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Posted on December 6, 2011
nspollard what’s up Stanley?
stanley This day, how are you nspallard?
nspollard great getting lots of things done
nspollard waiting for the chat to start
stanley Yea I’m a bit everywhere myself. This is my first chat though, how about you?
nspollard my second
nspollard I’m in Georgia, I’m a realtor and auctioneer
nspollard and real estate investor too!
stanley Hmm, I’m in Maryland. I’m real estate investor, life coach and a published poet.
nspollard my early life was enjoyable in Baltimore and Virginia Beach
stanley What made you leave?
nspollard my mother and father divorced, and my mother brought me and my sisters here
nspollard I joined the Navy and came back and settled here
stanley Do you like it in Georgia?
stanley I must say thanks for the service of this country! Read more…
Posted on November 8, 2011
For years, I’ve been writing about the failure of our educational system to teach financial literacy. Why has no one has mentioned the possibility that today’s financial crisis might have been averted if basic money management had been part of our school curriculums? Anyone with minimal financial literacy should have been able to see the problem coming. It doesn’t take an economist to understand that you can’t live forever on borrowed money. This is especially true when a significant portion of the borrowers aren’t credit worthy. Read more…