Leslie's Omnibus


There's not to much the government's done that I'm happy about these days, but this is one exception:
Recently, President Barack Obama signed the Credit Card Act of 2009. The legislation aims to protect consumers from abusive credit-card practices. Included are rules that make it harder for anyone younger than 21 to qualify for a card.
The rules are simple:
According to the law, if you're younger than 21, you'll generally need a co-signer to qualify for a credit card. A co-signer can be a parent, legal guardian or spouse who is 21 or older.
Don't have a co-signor?
The other way to qualify is to prove you have an "independent means of repaying any obligation." Translation: You're earning enough to pay your bills.
This is common sense.

Speaking of young people and common sense (or lack thereof), meet Donald Mills:

Gives me shivers, that does. It's almost like having my own darling daddy back.

A couple of quick BlogThings for you:

Your Colors Say You Are Fearless
When you are at peace, you are:

Energized and innovative

When you are moved to act, you are:

Courageous and resolute

When you are inspired, you are:

Spiritual and humble

When your life is perfectly balanced, you are:

Totally in the moment

Your life's purpose is:

To live a passionate life

... and...

You Are 58% Addicted to Blogthings
You're a Blogthings fiend - addicted but not totally dependent.

So what if you know your personality type by heart?

And while you may feel like Blogthings is crack...
There are people much worse off than you!


1 comment:

The Meezers or Billy said...

Donald, I salute you!