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  1. Hello Viewers i am Mrs Pamela Davis am from USA Dallas i want to thank Mr Mohammed Aliu for what he did in my life i was stranded and never known what to do because i was looking for a low of 12,000 USD to pay for my rent am a mother of one who leave in a rent and never known how to get money to settle all my debts and pay for my rent it came to a point that i was almost driving away from my house because i could not afford the rent i had to beg and he allowed me stayed because i lost my husband i walked round looking for job in other to pay my fee but was not that easy until one day when i was looking through the internet i saw different testimony by people on how this good company has helped them get loan i was very interested because i needed the loan for me not to be driving away from my house i had to apply and forwarded all my details to the company in not less than 2 hour time i received a mail from him that the money has been transferred to my account and suddenly i received an alert too from the bank concerning the loan i was so happy so to you all who need loan don bother looking for other company just contact this company and get that loan you need; and help me too in sharing their good works.

  2. I am guessing that you are taking into account net pay (after tax income). That in itself is another problem with the ACA. By voluntarily reducing our income, solely for the purpose of qualifying for a subsidy, we will be paying LOWER taxes so that we can receive MORE from the government. It is to our advantage to do this, but in effect, the government has provided us with an incentive to work less, and pay less in taxes, so that we can receive more in aid from the taxes of others. How many others will be doing this, and at what cost? Additionally, how many others can reduce their incomes even further and qualify not only for the subsidies but for other aid (food stamps, heating assistance, housing assistance, etc.)?

  3. Hello, I am Maris Peters, currently living in Texas city, USA. I am a widow at the moment with three kids and i was stuck in a financial situation in August 2014 and i needed to refinance and pay my bills. I tried seeking loans from various loan Companies both private and corporate but never with success, and most banks declined my credit. But as God would have it, I was introduced to a Man of God a private loan lender who gave me a loan of $65,000USD and today am a business owner and my kids are doing well at the moment, if you must contact any firm or company with reference to securing a loan without collateral , no credit check, no co signer with just 2% interest rate and better repayment plans and schedule, please contact Mr William David. He doesn’t know that am doing this but am so happy now and i decided to let people know more about him and also i want God to bless him more.You can contact him through his email:

  4. Meijer has absolutely no history of building urban stores. Don't expect them to start in Indianapolis, where we can't even get a drugstore or bank to be built in downtown without a drive-thru. I'm not sure what people are expecting, but its going to be identical to what they build in the cornfields.

  5. The huge corporate ag giants have determined that this is the cheapest way to turn animals into food. Traditional farmers, who might've respected and treated the animals like sensient beings instead of machines for maximizing profit, can't compete with the economics of the factory farming process. Whether Mr. Shoaf is working directly for one of the enormous pork corporations or just copying their tactics matters not. Unless we choose to legislate decent standards for the raising of livestock animals, these developments will continue to pillage our natural environments. Hopefully, someday soon, a majority will begin to prioritize concern about the way animals are raised for food on modern "farms", and the environmental impacts of those processes, over getting food products at the cheapest retail cost possible.