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Tangent: Reminds me of a college story...going over a grad-level computer science class exam.  The know-it-all student in the class said: "Why couldn't the answer to # 3 be [insert explanation]".  The instructor just looked her and said: "Because that would be wrong."  And he went on with class.  From that day forward, I knew there was such a thing as a stupid question.  

Thanks OP!

cyfan said:   Tangent: Reminds me of a college story...going over a grad-level computer science class exam.  The know-it-all student in the class said: "Why couldn't the answer to # 3 be [insert explanation]".  The instructor just looked her and said: "Because that would be wrong."  And he went on with class.  From that day forward, I knew there was such a thing as a stupid question.  
  
A good teacher would have explained why the answer is wrong IMHO.

"There are no dumb questions about money."

I think most people in the FW Finance forum would disagree with that.

I love it when I go to pick up a free Kindle book and discover that I already got it for free months ago. It shows that I haven't made all dumb decisions with my money. FREE IS GOOD!

Thanks OP!  Should this be moved to the free stuff forum?

Thanks again remick.

traditionally, it seems as though these deals have been posted in this forum .... I find it easiest to link to them from here rather than the "free stuff" forum. Whatever works! Nothing "hotter" than FREE!!

Thanks remick

Thanks as always.



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