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  • Thanks. I stole that link and shared it on Facebook.
  • You can lead them to water, but can you make them drink ?
    Derf
  • true dat, Derf.
  • edited February 15
    Is it me or is there something unsavory sounding to the word "money" as a verb? It makes it sound like money is something you do instead of something you earn through work.
  • No sir, it ain't just you.
  • Hi @LewisBraham and @Old_Joe
    Is it me or is there something unsavory sounding to the word "money" as a verb? It makes it sound like money is something you do instead of something you earn through work.
    Financial Literacy ??? Is this the question related to "money" as a verb or just a random thought placed in this thread?

    I've been outside removing too much snow and the static temp is -10 F. Perhaps I just have a brain freeze with the money and verb statement.

    Lastly, if I didn't want to expand the reserve of our money by something I do (investing); with the base money having arrived over many years of what was earned through hard work; I would be spending my time at web pages discussing why my fudge brownie recipe is better than yours.

    Thank you for the reply.
    Catch
  • @catch - please send me a batch of them fudge brownies so that I may decide.
  • @Mark You'll have to wait until April, unless you don't mind receiving them frozen solid during delivery. A full 20 degree temperature rise since daybreak here; and now at +10 degrees outside with a bright, blue sky. Almost getting to springtime.
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