Your Questions About Is It Good To Invest In Diamonds

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Ken asks…

Does She ?

I’m looking for a good, honest, loyal, faithful, funny,playful,loving,forgiving,compassionate,easy going woman,. (. not to be a maid, …or a slave ) i’m not a king or a prince, but only a man looking for someone, to be my equal, my better half, to complete me, to love me, to laugh with me, to cry with me, who i can share the intermost feelings of my heart with.

Somebody who would appreciate,cherish, love , and enjoy being treated, with respect and ,gratitude, which is how a woman should be treated….(..example.) like for no special reason,except to say, ( i love you unconditionally )….

I’m looking for that special woman, who like me, faces all things,in life ,either ( good or bad, ) only to smile when all things have passed, and emerges, unshaken, and content , with a greater resolve.

Finally, i am looking for a woman that is beautiful, pretty, awesome, astounding, who’s beauty shines from her like the shinning sun, or who’s eyes glisten, and sparkle, like a 1 carrot diamond…. I am looking for a woman that is very beautiful, and pretty,not so much on the outside, but the inside.

It‘s funny !…people spend so much time, and so much money to make themselves look prettier and younger, but as the years go on, that outer beauty will fade, and only wrinkles will remain….but the inner beauty , regaurdless of age will never ever change.

People today put so much stock on looks, but why?….why not save your money, and invest your time, into something that is far more valueble, much more rewarding, profitable, and enjoyable,.. that nobody can ever steal from you, and that will never rust, or get broken, or lost…….inner beauty, such as a kind ,compassionate, loving heart, that will never lose it‘s shine, like a diamond, or it‘s sparkle like the sun.

So if you are one, who’s cup is never 1/2 empty, but always 1/2 full, and knows how to make the best out of any situation, and who desires only to be given 100%. from a man who is a helpless romantic, and ask nothing in return., but ,only a smile to brighten my day, or a soft loving touch , to warm my heart ,then let me know, for right now, there are beaches that wait to be walked, stars that wait to be looked upon, and laughter ,and love waiting to be shared !!

If you are not ready for, love, or commitment,, or loyalty, or faithfulness, then please …look else where, and good luck in your travels and may you find what you seek !!

financi4 answers:

Well you know i always sit down and pray to GOD about what i want in a man.i have not got it get be i will you must do it to you know. Only GOD can help you just be your self and she will come.she might just be next door to you. Because i am still praying about mine

David asks…

Chevy Volt? Libbies are you buying to make the bailout work? No one else is buying the 0bamamobile…………?

~~~~~~~~~WAS IT WORTH THE MONEY INVESTED?~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Chevrolet’s Volt extended-range plug-in car, launched late last year, has gotten glowing reviews from many auto critics. But Consumer Reports isn’t among them.

When you are looking at purely dollars and cents, it doesn’t really make a lot of sense. The Volt isn’t particularly efficient as an electric vehicle, and it‘s not particularly good as a gas vehicle either in terms of fuel economy,” David Champion, senior director of Consumer Reports auto testing center, told reporters Monday.

From The Detroit News:

For starters, G.M.’s vision turned into a car that costs $41,000 before relevant tax breaks … but after billions of dollars of government loans and grants for the Volt’s development and production. And instead of the sleek coupe of 2007, it looks suspiciously similar to a Toyota Prius. It also requires premium gasoline, seats only four people (the battery runs down the center of the car, preventing a rear bench) and has less head and leg room than the $17,000 Chevrolet Cruze, which is more or less the non-electric version of the Volt.

In short, the Volt appears to be exactly the kind of green-at-all-costs car that some opponents of the bailout feared the government might order G.M. to build. Unfortunately for this theory, G.M. was already committed to the Volt when it entered bankruptcy. And though President Obama’s task force reported in 2009 that the Volt “will likely be too expensive to be commercially successful in the short term,” it didn’t cancel the project.

Nothing else has so successfully incorporated all of the key aspects of Toyota’s golden child –big fuel-economy numbers, a unique name and styling, and enough range and people and cargo space that it can be an only and everyday car. Those traits have enabled the sales of nearly 2 million Priuses worldwide since its 1997 debut. With the possible exception of a fairly cramped back seat and an undersized cargo hold, the Volt checks all the boxes, plus it outdrives the hybrid competition. “–Car and Driver
“Based on my recent test-drive, the Volt is up to the job. It‘s fun to drive, practical, good-looking and in a league of its own technically. The sleek compact accelerates briskly. Its handling is responsive and sporty. The interior provides plenty of space and comfort for four adults.”–Detroit Free Press
“With a starting sticker of $41,000, the Volt might as well run on diamonds . . .”–Detroit News
“The Volt feels very normal and that’s a very good thing. Consumers are likely to discover a car that doesn’t seem that dissimilar to their current car, even though the mechanicals underneath the skin are radically different. In fact, the Volt certainly seems like a more traditional car — in look, driving feel and design — than the wildly successful, previous-generation Toyota Prius.”–Edmunds
“That leaves us with the elephant in the room: price. The $41,000 tab is probably $10K more than the car merits, and doesn’t include installation of the 240-volt charger needed to reduce the recharge time from 11 to 4 hours. Uncle Sam forks over $7500 of that, and several states will bridge the rest of the gap.”–Motor Trend
“The Volt has the pace and the flexibility to be a primary car for nearly anyone, unlike its chief EV rival, the Nissan Leaf. “–Left Lane News
Now Now Scott B………. This isn’t an anger rant……Just facts! Did you will you buy one? 40K is a bargain isn’t it. What a great investment for the tax payer

financi4 answers:

Chevy Volt – Great buy, my Liberal friend. The government will even pay you to buy one. Wow!!! The taxpayers really appreciate your thoughtfulness in saving the earth that they’ll even pay you so you can save some more union jobs.

You can drive this sucker for a whole 40 miles before your 8 hour recharge. Just think of it ——- a whole 40 miles.

One drawback, though. The battery doesn’t charge very well in the winter, nor can you drive it that far in the winter. Cold weather is a drag in the winter. But, maybe you should drag a trailer behind your Volt car with a spare battery in it.

That’s OK though, you’ll be saving the earth; good thinking.

What do you think, by the way? DUHHHHH


Richard asks…

Please add a conclusion! I need this by 7:30!?

In the book Guns, Germs, and Steel, Jared Diamond explains why some societies were able to conquer others but not the other way around. He shows this in various time periods throughout the history of the world. He attributes a large part of the development of these more advanced societies to geography which is what caused developments in technology and weaponry that allowed these societies to flourish and colonize the world.

Jared Diamond shows how societies with more advanced weapons are able to conquer societies with less advanced weapons more easily. The European conquest of America, in particular Pizarro’s encounter with the Atahuallpa at Cajamarca in 1532 shows this very well. He and his 168 Spanish soldiers in unfamiliar territory with swords, a few cavalry, and only a couple of guns, were able to defeat an army of Indians without a single one of their men dying. Another example of this dominance is when Europeans were able to colonize Australia because the aborigines only had stone age tools and didn’t even use bows and arrows. Japan was one of the only countries that actually abandoned guns completely. They would have eventually been conquered if they hadn’t resumed production of guns after they saw Commodore Perry’s fleet of ships full of cannons. Situations this continued to happen repeatedly throughout history.

In the book Jared Diamond has a list of factors that explain why some of the world’s societies are less receptive to innovation than others are. One is that long life expectancy allows inventors to accumulate technical knowledge in addition to security to work on long projects that have delayed rewards. The next set of factors involves the economy and the organization of the society. It includes slave labor, patents, opportunities for technical training, the ability to invest money in inventions, and the spreading of money with a family. Four more of his factors are ideological. The factors are willingness to take risks, scientific outlook, tolerance of various views, and compatibility of a religion to innovation. The last four factors can either stimulate technology or they can inhibit it. Wars have the ability to encourage technological developments but they can also slow it down. Also, a good strong centralized government can foster technology but a harmful one can hinder its development. A favorable climate allows people to spend much of their time on innovation but a brutal climate leaves them with much less time. The abundance or scarcity of resources can have a positive or negative effect on innovation; people may find a use for an abundant resource but they may also overlook it. These factors may help explain why some of the more technologically advanced societies were able to develop the way they did.

Guns, Germs and Steel gives a good understanding of how and, more importantly, why civilizations developed in the way that they did.

It‘s for world history AP (aka WHAP!).

financi4 answers:

Answer the question that you were asked to write about. Repeat your intro , but use a different structure and synonyms

William asks…

Has Anyone Read ? The Investor’s Bible by Elizabeth Fernandez?

An invaluable source guide this volume, like all good investment strategy notes its message is clear, concise to the point with it‘s philosophic approach to investing. The author constructed the seventeen chapters almost like a lesson or business model to be copied. The bullets points or Keys that is so strongly encouraging for the reader to do are direct business leads or contacts that is unsual to find in a business book of this nature , so bonus points for adding these little details to the guide. The contacts are in gold, certified Diamonds and various direct broker information for buying and selling leads. I can honestly say that this book is a real gem short and sweet, to the point its straight to the kill in investing for your future and that early retirement plan that you have been dreaming about for years.

financi4 answers:

Thanks for information.

Steven asks…

A question about the AV Voice Changer?(READ FIRST)?

I’m making a movie with the sims and i dont have enough friends to cover voices. before I invest in it I want to know how well it changes one voice. Like, if i was to change only my voice, for ALOT of characters; how good is the quality sound of realistic voices? do they sound like a real person. can i be picky on voices and put a unique sounding realistic voice for what im thinking for each character. Soo, i dont want to waste $30 on something im not llooking for. and no not diadmond or gold. if its bad ill save up for diamond version. then whats the diamond version like with same questions?
oh, and does it import files and let u change the voice. my microphone for now is my mp4, untill i get a microphone.

financi4 answers:

AV Voice changer is awesome. The quality is limited by the quality of your microphone. If you wanted to record a set of lines for different characters, this program will do the job well. You can download a demo version for free and see for yourself if it’s going to be good enough to use. Good luck.

Chris asks…

In order to prevent the flu, what 20 second song will you choose to wash your hands to…?

April 29, 2009 · Grandma was right. If you want to prevent the spread of viruses, wash your hands.

But how long do we need to scrub? Preschoolers know the answer, and they sing a silly song or two to help them while away the 20 seconds experts recommend.Karen Robison, a preschool teacher at the Learning Center for Young Children in Kensington, Md., leads her charges in singing the entire A-B-C song. It lasts about 20 seconds.

But it‘s not good enough to run your hands under water and pat the soap absentmindedly.Pathogens hide in crevices and crannies. On our bodies, the back of the fingernails can harbor germs, explains Rob Donofrio of the National Sanitation Foundation International. He demonstrates how to scrub the fingernails —down where the skin meets the nail using a small brush, with bristles like a toothbrush. “I’m scubbing my fingers for about 10 seconds or so — and just going horzontially across the nails,” Donofrio says as he shows off his technique.

But if adults want to reinforce the good habit of 20 seconds of washing, perhaps we should come up with our own song, because the A-B-Cs and cartoons can get tiresome.

NPR’s reporters were quick to offer their suggestions: The chorus of Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” is about the right length. Maybe the guitar riff from “Layla” by Eric Clapton, or how about that famous bridge in “Bohemian Rhapsody” about how “we will not let you go”?
For those more inclined to the theater, the first six lines of Lady MacBeth’s “Out, Damned Spot, Out” soliloquy clocks in at 22 seconds.

Whatever option you choose, make sure it lasts 20 seconds and invest in a nail brush to give those flu germs the slip.

financi4 answers:

Washing and scrubbing the hands should be about a minute.

‘The Anvil Chorus from Wagner’s Ring Cycle

The Ode to Joy from Beethoven’s 9th Symphony

The Minute Waltz

The Flight of the Bumble Bee

The Ride of The Valkyries

Robert asks…

Do you think celebrities are selfish?

Now I know that in human nature we are all selfish to a certain extent, but I see a lot of these celebrities on TV that have lots of power, lots of money etc., but it seems that a lot of them WASTE(and I can’t stress that enough) their money on useless things, yeah sure diamonds and jewelry is nice but that’s not really helping anyone, it‘s just a really shiny rock. I saw this episode of cribs once that showed Lil Kim having her nails done and she shredded 2 100 dollar bills to make a design on her nails of money! now that’s just insane, that money could have easily fed and dressed someone less fortunate, also I see that they have more than one house! I mean do you really need so many houses? and on top of that they’re mansions, families aren’t that big are they? and you might even get lost! but my point is that these celebrities have sooooo much money but yet they don’t even invest that money in important things like schools and programs that will keep our kids out of corruption, they just spend it on themselves
I think those shows like cribs, VH1’s priciest pads countdown and what not are an embarrassment to humanity because they’re pretty much telling everyone else that they’re better than you. All those thousands and millions of dollars they earn go towards such unnecessary things that look exactly the same in stores where we average people go to but them. It disgusts me but that’s just the way the cookie crumbles. So much money being wasted, on unnecessarry things.
and before you try and dis me i’ll save you some typing
1.I know they DO give to charities, but in my opinion I still think it‘s not enough
2.I know that they deserve it because they are making big budget movies or songs etc. but they are not contributing to society, just entertaining it and possibly even dumbing it down
3.I know some of you are going to defend your celebrities because you admire them but you know damn right that if you met them they will never remember you
4. and yes I have donated to charity with what I can with the scraps of money I get, I don’t need 5 cars and a bunch of shiny rocks

financi4 answers:

Not all of them. I credit Daniel Radcliffe with having a great head on his shoulders, and being raised as a normal teenager with respect for adults. I admire him because he donates alot of his money to helping children’s charities. And yes, my friends met him in New York the day after the Goblet of Fire premiere and he was very gracious to them, they spent 15 minutes talking to him and his parents. A very down to earth family, and celebrity. That’s how they should all be.

James asks…

Does it make me a “stereotypical” Jew to do these things?

I’m Jewish and I’ve always just naturally been very careful with money and like to save all of my money, put it in the bank or invest it and not spend it. I want to become a banker but right now I work in my father’s diamond shop after school. This is just my interest I don’t think its because I’m Jewish. But why does everyone like all my Non-Jewish friends keep calling me so stereotypical and laughing at me and teasing me for being like this? Really, what’s wrong with being thrifty with money and working with jewelry? Its actually a good thing, right

financi4 answers:

Well yeah its stereotypical but at least its smart. Its like asians who study and get good grades are being stereotypical but its the smart thing to do. Whatever maybe years down the road u can laugh at ur friends if they’re poor and cant manage their money

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