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Old 09-23-2003, 10:32 PM   #31
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I am divorced. Come all single females over 25 so we can have the cheaper things in life!
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Ha....*nudge nudge wink wink*

not for me thanx. Bachelor extraordinaire
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Ha....*nudge nudge wink wink*

not for me thanx. Bachelor extraordinaire
haha that is why you are still a bachelor jim, you can't make up your darn mind!

Steve...don't be advertising that you are divorced, you will scare them off before they get close enough for a sniff !! lol
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haha that is why you are still a bachelor jim, you can't make up your darn mind!
Make up my mind??? Did you see the line? How can I pick from that??? j/k Tam...lol

So thusly I pay insurance...a lot...one day I might want to break free of the shackles tho....roooowwwrrrr :P
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I think I got you all beat. $2,900 a year for my 97 sse. Im damn near 24, And i have a perfect record! effin JERSEY!
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Makes my 600 odd dollars a year seem trivial.
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randa...i pay 7 bucks more a month..!
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Man is that 400 a month? That'* outragous. My 96 Aurora was $950-1200 per 6 months with collision, now the 01 ssei is about the same. $1010 Im 22 now

My buddy with a 78 cougar beater pays $27 a month for basic.
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I am only 18 and pay 248 a month and have a 500 deductable. It'* not too bad but way more than I would like to pay. That was cheapest of my quotes. My most exspensive quote I got was 425 a month and taht was way too much!!
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I have state farm, and after every concievable discount (the car has a passive security system - VATS) and their safe drivers book, and video i did i'm under $500USD every 6 months... How you may ask? I had two options at the same price. One was my comprehensive with a $500 deductible, the other was comprehensive with a $2k deductable and Full Free glass repair. I choose the later, as i figure i'd rather have free glass, because that will break (and my windshield is pitted to ****). I might change it though, i'll still get money if i total it too.

The rates are based on if you have a supercharger or not, they even asked me for my car if it had one, they must know about the SESC or SSESC'ed ones...
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