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Old Jul 19, 2012, 5:55 AM   #21
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well I have a teenage daughter... so like a cat with the can opener the second I have money in my wallet she can sense it and next thing I know it is gone
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Old Jul 19, 2012, 7:44 AM   #22
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That's part of the reason my wallet is 1/8" thick. I sent my daughter to college and now she is doing better than I ever have. She got a job at Mayo Clinic in AZ as an ultrasound tech. They even paid her moving expenses and gave her a sign on bonus. If it were not for Skype, I'd rarely see her being that I'm in MI.
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well I have a teenage daughter... so like a cat with the can opener the second I have money in my wallet she can sense it and next thing I know it is gone
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