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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by apm1991, Mar 25, 2020.
I’m wondering if this is adjusted income or not .
I'm buying a sh*tload of toilet paper with mine.
i know people, I’ll put in a word for you.
You deserve every penny and more.
Bubba, I'm telling you if you want to be cutting edge...pop for a bidet.
Just food for thought. As some folks here might look at it as extra discretionary cash to buy gear, there are I'm sure folks here who look at is as a way to put some food on the table, pay their mortgage, car insurance, electric bill, phone and internet bill so their kids can continue school work. These are far more concerning issues than a new guitar. Just saying. No disrespect to anyone.
Pretty sure I’m not!
Once its gone its gone .
If I got one, I’d give it over to the ladies that work at my daughter’s daycare.
I have a daughter heading off to university in the fall. Whatever we get will go in the bank for that. Haven't heard the terms for who gets what but I'm not sure my wife will be getting much if anything as she makes too much money.
Are you kidding? Food and bills.
I could use the money for other things right now. Among other things, I've been looking for work due to being laid off a few months ago, and my savings is down a bit.
Been eyeing that J Mascis Signature Series Jazzmaster by Squier. I already have a bunch of strats. Need a Jazzmaster in the bunch. Only $500. Will put rest in savings account.
Replace some of what I had to use at dentist and water heater
Just think, there are models out there with mood lighting, a built-in fan, a MP3 player, a heated seat, warm and cold water (maybe to invigorate you in the morning) and a digital control center.
And if I can get one with a a wall mounted microwave, I might never leave the bathroom.
Unless you're talking about a Brett Favre retirement...
Probably no new gear . I like my amp , I’m good with my strats and my acoustic , although I keep looking at the tidepool players strat but would have to sell off one before I do that .I waffle back and forth with my American special and don’t know why.
Yes, and isn't there an income threshold? I don't know what ultimately passed, or if they've even formally passed the bill yet, but early on I saw something like a restriction to households below $75K. That'll help a lot of people who need it, but it's approximately 1/2 of households so not everyone should be making plans to spend it. As I say, my info might very well be outdated (or misremembered).