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About NJSigfan

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  • Birthday 12/15/1972

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    Pittstown, NJ
  • Interests
    Martial Arts - Tae Kwon Do
  • Home Range
    TTC - Flemington

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  1. Very cool. What did you use for the Ammo tray?
  2. Had my Sig CW FCU come in today. Went to heritage in Branchburg and did my NICS and asked about ammo...no common calibers in stock unless you wanted to pay $1/rd for .223. older guy, been there for years told me that federal just hit them with a15% increase effective today and they stated another increase could come as early as June. They cited Deman is just outpacing supply...
  3. Damn...looks amazing. Now I’m hungry....
  4. stopped watching since it was giving fits for how much its was changing. pulled out of several holdings, some at a loss to get more AA, XOM and MRO...
  5. @Displaced Texan what are you using to scrub the skillet? I’ve seen people use tiny chain mail pads to loosen food bits. Do those remove the seasoning??
  6. WTF....still nothing from my side...and doubtful i will qualify
  7. This..you need to make sure the school has a transfer agreement with the CC you are attending. If they do, they accept all credits and apply them towards a degree. SHU was like that. I took summer classes at RVCC since I needed 130 credits to graduate. As long as they weren’t my last 30 credits they accepted them and applied towards my business degree.
  8. So true... The community college route is probably your best bet to save a significant amount of $ off a four year degree. Having been in staffing for the better part of 20years, I can confirm that it’s not where you start the degree, it’s where you finish. another option, is to speak with college prep counselors, they’re often a paid service but may help with initial plans and possible leads on grants. lastly, get to know the bursar at the school. I worked in the bursar office while at SHU, and that saved me 1000s. I got to learn about various grants like the pell grant and other nj based ones. Secondly, they are often very good friends with the FA office and can recommend you for school based grants. Again, they might be small amounts, but they do add up.
  9. i may sell my ZOM and LMND holdings and go deeper on XOM
  10. ZOM, POWW and MVIS under pressure the past days/weeks. most of the gains seemed to have been lost. anyone holding long?
  11. With the weather warming up, is anyone getting the itch to play yet? I took my oldest for a lesson at Neshanic Learning Academy this past Sunday and now I have the bug to play. Since its becoming costly to shoot as frequently as I'd like, I've started surfing golf sites looking at new irons and bags. Crazy how a set of high end clubs is now the same price as 2 cases of 9mm...
  12. i use motley...did the $99 subscription to test out before thinking about the premium stuff they offer. so far the site is meh, at best. their recommendations made me money the 1st week i owned the stock, but 3 of the 5 i bought are down outright since i bought.
  13. another roller coaster ride in the market today. i went from being up $350 for the day to down $170. haha how is everyone else doing?
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