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xdavex wrote:You suppose these will ever show up on woot?
Personally, my guess would be no as they're a little hard to size if you've never worn a pair before. I would, however, love to eat my words and have them show up!
Baggie of Crapola Count to Date: 16
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Barrel of Crops x 2
Happy Hour Random Crap X 3
Scarface Wall Clock,Screaming Mini Monkey, Keychain,Woot-Off Lights,Stewie from Family Guy USB Toy,USB Powered Woot-Off Lights,
Portable Hibchi BBQ Grill,USB AM/FM Radio,
Philips Plug and Play USB Webcam
Kodak Easyshare 5300 All-in-One,Perfection 11 Piece Knife Set,Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 5000,Nike Sport Kit Carrying Case for MP3 Players,
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superbloom wrote:Do any of you have any idea how hard and expensive it is to become a citizen? Illegals want to be legal, trust me, they do. But they also want to make money for their families. It is much easier for them to break the laws than to work with said ridiculous laws. It literally costs thousands of dollars these day to become a citizen. How many migrant Mexicans have that money?
Sorry, but I don't care how much it costs or how hard it is. I am currently going back to school to get a Master's degree and I am paying out of pocket for it. It is hard. It is expensive. But in the long run it will be worth it because the benefits of getting the degree are more money, more prestige, and a better life. Sorry, but US citizenship is no different. It might be hard and expensive, but the benefits of the sacrafice it takes to get there are worth it and take discipline. If life in Mexico (or other countries) is bad I am sorry. I did not create that problem. They may want better for their families, but earn it like the rest of us have to. Sorry if it sounds rough, but that's reality...for me..and for others.
Random Crap 8/20/10, Big Orphaned Cetacea 6/15/11