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  • I am not really good with cash registers, I have never tried stalking food in grocery stores. I get easily distracted and it is hard sometimes for me to pay attention because I always have alot on my mind. With me not being able to work it has made me become a very depressed individual . I am on medicine for depression also for high blood pressure. I am only 20 , 2 months I will be 21. I did not finish highschool my last year i thought I wasn't going to pass but I did , I passed the 9th and 10th grade levels but did not finish school. Since I am not good at all with fast food places , cashiering , or being a dietary aid in a nursing home , from where I live at which is in davis, oklahoma , i really don't have much of a choice from what to choose from in this town to work at. I kinda feel sorry for myself. Maybe oneday a door will open and I will have a car ,my liscense, and a good house cleaning job. I do live in a nice home and I do have a nice boyfriend. But nothing else.help
  • Get your *** back in school! If you think you are limited now, wait until you turn 40 and still don't have a high school diploma. In fact, if you can stay in your nice home, you should do your best to get some higher education. You don't have to get a bachelors degree (that takes hard work, usually), but you can almost certainly get a two-year degree or certificate of one kind or another. Seriously -- there is -nothing- that is any higher priority than getting yourself an education while you still can, except not getting yourself unexpectedly pregnant.
  • I think your first step to a better situation might be getting your GED..from there work with job placement agencies, and work your way through a local community college....only then will doors start opening for you. You have to be pro-active in your own life and if there is a will, there is a way!!
  • Just follow God.
  • Encourage them to stop smoking. Because they first smoked because 1. peer pressure 2. commercial and ad 3. people thought it was cool during the 50's Smokers, I know it is addicting, but... why be a drug addict? 1. It is stinky 2. It is UGLY 3. It doesn't make you sexy 4. Waste of money 5. It litering up the place 6. It is unhealthy. 7. Don't taste good 8. I tired of holding my breath when I walked pass by you. So we need to get rid of cigerettes... Agree...?
  • 1. They start smelling good after smoking only 2 or 3. LIAR!!! 2, 3 It is sexy. NOPE!!!! <------Exhibit A eek!!! 4. It's a f***ing cash cow, and brings in much needed money to the American economy from overseas. BUT I AIN'T RICH, ONLY THE TOBACCO OWNERS ARE!!! 5. Who says all smokers litter? I DO!!! 6. I plan on living to be 100. And smoking helps many people get to heaven faster. AND PAINFULLY!!! 7. Obviously you've never tried a Marlboro Red. WHY DO I NEED THAT? I RATHER TRY OUT SOME CAN OF MONSTER ENERGY DRINK!!!! 8. Do you live in Oklahoma? NO!!!
  • Make it illegal, just like marijuana. That will solve the problem.
  • 1. They start smelling good after smoking only 2 or 3. 2, 3 It is sexy. <------Exhibit A 4. It's a f***ing cash cow, and brings in much needed money to the American economy from overseas. 5. Who says all smokers litter? 6. I plan on living to be 100. And smoking helps many people get to heaven faster. 7. Obviously you've never tried a Marlboro Red. 8. Do you live in Oklahoma? <Edit> (((Cinn))) I wholeheartedly agree, smoking your brand of cigarettes IS gross. Come to Where the Flavor Is. Come to Marlboro Country.™
  • Yeah because that is so totally original and we have NEVER had anyone tell us before. 1) Hmm interesting since many of my co-workers don't know I smoke. 2) There are alot of uglier things in the world. Grossly obese men without shirts for example. 3)Aww that is a shame cause that's exacltly what I was going for when I lit my first smoke and LOVED it at age 5. 4)True, so is fast food, most electronics and Sweefer Sweepers. 5) Excuse me? People put water bottles and used diapers in our most precious lakes and oceans and you want to talk about cigarette butts? 6) Really you don't say? Hey but science shows that nicotine actually significantly decreases your chances of getting bladder cancer! :) 7) As Marlboro Man points out...Reds are great. 8) I feel the same about cheap hussies that wear too much perfume. Ironically they are still allowed in public places. Sorry you get rid of cigarettes not only will the economy go further to hell but crime would go up.
  • Smoking is nasty I agree even though I do it, I think it is gross! Also it is the hardest thing I have ever tried to quit in my entire life. I think the price of cigs may deter some people from smoking, but I honestly don't see how you are going to get rid of them. The tobacco companies are pretty intense and powerful. Have a good one! Cinn =)
  • Disagree. People have the freedom to live their lives in any way they choose. I'm too concerned with living my own life to bother with trying to run someone else's life too. If you want to get all upset over the personal decisions of others, that's up to you. If you want to resort to advocating violence (blowing up tobacco companies), that's up to you. I'm not a violent person and I really don't care how others live their lives.
  • No. I agree smoking is a health hazard, but putting up a smoking ban takes away our rights as citizens, which should not happen. Freedom to choose smoking or not. That is what our country is about: freedom. God Bless
  • Get rid of cigarettes and introduce Marijuana.
  • No. I'm not going to waste time telling other people what to do. I have better things to do with my time.
  • shut up. how old are you? 12? people get to make their own decisions.
  • Hello everyone and thank you for viewing my question, recently, about 2-3 weeks ago I started looking for a new vehicle because I had to give mine up to my brother. I had about 1200 saved up (Im a part time college student with a part time job) I found a 2002 dodge ram 1500 for 3 grand. It seemed pretty reasonable because the body had high milage, there was small cosmetic damage (nothing major) but a new motor was put it in last year. I mentioned to the seller if I could put down 1200 and make payments. He agreed, I said he could keep the truck until I paid it off because it was his only vehicle. When I asked if I could hold the title he said that "it was in his moms name", I said it was ok as long as I could meet, talk to him, and had a written reciept with a name, phone number, and address. He agreed, we met up, gave him the cash and exchanged information. We kept in contact because I came up with the money faster than I thought. 2650/3000 into it, I was short 350 and he put the truck in the shop for some body repairs, so I said I could wait. Well, I came up with the 350, with the truck being in the shop, and texted and told him to let me know last night, that I had the cash. No reply, texted him again, no reply. Called him, phone was off, called again, still off. He texted back in the morning apologizing that he was with family in Oklahoma for Easter, and that his Grandmother was very sick. I asked him for more information because I was worried (like anyone else would have been). He gave me his SSN and told me he would be back within a week. I texted him after that and he hasnt gotten back to me. Am I just over looking it? Is he just spending time with family? Should I have a reason to feel a little sketched out?
  • Ive already met up with him multiple times, talked to his father, he told me everything he knew about the truck and the new engine, Ive driven it and it was smooth (and felt like nothing was wrong with it), I realize now I should have written down the plates, but I was too anxious and excited (a downfall) I know for a fact he lives about 30 minutes from me and can still report him to the police. But Im still trying to figure it all out, if he does come back within a week, meets up with me to give me the truck- great! If he doesnt,Im hoping to have the law on my side. PS. I dont know for sure if its his SSN, I even told him I felt weird about it all, and thats when he gave it to me. Is there a way or a site I can use to find if its him?
  • This deal reeked from day 1...they went to the expense of a new engine [allegedly] in a high mileage vehicle and then they wana sell it...hmm...maybe new engine dint work out; Title not in seller's name: RED.FLAG, good time to walk; And of course, "The.Sick. Granny."...How touching...but ooops...she just happens to be in Okla. And you havent heard from him for a week; Get it now?
  • How do you know it's his SSN? First of all, nobody in their right mind hands out their SSN to another person. Many feel uncomfortable providing their SSN in online job applications, and he just handed his to you? The whole transaction seems very sketchy, but it could be nothing. Only thing you can do now is hope and wait. Good luck. Check out my car: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DcG5bq79... (It'd be nice if you clicked ads ;) Lol thanks)
  • As of right now, I live in a small town about thirty minutes away from the closest big city. My girlfriend and I went there a month ago, and started the process of getting an apartment. We were going to pay the first six months with money from a court settlement. Well, something came up and we were forced to spend the money on something else. We've already spent about $400 in application fees, turning utilities on, and a hold fee to keep the apartment for us. We only have a couple weeks left to get the money to pay the lease so that we can get it. The lease is $3,300. One of our ideas was to trade-in our car, which is worth $7,500 at trade-in value, for another lesser value car, and then get enough cash back to pay the lease. Would this work? Is there anything special we need to trade the car in at a dealership? And yes, I understand getting a job is important. I've filled out many applications and am still trying to find one. I figure living there will make it a lot easier to find one, mainly because I will be there all the time. If anyone has any helpful info or any other ideas it will be appreciated. Knowing of any other ways to make this much money this fast will help too. Thanks. Also, I live in Oklahoma if that helps.
  • You blew my mind totally, something doesn't sound right to me. You said you applied, were you accepted? You don't turn on the electricity until you move in. Why would you already have the utilities on if you're not in there yet? No one pays rent for sis months ahead. You'd pay every month because that's how the lease is written, you pay monthly on the 1st of the month. If you're approved then you'd pay the first month's rent and a deposit and then move in immediately. If you haven't moved in yet and are changing your mind then you'd lose your deposit if you paid one arleady, your application fees and would have to get the utilities out of your name. If you have no job you would not be approved for the apartment. Jobs are hard to find right now so maybe it would be better if you both still lived at home for a while with your parents. You definitely sound like you're not ready to get off on your own. Talk with that landlord and see if you can get your money back because you haven't moved in. It won't be all of it but that will stop your problem. If or when you receive a court settlement you probably won't get all that they tell you you will get. And you very well may have to pay taxes on that amount so check with H&R Block about that. Save that money. What you're supposed to do with any windfall is invest in education for yourself so that you can get a job or a better job.
  • Rental leases are usually paid on a monthly basis. Meaning there is no need to pay 6 month ahead. I can assure you that your landlord will be totally happy if he/she gets the monthly rent paid on time. For the first month rent is $550. But the landlord will ask for a security deposit that can be up to twice the monthly rent. Your trade in attempt will not work. First you need to sell the car for $7500 to a private buyer then you can turn around and use part of that money for your rent and part of it to buy a new car. A dealership will not give you more on your trade in than you intend to spend on a car with them. A trade in is accepted towards a new car. The trade in value has to be less than what you are going to buy from them.
  • why are u shooting your self in foot? why not just prepay 2 months? there is no legal reason to pre pay in full. As for the "idea' of "trading in a car" for a lesser car and CASH . sorry u b misinformed badly . real world car dealers do not work that way. go back the landlord and change lease to 2 month prepaid. if that don't work - find a long term stay motel to live in till u got money enough to get regular lease. good knowledge is good luck.
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  • My husband and i just moved to a different state. Weve never applied for financial assistance, but i think we need to until we get back on our feet with steady jobs. My questions is, We are married, and have a one year old son. We dont have jobs, and no bank account. We are living with my sister, and pay for everything we need to survive ( diapers,food,gas etc) Do you even know if wed qualify for medical benefits for our son? How about foodstamps and/or cash benefits? Im quite embarassed to be asking about this, but when you need help, you need it. Any idea how much we would recieve in the state of Oklahoma? thank you for your time.
  • It's hard to walk into that office, very embarrassing. Remember that you have paid taxes for years for exactly this kind of moment, I think of it like insurance. There is no shame in using it for exactly what it's designed for, difficult moments to get you back on your feet. My husband got laid off in March and unemployment certainly isn't enough to pay the bills and doesn't provide health insurance for our son. We get food stamps and my son is covered by insurance and I'm grateful to have it. My husband has been looking for a job and interviewing but has had no luck so far of finding a full time job. Every state has slightly different rules and the amount you get is on a sliding scale based on your income and expenses. It never hurts to apply, the worst they can say is no. Call ahead to find out what kind of documentation you need to take along to make the process faster.
  • I live in Oklahoma. What you will probably do is have your sister right a letter that you do not share food. The most important thing they need to know is that the food is for you and your family only. Jobs are hard to find. You paid your taxes. You have a right to get a helping hand every once in a while. It's your money. It's different when people STAY on welfare. Got to the social services office. Oklahoma will probably be able to help you fairly quickly, unlike large cities where you have to wait for hours and days. Good luck on your job search!
  • I had to apply for benefits too. I receive food share and insurance for me and my unborn child. I too have applied for numerous jobs. I finally got an interview at a McDonald's but its better than nothing at this point. You need to apply for benefits at your local Social Services department. Look on line for the applications. Thats how I found them in my state.
  • good luck with everything...i also emailed you a response... to the asshole of a first post, there are sites online to find jobs, and read about the economy lately? so many people are losing jobs and being laid off, when you have children you will do what you have to, to keep them fed and a roof over their head, until you no longer have a job you never realize how much even the basic necessities cost in life, sometimes you have to do whatever you can, even if it is a hard blow to your pride, in order to support your kids
  • http://www.okdhs.org/programsandservices/food/ that is one site i found for you. just go to google and type in food stamps in okalhoma and sites will pop up for food stamps and medicaid sites. I know how you feel it is alot harder to get job then it is to say you need a job. I am in the same situation. They might have a site to fill in info to see if you would qualify i know fl does but idk about that state. Good Luck
  • the biggest con from my very own fact is that babies or maybe grandchildren wil see that living on welfare is a suitable way of existence. it fairly is purely for use under the direst of situations.
  • My answer: get off the internet and look for a job. Too many 12 year olds with no lives will reply to this with harassing comments. Just go to a McDonald's or Wal-mart and look for a job. It's better then nothing, eh?
  • Since you are living with your sister, they will take in her income as well. Unless you pay rent.
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