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December 22, 2006


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You did not really share your opinion on #9, so I'll share mine instead. I think you should definitely "skimp" on your teenager's car. I'm not saying you should pick up a brand new bargain basement car with poor safety features - you already covered the importance of family safety. Instead, buy a still-nice used car. Many used cars have thousands of miles left on them and can be purchased on the cheap. Not only is a used car a safe way to skimp on a teenager's car, but it will also teach them that they can be happy even if they don't have the nicest and newest status-mobile.

As an owner of a Tempurpedic, I will say this. My husband was getting backaches on a regular basis, and now he isn't. If he wasn't hurting, we would have stayed with inexpensive mattresses.

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