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  • You really should try researching this on the college website. They typically will have the policy posted somewhere on there. How we do it at our school here in Texas, is that the student does continue to receive their Financial Aid during the first semester of PROBATION (not to be confused with suspension). If the situation that caused you to end up on academic probation isn't resolved or at least improved by the end of the following semester, there is a chance you will end up on Financial Aid suspension until you meet the government's Satisfactory Academic Standards. This would mean that you would not receive Fin Aid and would continue to not receive it until you brought either your GPA or completion ratio back to required levels. You would have to pay full tuition, out of pocket, until those levels are met.
  • There is a detailed explanation of what happened to Kennedy's body after his death in the book "Death of a President" by William Manchester. His book is pretty much THE definitive account of the assassination. Your library probably has it, or if not, can get it for you via interlibrary loan. You might also want to look in some recent newspapers for the obituary of Dr. Earl Rose. He was the medical examiner in Dallas at the time and was involved in a very tense and occasionally somewhat violent confrontation with White House officials over whether to hold an autopsy in Texas or in Washington. Manchester's book severely criticizes Rose, but the recent New York Times obituary paints him in a much better light than Manchester did.
  • I'm not sure what you mean by mortuary event but you might be referring to when the so-called "magic bullet" was found after Kennedy died and his body was lying on a stretcher in Parkland Hospital. Scroll down to "A Bullet is Found at Parkland Hospital"... or you are referring to the two JFK autopsy's at Bethesda Naval Hospital, second source. WARNING, there are graphic photos in second source.
  • What are mortuary events?
  • I'm going to graduate with BS in Environmental Science at Texas A&M University in Spring of 2016. I would like to work for either a consulting firm or management in an environmental company. What's the best MBA program that won't kill me financially? I'm looking for location -I prefer west coast if I'm not in Texas And to clarify the finances My parents will put $45,000 to the overall tuition but everything else will be from loans and/or scholarships.
  • The Univeristy of Northern Alabama offers a cheap online MBA. You could get some work experience while studying.
  • Next? Ask your parents for money? The federal government loans will not be enough for even come close to paying for out of state tuition. Not recommended to make student loans (fafsa) for acting. You may not get steady work, and you will have huge loans to pay off.
  • You may get the License # and the Vin Number and go to DMV and see if their are any liens on the car. But go in person and have I.D. to get the information, they normally won't release that information except to a loan company or the individual or law enforcement, however if you just want to know if there is a lien it's best to show up in person they will tell you yes or no if they believe you are actually interested in buying the car. And if it's a out of state Rig you can have them run the license plate and Vin to see if it's stolen or not. But do it in person only they have no way of knowing you you are when you call.
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  • Easy. Ask for the seller to show you the actual title to your face. Done. See,. Carfax won't do that for you!
  • What should I expect ? I am moving to my uncles house for a while in Texas due to hostile conditions at my home. I am following my dreams this time and not let anyone stop me. My plan for next few weeks/months is to stay with my uncle for couple of weeks , find a job in electrical engineering field ( i graduated a year ago , but never had a job related to my major ) p.S: I will be driving to texas on March 7th ( friday evening ) I know I have to give my employer a 2 weeks notice , I also know I can pay my student loans credit cards etc online or over the phone.. Is there anything else I should keep in mind ? I know , during the drive there, I should rest in well lit places ..Is there anything else , after I get there that I should keep in mind ?
  • The words DAMN YANKEE!!! OMG, that is all I heard when I moved to NC from NY...good luck
  • Houston is in the middle of an "oil bubble" and EE hiring is better than in most places. It is likely going to be all oil and gas industry related as to what you find... stable work for maybe a decade IF you can get through a door somewhere. Good luck.
  • Well, for one, tuition deregulation in many states. The state of Texas deregulated tuition costs a couple of years ago and the price continues to rise since then. Colleges now offer more, though, too - they're starting to meet the needs of students. Online courses, technology lab, nice recreation centers, better and bigger dorms... There's no "good" reason, but costs are certainly rising.
  • Crap rolls downhill. Top of the hill is cost of living. Middle of the hill is professors wages. Bottom of the hill is student... Not to mention special breaks for certain hued students.
  • I suggest you go out and try to find a job rather than online. Meeting someone in the company (such as the person who hires/does interviews/etc.) has more impact and gives you a better chance to get hired. Basically almost anywhere you can be a CSR. Loan stores, check cashers, banks, clerks, etc.
  • Apply online to companies.
  • Ha ha I remember when i was 11... of course that was 3 years ago.' 'ahem' I really dunno much about money, other than spending it. Lemonade stands are pimpin' awesome but are so old school. 1) BEG your parents for money...doesn't work? Next... 2) Ask money loaned (cuz SOMEDAY you'll pay it...) 3) WORK for it in places where you can... like doin' chores or stuff Well that's all.. Oh and no offense, but don't listen to the guy who said about makin' money online with quizzes... it screws up your PC and you'll be needing more money for repairment :P TEXAS
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  • Ask your parents if you can get an allowance for doing chores around the house and helping them with other things.
  • November is a long time, sure you can get that much by then, ask again later and maybe I'll help you...
  • like do chores and stuff maybe or sell some of your old games and stuff
  • COOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i am 11 to and you can mowe the lawn and stuff ar ask our parents if they can give half
  • http://www.tgboards.com/Is the only place I know, from someone asking another question. Why don't you go for an online relationship. Most straight people do, can't be different from gays either. I personally don't know if there is any differences, but i guess that would be the next best option
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  • Here's my problem. I graduated university last year, but have yet to find I job. I live with my dad in the middle of nowhere, and there are no employment opportunities. (It's a dying small down of less than 100 people). I don't have any money to move out to a city or town to find a job, and I obviously have no way of earning any. My father can't lend me any, as he's an alcoholic, and barely earns any. I'm trying to balance time spent looking for jobs online, dealing with the government looking to collect student loans, and trying to get my dad to quit drinking (this alone is a full time job). What can I do? I basically just want to get out, earn money, support my father so he can get some help.
  • Now is certainly a tough time to be looking for work. You don't have friends or family in big cities where the jobs are?? Call them up & ask about the job situation where they are. See if you can stay with them, while you job hunt. If there are no jobs where you are, then you need to go to the jobs. That's what I did. I stayed with a relative in Washington DC, while I job hunted. Eventually something turned up. What's your specialty, what did you study? Go to monster, and/or careerbuilder, and find which state has the most of these jobs. I would look to the east coast, or possibly Texas. I've heard the economies are better in these areas. But of course do your own research.
  • That is a lot to handle by yourself. My suggestion to you is find a serving job outside of the town of 100 and join my company. I always encourage women to have a plan b, c, and d in this economy. No one is safe as long as they are an employee. I run my own business and I'm looking for business oriented women who want to take charge of their financial situation. I'm in LEADERSHIP with MARYKAY and I LOVE it.. This company has helped SOOOOOO many women... I have had my Bachelors since 06, and I'm working on my Masters in School Counseling.. However, there are still hadly any jobs available AND they dont pay as much as I make with marykay. So, just like the Army Guard (in four years), being a school counselor will also by my community service. Thats another idea, joining the military, even part time like me gives you great network. Email me if you are interested in hearing more about the Leadership side of my company beautifulyouare@marykay.com SEE YOU AT THE TOP!!!
  • My husband has had 7 deployments to Iraq as a Marine Infantryman. He is currently deployed now for 13 months. But that is not 7 times in a 4 year contract. He has been AD for 15 years and was there for the invasion and consecutively since then. Dwell time in the USMC usually allows about 2-3 deployments a 4 year contract. He has returned alive and well each time from them. You need to stop worrying about dying so much. My husband is currently too busy for school. However my brother was able to take online classes while he was AD in the USMC and in between his deployments. He is now enrolled at a Univ, Texas A&M after he completed his contract and was Hon. discharged. He just had to understand that his job as a Marine came first, which he did.
  • For the Marines, your looking at a 6 month wait before deployed again. Most likely you'll go to Afghanistan though. We are SUPPOSE to be pulling out of Iraq in Jan 2010. No time for school, sorry. If you want to go to school, either go before you join the military, or after. Or join a different branch like Navy or Air Force where you'll have more time to do classes while your in, and even deployed.
  • I'm pretty sure that if you get sent to Iraq that you will survive. Normally it can go anywhere from 6 months to 18 months for a deployment, depending on what your rate is and if you so happen to get killed, they will pay off your loans. Make sure that your page 2 and page 13 is updated because you do have Life Insurance for $400,000 so that your family is taken care of.
  • Miraculously survive? You do realize the survival rate is extremely high in the military. Stop acting as if they are sending you to your death. You need to stop listening to your family (I saw your past post). You have a better change of dying in a car crash than in the military.
  • Are you talking about active duty or reserves now?
  • My wife and I had around a total of 52k taxable income this year. We bought a new house and everything. People acted as though we should receive a great amount back due to owning our home now etc. But this year I did it with turbo tax and had around 15k of deductions and the return was smaller than when I didnt own a home for last year? Any reason why its this way? It says we should get around 750 back which is a lot less than I thought we would. Its just me and her now we are expecting in June. I also live in Texas if that helps any. Please anyone give your advice if this is a good amount or should we get a pro to do it for us? Thanks
  • Last year my wife and I got back around 1200 this year it came out to 785. I guess I was just expecting more because everyone kept telling me how owning a home will increase my tax benefits etc. And this was using turbo tax software online. I was told to try the HR Block version also to see if I can get anymore. Oh well cant wait for that rebate this year lol.
  • Well, I also live in Texas. When you buy a house, as you now know, the interest you paid on the loan during 2007 is the only thing you can deduct when you itemize. You can also claim the "points" you paid when you got the loan. If you bought the house toward the end of the year, then you didn't pay much interest for 2007. The standard deduction has increased yearly to make it less attractive to itemize your deductions. It is less work for the government if you don't itemize. So unless you have a casualty of some type, a very expensive mortgage, a grave illness in the family that runs the medical bills up over $4 or $5 thousand, you incur large employment expenses that your employer doesn't reimburse you for, or you gave half your income to charity, you don't come out much better by itemizing. But you do make out a little better. Use a good tax software, like Turbo Tax. Spring for the "deluxe" version if you feel you need a little extra help with deductions for donated items. Just take your time and answer all the questions carefully and you'll get just as much back as if you paid someone $150-$200 to do it for you (that's what they charge). How much did you get back last year when you didn't itemize? That kid you're going to have this year will get you more refund than the mortgage interest....LOL. So you'll get a good bit more back next year (plus you'll have an entire year of interest payments).
  • im no expert but im guessing on a few topics. here goes: do you have state taxes?, you both have no kids (YET) with no kids your refund will not be that high, maybe you should go to a tax professional or accountant instead of turbo tax. did you use all of your alloowable deductions? also, if your income is higher than last year then that explains it. keep in mind that our taxes also went up. a lot of people have forgotten this. hope this helps a little
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  • Are you sure you are taking the itemized deductiona and not the standard. What are the two of you claiming on your W4? Depending on what your income was last year and if you qualifed for EIC last year I can't know why your return was more last year.
  • What should I expect ? I am moving to my uncles house for a while in Texas due to hostile conditions at my home. I am following my dreams this time and not let anyone stop me. My plan for next few weeks/months is to stay with my uncle for couple of weeks , find a job in electrical engineering field ( i graduated a year ago , but never had a job related to my major ) p.S: I will be driving to texas on March 7th ( friday evening ) I know I have to give my employer a 2 weeks notice , I also know I can pay my student loans credit cards etc online or over the phone.. Is there anything else I should keep in mind ? I know , during the drive there, I should rest in well lit places ..Is there anything else , after I get there that I should keep in mind ?
  • Just know that you are doing what you feel in your heart is the right thing. You will be fine once you get out there and get situated. It might be worth the $50. to stay a night in a motel, just so that you are well rested. Bring an ice chest with lots of Pepsi and water, just remember, liquid in, liquid out, so don't overdue the beeverages. You might also want to pack a couple of sandwiches so that you don't have to eat out as much. Bring along some donuts or other breakfast items as well as some skittles, and Hersey's with almonds. Beef jerkey is also a nice treat to have along with you.
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  • Hi there! I graduated HS in 2008 and started attending a community college directly after graduation. Due to a sickness and being in and out of the hospital, I failed pretty much all three of my semesters. My transcripts only have a couple B's, but many, many WF (withdraw/fail). I really want to start attending school again but am unsure how to go about doing so. My high school and community college were both in Florida but I just recently moved to Texas. Should I try and transfer any of my credits to my new school of choice or should I just start fresh and begin as a freshman? Does anyone have any ideas about CLEP tests? Any advice is appreciated!! Thanks!
  • 1) If you don't know what career path you want to take, I would strongly suggest a community college. No matter what degree you end up pursuing, you will have to take some of the same core classes for each. Community colleges tend to cost considerably less than universities. Talk to a counselor to find out what core classes are required, and how well the credits will transfer to a 4-year college - whether you think you'll want to pursue a bachelor's degree or not. 2) Financial Aid Depending on your circumstances, you may qualify for assorted grants or loans. See Additional Resources for a link to fill out a financial aid form online. Stay in contact with college counselors. Let them know whenever you have any questions. They may be able to suggest areas of study or sources for applying for additional grants and scholarships. 3) Scheduling There is a lot to take into consideration when planning your scheduling for classes. Of course, you'll have to figure around work hours. But you need to figure out whether or not you'll be able to handle a full-time class schedule. Going to school part-time means that it will take you longer to get your degree, but you don't want to risk overloading yourself and burning out. Be prepared to sacrifice a chunk of your time for classes and studying. You can expect to need 2-3 hours of study time for every 1 hour you're in class (possibly more depending on the difficulty of the class). The good news is, there will be breaks at mid-term and between semesters. 4) Explore and Grow Classes are rarely the only place for you to learn. Get involved with campus activities and organizations. The more new things you try, the more opportunities you have to grow and find your hidden talents! CLEP test information can be found in the link below.
  • I am thinking about starting an aquarium dealership in tandem with my brothers aquarium installation/cleaning business. now i already have rented out a building and have a loan that i got for supplies. For these supplies i have: 1. 10 stackable 55 gallon tanks ,with a they're own separate external filter etc. 2. for plants i have anubias:Congo,Frazeri, and Nana. Valsineria:Contortion and Italian. driftwood,Java Fern, Apon bulbs etc. 3. Stress coat,amquel,cycle,plenty of varied fish food as well as seasonal daphnia starter kits etc. 4. 1 55 gal. 2 30 gal. 2 15 gal. and 2 10 gal. tanks for the customers 5. the aquariums are going to be used for fish biotopes like south american, west african, rift valley etc. now i dont have many fish so i would like you to suggest some names of fish and they're biotope so i can get and understanding in order like so: congo tetra-west african bosemans rainbowfish-australian/new guinea pineapple sword tail-south american chribensis cichlid-rift valley etc. any suggestions of hardware,for my aquariums will be accepted greatfully. thank you
  • now im confused are you trying to sell fish like a petstore or do the aquarium design and maintance. There is a difference that can affect what you should have and should supply. But im assuming you are making these show tanks and showing them to future customers. south american biotope: 55 gallons, 2 discus, 2 angelfish, 10 neons and 10 rummy nosed tetras, driftwood, amazon sword plants, mirco swords, jungle vals. south asia: 30 gallon, gouramies, tiger barbs, rosboras, sand bottom, corkscrew vals. African cichlid: 30 gallon with crushed corals, texas holey rock, various african cichlids. 15 gallon, make it into a half land and half water tank. pladium ???? guppies, frogs etc.. im not sure if im doing this right. Traditionally if you are doing aquarium design and maintance you just want to keep the tanks empty with fish only. so the customers can see the fish online and then deside to add them to the tank or not. not sure the effectiveness on freshwater, im speaking from the saltwater aspect.
  • It is not so much the school as you being able to qualify for a job. Normally the school will also have a hiring fair or help you submit an application to get a job with a company. Many students get tuition reimbursement through this to qualify for the course to be financed. If you are willing to pay the full cost of the school and not expect a job when you complete the course they will be happy to take your money. In reality, if they are going to be helping you get a job through the course then they know what the companies who normally hire from them will accept. Depending on your felony conviction there are quite a few will not even accept an application - period. Some will depending on the charge and length of time since convicted and sentence. A lot of them require 10 years. Some will be permanently disqualified - like drug and sex offenses. There are very few companies willing to hire someone with a felony as a CDL driver. I was in orientation with a company back around summer 2007 when they were doing our background checks and one of the guys had a 5 year old drug conviction. They turned him down on the spot and he was on the hook for the school loan. I spent about 2 days online going through companies which he could qualify for. At the time I could only find 3. One of those was CRST out of Jackson, Mississippi. That guy spotted me pulling into a truck stop out in Texas one afternoon and came running out to thank me for helping him. Don't be afraid to put some effort into finding a school if it was you really want to do. Keep in mind that there is a lot of paperwork and rules to remain compliant with. Getting the license is actually the easy part. If you can't find a dedicated school you like then you can look at a local Vo-Tech college for it as well.
  • It is not the schools to worry about it is the state issuing the CDL. I would call any CDL school & ask them as they would know the correct answer as they are the experts.
  • Your record should not matter at all . They usually just want to be paid. The only record that should count for them is your driving record.
  • some schools will take you its the trucking companies that won't
  • Scarlet O'Hara's Barbecue Party Dress from "Gone With The Wind", the original is in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Where are the Gone with the Wind dresses, and can I look at them? The Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas "The actual dresses are too fragile to be handled, and replicas of the dresses are frequently on loan to other institutions. The Ransom Center is planning to feature the dresses in an exhibition in 2014. The Gone with the Wind web exhibition includes photographs of the dresses." This link is to an online exhibit of Gone With The Wind Dresses http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/we...Here is the online exhibit of the Curtain dress http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/we...Here is an authentic signed autograph for sale, it is stunning http://www.autograph-gallery.co.uk/acata... I am huge fan as well. Hope this helped.
  • I have been shafted by child support. Actually I have no idea how I am alive right now. My ex-wife took the kids to another state while I was overseas then she filed for divorce the day I got back (i left service a couple months after return). I am now trying to make ends meet with a company that collects for her county. The agency takes 60% of my pay (gross btw) and after taxes I am left with $300-$600 a month. I make a good hourly rate but I can't afford a home (living with parents for a year now), I can't afford a car, hell I can't afford to eat. On average I eat about three times a week. On top of all that she somehow pushed over $50k of our debt onto me and I can't afford to fight back. In the end we just settled because it got too expensive (even for her). Anyway back to my point. During the divorce she somehow got her county to hit me for $5k back support which I have been trying to pay but once again, they steal all my money so I'm left with nothing. Now I'm trying to do my taxes and could really use a few $$ to pay off a loan I got last year to put a down payment on a lawyer (highly contested divorce and I still owe my lawyer $6k). I just want to know if my state will take that money. I know federal is gone so that's not the question. Also, if anyone knows what agencies I can contact to help my situation I'd be very grateful as I would like to do more than sit at home on my free time. But seriously, could I get food stamps or something as well? This is bs btw, I'm so tired of bein ripped off in life. At this rate ill be dead in a few years if not less.
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  • Well, no. There is no official live action FMA movie. However, you might have heard of "Fullmetal Fantasy" which is fan-made live action FMA mini-movie produced by the voice actor Vic Mignogna who voices Edward in both series. You can read about the movie here: http://wikibin.org/articles/fullmetal-fa... but I'm going to include relevant information from that article: -What is it?: "Fullmetal Fantasy is a fan film dedicated to the popular anime Fullmetal Alchemist, starring the series' English vocal cast and directed by Vic Mignogna, who plays Edward Elric." -Movie Summary: "In the film, Mignogna (whose character is simply credited as "The Fan") receives a reproduction of the State Alchemists' silver pocket watch one day, and wakes up the next to discover that the world is becoming more and more like the world of Fullmetal Alchemist, with himself transforming into Edward and other members of the cast appearing all around the city, with Scar appearing at the end disguised as the postal worker who delivers the watch. Most of the actors from the series play their own characters physically as well as vocally, except for Aaron Dismuke (Alphonse Elric) and Christopher Sabat (Alex Louis Armstrong), who could not play their characters due to the great physical differences between them. However, both actors provide their characters' voices, with Alphonse being replaced by a life-size replica (loaned to the crew) and Armstrong played by a look-alike (Dave Henkin, Texas Cosplayer) (the character of Gluttony was played by J. Kevin Tumlinson, who shaved his head for the role as a favor to his friend Vic). Also absent from the film is Roy Mustang, as his actor Travis Willingham was out of town during the filming." -Where can I watch it online?: Unfortunately, you can't. Vic was showing it around Anime Conventions (and still might be, if you go to one where he is guest staring, though that isn't a promise. **actually, I just read that he's been able to show it at cons again, so if you're lucky you could track it down) but "Vic is no longer able to show or sell the film at conventions because the president of FUNimation deems it of too high a quality, and therefor libel of copyright infringement." So there's hope that in the future it may end up online, but fans are really respectful and don't video tape it when Vic shows it, so I don't know if/when that'll happen. Also, there is a new FMA movie coming out that is following FMA:Brotherhood, which was rumored to be live action, however it is NOT and is animated. It isn't released yet, and little news is known at this time. Even though that movie is animated, the possibility of a live action FMA isn't completely unprobable, because there's a live action Bleach in the works, so the chance of FMA hitting the big screen with live actors seems more possible now than ever before. We can always hope, right? That's all I can think of, it wasn't exactly great news but I tried to be informative, I hope you enjoy the link and can eventually see Fullmetal Fantasy. I've heard from other fans that it's really great. Good luck :)
  • Fma Live Action
  • For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/aylxBIf your asking if I think the movie should be made, NO!. But this will be much more interesting since FMA is more westerly. I'm pretty sure hollywood is good at medieval age european movies. They would have to stay true to the story for this to be a good franchise. Along with great writers and of course a fitting cast for the roles.
  • Live action? Like real life? O_o if so then no.... But if u mean just a movie there is one (i forgot what its called lol) and you can watch it on youtube (just look up fma movie!)
  • RE: Is there a FMA live action movie? If there is, where can i watch it?
  • Okay so here's the deal. we cancelled our wedding a couple days ago due to us being broke as all hell. I am so sad and disappointed I can't stop crying. The part I want to know is it normal to not be able to look at my fiance? Every time I do I start crying and it reminds me of the wedding I can't have. Now I know "it's about love and marriage not a party" well We have love and we have a marriage (without the paperwork and titles) since we've been common-law for 4 years now. Joint-bank accounts and everything. We wanted the party, I know this may sound silly but he never went to prom and mine was ruined by some crappy friends. We were looking forward to the big dress, the party, the friends and family, the day being all about us. Okay so that leads to my second question. He brought up getting the license and having our parents there and just doing a quicky ceremony, but this really isn't what either of us want. So do we do this and regret not having the wedding. Or do we wait another 2, possibly 3 years to have the wedding we really want? And please don't say "elope, I wish I hadn't had a wedding" or anything like that please. I know a big wedding is a hassle, and I know it's a "waste of money" but that's what we want. Thanks for your help!
  • A loan is out of the question. We both have a few credit cards we can't even make minimum payments on right now. We don't want to be adding more debts on (even IF someone would give us one.) Also, I just want to clear this up (in case it wasn't clear) I don't hate my fiance, and I don't blame him for this in any way. It just reminds me of the wedding we can't have when I look at him.
  • Oh lord! Lala, okay we WERE saving money. I KNOW how to save money but something unexpected came up. I don't think you understand. we have NO money now. We had nearly $4000 saved for our wedding for next September, it is all gone now. We have NOTHING. PLUS I just got laid off (in a nice big 800 person lay off). So I have no job, his doesn't pay enough for us to live off of. We don't even think we can pay rent next month. So we have NO money, even a $200 wedding is too much for us (but thank you to the one who suggested that one). And I already said I don't BLAME him, it's kind of hard to just "stop feeling like that". You have your wedding called off and then see how YOU feel!
  • Why don't you just have a courthouse ceremony and an inexpensive reception? In my state, Texas, marriage licenses are no more than $72. $60 of that is cut out if you take a free, four hour marriage class! You will pay no more than $12 to get legally married, ask your local county clerk about fees. In a courthouse ceremony, you are called into a courtroom (many old courthouses are as nice as old churches, really) and a judge marries you. OR, you could do a small ceremony outdoors or at home and have one of your loved ones ordained as a minister through the Universal Life Church. It will take them like twenty seconds to send their name on the website and within 24 hours they will be automatically ordained. They will sign your marriage license for free and then you will be able to turn it in for your marriage certificate. Voila! Cost of the ceremony = less than twelve bucks! I can help check your state's laws if you'd like I've also run across beautiful dresses on eBay. You send in your measurements and they customize them for you. They cost about $150. Here is the one I wore: http://cgi.ebay.com/Stunning-white-and-burgundy-wedding-dress-Bridal-Gown_W0QQitemZ130261655837QQcmdZViewItem?hash=item130261655837&_trkparms=72%3A1205%7C39%3A1%7C66%3A2%7C65%3A12%7C240%3A1308&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14 Many people get second-hand dresses and modify them, since they are only used once anyway, right? Cost of dress: Less than $200 Lastly, explain to your family that you have NO MONEY and ask that somebody host a potluck. Everyone will bring a dish instead of gifts so everyone will have plenty to eat, get to know one another, be in a family setting, and it will cost you nothing. Total cost of wedding: Maybe $200? No more than $300 I've been to weddings that we less than $1,000 and were amazing. Have your friends help you be frugal! There are tons of ideas online for cheap centerpieces. You can even buy decorations at Wal Mart now if you want to decorate your reception or ceremony. Maybe nicer would be photos of you and your new husband. Good luck with your wedding! You can always renew your vows and spend more when you have more dough! It's better than canceling. There is nothing tacky about an inexpensive wedding, being minimal is almost classy. Family and your love is the most important thing, Sweetie. You'll have a blast anyway, and best of all, you'll be married! If you really want a huge reception, rent a hall, like the VFW hall. They usually have long tables and a dance floor. Have friends help you mix CDs. Ask for decorations instead of gifts. Potlucks always work out for food.
  • I couldn't imagine how horrible it would be to have that dream wrenched out of your grasp. I would be devastated. But i think an earlier person had a good idea about a small registry wedding and then a huge vow renewal - but totally like a wedding. But if what you really want is the whole big wedding day and vows at the same time, i guess all you can do is put it off. Maybe have a few very special "date" days where you can be happy just being together somewhere nice. It may help you feel better about it in the mean time...
  • First off, I'm so sorry for you and your fiance. It's hard having no money, I know, I'm about $25 000 in debt and very slowly working my way out. It's going to be hard to be around your fiance for awhile because of the emotional turmoil you are going through right now, but you will get over it. At least you are still together. I'm living in Korea right now and my boyfriend of three years is in Canada. During the first few weeks after I decided to leave Canada it was very hard to be around him because I would always start to cry thinking about leaving him. As far as your wedding goes, it sounds like you don't really want any advice. You seem to be getting upset by a lot of the advice given so far, so I'm not going to tell you what I would do in your situation. I'm just going to say this: remember that you love him and he loves you, and even though times are hard, your love for each other will help you through this difficult situation. Keep smiling, someday you'll make a beautiful bride!
  • Im so sorry to hear that. Why not have a simple marriage like celebration to hold you over until you can afford to have the big one. It might be tough to wait longer for a bigger one, but hopefully you can have at least something. You could do something more personal and romatic like have a hand binding ceremony type of thing and make it like a promise to have that big wedding that both of you want. I hope this helps.
  • have you every heard of a pot luck wedding? if you can get a friend or family to offer their home, or you can find a cheap hall (fire hall) all the guest will bring a covered dish of somekind instead of gifts. or you could have the small wedding now and then in five years plan on renewing your vows and have a big reception for that. waiting wont be as bad as it seems either, then at least you have a goal and it will make the day all that much more special... just figure out the approximate cost of a wedding and how much you can put away each month till you reach your goal. Good Luck!! Everything will work out fine.
  • No its not a bad thing that you cry when you look at him right now its a sad thing to have to cancel a wedding for any reason. #2 you can do something really great for not a lot if you are smart about what you buy. #3 you can get married now, and have a huge celebratory "house warming or shin dig" that is formal even if you wanted to later. People say it is only a piece of paper, but i believe something changes when you get married, If you want it don't let the money stand in the way.
  • Since no one is answering your original question I will. As long as this doesn't last more than a few days, I think it would be fairly normal. Like you said, it's not that you blame him, it's just that he is a reminder of this. As for the other answers. I know that wedding installments don't do anything. Installments doesn't make money appear out of thin air. Good luck hun,I'm really sorry this happened. I hope it works out.
  • I would have the simple wedding, even get married in the courthouse. Then later, maybe tax time, or something else when you have a little extra money, renew your vows and go ALL OUT!! I would do it. Then you don't have to wait, sounds like you have waited long enough.
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  • we can't afford to pay for our wedding strait up and we are both horrible at saving, but we managed to find a venue that would allow us to prepay the wedding in installments. and the venue covers everything from the ceremony to the reception in the package. why not see if you can find something like that in your local area.
  • I am 22 and I'm graduating next December with my bachelor's degree in family & consumer sciences. My concentration is in Interior Design. I can't change majors-- I've already been at the university 5 long years and have absolutely no intentions of stepping back and taking even longer to graduate. I've taken classes in adolescent psychology, family & child development, family economics, etc. in addition to all my interior design courses. What else should I do to get a position as a social worker or for an adoption agency? (USA)
  • Yeah... Staying in my undergrad program just won't fly. My husband is 1/2 way done with his MBA and we'll both need to be working full time to pay off his student loans. Plus, we have a house, so the mortgage, HOA fees and other things need to be paid. The best I can do is get my master's (online, part time). Because I can't have an erratic, on-campus course schedule and work full time. I'll just have to keep looking.
  • You can work for Child Protective Services without a degree in social work, depending on the state you are in. You'll have to do a little research. In some states (like Texas) CPS is a state agency and in others (like California) it is divided up and each different county has it's own agency. I'm a CPS worker in California. My BS is in English with a minor in Psychology. In the county where I'm employed you do not have to have a degree in social work but you do have to have a certain number of credits in 'social/psychology' type classes, about the equivalent of a minor. However, most CPS agencies (at least in California) require two years working with children. You can hire on as a social work assistant and promote up to being a social worker or gain the experience first working at a group home (this is the most common type of work experience). Also, if you are interested in getting your master's degree - there is a federal program called the Title IV-E program that will pay full tuition for a MSW degree and even give you a stipend for expenses (if you go full time). The catch is that after you graduate you have to work for CPS in the same state you get your degree in for a set number of years, usually 3-5 years, in order to 'pay back' your degree (you don't actually pay back any money). I have several co-workers going through the MSW program right now using this program. Once they put in the time to 'pay back' the program they have no obligations to CPS and can quit and get an even better paying or less stressful job. It's a free master's degree! If you and your husband are flexible about moving after graduation look into salaries for CPS in different states. Some states pay ridiculous salaries and some pay very well. I personally think California pays pretty well.
  • Saddly you can be a social worker for Child Protective services in most states but you just won't be able to become a supervisor without your BA on social work. Now as far as I know for an adoption agency you need your degree in social work and to have your license and many in my state require a master's If this is what you want to do I suggest you do go back and take the propper classes to have the correct foundation to do this work
  • you do not desire a 2d degree in chemistry. yet taking those instructions at a school does seem better than taking them at community college. you are able to take instructions at maximum universities as a non-degree searching for student. which potential, you get grades on your instructions, besides the undeniable fact that the school is everyday with of you in simple terms isn't making use of for commencement or something.
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  • so I'm 17 years old and i came here legally about 10 years ago but i stayed illegally. so my sister became an american citizen recently and she is going to file a petition for my parents and me..now they told us that my parents will get their green cards in 6 months but i will have to wait about 7 years for mine... is this true???? because that would break my heart...and if it is can we do something so i can get it in less time?????
  • If your sister holds a green card then yes, unfortunately, it will take at least seven years to fix your legal situation because preference is given to the family members of American citizens first. However, if your sister an American citizen things are much different. First of all, your sister will petition for your parents to obtain permanent residency, or a green card. And because you are underage and considered a child, you would automatically fall under your mom's wing and go in with them as well. It might take a little longer than your mom to fix your situation, but at the most it would be about 13-16 months. Or, just in case something goes wrong with this process, another route would be waiting for your mom to become an American citizen which can happen as early as three years from the moment she receives her permanent residency and then, consequently, because favoritism is given to family members of American citizens, then you would be able to have your mom petition you for a green card in a little less than a year, AS LONG AS YOU ARE STILL SINGLE, NOT MARRIED. That detail is very important! Let's hope the first scenario plays out for you, but if it's not in your cards, then the second one is foolproof, and it's three years less than the initial seven year wait. Another thing, you will probably be going to college soon and are wondering how you will pay for the tuition without federal help right? Well, since you can't apply for the FAFSA, you might want to try in-state tuition, providing the state you live in provides it. Some of these states include New York, Florida, California, Texas, and various other states. Another way is to research scholarships online that require you to submit essays and such without requiring a Social Security number. Try enrolling in a community college at first. They are cheaper and better for you current situation. Also, when it is time to inquire about student loans and federal aid for graduate school, if you decide to pursue that path, then look at the bright side, that will be in four or five years, and by then, you should be holding your green card in your hands, provided the process doesn't get delayed. There are many ways to get around it, trust me, the only thing is you have to find the ways to get around it. Don't let this break your spirits. I know you are probably longing to get a license as well, but trust me, all in due time. Everything will play out fine for you, just have faith, patience, and determination. Many people are willing to help. Best of luck.
  • NO not true, you can apply for legal residency but you must do it now before you turn 18. Get an immigration lawyer anyway you can. The US government does accept that minors have NO choice but to become illegal when their parents move (or chosoe to NOT leave). And therefore the minor can do something about it before they turn 18.
  • i'm not sure that is true. they wouldn't give your parents green cards years before you.
  • My grandfather and dad have numerous years of experience in agriculture, but once they moved to the US they stopped doing this. They're also great businessmen. My grandfather has had numerous food markets, and my dad owns his own trucking business. My grandfather and dad are tired of not doing what they really love: living off of the land. Therefore, they are looking to invest in buying up a big lot in Texas and start a beef cattle or poultry business, but they have millions of questions. I am contributing by doing research, setting up a business plan, and meeting USDA requirements so they can have a succesful business. They have over $50,000 that they've saved over the years to invest in their business venture. They also have good credit to take loans if they need to. I am having a difficult time doing research online because the info. has been too broad and general so far. I would like to start by knowing any farming restrictions they have in Jones County, TX. Then, if that goes well, I would like to find out USDA requirements to keep a beef or poultry business running. Later, I would like to know how to buy and sell cattle or poultry. Is the competition of bigger companies make our business fail or what? All input to this questions will be greatly appreciated, even if they are just links to websites or simple advice. Be honest and condiderate. Thanks.
  • Talk to your county extension agent. They can help you out a lot. http://jones-tx.tamu.edu/
  • Jason: When you completed the FAFSA, you received an online "peek" at your EFC score. You'll also receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) from the Department of Education that summarizes your FAFSA responses and documents that EFC score once again. The Pell is an interesting form of Federal Student Aid, because it's the only one that is directly determined by your EFC score. Remember this - your EFC is a measure of your "financial aid need". The lower the score, the greater your need. The lowest possible score is zero - once scores get above a certain point, they'll simply identify your EFC as "99999". Students with EFC scores of 4041 or less are said to have demonstrated "exceptional need", and every applicant with exceptional need qualifies for special types of Federal Student Aid known as "need-based aid". The Pell Grant is the largest of the need-based aid programs. I said that the Pell Grant is interesting, because it's the only form of need-based aid that is "guaranteed". In government-speak, we call it a "quasi-entitlement" program. In plain English, "quasi-entitlement" means that if you qualify for it, you get it. IF your EFC score is 4041 or less, the college needs to know two more things in order to figure out what your Pell award amount will be - the Cost of Attendance at your school, and your registration status (full-time, part-time). A full-time student at a modestly expensive school with an EFC of zero would receive the largest possible Pell grant award for this coming year - $5350. Students with higher EFC scores receive less, and so do students who attend only part-time. As you correctly noted, you'll receive all of the details of your aid award when your aid offer letter arrives from the school. That will probably happen sometime in the next 4 weeks - yes, that's close to when school starts, but hey, you just finished your FAFSA application, and you waited until it was really late in the cycle. You can, however, already predict if you're going to be offered a Pell Grant - just take a look at that EFC score that you received. If that's 4041 or less, you'll be receiving a Pell Award. (I can't tell you how much, because I don't know your EFC score, sorry) You'll also receive an offer to borrow up to $5500 from the Stafford loan program, as well. I hope that helped you - good luck!
  • Processing can take from 10 days to 2 weeks when you file online with FAFSA using a PIN. If you used a paper FAFSA to apply, did not provide a valid e-mail address, or did not use a PIN to sign, you will receive a written reply from the Federal Processor in 3 to 4 weeks. To be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant there are numerous requirements a few of which are: you must have financial need, have a high school diploma, a GED, or have the ability to benefit from the program or training offered, have a valid Social Security number. Good luck to you! I hope you get it!
  • Pell factors could disappear because of present day budget crises interior the federal government. the only thank you to do it may be to bypass out of your mom and dad' domicile and alter into financially self sufficient. you will could hit upon a role. BTW, Pell factors pay purely a tiny factor of faculty.
  • -ran carfax, one owner, military doctor who drove it back and forth to Texas from long island (twice). No accidents or damage ever reported. -mechanic checked, recommended new brakes, which are being done at the expense of the seller. -price on kbb is $7,800-9,500. This car is in excellent condition, it just has one dent above the gas cap. -has 93,000 miles. -new machpherson struts with 20k miles on them. -factory clutch/tranny/engine, regularly services by the same mechanic, and holds up with carfax. I will be financing this car over 4 years if I purchase it. I plan on buyin out the loan earlier though, as I have close to the amount saved. I just wanted to know if it's worth doing that considering the mileage. Thanks
  • When you did your online research how much did the price guides tell you this car was worth? When you ran the Carfax report was the report clean with zero red flags, no repair damage and no title issues? When you took the car to your mechanic for a complete pre-purchase inspection did he tell you there was nothing to worry about, the car appeared to be well maintained? When you test drove the car did it perform as it should? Did everything work like it is supposed to? Did the car drive well with no signs of excessive wear and tear? If you did all four of these things with positive results then and only then should the car be considered a good deal.
  • Have you checked the actual value of the car on kbb.com and nadaguides.com? Then, you'll know if you are getting a good deal or not. Also have you had the car checked over by a mechanic? If the car has hidden problems that will be expensive to repair, it might not be a good deal at any price. Don't take the word of the seller that the car "runs fine." Since used cars are sold "as-is", you won't be able to give the car back if you find problems after the sale, even if the seller lies to you.
  • Call you bank or credit union. They can tell you what the actual value of the vehicle is and there will be no second guessing.
  • hmm I guess.my car was more money for a malibu and same year and miles.so I guess its good.
  • no. thats full on retail price.. $5k-5500
  • Good luck, job sites are overrun with scam jobs just like Yahoo Answers is getting overrun with Spam, particularly in this section. I'm a 34 year old guy who just got his act together 2 years ago, and earned my B.S. degree in December. I thought going back to school and earning my degree would solve my problems. Turns out my lack of work history coupled with limited or no jobs has made my life an even bigger mess than before I had my education. I suggest doing what I'm doing. I apply for jobs online with retail stores, I just applied for a teller position with Wells Fargo bank. The main thing is to apply directly with the company, I avoid job sites because they aren't any good. You might try leasing jobs for apt. complexes, that's what I'm looking into next. I've even been turned away from Applebee's, Blockbuster, and Hollywood Video--places where they hire people who don't have high school degrees. Go figure. I can't pay those loans back if I don't have a job. Good thing I've got until June to start repayment.
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  • 1. Go to class and keep up with your work. I found it easy if I planned a certain time of the day to study and do homework for each class. Like math at 10 MWF or speech at 1 p.m. TT. It also helps if you make friends in your dorm that are taking similar classes. And try to schedule your homework time early in case something comes up and during the part of day you work quite well. It's best to schedule classes when you are most focused (especially ones that take more effort). Sometimes you have no choice but with core classes you should have several options. 2. Get involved. It's so much easier to make friends and get involved early in your college career opposed to later when you have more involved projects or jobs ect. Get involved in your department (but be careful not to overextend yourself). 3. Plan your classes by yourself but run it by and advisor as well. It makes you feel more prepared and helps you in deciding what core classes you should take when. Your advisor might say you should save math and take your history first but you might feel better switching it. You might also want to have stress-free electives the same semester as a major (and time-consuming class). Some advisors try to have you take all your core classes at the end or beginning of your college career. You should spread them out but take more core at the beginning than the end (some classes require you to be a junior in your major). 4. Ask others advice like upperclassmen. They can tell you about classes, projects, and the like. Conversations are typically more causual and from a student's point of view and not a teacher's or advisor's. 5. Bring quarters and more quarters and more quarters. Laundry machines (and late night snacks) eat most of your budget. 6. Find student discounts. Every town has something and I doubt San Marcos would be different. 7. Buy books online (and early). You are more likely to succeed in the class with books and you can afford them all if you buy online. Some do (mostly grad students or in classes where you have several books to read) get a book on interlibrary loan or at the library. Selection is limited but history and english classes can do this more easily than others. 8. Have a time each week (or two weeks) that you call your parents. They worry and if you have a set schdeule they are more likely to let you live your life. 9. Shower shoes and robe. It's ideal to bring clothes to the shower room (with a bag) but sometimes people steal them. Shower shoes are to protect from disease. A robe works so much better than just a towel. 10. Try to budget. Find free and fun things to do. I'll think of more I'm sure. As for TSU, I didn't attend that school that I have friends who did. All of them were transfer students or attended briefly (family troubles not because of the school). It is easy to get involved from what they said. They lived in apartments and not the dorm the first year.
  • Get shower sandals if you are living in the dorms or a group house!!! Go To CLASS!!!! I didn't go almost at all my first semester and it didn't turn out so well. I turned my grades around but that first semester haunted me. Try to eat healthy, it is hard. Congrats and good luck!
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  • She carries her own brand now, but I believe she either had them made for HER, or loaned to her. Don't go by the style, or the brand, not one size fits all. People's Beauty Watch Feb 2013 issue, page 134, both Justin Bieber & Miley Cyrus have right lens lower than the left lens, not fitting properly! Even models (ex: J Crew page 21) wear sunglasses crocked wearing Ray Ban Aviator! How about Former First Lady of France, Carla Bruni, wearing a lopsided, falling off her nose-sunglasses heading to the airport? 6-20-13. Best answer is to try each one in front of a mirror. Do they slide off your nose? Can you see your eyebrows? Are they snug when you wear them? Can you see your eyes? Are they Polarised or do they have Photochromic lenses? Do you like to hide them when you wear your sunglasses? You like them? Buy them. According to the AARP Class I took - they recommend if you wear sunglasses, to pick amber lenses, if you're going to drive, better visibility. I've been wearing RayBan Wayfarers since the 80's, and I have 2 new ones to go over my regular eyeglasses. Ray Bans have been around since 1937, they KNOW what they're doing. The last one I ordered from Piperline, was Floral style, but they kept falling off me, they don't even fit over my regular glasses, like the others I've had. I returned it right away! I also suggest when paying for online purchases, don't use Paypal, it takes just once to be a victim. I was and it took 3 years to get my credit. Use your Credit Card, always, they can help you if any disputes. AND beware of international shipping, they could add 3-25% extra fees, even if the price is cheap. My merchant was from Texas, but the product was shipped from Hong Kong. Other times, when you need to call Customer Service, they speak in foreign tongue and no one to translate them or JUST they don't answer calls.
  • As a roundup to my blogs on alternative energy stocks, which included solar energy stocks and wind energy stocks, I have put together a list of the companies involved in the production of ethanol [also called ethyl alcohol, grain alcohol, or drinking alcohol], which can be used as a stand alone fuel or a fuel additive. http://www.topglasseshome.com
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