can work.
  • Maybe you should get like Garnier shampoo or Herbal Essences for straight hair...other than that I dont know...thats odd. You can do Brazillian Blowout or Japanese Blowout. Hope that helped. :)
  • I've been in the market for an older XJ for a while. Last night I went out to see a 1996 Cherokee Sport with 100,700 actual miles (I verified with carfax) on the clock. I decided to buy it and put down a deposit, will be picking it up in about 2 weeks. I looked it over from top to bottom, and I was very impressed. The engine starts up instantly and runs so smooth I could balance a dime on it. Great power and torque. Oil was ok, brakes good, new exhaust, water pump 10k miles ago (not sure about timing belt, I assume it was done along with the water pump), A/C out but the heater could bake bread. No rust, it was originally a Florida vehicle and not driven much. One thing, however, worries me. I checked the transmission fluid and it was brown. I sniffed it, didn't smell burnt or anything, just smelled normal. It's definitely old, might even be original ATF, but I don't have the papers yet so I don't know much about the maintenance history of the vehicle or when the ATF should be changed. When I drove the car, it went into Drive just fine (albeit with a slight jolt, but I have never owned a car that didn't do that), went through the motions and every gear engaged smoothly. No slipping, clunking, grinding, or struggling. Got up to speed just fine. I plan to take the Jeep in for trans service as soon as I get it, for a pan drop, gasket and filter change. I don't want to flush it, because I cant be assured that it won't hurt the trans. I can never seem to find a mechanic with the same advice. Everyone has a different opinion! What the hell do I do? Do you think the trans is on it's way out? How much could it cost to fix the thing (here in IL with labor about $80 an hour?) Thanks in advance! P.S. Does any one know if the steering wheel on a 96 cherokee can be adjusted up or down? I looked all over for a tilt or telescopic lever and could not find it. There has to be one, even my 91 Corolla has one!
  • Hi, The Jeep Cherokee XJ has one of the toughest motors and transmissions ever built. And having only 100,000+ miles is nothing to a vehicle that may be good for 300,000 miles + if taken good care of. I saw them try to destroy a Cherokee 4.0L engine in a "cash-for-clunkers" fiasco and the darn thing wouldn't die. Anyway..it hung on for a long time...well beyond what was expected. If the transmission is functioning well I would just have it serviced and get on with enjoying the vehicle. Most Cherokees had a tilt wheel but if you can't easily find a lever (usually on the left steering column near the dash) I would assume yours does not. Hope this helps some.
  • Change the fluid, replace filter, drive 1,000 miles then dump and replace fluid again. Mopar ATF+4 I believe. Thats a premium synthetic, btw. I'd service the differentials with Mopar lubes, as well and flush cooling system, use premium coolant. The 4.0 is probably the toughest gasoline motor ever built. A friend drove his over 700,000 miles without an overhaul. I like Penzoil Platinum or Ultra. Change at 5,000 miles send a sample to Blackstone labs, they will probably say change at 10,000 miles and sample again. If you use the Fram XG 16 filter you can probably change oil at 15,000 miles, that's what I did on mine till I sold it at 220,000 miles. I use the same interval on my almost 300,000 mile Dodge hemi, still uses no oil. The only motor that could compare for toughness was the old slant 6 Mopar 225. The only thing to watch for, cooling fan relays can fail, do not overheat any inline six or you'll be buying a new head gasket.
  • Im new to the scuba world but just looking for a little help. I have seen many sites (Mexico, DR, Thailand etc..) about internships with companies that take you from zero dives to Instructor level with PADI in 6 months or so. Some of them you can "Finance" by working for them while you are there. Now I live in MI but am very serious about this as a career and have been looking into a few of these companies, being Dive College of Mexico and Dressel Dives. They both look interesting but I have heard a few bad things about Dressel. Has anyone done any of these programs? Are they legit? I want to be in a warm tropical area (Mexico, Florida, I dont care..) and as of now dont have the finances to just throw out the money to get certified. Dive College of Mexico looks real good and I have been in contact with Eric, but he requires all money payed before you start. Are there any other 'internships' available that you know of or maybe have taken that could help me get started?!
  • I work at a dive shop in Florida for extra cash to finish college and trust me, you don't want to do this as a career... at least if you want to get paid good money (> $15k per year). At my scuba shop the owner barely makes enough money to get through life ( and this is in florida... dive capital of the world!). Yes it would be a great job - teaching scuba diving for a living, but this is why it doesn't really pay well. Anyone would love to teach scuba, but it is really a hobby not a career. Its like teaching little kids baseball for a living... it might be fun, but it doesn't pay much at all. Teaching scuba is something you either do as an owner of a shop or as a hobby you do on the side of your real job. In terms of financing, it doens't cost that much to become a scuba instructor in the first place. Three months of waiting tables and your pretty much set in terms of paying for it. My brother is currently working to get his instructors cert at a local dive shop. If I were you I would get some experience first. Then go to a dive shop and ask to work for them to pay for the cost of advance training... then move to where you want to live and start teaching at a local dive store. Those of us who know something about diving aren't very fond of PADI, but they do seem to attract a lot of unskilled instructors and students. I knew a student who didn't pass the open water dive test at my shop ( not very comfortable in the water)... went straight to a padi dive shop and bamm! certified. I knew a person that was a dive instructor in jamaica, and she was NOT a very good diver. I wouldn't personally trust a scuba instructor who was trained outside of the US, so maybe other people wouldn't either. So I would say move to Florida and start living and diving there.
  • Hello, The intern ship program is Mexico is a full all inclusive program. We provide all courses, materials and lodging included. This is the reason we need at least a 40% deposit. I just bought in a Dive Shop here in Cancun and we fused the 2 companies, therefore everything will be done in-house. This way we can spread the other 60% over the 3 months you are going to be with us. We just have to make sure that the final payment is done before the PADI Instructor Development Course starts. Hope this helps! Saludos, Eric
  • Yes, the "zero" to instructor in six months is a legitimate program. I would recommend going to the PADI website (www.padi.com) and looking up some other training locations. The programs that I am familiar with actually help you get a loan for the training, and then once you graduate, you are on the hook for paying back the loan.
  • There are other options, try www.neptunesdiving.com they will finance part of your training.. Good luck..
  • Take your ATM card with you and head for the nearest cash machine when you arrive. You will get a better rate than exchanging money at the airport currency exchange booth, and subsequently, at the exchange window in Italian banks. BUT...you must trot over to your bank NOW and IN PERSON ask that your account be updated to show that you will be traveling abroad, or when you try to use your ATM card, it will not work. See one of the bank officers in the little offices off of the lobby; do not try to do this through a regular cashier. Cashiers are very nice people but they are not familiar with the needs of a traveler abroad. They will politely tell you that your ATM card will work with any ATM on their system(s), usually Cirrus or Plus, as mine did when I tried to do it over the phone. When I tried to use my ATM card in Salzburg it didn't work. Have the officer annotate your account WHILE YOU WAIT. Don't let them say, "I'll get right on that first thing in the morning." Have them do it while you are there. My roommate informed his bank he would be traveling but the officer waited until the morning of his arrival to update his account. "Morning" in sunny, Northwest Florida (where our sugar-white beaches are oil-free!) was already lunchtime in London and his ATM card wouldn't work when he arrived. He lost $12 in fees changing $50 in cash at the airport exchange booth. Have a great trip!
  • There are larger banks in Los Angeles that have currency exchange facilities - if you go to the main branch of most large banks, you should be able to do this. You can also exchange dollars for Euro at banks and exchange offices here in Italy. There will also be currency exchanges at the airports, but those are likely to be more costly to use. However, you can also use your ATM card to withdraw Euro directly. An ATM is called a bancomat here - they're all over and most of them are on the major international circuits. Usually, you will get the best rates this way. However, you will want to let your bank know that you will be using the card overseas - sometimes security software will see the use as a potential stolen card and then you have to call in to reactivate it. Make sure you have a phine number to call in just in case - usually they're printed on the back of the card. You want something other than a 1-800 number since you can't use that from here. Note that any daily or monthly withdrawal limits will still apply while you're here.
  • in italy right at the airport you will have currancy exchanges but id suggest you wait till your a little out of the airport because the airport will tax you by giving you a higher rate. Unlike the states exchange offices are common allover you wont have a problem finding them.
  • My husband and I are looking to buy a home in the very near future but we're having trouble finding the right loan. My husband has spoken with a loan officer (she may be a mortgage broker, I'm unsure) who says he cannot get a loan right now because he has a loan on a condo he purchased just over a year ago. The option we're looking at now is for my parents to get a loan for us (it would be in their name, we would make all the payments). They own their home outright but they do not want to do a home equity loan. The loan officer is telling us the only options are home equity or some type of investors loan with which we would have to put 20% down. We do not understand why my parents cannot get a conventional loan seeing as they do not currently have any mortgages or loans. We live in Florida, my parents also live in Florida but over 100 miles from where our home will be. Can someone explain this and/or let us know of any other options? Thank you in advance.
  • One of the principles behind conventional residential mortgage lending is that the owner of the house (who is the mortgage borrower) should actually live in the house as their primary residence. The rationale behind this principle is that the owner will take better care of the house they live in than they will a house they just own as a second residence or investment property. This is not to say that you can't get a mortgage for an investment property or a second home. You can. However, the mortgage will be considered more risky. Therefore, the borrower must either pay a higher interest rate (to compensate for the greater risk) or make a bigger downpayment (to make the loan less risky) or both. This is standard practice. If your parents took out the mortgage loan on your house, that would not be their primary residence (and therefore not a conventional mortgage). As a result, the interest rate would be higher and/or the down payment must be greater. If you want a low-interest conventional mortgage loan, the only possibility that I see is this... 1. Your parents take out a loan on their own home (the one they live in now). Let's assume your parents' home is worth $300,000 and they take out a mortgage for $200,000. If the Loan-to-Value ratio (LTV) is less than 80%, the mortgage company would not consider it a risk loan and your parents could get a good interest rate (since the LTV in this scenario is about 66%). 2. Your parents use the $200,000 to buy a house (your house) for cash so your parents own the house outright. 3. Your parents sell the house to you and your husband on an "owner-financed" basis (meaning no mortgage company is involved; the mortgage contract is just between you and your parents). 4. You make payments to your parents on a monthly basis; they use the money to pay the mortgage they have taken out on their home. 5. If you fail to make the payments, your parents could repossess the house, sell it and pay off the mortgage on their home. Let me know if you have any other questions about this recommendation. Good luck!
  • The person you are talking to is neither a loan officer or a mortgage broker, she is technically a "hard money lending associate," which is a euphemism for "loan shark." There is no reason anyone has to pay twenty points in a post-Obama market. It sounds like you and your husband have less than perfect credit and/or other loan obligations which are most likely predicated in economic hardship. That makes you two prime recipients for a number of government aid programs. Such as: 1) FHA-insurance. The FHA regularly insures loans for people in a certain income range that can demonstrate financial hardship. The FHA loans have rates as low as three and a half points (quite a bit better than that twenty percent, right?) 2) HUD homes. You probably heard of these, and they are not all that nice- but they are CHEAP. And a lot better than renting. The upside of these houses is that the FHA is a lot more likely to give you a loan if you try to buy a HUD house because the HUD has to get these homes off of their hands, they are just wasted assets sitting on their books that need to be moved. If you want the cheapest option, go HUD with an FHA-insured loan. 3) Local down payment assistance. I know for a fact that Dade County, Broward County, and Alachua county have local down payment assistance programs. These are Federally funded stimulus bonds that must be spent every year or they are lost. There is no reason why your parents cannot co-sign a loan if they are willing to put up their credit for you. As mentioned before, the reason your "loan officer" is telling you otherwise, is because she is not, in fact, a loan officer, but a hard money lender...and sounds like she is pursuing predatory lending practices.
  • That value isn't too undesirable, you're a frequent time homebuyer which some lenders seem at as a greater physically powerful possibility. It does not harm you to ascertain with a loan broker provider, particularly in case you will stumble on a chum who's worked with somebody who taken care of them properly and have been given them what they experience is a powerful deal. in basic terms be certain you comprehend what 'pastime in undemanding terms' capacity - you're in undemanding terms paying the pastime on the loan, the stability won't bypass down, and after 5 yrs. the fee starts off adjusting. additionally, be certain you comprehend how long a prepay each and each loan has.
  • I'm a junior in High school and I'm a Disney fanatic, i also LOVE Florida. Ive been thinking about moving to Florida for college and working at Disney World while in college because i love it so much. I've heard different views about working at Disney and because i love it so much i wouldn't want working there to change my views on it. My questions are (for someone who works/worked at Disney): Is it a good idea to try for a part time job while in college? Am i going to love the job and continue to be the Disney fanatic i am while working there? If i got a job do i get to choose what i want to be? (for example a bellhop at Tower of Terror vs. working one of the food stands?) Also a completely separate situation: if i didn't just want to do part time and wanted to have a full time job there, is it possible to get a job as one of the "actresses" there easily or how would i go about doing that? (for example the lion king show at Animal Kingdom with the four main people who sing, or the Beauty and the beast play?) Thanks in advance for the answers!
  • I do not work at Disney but I had a good friend who does and we talk about it a lot (we have both been huge Disney fanatics our whole lives.) 1. There is always the college program though Disney where they give you college credit for working for them. You will be at the bottom of the seniority if you chose this and they will work you HARD. If you're moving there and just applying as a regular part time worker it will be a little better on you. 2. Having a part time job in college is a good idea to have some spare cash. A lot of people do it and manage it just fine. Most of my friends friends are part time workers and go to UCF as well. 3. As far as I've heard from my friend and her friends, YES you will still love Disney. You'll see it a bit differently but it's still magical and you'll love it just the same. 4. You can bid for certain positions although you're not guaranteed to get them. Certain attractions are in higher demand and harder to get into. I'm pretty sure you can decide you want to be in attractions rather than food service but I'm not 100% sure if you always get your request on that. (My friend did.) 5. From what I've heard it's VERY hard to get into a spot with performing. I think that's actually done completely separately from other cast members (again, I'm not 100% sure on this.) Also, Disney's pay rate is quite low compared to other places. However, they make up for that in other ways (discounts, free admission to all Disney parks, free passes for friends/family, etc)
  • I've never worked at Disney World, but I worked for the Disney store while in school. The Disney company treats their employees very well, with special recognitions and trainings. You earn free tickets to the parks and/or discounts on vacations and Disney cruises. Often, the company would give out little promotional items, or better yet "cast member exclusive" items. Anyone that works for Disney is considered a "cast member" because they all put on a show for the "guests"- not customers. It's a very happy way to look at retail and made work fun. I was also a Disney fanatic, which is why I chose to work at the Disney store. I really enjoyed my time there and it only reinforced my love of the Disney brand. I hope your experiences with Disney World are the same.
  • You probably go to the administration office or something..?
  • I have a 3 year old purebred Florida White rabbit whom I've had for 7 months now and I want to start showing her. I have no pedigree for her but I read that a pedigree isn't required to show, the rabbit just has to fit the standards of the breed they're being shown as. Is that true? I have no idea how to go about showing her. I've thought about showing her through 4-H but when I asked on here about that, I didn't get any straight forward answers. Do you have any information on showing through 4-H? If you have no information on showing through 4-H, how else can I go about showing? Any information is appreciated! Also, do you think she's a good looking Florida White? She weighs about 5 pounds and her name is Hayden. http://i42.tinypic.com/etw7iv.jpghttp://i40.tinypic.com/js0vid.jpghttp://i42.tinypic.com/3091zxc.jpgThanks in advance!
  • You do not need a pedigree to show, but if you want to register the rabbit then you need one. You can only show in 4-H if you are in 4-H. You would need to get involved in a club and then show through that. For an ARBA show, you find a show that is going on in your area (unless you want to travel). The show should be a brochure that gives all the info needed from where it is to who is judging, entry fees and how many shows there are going on. Some shows require you to pre enter and should have an entry form. You fill that out and send it in by the deadline, this is a different deadline for mail and e-mail. You will need to fill out your info as well as the tattoo, breed, variety (colour), sex, and age of your rabbit. If you do not know what the terms mean, you can contact someone running the show. For the show, you don't have to do too much as far as the actual showing. You just make sure your rabbit gets to the table at the right time, the judge will pose them and do all the judging. You do need to make sure your rabbit it ready for judging, so is groomed, nails clipped and clean. You do need to bring your rabbit in a leak proof carrier and some shows do provide coops. Bring your own food and water containers and food and water. It can be a long day, especially if you only have 1 rabbit. Some shows don't let you leave until the end of the show. Bring something to do and some food and snacks. There will be rabbits for sale, so if you are interested you may want to bring an extra carrier and some cash. It is important to note that a rabbit must have a tattoo in the left ear to be shown. It does not matter what the tattoo is as long as it is unique to the rabbit. They also need to be intact, so you can't show a spayed female.
  • I consider RabbitMage and Olivia. But no longer with the fellow who mentioned all exhibit rabbits are steeply-priced. No they don't seem to be. And plenty of breeders will aid out the adolescence (underneath 18) or 4H children due to the fact they desire to aid them get began. I've offered rabbits for as low as $20 that experience long past directly to come to be grand champion exhibit rabbits. Not all exhibit rabbits are steeply-priced. Likewise, no longer all steeply-priced rabbits are exhibit rabbits.
  • You will find a list of rabbit shows near you at the American rabbit breeders website.too find a 4H club contact your county extension office.join a club that has a rabbit leader.you dont need a pedigree.
  • You could start by entering Hayden in your local county or state fair. I've done that with my rabbits and they have alway come home with blue ribbons. Mozart, my Lionhead, came home with Judge's Choice one year!
  • Just contact the local 4H office. I showed sheep with them for 4 years and it was a very good experience! (: good luck!
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  • Next summer, I have a trip planned to go to Florida from Illinois. It is going to be a big trip with a lot of friends and I could feasibly take my motorcycle, but that would require me to take some pretty good risks and have my friends carry my luggage. I am also planning to bring a dog back to surprise the family. Sorry for that long intro. I was thinking about buying a car for the trip/college(this is my senior trip). I usually ride my motorcycle for everything that I need to do ,and borrow the family's car if I need to pick a lot of things up. SO, I wanted to spend at the very most $2000 on a car that I could hopefully take down to Florida. I understand it is probably asking a lot and I know I will have to be looking around a lot, but do you think it will be easy enough to find a car this reliable? Can you maybe throw in some tips on where to start? Thanks in advance, everybody.
  • There are cars (good cars) out there in the 2k - 3k range,,,,but it will take some homework and lots of internet shopping to find it. I usually go on Craigslist. Many people seem to not like it, since there are many scams on there, and that is true, but you simply weed them out, and keep looking. I do searches with key words, and limit the price to something slightly above your budget (since you hope to bargain the seller down a bit) Don't forget,,,cash talks and BS walks. Some of the Key words that I use on CR is "One Owner" , "Original Owner" , "Low Milage". You will probably have more luck finding a good price on a large engine car, since gas prices are high, people will discount their large eng. cars. If you are trying to find a Honda or Toyota, you will probably pay a premium for it. I have also seen some good deals on old "cop cars" or "detective cars". Good luck, and just don't give up. Remember, if you see something that seems to good to be true, then it's probably a scam. I see them all the time, when they advertise a car that should be worth 10k, and they are trying to sell it for 4k. Also make sure they have clean title in hand,. Have them show you the title, and check to see the title is in THEIR name,,,,if not, ask them who the person on the title is? If they say "oh, it's my grandmother, etc., then be skeptical,,,since there are many guys out there, buying cars from auctions, and then trying to quickly sell them without titling them in their own name. Ask for "documented" car history. A long time owner will always have some history to show you, a guy trying to flip the car will always have some excuse why he doesn't have any documentation. Hint hint,,,,no matter what some seller tells you about a car, about what was fixed, if they have NO proof or documentation as to the repairs, then you might as well just consider it worth NOTHING. good luck.
  • $2000 isn't going to get you a reliable car. Sorry.
  • No that's a good price
  • The closest to GA would be Charleston, SC where Norwegian and Carnival run cruises most of the year; or Port Canaveral, Florida where Disney, Royal Caribbean and Carnival have a year long schedule of cruises. You will have more options at Port Canaveral and better ships to cruise on also. Royal Caribbean has two ships sailing out of Port Canaveral, the Sovereign of the Seas (doing 3 & 4 night cruises) and the Mariner of the Seas (doing 7 day cruises). We cruised out of Port Canaveral last year on Royal Caribbean's Mariner of the Seas and that's a very nice ship and cruise. The RC's Mariner of the Seas does cruises every week to the Eastern or Western Caribbean. I do recommend cruising on it. You can drive to Port Canaveral in about 8 hours and its about 500 miles from Atlanta. Parking at the port for a cruise is $84 a week, payable in advance by cash or credit card. The parking lot is right in front of the cruise terminal; you just drop your luggage, park and board the ship. http://www.portcanaveral.org/cruising/sh...
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  • The closest RCCL cruise port to Atlanta is Port Canaveral Florida, but they also sail from Galveston Texas, Norfolk Virginia, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Tampa Florida.
  • I think Cape Canaveral. Florida (SP?) Check the cruise line and they will tell you where the ports are. We went out from there on Carnival, and I know Disney was there also. :-)
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  • they are all wrong - tampa is closer than port canaveral. However, you didn't say when you wanted to go - the ships are only in tampa during the winter months
  • probably the closest one would be in Florida, fort lauderdale?
  • I was thinking to ask this too
  • thank you for the answers EVERYONE xx
  • So yesterday my mom gave me money to pay for a book fine and also to get a prom ticket....I told her thanks in advance. Now today I call her and tell her that I got my ticket and paid the book fine, so then she's like "that's good for you" I'm like ok talk to later mom. So then she gets home tell my big sis that her, my stepdad and my 2 little sisters are going to Florida to visit a friend, and their also going to Disney world on my spring break, so my great grandmother will be watching us. My sis tells me the news and I'm pissed b/c ever since I was little I always wanted to go to Disney world. So the day goes on and my mom comes up to me and asks me why do I look so stressed out and I tell her that it's nothing, but then she keeps questioning me, so then I tell her that it's not fair that me, my big sis, and my little brother can't go to Disney world, but her my stepdad and my 2 little sis can, so she's like we'll your 18 your at that age where you can go get a job and do whatever you want, so I'm looking at her like you know that you wouldnt allow me to just go out and do whatever I want. So after that went situation happened I went upstairs to my room. So if your reading this tell me what do I do??
  • i can understand your frustration, but i hate to say it, your mom is right. and there is nothing more satisfying then earning your own money and doing whatever you want with it, doing whatever you want with it! ...it really does make you feel good knowing you're spending your own hard earned cash! and about you saying she wouldn't let you do what you want....well i'm sure she would if its your own money you're spending, and even if then she has a problem....just remind her (in NICE way) of this little conversation you just had. also....ever think they might be surprising you to take you to Disney? i don't want to get your hopes up, but its a possibility they could wake you up early the morning your leaving and tell you to pack your bags...just an idea! especially if they're going on "your" spring break..? but don't get your hopes up, maybe it is just them going, but keep that in mind..
  • follow your moms advice. your 18 and legal adult. theres nothing better than doing whatever you wish and nobody to stop you. graduation is coming up in a few months for you i assume. after that have fun. then you can go to disney world and do whatever without your mother figure saying a word
  • I don't think she thought you would be offended and wanted to come. Besides tickets are expensive these, and the economy is that..,or she may have thought you were to old. you should talk to her. You never know what's going through someone's mind.
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