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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    United States


    For some reason, I can't seem to submit a film. It says the page is unavailable after I've entered all the information and hit "Submit."

    I was trying to submit the film "The Wrestler" because it wasn't in there, and there's a pretty graphic v* scene in it. I have often remarked to my husband that I wish there was some way to find out if a film has a "V" rating or not, and this is the closest I've ever come to having my wish come true! It would be great if it worked!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2009


    Blaming credit cards f young adults' money woes is popular these days; high-school and college students are putting way too many college expenses and other charges on their cards, the thinking goes. wow power leveling,

    But as credit-card issuers and Congress race to crack down on over-browing, do we risk barring the do so tightly that teens miss out on opptunities to learn financial responsibility?

    In a recent article that bucks the popular wisdom about teen credit-card use, my colleague Karen Blumenthal cites a study that suggesting credit cards may be merely a scapegoat f a lack of family communication about money. Kids with credit cards aren't the reckless spendthrifts they've been ptrayed to be,requiem lant, the study shows. College freshmen with credit cards carry only a $169 balance, on average, says this 2,000-student study at the University of Arizona. And me than 60% of the credit-card holders demonstrated exemplary credit management skills, paying the bill in full every month.
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    To be sure, 70% of all the students surveyed (which included both teens with and without cards) showed bad financial judgment at times, failing to pay bills on time, maxing out credit cards taking payday loans. But the credit-card holders were no me less likely to commit these errs than students who lacked plastic. daoc plat,Instead, the significant fact was whether students had good communication about money with their parents; those who did, also had me control over their finances.

    Thus the current Congressional crackdown on teen credit-card use may amount to barring the wrong do. A new federal law that takes effect next year tightens rules governing credit-card issuance f people under 21. Banks and colleges are on the same path, sharply reducing teen access to credit without adult co-signs. lastchaos gold,
    The rules will hamper young adults who are ready to take me personal responsibility f their financial decisions, Karen says. In a pre-emptive strike I'm planning to emulate with my 18-year-old son, Karen has persuaded her 19-year-old daughter to get a credit card befe the new federal legislation takes effect. Managing the card will not only enable her to earn a good credit recd, but give her room to make her own mistakes when the consequences and dollar amounts are low, Karen says.
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    We've posted befe on the challenges of encouraging your kids to learn money management in a recession and on teaching teens to spend responsibly. Readers, would you let your teen have a credit card? If you do, how would you teach them responsibility? Any pitfalls to avoid, in your view?
    rf gold,
    Blaming credit cards

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    United Kingdom


    hey that happened to me too!

    and whats up with the answer before mine?!

    and that film list has practically saved my life- i was thinking about watching "the shawshank redemption" ALONE and *phew* thank god i checked here first!

    B x

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