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For the past six months you have promised to come with me to my chemo and radiation treatments. You have never made it. I always tell you its okay. That I don’t care.

Its not okay anymore. And I do care.

When I do decide to call you back I will be ending things with your selfish, lying, manipulative ass.

But that E tattoo I bought myself for my birthday last year, stands for the greatest lover I ever had.

And “hE” still is.

*Sorry for the terrible delay in publishing. For those of you who don’t follow my “home” blog, I was finishing my dissertation, defending it and then moving across the country. Yep, I haz a Ph.D. now. Dawn – July 10, 2012

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We decided to get married and a romantic proposal wasn’t necessary, I guess. Just last week, you snapped at me because it came up in conversation. I rushed the wedding so much, my family was convinced I was pregnant; I just couldn’t stand to not be married to you anymore. I became your wife and gave up my career. What you told me before the wedding, what I hung my dreams on, that you’d follow my job anywhere, ended up being lip service. Because of what I know now, I cannot in good conscience bring a child into this marriage. I know it would be the end of us.

I agreed to go have dinner at your parents because I love you and wanted to see your brother. Everything was fine at the dinner table until your parents thought it was funny to bring up all your ex girlfriends! Really? I really fucking deserve that after being married to you for 19 yrs and 3 boys. What disrespect is that, I hate your fucking parents! What hurt me the most is that You didn’t shut them up, you acted like a pussy! You put your head down and kept eating. fuck you babe, ill remember that, and btw Im not going to those fucking assholes house again. They are mean, two faced Hypocrites.

I really do think you’re a great guy. You’re caring, sweet, and loving. You have a good heart and we’re the best of friends most of the time. I mean it when I tell you that I’m lucky to have you. But sometimes you are so fucking clueless it’s unbelievable. And I get tired of being the only responsible one in the relationship. You forget to do everything, and are a huge procrastinator. You don’t do anything unless I tell you to do it, and either you think I don’t notice what you’re not doing or you just forgot about it again. I don’t forget about important things that need to be done and I notice everything you do. and don’t do, like take the lawn bags that have been sitting against our back fence for nearly a year to the curb, or never clean the gutters so that there are actual plants growing in them. I hate being reminded that you’re so immature. And to top it off, I can’t register even the smallest complaint without you taking it way too personally and having an emotional fit. And when you give yourself permission to go off, you’re not only an emotional disaster, you’re also an asshole who can’t LISTEN to save your life. I’m a logical, rational, reasonable person, and I can’t engage in that emotional mess. You use it as an excuse to lash out at me and then profusely apologize later. I know you’re sorry, but I also know it will happen again. And I never get to fully express myself, never have my feelings validated, and most of all, I never

Weve been together for 10 years, and married for 6 months. And I am amazed at how fast your changing.

I wanted to marry you 7 years ago, and you said you weren t ready, so I waited. Last year you said yes, and I was the happiest boy around, for about 4 months.

I cook nearly every night and do most of the cleaning up. I spend most of my time fixing things at your stable yard, helping your clients, looking after sick horses in the middle of the night and looking after the staff. Weekends are spent at horse shows, or driving your horse around the country. I ve put nearly everything I have into making your business a success, and no matter what, it s just not enough. Because I work from home, does that mean I have nothing better to do than run your business whilst you have coffee up the road with your friends?

When I ve sent all day doing maintenance for you, then have to stay up until 4am finishing up my work, I m going to be tired and grumpy. But those long nights are what pays the rent, buys you horses, and feeds them.

I moved to this country for you, I left my family, my friends and a career I loved. Have you sacrificed anything?

I make a huge effort with your family, they spend their time at our house. You can barely be civil to mine, and you see them for a week a year.

When we finally do get around to having sex, it s not all about you. How often have you done anything for me in the bedroom in the last few months? And how hard have you tried to do anything that I like? You re very happy to lie back and get teased and shagged all night long, am I supposed to be honoured to be allowed to do this? Of course we only have sex when you feel like it. Who cares what I want?

I m always telling you how wonderful you are, that you re beautiful, I hold your hand when we go out, and open doors for you. Your friends tell you how lucky you are, and you agree with them in public, what do you really think?

Yesterday I needed you to help me. I needed to get the car serviced, and all I wanted was for you to fetch me once I d dropped it off. About 20 minutes of your time. Was that asking too much?

The sulking and complaining was unbelievable.

Who uses that car?

Were getting very close to the point where I ve had enough.

Last night you asked why I was so angry. I tried to explain it to you. Your response was I m talking crap.

We re nearly 40. I wanted to have children a long time ago, and you said you did, isn t that why we got married after being together for so long? Now you want to wait a few more years, so you don t have to take time off from riding.

I m sorry, I don t want to be an old man too tired to play with my kids, and too set in my ways to put up with their friends. I wanted to be able to take them fishing, to the beach, show them what a wonderful world we live in.

I can trace my family back to the 12th century in Ireland. Im the last male with my surname, I really don t want it to die out.

So here s the deal

I m setting up a new business, It s in the bush, with a small farming community around, theres plenty of space for you to have as many horses as you like, but its about 2000K s from the nearest horse show.

I m going to be there by October. If you come, I ll do everything I can to make a beautiful home for you, and give you a wonderful life.

If you don t come. Then I ll miss you terribly, I ll probably spend years miserably trying to get over you, but in the end I will.

Yesterday was the culmination of a thousand little hurts, the straw that broke the camels back.

I look at you today, and just want to walk away. I can t find the feelings that made me want to spend the rest of my life with you.

I know a lot of this is my fault, I ve tried too hard, always hoping you ll for a little bit of appreciation, for you to show how much you value me. For you to make an effort in bed.

The saddest part is I just don t care any more.


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Dealer Cost Calculator – Find out what the dealer really paid.

Did you know:

  • That the dealer invoice price isn’t what the dealer really paid for the vehicle? It is often much lower!
  • The dealer receives rebates, incentives, and other discounts from the manufacturer. These discounts are applied directly to the dealer invoice price!
  • Knowing the actual cost gives you a huge buying advantage over other shoppers. By starting your negotiations from the cost up, you can often save thousands more over shoppers that work from MSRP down. See ” How to buy new cars below dealer invoice prices “

Calculator definitions:

Base Vehicle MSRP: The MSRP of the vehicle before you add any options, packages or additional manufacturer items.

Base Invoice Price: The invoice price the dealer receives from the manufacturer before adding on any options, packages or additional manufacturer items.

Total MSRP of all Options: The MSRP of all the vehicle options added up.

Total Invoice of all Options: The invoice price of all the options added up.

Destination Fee: The cost to have the vehicle transported to the dealer from the manufacturer. (Also called freight.)

Note: You can find MSRP, Invoice pries and destination fees at Edmunds.com .

Formula for calculating dealer cost:

  • Example: Base Invoice + Options + Destination – Holdback = Total Dealer Cost.
  • What is holdback? A hidden amount that manufacturers give back to a dealer. It is a percentage of the MSRP or the Invoice price. (See calculations below.)

Total Dealer Cost (above) + Taxes / Licensing Fees – Rebate / Incentive = True Cost (Total Dealer Cost (calculated above) + Taxes / Licensing Fees – Rebate / Incentive = True Cost (You can get rebates, incentives invoice options pricing at Edmunds. )

The steps To Determine Dealer Cost On A New Car Or Truck

There are three easy steps to determining dealer cost on a new car or truck. Although these steps are relatively cut-and-dry, you can’t arrive at an authentic number without having a basic understanding of each step and everything that it entails. In the following tutorial, we will show you how to calculate dealer cost while taking various circumstances into account. When you’re through reading the tutorial, you will have a firm grasp on concepts like factory invoicing, dealer hold back and how rebates affect the end result of your calculations. In learning all of these things, you will become a much savvier car shopper.

Step One: Obtain The Dealer Or Factory Invoice Price

Depending on the make and model of the vehicle that you’re researching, you should be able to use a number of different sites to find its current dealer invoice price. Websites like Edmunds.com, InvoiceDealers.com and Yahoo! Autos all offer these prices. However, it is important to make sure that the site you use to get your dealer invoice price takes all of the following points into consideration:

Base Invoice – This would be the price of the car without any options at all.

Options Invoice – The invoice that the manufacturer receives for any number of different possible options.

Destination Fees – Costs are incurred when transporting a new car from the manufacturer to the dealer; those charges will be listed as “destination fees.”

Manufacturer Fees – These fees refer to the miscellaneous things the manufacturer is going to charge the dealer, and often include advertising and marketing costs along with regional ad fees.

If the dealer or factory invoice price that you’re given doesn’t take all of the preceding information into account, then you’re not going to arrive at the true dealer cost; move on to a different site that does take these things into consideration.

Step Two: Calculate The Hold Back Or Hidden Profit

The complicated series of payments that most manufacturers make to most dealers in order to give them the incentive to stock certain vehicles is known as dealer hold back. Without it, dealers would be much more reticent to give buyers as many deals as they do; after all, the dealer has to make something on the deal, too. Negotiating around the hold back is theoretically possible but not very easy to do. Still, being aware of the hold back amount can help you be a more strategic automobile shopper.

Usually, the hold back is based on either a percentage of a vehicle’s MSRP or invoice price. It is rolled into the price that the dealer pays for a new vehicle and is typically about two or three percent. However, it is paid back to the dealer at a later time. In other words, dealer cost is inflated because of hold back; knowing what the hold back amount is for any given make and model can help you arrive at actual dealer cost more efficiently.

Step Three: Calculate Dealer Cost

In order to get a basic idea about the dealer cost for any given model, simply subtract the hold back from the invoice price. Still, there’s another thing that you need to keep in mind: rebates. These fall into two categories, manufacturer-to-customer programs and manufacturer-to-dealer programs, and must be subtracted from the difference between the invoice price and any hold backs in order to arrive at actual dealer cost.

Manufacturer-To-Customer Programs include things like special leases, cash rebates and low interest financing. These deals can cut into the profit that a dealer makes – and also reduce the dealer’s overall cost.

Manufacturer-To-Dealer Programs revolve around marketing support money, or funds that are used to help advertise and promote dealer inventory. They are often referred to as dealer cash incentives, and may or may not be passed along to the customer. In either case, they need to be subtracted from the dealer’s cost.

Upon subtracting any rebates or incentives, you should have arrived at the most accurate calculation of dealer cost possible. Armed with this information, you can get a better idea of whether you’re receiving a good deal or not on that shiny new car.

Holdback Calculations: ( See the dealer cost guide for more information.)

  • If a % of “Total” MSRP or Invoice make sure you add all the manufacturers options to the price when calculating holdback
  • If a % of “Base” MSRP or Invoice, calculate hold back on the Base price before you add the options.


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Now that you’re doing all your “due diligence” research on the Internet – looking for the absolute best deal on the absolute best car – you should know one thing…

Not all car buying websites are created equal.

In this review, we’ll take a close look at the new car pricing process of TrueCar – one of the Net’s biggest players now. Reading this review will help you know what to expect when using the site.

You’ll find that TrueCar makes you a more informed car shopper – thereby lessening your chances of being “taken for a ride” – in the bad way – by dealerships and other sellers.

Some of the benefits of using TrueCar:

  1. Their dealers will offer you guaranteed savings.
  2. They will show you what others paid – and offer you a better deal.
  3. Buyers save an average of $3,046 off MSRP.
  4. They are free to use and you are under no obligation to buy

On top of providing you with all the up-to-date rebates and incentives – they will show you the hidden dealer profits ripe for the taking. You will also get the following:

  • They provide you with an upfront “guaranteed” low price – no haggle – certificate. Many shoppers report “Below Dealer Invoice Prices”. They will lock in your guaranteed savings.
  • They provide you with the average – and the lowest price paid for any vehicle in your area. You will know upfront how much others paid – and how much better you can do!

Below Dealer Invoice Prices:

Example True Car Price Report for a 2015 Honda Accord:

Invoice Price – $31,876 vs TrueCar Dealer Price – $30,994!

There are many examples of such prices on TrueCar in most cities in the USA – for 2014 and 2015 models as well.

Overview of the TrueCar Site

First impressions matter, and TrueCar makes an excellent one. The site is neatly organized, intuitive to navigate and very user-friendly. Bright, bold colors are used against a backdrop of white; there are no flashy graphics or animated pictures to contend with here. One of the best features of TrueCar. which can be found throughout the site, is the ability to hover over various components for more details. Confused about what that heading refers to? Simply hover over it to read a detailed description and explanation about what it’s there for.

The Mechanics of the Site

Aesthetics aside, TrueCar.com presents a very usable – and user-friendly – car pricing process. Below, we walk you through the finer points of using the TrueCar system.

Generating A Report

First things first: You will need to plug in your zip code, as well as the make of the car that you’re interested in, before a report can be generated. Upon doing that, you will be walked through a series of other details which will be used to fine-tune your car pricing experience.

For instance, once you select the model of the car you’re interested in, TrueCar breaks it down into categories like convertible, hybrid, coupe, sedan, SUV, truck, van and others.

Then, choose the options that you can’t live without: these generally include things like engine and transmission type, seat trim, paint and additional equipment. Alongside each, the invoice price and the sticker price is listed so that you have an idea about how it will impact the end result. Clicking Done With Options will bring you to your customized report.

The TrueCar Price Report

The results of the information that you selected in the previous step appear instantaneously. They are presented in a very aesthetically pleasing format, which consists of a series of tabs with the pertinent information listed in the main section. Those tabs include…

Curve – The curve refers to an easy-to-digest graph that displays the good price , great price and overpriced categories of the vehicle in question. Please note that the information defaults to your local area; by clicking the appropriate buttons, you can toggle it to reflect regional and national information as well.

Bar Chart – The bar chart presents information about the TrueCost, TrueAverage factory invoice and sticker price in a clear way, allowing you to easily comprehend the differences between each.

Details – Breaks down the details of each category using a bar graph.

History – Shows the pricing history of the vehicle, using the last 1,000 or so sales.

Table – Explains fees, options and other pricing details.

TrueCost – Breaks down the fees, options and other pricing details in another way.

To get your TrueCar report, just Click Here and you’ll go directly to their site…

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Dealer Cost Calculator – Find out what the dealer really paid.

Did you know:

  • That the dealer invoice price isn’t what the dealer really paid for the vehicle? It is often much lower!
  • The dealer receives rebates, incentives, and other discounts from the manufacturer. These discounts are applied directly to the dealer invoice price!
  • Knowing the actual cost gives you a huge buying advantage over other shoppers. By starting your negotiations from the cost up, you can often save thousands more over shoppers that work from MSRP down. See ” How to buy new cars below dealer invoice prices “

Calculator definitions:

Base Vehicle MSRP: The MSRP of the vehicle before you add any options, packages or additional manufacturer items.

Base Invoice Price: The invoice price the dealer receives from the manufacturer before adding on any options, packages or additional manufacturer items.

Total MSRP of all Options: The MSRP of all the vehicle options added up.

Total Invoice of all Options: The invoice price of all the options added up.

Destination Fee: The cost to have the vehicle transported to the dealer from the manufacturer. (Also called freight.)

Note: You can find MSRP, Invoice pries and destination fees at Edmunds.com .

Formula for calculating dealer cost:

  • Example: Base Invoice + Options + Destination – Holdback = Total Dealer Cost.
  • What is holdback? A hidden amount that manufacturers give back to a dealer. It is a percentage of the MSRP or the Invoice price. (See calculations below.)

Total Dealer Cost (above) + Taxes / Licensing Fees – Rebate / Incentive = True Cost (Total Dealer Cost (calculated above) + Taxes / Licensing Fees – Rebate / Incentive = True Cost (You can get rebates, incentives invoice options pricing at Edmunds. )

The steps To Determine Dealer Cost On A New Car Or Truck

There are three easy steps to determining dealer cost on a new car or truck. Although these steps are relatively cut-and-dry, you can’t arrive at an authentic number without having a basic understanding of each step and everything that it entails. In the following tutorial, we will show you how to calculate dealer cost while taking various circumstances into account. When you’re through reading the tutorial, you will have a firm grasp on concepts like factory invoicing, dealer hold back and how rebates affect the end result of your calculations. In learning all of these things, you will become a much savvier car shopper.

Step One: Obtain The Dealer Or Factory Invoice Price

Depending on the make and model of the vehicle that you’re researching, you should be able to use a number of different sites to find its current dealer invoice price. Websites like Edmunds.com, InvoiceDealers.com and Yahoo! Autos all offer these prices. However, it is important to make sure that the site you use to get your dealer invoice price takes all of the following points into consideration:

Base Invoice – This would be the price of the car without any options at all.

Options Invoice – The invoice that the manufacturer receives for any number of different possible options.

Destination Fees – Costs are incurred when transporting a new car from the manufacturer to the dealer; those charges will be listed as “destination fees.”

Manufacturer Fees – These fees refer to the miscellaneous things the manufacturer is going to charge the dealer, and often include advertising and marketing costs along with regional ad fees.

If the dealer or factory invoice price that you’re given doesn’t take all of the preceding information into account, then you’re not going to arrive at the true dealer cost; move on to a different site that does take these things into consideration.

Step Two: Calculate The Hold Back Or Hidden Profit

The complicated series of payments that most manufacturers make to most dealers in order to give them the incentive to stock certain vehicles is known as dealer hold back. Without it, dealers would be much more reticent to give buyers as many deals as they do; after all, the dealer has to make something on the deal, too. Negotiating around the hold back is theoretically possible but not very easy to do. Still, being aware of the hold back amount can help you be a more strategic automobile shopper.

Usually, the hold back is based on either a percentage of a vehicle’s MSRP or invoice price. It is rolled into the price that the dealer pays for a new vehicle and is typically about two or three percent. However, it is paid back to the dealer at a later time. In other words, dealer cost is inflated because of hold back; knowing what the hold back amount is for any given make and model can help you arrive at actual dealer cost more efficiently.

Step Three: Calculate Dealer Cost

In order to get a basic idea about the dealer cost for any given model, simply subtract the hold back from the invoice price. Still, there’s another thing that you need to keep in mind: rebates. These fall into two categories, manufacturer-to-customer programs and manufacturer-to-dealer programs, and must be subtracted from the difference between the invoice price and any hold backs in order to arrive at actual dealer cost.

Manufacturer-To-Customer Programs include things like special leases, cash rebates and low interest financing. These deals can cut into the profit that a dealer makes – and also reduce the dealer’s overall cost.

Manufacturer-To-Dealer Programs revolve around marketing support money, or funds that are used to help advertise and promote dealer inventory. They are often referred to as dealer cash incentives, and may or may not be passed along to the customer. In either case, they need to be subtracted from the dealer’s cost.

Upon subtracting any rebates or incentives, you should have arrived at the most accurate calculation of dealer cost possible. Armed with this information, you can get a better idea of whether you’re receiving a good deal or not on that shiny new car.

Holdback Calculations: ( See the dealer cost guide for more information.)

  • If a % of “Total” MSRP or Invoice make sure you add all the manufacturers options to the price when calculating holdback
  • If a % of “Base” MSRP or Invoice, calculate hold back on the Base price before you add the options.


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    Transfer Window Reaction #1: Broken Records

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    Six weeks ago I wrote this article , raising concern and questions over the state of Newcastle United’s Summer progress in the transfer market. Off the back of the article, I received a fair amount of criticism and finger pointing on social media from fans that I was ‘being too negative’ or that my words were spoken too prematurely. My worries at this time were not slapdash or trigger happy. My worries were well judged and informed based on ten years of knowledge of an owner who had, shall we say, past form. For we have seen Summer windows go by where we have only signed one single player for a moderate amount. We’ve seen plentiful windows pass us by without any players coming through the door. We’ve seen our club scalded by playing with fire and dropping to the Championship on two occasions due to frequent incompetence. Perhaps more pertinently, we’ve seen our club disrespect and lose well regarded and loved managers, players, and fans on numerous occasions. To therefore question my concerns when an all too familiar pattern starts playing out in front of our eyes again, can only be summarised as either stupidity or blind naivety.


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