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Sunday, 26 April 2009 21:53
       My parents gave me my first telescope when I was twelve-years-old. I used to sit on the front lawn of our house in Hollywood and ask the people walking around looking for movie stars if they wanted a look at the real thing.  
      The only time in my life I didn’t have a telescope was the three years I spent in Vietnam. I was a drafted, otherwise I wouldn’t have gone. The last thing you wanted to do over there was look up. No thank you, not with bullets whizzing by my ear. I was damn glad to get out of there, but when I came back, everything that I had was gone, my girlfriend, my job, my apartment. I haven’t had a regular job since then. If it weren’t for my parents, I don’t know what I would have done... Read More
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written by Natalie26Simmons, June 28, 2011
Some time ago, I needed to buy a good house for my corporation but I didn't have enough cash and couldn't order anything. Thank God my comrade proposed to get the business loans at reliable bank. Hence, I did so and was satisfied with my financial loan.

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