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Friday, March 09, 2007



it's out on DVD...i orderd from, of course i saved by it on-line at imoovie, gotta save that money


nice site you have, thanks for sharing, have a look at when you get time :>

Bob from Online Debt Collections Review

This movie looks very intriguing. I remember when I was in college, I received TONS of credit card offers, even though I was in college and had ZERO money. I guess in one way in that it's good to start to build a good credit rating. But for lots of kids, they think it's free money. From the looks of this movie trailer, it could be a big help for parents who force their young adult kids to watch it.

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