- Jun 17, 2022
Well, this hasn't aged well. I wonder what armin thinks of this looking back now.
Adding on to this, more as a random thought than anything serious.yeah, in my case my previous phone was about to crap out, so I needed to replace it asap. Got good trade-in value from Samsung as well and a bunch of extra goodies/Samsung Care+
I made the payments through Affirm and my credit card, which is why it took me ~2.5 months to finally get out of it haha
no interest rate, which was the best
Correct, we don't exactly know who. Most likely domestic terrorists being guided by a foreign country, but that is conspiracy-y.So far unclaimed/unknown, Prime suspects are (various) anarchy groups. (Eco terrorists, Ancap's etc.)
The North Carolina attack was coordinated/planned and aimed at power substations. Lots of people are without electricity right now. Not sure what exactly the attackers did.By whom and how?
I'd put $5,000 down and finance $4,000. You'll want to have cash in hand for any possible repairs, especially for a used car from 11 years ago.Alright, been to see a man about a car today. I was a bit hungover, so the day still feels a bit foggy, but the car, as expected, is fantastic.
It's a 2011 Giulietta, and as you can imagine, it's drop-dead gorgeous, inside and out. Full leather inside, Bose sound system (with a sub in the trunk), with a rather small 1.4 l engine which packs a big punch (170 hp). Got to drive it around a little - not enough to get a feel for it but enough to spin the wheels...three times.
The issue is the cost. Initial purchase is 7k, but I need 1k more just to be able to drive it - registration, tires and service. And then there are some city driving little wounds on the paint itself, as well as just regular maintenance etc. which can be taken care of later.
I have the money, but it's at my limits basically. Would empty my savings almost - and that's if everything is ok and no surprise costs pop up. I have some trips planned up, as well as a change of phone, so it will be tough.
Right now though, I'm just weighing up - do I like it enough that I would splash out that much? And if I don't, what else can I find in that same price range (seems very little)?
I can pay it straight cash and still have some left over, I did some math late yesterday. Will tighten my budget surely but it seems more and more viable. That said, would love to get a price reduction, though it seems like he won't get it down.I'd put $5,000 down and finance $4,000. You'll want to have cash in hand for any possible repairs, especially for a used car from 11 years ago.
Not sure how interest rates are like in Serbia, though. In the US that downpayment makes sense even if our rates are at 5-6%.
Send us a pic once you have itI can pay it straight cash and still have some left over, I did some math late yesterday. Will tighten my budget surely but it seems more and more viable. That said, would love to get a price reduction, though it seems like he won't get it down.
Having a bit of a classic trance rave on Christmas Eve, got everything set up and tested today
Doing the same at the NYE do I’m going to, will be more modern stuff at that one.
Food, loads of booze and trance, should be an utter train wreck