As long as I can do it on a website or something without having to talk to a customer service person where they try to convince me otherwise. I am going to wait until I see if a bunch of free games look worth it.There have been services that require a credit card that give you auto-renew subscriptions and your only way out is to call the company and practically beg for them to stop. There are some good deals to be had but my backlog is big enough where I just don't need any more 360 games even if they are cheap. it seems like most of the games that MS puts out with their Games for Gold service, or whatever it's called, can be bought on Amazon or at Gamestop for cheap.It isn't enough that console games are a piece, but you have to shell out an additional per year to play with other people AND get constant microtransactions, day one overpriced DLC, I'm also not a fan of auto-renew.
I borrowed an awful lot of money from these people, and this is the best way for me to pay back my debt.
I know, I know, I still need to get the cast names in there and all that jazz, so if you have any corrections, feel free to drop me a line.
At least you'll have some Boarding Gate quotes (or even a monologue or two) to annoy your coworkers with in the meantime, right?
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People will give zero fucks about a job, relationship, what people think, but for some reason we as a society think we should always bow down to the big credit card companies. A significant problem is most people with debt, just aren’t self aware of their credit, and how useless it really is to anyone. If you posted an ad in the classifieds that read “I have $31,000 of debt on four credit cards, and a credit rating.