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By Anonymous - / Saturday 28 November 2009 07:23 / United States
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By  trizzieb  |  0

I can predict your future. In debt up to your eyeballs, no degree, supporting a wife and kids making less than 20,000 a year. Hope I'm wrong. If not, FYL

By  hXcsoccerplaya  |  0

why is with all these recent fml's about "I think my ______ is trying to tell me something. I think your body is telling you not to be an insecure prepubescent little girl.

By  Sappheyes  |  0

What's all the fuss about his priorities? He didn't choose to not pay the application fee, it sounds like there was an error in the credit card processing which caused it to not go through. I've seen credit card companies refuse a payment because they mistook a legitimate payment for someone attempting fraud on your card, or a scam business making a fake charge. If he maxed out his card, then he needs to work on his financial skills in general, but the ticket wasn't the only purchase that put him at that limit.

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  splitsides  |  4

#11: Not necessarily. There's a huge difference between the cost of a concert ticket and the cost of college tuition. If the card was about to be maxed out, it would not accept a charge of $20,000+, regardless of whether or not she had already bought the ticket.

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  GDI  |  0

Dude, it was an application fee, not a tuition bill. Usually application fees are like 50 bucks - not 20,000. Please read carefully before making a comment, and making yourself look like a real.... well, tool.

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  splitsides  |  4

There's a huge difference between the cost of a concert ticket and the cost of college tuition. If the card was about to be maxed out, it would not accept a charge of $20,000+, regardless of whether or not she had already bought the ticket.

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