No real offers yet?
well see I get 350$ but about 100 of that is spent on bills every month,(may be a bit more not sure...probablly gonna be maybe 120-150$) then I owe my father 30$...so let's say I have er...200$ left? maybe between 150-200$ left. I really do not know. Oh and to make it even more complicated it depends how they want the transaction done. I would prefer through ebay and I can use paypal but I also owe like 30$ on my credit card. OR I can do it the slow way and transfer the money from my bank account to my pay pal but that takes 8 damn days....sorry to complicated everything.
I can also do trades if maybe you guys are intrested but I don't think I really have anything intresting.
wow no offers?
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Take a look at this. maybe interest you!!! or anyone!!!
$350 to start with.
$100 spent on bills (more like $150 (according to what you wrote))
$200 left over puts on a YSOD console right here.
You are already trying to get it to that before you explain the rest of the situation..........
"Oh and to make it even more complicated".............
Yes, Let us do just that.
You owe your father $30 AND you owe $30 on a credit card.
Looks like the total puts you at $140 after you have paid off your debts.
The console that bitsbubba is (jokingly) offering may be a pretty sweet deal right now.
You really need to consider getting your finances in order before trying to get somebody to sell a PS3 to you if you are actually typing in numbers of $30 that you owe.
Seriously, I just paid off a $12,000 debt that I incurred over the last three weeks on a new house.
I will pay off a newly incurred debt of (approximately) $18,000 (on renovating said house) in the next two weeks.
If you are having to worry about $30 here and $30 there............you really should get your priorities straight.
I am not saying the above to sound egotistical or anything...........I say it to make a point.
I hope that (in the future) you are able to afford some nicer things in life.
Right now you should be worried about survival in the real world..........not just in a video game.
Trust me.......... I have been in your shoes.
I was surviving on "mac & cheese" when the Game Cube hit the shelves and I wanted one extremely badly.
I am sooooooo glad that I was able to get my priorities in line. That stupid little box could've easily put me over the edge, financially speaking.
Yes, money was THAT TIGHT at the time.
I do not know how old you are, if you still live with your parents, whatever...........
I just hope a little of what I have typed does stick in between those two holes in your head and you give it a little thought.
If not you, maybe my keystrokes may help another young person
To give you a little insight as to why I say the above things.........
I used to give me and my Kokker Spaniel one special meal every 3 to 4 weeks (filter will not let me type the word "c o c k e r" so I had to mis type it).
We would split a can of baked beans (and both fart all night long :)) or each get a can of Tuna (no mayo mixed in) spread on a few slices of bread.
Yeah, I took care of the pooch. I would do Tuna in oil while I made sure he got the good stuff (tuna in spring water).
The rest of the nights consisted of store brand mac & cheese (when I could find it on sale for 4 for a buck) and Ramen noodles (10 packs for a buck).
Been there, done that!
I hope you get your sh!t in order, simple as that.:beer:
Just so it doesn't make me me look like a complete azz (or just simply an "old fart" trying to sound like your father ;))............I will include a link in this post.
I do not know if you could actually afford this or not, but it looks like a pretty damned nice deal (I am seriously thinking about jumping on it if he meets a couple requirements).
Hey, just trying to help the kid out.