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Drahthaardogs

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You are right to a degree

But I know plenty of people who are cashing equity. In fact, with vehicle prices increasing, I know a guy cashing equity out of his truck.

If you are 70 and no heirs or don't wish to leave anything behind, this is a good strategy. If you are 45, it's stupid. One of the guys I know doing this is a financial advisor.

I was talking to him the other day noting that I had the oldest cars and cheapest mower in the neighborhood, while all the young couples had EVERYTHING. I noted my job is high paying and I have a pension, but that I save %15 in my 401K.

This financial advisor said, a better strategy is to just spend it while you are young and then save everything bthe last five years before you retire.

I kid you not..
Posted by Drahthaardogs | Sun Sep 9, 2018, 08:22 AM (1 replies)

Nope.

Totally wrong. These are serious dogs bred for serious work. It is not unheard of for a mal or shepherd to "climb the leash" back on it's handler. Such dogs are called "handler hard". Fuck up with one or catch him on a bad day, and you can get this.

You don't understand if you have never worked one. Not every dog is a little pound puppy. These are dogs on the edge and are bred this way. In this case, the breeding was not good. This is genetic.
Posted by Drahthaardogs | Sun Sep 2, 2018, 08:08 AM (2 replies)
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