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  • I missed my court day. It was for public intoxication minor class C misdemeanor it said on the cash bond that I aggreed to show up at plano municipal court within 15 days from september 16th and somehow I missed this. What's the next step I should take and how much extra trouble am I in? Thanks in advance, philip
  • Well, besides the original MIP charge, you now have an outstanding criminal warrant for failure to appear. Contact the clerk of court and ask for your case to be rescheduled. They might just move it on the calendar for you. - Stuart
  • i hate to assert it, yet your screwed. and your no longer purely remembering u neglected the courtroom date? im somewhat specific the fines gonna be larger and if there's a warrent possibly detention center time. however the terrific component to do is to call and locate out. besides the fact that it being a DUI they aint gonna permit u off as easy as u think of. cuz maximum offenders do it lower back.
  • Well, you will hear many lies about that group: You will hear that they had a cash of illegal weapons. The County Sheriff said that he had access any time he wanted WITHOUT A WARRANT to that property and never saw any such thing. IF you don't know about Texas Sheriffs... they basically are gods in their county with all sorts of power. When I lived in Lampases county for instance, the county sheriff there ORDERED the State Law enforcement (except the Texas Rangers) to STAY ON THE STATE ROADS when coming though his county. You will hear that Vernon Howl (David Koresh) was some sort of racist white supremacist: The guy had at least a half dozen BLACK or HISPANIC wives, and many of the people who returned to settle near there afterward were black or hispanic. His church's membership was defiantly "minority heavy". You will hear that he "ambushed" the AFT. I have been in ambushes and set up ambushes adn will tell you that with the number of weapons in that compound, if there had been an ambush there would not be any law enforcement agents left alive the way they blundered into that place. The Branch Dividians were killed in order for the administration at that time to make new and more restrictive gun control laws. They wanted to show that there were "too many guns" out there and thought that this would be an easy target for their AFT thugs. That is the way that liberals operate. They don't care about people like they claim, they just want more and more control by the federal government. Personally, I think that Vernon aka David Koresh was a total nut-job, but that isn't justification for killing him and all of those children.
  • Make 2 bill of sales identical. Both you & the buyer sign & keep a copy. An unsigned copy is useless. FILL IN and date the back of the title. DO NOT leave it open no matter what. Cash only. In person only. Put "AS IS" in big letters on the bill of sale. In some states, there may be a form to fill out & send in to the DMV. If so, do it. But always retain the Original signed bill of sale. That's your proof you sold it if anything ever came up. Make sure you get the buyers address, & home & work numbers as well as email. That way if 6 months from now a cop calls, you have the information to give him.
  • you want to get a bill of sale declaring the quantity of money the automobile is being bought for, call address of purchase and broking, Vin kind of automobile , also want a signature from the customer and broking and a witness to make it finished, also you should upload on bought as is. So not something can come back to you. After it really is finished you get a replica and so does the customer you are able to regularly get a bill of sale from the Registries. Cheers
  • Knowing what state your are in would help. In general, you sign the title in the place marked seller's signature. The buyer signs in the place marked buyer's signature. In some states, the seller's signature has to be notarized. You'll know it yours is one of them by checking the title to see if it has a place for it. Also, most states require you to remove the license plates from the car. You'll need to check with DVM to find out if your state is one of them.
  • It can depend on the state, go to your states dmv website. You will need various forms and of course the pink slip. I wouldn't recommend doing check or even cash because it could be counterfeit. I'd choose wire transfer
  • I hope my question makes sense! Basically what I'm asking is well you know how when you pay for the airplane tickets if you want to travel somewhere, well I am not sure if that price will count only for that day or does it go up if you decided to stay longer in that destination you're going to. For example a plane ticket to Texas costs about let's say $500, and I want to stay for a week. Well, would I pay 500 times the amount of days I stay or would it not even matter how long I decide to stay and I still get it for the same price?? How does the calculations work then?? Does it depend by what airport you go, and if so which ones do you recommend cheapest prices?? Also, how can I figure it out (the total cost) including how much it would be for luggage. I only plan to take no more than 2 bags since I know it can be quite pricy! :( People are always telling me why do not I stay longer if you go out of town and travel, and I want to, but not if I have to pay more...I know I prob sound dummy asking this question but I've never travelled on my own, let alone gone on plane (since I was a baby so I don't really know since my parents did everything and I can't ask them anymore)...So, I was just wondering how this works. If anyone can also give me anymore suggestions or advice about travelling on plane and how things work,I'd really appreciate it! I know I asked extra questions and you don't have to answer if you don't want to but would appreciate that even more... Please no rude comments or don't bother. I'm trying to be more independent and learning on my way and just need some clarification here. Thanks in advance.
  • You can buy a one-way ticket, or you can buy a round trip ticket. A one way ticket means you have to book again and pay again when you want to come back. If you buy a round trip ticket, you are buying tickets for two dates, the day you leave and the day you come back. Since airline ticket prices can change from one day to the next, there is a possibility that if you decide, after you have arrived at your destination, to come back on a different day you will pay more. You might pay less, if your original ticket was for a high-priced day. There may also be a fee charged for cancelling your original return flight. The airline, after all, thought they had sold a seat for that date but now has to try and sell it again. You have to read the terms that go with the ticket you buy, the conditions attached to that ticket. They will say if you get a full refund in cash if you don't use your original return ticket, if you have to pay a cancellation fee, or if you get a credit you can use for future travel, or what. It usually costs more to buy two one-way tickets than to buy a round trip ticket, but not always. If you really aren't sure when you want to come back, however, it might be better to buy one way tickets. It depends how much it will cost you to change your return date on a round-trip ticket. The way to figure out the total cost is to go to a travel or airline site and do everything needed to book a flight except paying for it. Before they ask you to pay, which confirms that you really do want those tickets, they will give you a total. How much luggage is included in your ticket depends on the kind of ticket you buy. Sometimes you pay extra, at the check-in counter, for any checked luggage, sometimes one or two pieces of checked luggage are included in your ticket price. You do not pay extra for carry-on luggage. Again , read the terms of the ticket before committing to buy it. I have no idea what you mean with the "500 times the amount of days" thing. Yes, some airports are cheaper to go to than others, because some airports charge higher fees to the airplanes that land there. Those fees get added to your ticket price. However, you are very unlikely to actually save any money by flying to a different airport, unless the city in question has two airports. Flying to a different city might mean you have to pay more to travel from the airport to your eventual destination.
  • I am an Egyptian and currently studying American diploma at grade 12 in Egypt. I'll be moving to Texas as immigrant (as a permanent resident) and therefore I won't be an international student . By the time I arrive to Texas I would have finished the first semester - grade 12 . In grade 12 I currently study: AP Chemistry, AP Biology, Physics, English language, Arabic language , Math (calculus), Economics, Arts In addition to Physical activities .I participate in school activities such community service, ALMUN(Arab league model united nations)-soft skills and Arab league at the Canadian university in Egypt- , science fairs and I intend to participate in business plan competition at the American university in Cairo this week. My hobbies are Soccer, tennis and water polo as I am a member of the water polo team Cairo. My school is fully accredited by ADVANCED (Advanced Excellence in Education Worldwide), North Central Association on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASH) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI).are accreditation divisions of ADVANCED. Upon graduation from my American School, I am able to apply to international universities. I need personal advice according to my status Kindly provide me with the following information: 1)can I join one of the engineering colleges in any university this year 2)are there any more documents/requirements needed 3) Financial aid and scholarships that best suit me . 4)fees required (is it in-state or out-of-state) My current sat score Math:640(June 13), reading:390(January 13), writing:490(October 13) .My GPA for grades 10 and 11 is 3.9
  • Your reading score is extremely low and your wrtiing score is low. that is going to hurt you when applying. You can apply to any college, but many will require a high SAT score. You must apply to college. Right now US students are applying for Fall 2014. Deadline dates are fast approaching. You can go on any US university's web site to see tuition and room and board costs-I doubt you can get in state tuition, You can talk to admissions office about that. Financial aid will depend on your parents income. they will need to fill out the FAFSA form. You can look on the school's web site to see what scholarships they offer. Look into Texas A&M for engineering.
  • All right, this is a question that I've wondered about for a while but never devoted the brain cells to answering... Say you already have a stockpile of incandescent lamps (i.e. light bulbs) in the basement. Is it more cost efficient in the long run to burn your current stockpile of incandescents or go out and purchase compact fluorescent lamps? (Assume that the fixtures in question are used less than two hours per day.) Also, please answer as to winter usage v. summer usage. (Meaning, during winter a 100 watt incandescent lamp will help to heat your house more than the equivalent light output of a compact fluorescent), plus the electricity rate in winter tends to be lower than summer. Thank you in advance for your well-thought-out and mathematically and engineering sound responses. Please also take into account future value v. present value of money. And no, this is not a homework problem. Only a mind as demented as mine could come up with this.
  • Properly done, a furnace is a more efficient way of heating a space than an incandescent light bulb. So moving energy for heating from the light bulb to the furnace improves efficiency both of the lighting and the heating. Since you probably can't get your purchase cost back out of the incandescent bulbs [IBs], from an individuals view, it would be better to use them. But it should be possible to figure costs to make it rational and how much you would have to get for selling the bulbs. FCB's are available in a box of 6 from GE at Walmart for under $11 right now, so call them $2 each. "60 watt" FCB's use 13 watts and last about 10,000 hours. The already paid for 60 watt IBs last about 1000 hours (there are longer life versions, but they are dimmer and use more power) although both hour ratings are based on 8 hours on - the more time on each time turned on the longer a bulb lasts - turning on produces surge damage. Electricity in Texas currently costs about 13 cents a kWh. So a CFB uses 13 / 1000 * 10000 *.13 $16.90 in its life or $18.90 with purchase. Ten incandescents to run 10,000 hours use $39. So using the incandescents blows off $21.10 a socket and you could pay someone $21 for each ten bulbs to haul them away and be ahead of the game and ANY money someone paid you would be a gain on your cash flow.
  • Look at it this way. If you spend $2 to replace a 75 W bulb with a 20W CFL, your savings in a year is around $4, assuming 2 hours a day at $.10/kwh. How many other investments will double your money in a year? I occasionally see the CFLs on sale for $1 each, too. As far as the heating value of incandescents, if you have electric heat, it's a wash; you'll just the use that much more electricity for heating. Even if this cut your savings to $2 a year, you double your money in 2 years; still a good deal. If you heat with something other than electricity you save more because electricity is the most expensive form of heat.
  • Do you know the phrase "Throwing good money after bad"? To use incandescent lamps just because you already have them is just that. Especially since you can buy compact fluorescents for 25 cents a piece. At least where I live. The electricity company is subsidizing them because giving people a compact fluorescent for almost free is cheaper for them than building another power plant. I have spent approx. $2000 on new appliances this year and calculated that I am getting an annualized return of seven or eight percent. That is four percent better than putting the money on the bank. And it helps to slow down global warming. Our Prius, by the way, returns about seven percent on its investment and saves 300 gallons of gas a year. Not bad, is it?
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