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Whats the best Car for A New Teen Driver?

A:  My first car was a black trans am for $900 when I was 15(3 years ago), I spent around seven or eight grand(every penny I ever made just about) restoring it over the coarse of a year until I got my license. The car was FAST, dangerous(no airbag, only a roll cage), and obnoxiously loud, but loads of fun. 3 months after it was on the road, I was on the way home from a car show and I had an accident(not my fault, and completely unavoidable)...totaled. I bought the car back from the insurance company and then bought one EXACTLY like it, the next few months were spent putting all my new stuff that was on the totaled car onto the new one, I still have the new one and will never sell it, so what I''m telling you is find a beater and spend the extra money on fixing it up,...

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What is Correct Usage for Power of Attorney?

A:  "njoracle" <njoracle...att.net> wrote in message news:ndNhf.92525$qk4.59453...bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net... I have a limited power of attorney for a relative to handle certain transactions. What is the correct way to, for example, sign a letter? For example, John Smith executes a power of attorney so Joe Doe can handle some tranactions. If Joe Doe has to write a letter, how is it signed? John Smith by Joe Doe, attorney in fact. John Smith by Joe Doe with power of attorney for John Smith or Joe Doe acting on the behalf of John Smith or is there a better or more correct of doing it? Deadrat wrote: "njoracle" <njoracle...att.net> wrote in message news:ndNhf.92525$qk4.59453...bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...I have a limited...

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How can I be the best husband I can be?

A:  On 15 Nov 2004 05:12:13 -0800, mbinro wrote: What are the best ways to be the best husband I can be? Can you give me some examples of ways that your husband (or your) does/do things that you/wife really appreciates or even things you wish your husband did that would make you think that was really nice and thoughtful. I am not talking about material things either. Fetch your wife a coffee every morning or tea, whatever she drinks. Be considerate and think of her wherever you are. Help her with things she is doing. Get the shopping and buy stuff she likes to eat even if it is stuff you hate. Make a nice meal for her once in a while. Tell her she is way more beautiful...

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How to become a lawyer?

A:  In the USA, to become a lawyer, IF you go to school full-time: 1) Bachelor''s degree - four years from a traditional college/university. 2) Study for LSAT. Take LSAT. 3) law school - three MORE years. 4) Study for Bar Exam. Take Bar Exam in the state where you want to practice. 5) Pass the Character and Fitness Evaluation. Then you can practice law. BUT........ 6) You still have to take classes/seminars etc. to obtain CEUs to keep your license to practice law. (You aren''t done with school!) Choosing a career is one of life''s most important decisions. The legal profession is dramatically changing and is in CRISIS!! Every year, more and more people graduate from law...

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How long does it take after you file bankruptcy to buy a house?

A:  The only way to improve your credit is to obtain new credit and build a record of managing it responsibly. A car loan, credit cards, even a store or gas card. Start with a secured card if you must. It''s going to take longer then before, with the new laws concerning lending, fewer and fewer companies are going to be willing to loan to higher risk customers. I''m going through the same thing right now and I''m being told that you should wait 2 years from the discharge date. It also depends on what you have done to reestablish your credit since the bankruptcy. It never hurts to speak with a mortgage company to see what the specific requirements are now that there has been a crack down on mortgage lenders. Win the lottery and buy it with...

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What all do have to do to become a paralegal?

A:  I believe you would have to have a significant injury to the spinal cord, hindering your motor functions and movement abilities. http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos114.htm#training If you posess a degree - or any other qualification - then you''ll already be in front of of the crowd when it comes to hunting for vocations. My mate has a degree and he wasn''t certain what direction to go with it, eventually he went in a completely different direction, he earns his keep using his pc with SMC which is a company sponsored by Tom Boswell of Happy Days (Howard Cunningham). Check it out in the box below. Even an undergraduate can join a paralegal course. If you major in Criminal Justice, it will be of immense use while pursuing the course....

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Safe way to carry spare fuel?

A:  The safety way is to buy a fuel cell plain and simple but if money is tight then I would not recommend that you carry fuel in a regular container... If you''re worried about your wife driving around and running out of gas, tell her at what point on the gas meter would be a good time to go refuel. It''s not that hard to be responsible and check it every time you get into the car. if your concerned about it why not fix it and be done with it ... really one should know how many days one can drive it or set the mileage on dash and just keep a can in the trunk not safe but will work store in a purpose built fuel can[3/4 full only] and strap in the boot so it doesnt move. EDIT..... SIMPLY USE A CAN THAT YOU GET FROM THE GARAGE.. A gas siphon with an empty two gallon...

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My fiance was here illegally but went back to get a visa can we appy for a k1 or k3 visa?

A:  Too late now. You should have married while he was here already. He cannot apply any type of visa no matter what for the next 10 years. After 10 year ban is completed you can try K3 or IR1 visa. A K1 or K3 will not be granted to someone he has been banned from the country for 10 years. Your only choice is for you to go to be with him in his own country. He is under a 10-year bar to reentry. You can apply for a fiance visa for him in 10 years. Since he already has a visa denial on his record, a 10-year bar, and a record of immigration-law violations, once the 10 years is up, you still have pretty poor chances of obtaining a fiance visa for him. He broke the law, and there''s nothing you can do about it. With the visa denial and...

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Canadian to marry a U.S. citizen

A:  If you are not already in the United States pursuant to a lawful admission, you cannot come here as a visitor with the intention of getting married and filing green card paperwork. That is a violation of the immigration laws. When you come here as a visitor, you are affirming to the immigration inspectors at the border that you will leave after a short visit. If, at the time you make that affirmation, you really intend to stay here permanently with a future spouse, that is a fraud in the admission. If this fraud comes back to bite you at any time during the green card process, it could cause serious problems. It could lead to deportation proceedings and even a lifetime bar to admissibility to the United States. Under these circumstances,...

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Proper way to inform of vacation with daughter--Q

A:  Send him a letter, certified, notifying him of the dates of the vacation and the location. If he wishes to contest, let him go ahead...but he''ll need a good reason for doing so. Will taking this added time conflict with any other portion of the order such as arranged visitation? If this vacation is entirely within YOUR visitation/custody time, and no prohibitions are violated, then simple notification as previously mentioned should suffice. If he does try to block it, you might have to go back to court to get these sorts of things spelled out in writing for the future. Originally Posted by CdwJava Will taking this added time conflict with any other portion of the order such as arranged visitation? If this vacation is entirely within YOUR...