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Friday, September 29, 2006


chet the vet

I think that is rediculous. usury is wrong regardless of who is bieng taken advantage of. As a vet I know that what is needed most is more education among service members about proper money management. I think it would be more useful to implement some sort of continuing education program for vets. I woul feel just as bad about my grandma getting taken advantage of as my grandfather who faught in WW-2.

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