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Title of this entry is a lyric from a song that at one point talks about stealing a Porsche.


More financial goodness

Verdict on the re-fi of my auto loan: Success! I was able to shave $33 off my monthly payment. Not bad a'tall. And no, it was not thru Wells Fargo. Those guys were only able to quote 11% APR (no joke) and kick off only $10 a month, so it wasn't even worth it. The financial institution I'm using now quoted 8%, and kicked off the aforementioned $33 a month. Big difference.

This is my first re-fi and it went a lot smoother than I thought it would. If only buying houses were this easy.

This is the first step of many concerning fiscal matters. One down. Several to go.


GPS goodness

My boss has now officially committed to the wonderful world of GPS by acquiring a Garmin StreetPilot c330. Very decent unit (I should know, I have a c340).

He's actually been on some geocaching trips which I would like to do someday. I'll have to get some more info on clubs and whatnot. And yes, there are clubs. Would love to join one. That would rock.


Florida goodness

It is 6:50pm as I write this, and it's 77° F and awesome as usual.

Kick ass.

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