Google those questions, we’ll give those answers

Q:  how to pay off debt with a part time jobs

A:  Step 1, get the part-time job.  Step 2, show up to work and do the work.  Step 3, profit.  Step 4, take money and pay your debt with it.  Repeat steps 1-4 until debt is gone.

Q:  why can you not accuse someone of lying in the house of commons

A:  According to this blog, Tradition and House Rules.  I think also it might be Canada.

Q:  my house is paid off how do i protect it

A:  Insurance.  Regular maintenance.  Playing nicely with the @&!*$*#! HOA if you have one.

Q:  if i have a full time 30 hour post and want a second job would it be worth it

A:  It depends on your financial goals and your disutility of work.  If you want or need more money, it might.  If you don’t and if you value your free time, then it might not.  Also, if you would have to spend more money (say additional childcare or more eating out etc.) it may or may not be worth it depending on how much additional you would make vs. spend.

Q:  wow where to buy regular clothes

A:  Depends on the kind of “regular clothes.”  Target is not a bad place to start.

Q:  why some people are just not cut out to be parents

A:  Some people don’t want kids, and that’s fine.  Some people don’t like kids, and that’s fine.  Some people don’t know how to parent in ways that could endanger the potential child and don’t want to learn and those people shouldn’t have kids even if they want them.

Q:  would you have breakfast?

A:  Yup, practically every morning!

Q:  do graduate grades matter in cat

A:  No.  Cats really mainly care about food, water, and pettings.  So long as you get those in, and maybe a little bit of the temperature control component, you’ll be fine.

Q:  how does drop cookies taste like

A:  deliciousness

Q:  do property taxes ever go away once the house is paid off

A:  Hahahahahahahahaha!  No.

17 Responses to “Google those questions, we’ll give those answers”

  1. Practical Parsimony Says:

    In AL property taxes are exempt for any age person who is disabled. Once a person reaches 65, property taxes are exempt no matter the physical condition of a person. The tax bill is still sent to the property owner, but signing it, and checking that you are disabled gives a tax waiver.

  2. Debbie M Says:

    I do kind of wish we paid sales tax instead of property tax on houses. Most people would just roll them into their mortgages.

    My boyfriend says that buying a condo is sort of like paying a huge deposit (the purchase price) to lower the rent (to just the cost of the condo fees). But even regular, HOA-free houses require regular maintenance and property tax (and insurance) costs. So, an even huger deposit for an even smaller rent. (For my paid-off house, I budget $338 for property taxes + 98 for homeowner’s insurance + 26 for flood insurance + 153 for maintenance = $609/month. Not as cheap as I hoped when an (admittedly smaller) acceptable 2/1 apartment in the same area goes for $900/month. When I first bought the house, all those costs added up to about $225 and a 2/1 was $400.)

    • Bardiac Says:

      Sales taxes tend to hurt poorer folks a whole lot more than they hurt more well-off folks. Property taxes do this less. (Though the US practice of allowing people to not pay taxes on mortgage interest and on money used to pay property taxes on first homes helps people with more money a lot, and hurts folks with less money more.)

    • Practical Parsimony Says:

      My property taxes are not rolled into the mortgage. They are a separate bill, just like the insurance. However, they were all on one payment for me, the way it was set up at purchase. However, not everyone has their mortgage set up this way. It was convenient. But, my taxes and insurance were collected a year in advance. So, the mortgage company made a tidy profit from the interest on money it collected but did not pay out for a long period of time.

  3. Leslie Beslie (@lintacious) Says:

    Since this is a regular thing here, where do the questions come from?

  4. Dame Eleanor Hull Says:

    Pls to skoop literbox cuz affr we eets we poops kthxbai

  5. J Liedl Says:

    Hah! Those are some amusing questions and awesome answers.

    My top blog draw is always my entry on Phyllis and Aristotle. I should do a series!

  6. Practical Parsimony Says:

    I always wondered where these very strange questions came from.

  7. Mutant Supermodel Says:

    Cats! Nothing is ever good enough for them


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