Do you know which setting I need to adjust?
mhalley wrote:How about looking at the etf that holds 100 yr old companies? ... FL Foot Locker Inc 0.35
letsgobobby wrote:I live in Washington and have earthquake insurance.
letsgobobby wrote:It boggles my mind that so many Californians don't have it, but I guess it is much more expensive there?
RobInCT wrote: In a lot of poorer countries, locals don't normally tip but tourists would still be expected to (as would wealthy local residents).
(1) If I am buying a mini cooper and my preference is a manual transmission will selling it down the road be more difficult because nobody seems to drive manual anymore?
livesoft wrote:I used to live there, but for the life of me, I cannot think of anything that one would want to do or see there.
Either Palm Springs or PNW, probably Portland.
4nursebee wrote:Mortgage main obstacle financially.
denovo wrote:I think tipping has gotten out of hand. outside of movers and probably looks a waiters at restaurants I don't really do any other tipping. Well hotel maids too.