Mar 2nd 2013 1:28PM Don't pay rent, see who files the Unlawful Detainer and the city site whoever it is. The city's filing a complaint would be evidence of uninhabitable conditions in the UD case.
Mar 5th 2011 2:21PM A ring is not one of the most important decisions you will make. Who you give it to, when you will get married, how you will support a family, things like that are most important. I would rather see people pay off their credit cards or use their cash to buy a house than put it in jewelry that will almost never be worth anything close to what you pay for it (this includes engagment rings). Put the money in an IRA if you don't know what else to do with it. Buy something sensible.
A ring is a symbol of togetherness and fidelity, not how much you can afford to waste on a piece of metal.
Mar 5th 2011 12:44PM They are probably implying that pork increases male potency and performance (based on a recent study, probably by the pork industry).
Jan 28th 2011 10:40PM Its all about the fans. The fans go to the games, watch them on TV and buy their caps. This is what pays the salaries. A team gets what the fans support. The Yankee base is huge, well beyond the NY area. I am in Los Angeles and I see more Yankee caps than Dodger caps (almost never see Angeles). In this case you have owners who roll back most of their money back into the team, giving up short term profits for huge equity increases. Sure, they won't win every year, but they will compete and I will pay to see them when they come here.
Jan 24th 2011 12:20AM I find the most important thing is to NOT have the smell on you from another woman. They can smell it a mile away, especially if you had sex.
Jan 3rd 2011 11:14AM People usually prefer to buy via a straight sale, because there is more disclosure protection when you buy from the actual owner. Banks have little liability for defects unless they knew they existed and hid them, and even then it is difficult to prove. No one wants a short sale, they take forever and usually fall through. On the other hand, most foreclsoures are vacant, and you see what you are getting. Some are even partially fixed up by the bank. The bottom line is the value is the value, be it by foreclosure or straight sale, and sellers need to realize the competition from foreclosures is real, here to stay for a while, and that is the market.
Values will blip up as interest rates rise, more buyers saying now is the time, but fall as affordability drops because of the higher rates. As long as approval guidelines are super stringent as they are now, few at the bottom will be able to buy.
The days of trading up, and a house as being an investment are gone, at least for a long time. Your investment is the principle payment you make each month. 30 years from now it will be paid off, and maybe worth a few bucks more than you paid originally (exageration, even in this economy it will probably double unless you bought in 2004-2007, in which case you may only get your money back).
Unlike a few years ago, if you walk away you may not be able to get another for a long time. Its a different market, and will be for some time to come.
Nov 8th 2010 9:03PM Campbell has the ability to do well IF he keeps his head. Gradkowski is a btter scambler, so it really depends on how well the offensive line is doing as to which one would be better. I like having both available.
The next two games will give us a real indication as to where this team will go. If they win two then you know they are a force and playoff bound. If they lose both I am not so sure (ok, so what if they go 1-1, I reserve judgment).
Nov 2nd 2010 3:14PM Lum's had great beer on tap too. We use to go to one in or near East Meadow Long Island.
Oct 30th 2010 2:00PM This guy is not a Hollywood loon, he is a dirt bag who has too high a feeling of self inportance. While there are many in Hollywood who smoke pot and many in Hollywood who are loons, it is not as typical as you think. I believe you are correct though in saying he is a jerk and an idiot.
Oct 20th 2010 11:51PM Game 7. lee v Petit. Classic.