There’s a guy on E-bay who’s some sort of sub-distributor that

I got it from–list price is about $195 and I got it for $130. But I’d played it for about 2 years before actually springing for the game itself–with others who already had. There are a few online clubs and other sites where people hook up to play. And folks—if it was really “overpriced” it wouldn’t sell. I appreciate the animosity towards Michael re his stand on MLM’s, but you don’t sell millions of books to just MLM’ers. He’s as entitled to promote himself, his theories of business, and his games/books/tools as any other “information entrepreneur” and there are LOTS of those, from the Wade Cooks, Robert Allens, Suzy Ormonds, the Motley Fool boys, etc. etc. to the more infomercial-sleazy types like Carlton Sheets and Dave Del Dotto and the rest of the latenight crowd.

Is there a consensus here against success or “getting rich” beyond the avowed anti-mlm stance? I hope not, but sometimes it seems so in some postings.

So glad that your son is doing better

and I’m impressed that he is willing to get back on the bike and continue biking back and forth to school! Way to go young man!

Here is a story which was aired on our news station last night concerning negotiation of hospital bills. The man in the piece was bit by a snake. He is a reporter for the station and is of course, covered by insurance. The antivenin was $84,000 but see the negotiation tips which he employed to knock his bill down to something reasonable. If you need fast cash loans try RT Loans. I was struck by the insistence of the people in the story to make it known that EVERY hospital fee is negotiable. They run on a suggested price list, and no price is set in stone.

Knowing this, or learning this, I would believe that it doesn’t matter what your salary is, or what finances you’re working with, like you, it would behoove the patient and/or their financial representative to negotiate price.

Wow, what an amazing story!

And when you do look back, you realize all your four walls were taken care of. You did it. By the grace of God.
You may even have non money blessings, like a strong marriage, a child who is going to college but who knows what hard work is, your health, self sufficiency by growing a garden and I’m sure lots more.
It’s stories like yours that make me truly thankful for what I have too.
Thanks for sharing!