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Old 09-21-2006, 07:42 PM
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What do you plan to spend your dividend on???

Ok wanted to post this to get some responsed here.

As for ours:

1. Plane tickets to Seattle next summer for 3
2. Fuel for me to drive to Seattle and back
3. Grocies at Costco
4. Pay off oldest snowmachine
5. 12 pack of beer.

Guess that uses it up.

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Old 09-21-2006, 11:55 PM
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My wife and I leave next Thursday morning to Europe for 3 weeks, so we plan on using our dividends there. We land in Barcelona, Spain and a couple days later we get on a cruise ship for a 7 day on the Meditteranean. We stop at 2 ports in France and than 5 ports in Italy before returning to Spain. Than we get on a plane to Paris for a week before returning again to Spain. After 2 more days in Spain we return home.
We used last years dividend to pay for the cruise and than paid off the airline tickets and hotels a few months ago. Since everything is paid for we plan on just splurging our dividends on ourselves while we're there.

I guess my new ladder bars and lift kit will have to wait.
Oh well.. I have all winter to save up.
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:26 AM
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I always hated those long flights overseas.

Have fun, be safe and enjoy.
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1. My family and I are planning on building a privacy fence around our new home.

2. Pay off a loan.

3. Pay current bills.
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Old 09-27-2006, 11:11 PM
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Have always put this money into my individual retirement account. Have nice set of 18" OEM wheels in the shed for the 2005 F350 that could use some out right winter only traction snow and ice tires. Just haven't found anything that is "E" rated or heavier. Best I can handle with 19.5's is about 6" of fresh snow, based upon last years perfomance, attempting to crawl up my driveway in 4 wheel drive. The curse of living on a hill side lot.
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Old 09-29-2006, 12:13 AM
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WHich hill you live on?
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Not sure just what I will spend it on, but I guarantee it will be frivolous.
Because as mom used to say, never spend found money on necessities.
Possibly a sub and amp for the Ranger, or maybe some accessories for the Kimber

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Old 09-29-2006, 11:54 PM
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Upper Skyline Drive. Have plenty of picture of the problem, but still have not mastered how post a picture of what skyline Drive looks like after a Chinook.
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