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How can you earn money to pay off your car?

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2005-09-27 02:31:01
2005-09-27 02:31:01

Maybe getting a job is a good start! any kind of work will put you ahead. Do any of you people realize what kind of QUESTIONS you are asking.... boy I've read some good ones in my time but this tops them all.

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