So, help me "Escape From NY".

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Bob, how much it a LM? I might have to get serious and go for at least a SM.
 
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A lifetime supporting membership is $99.95. The system says 50 years which is the max I can enter, but when it comes in I make it permanent.
 

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Wasn't easy. The allergy crept up on me slowly. The older I get, the stronger it gets.

and here I thought I was the only one that suffered from that
affliction.
 

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A lifetime supporting membership is $99.95. The system says 50 years which is the max I can enter, but when it comes in I make it permanent.

I wish I could help you out, but I am fighting with the Authority about denied Workmens Comp claim....
 
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But, you already are helping us. :)
 
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So far:
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Plus a few others pending. Thank you! :asian:
 

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Have you considered Fredericksburg Texas? Its 45 minutes from both San Antonio and Austin. Its an old German with a lot of kitschy shops, strudel and rathskellers, plus wineries near by. The cost of living is lower than the national average and I think it would be an easier move than Austin.
Here's a link.

www.fredericksburg-texas.com/-

Or you can google it. I visited last year and liked it alot, If you decide on this destination let me know, perhaps I'll visit you?

Dave
 
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It's possible. We're going to hit the Austin area first, get somewhat situated, then start checking out other areas before settling in and buying a house.

We crunched some numbers and figure we could be ready to go once we've got around $15k in the bank. We're almost 1/2 way there right now, so we're inching closer. :)
 
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LOL. no, cash wise. Now, if a few more of my AP pay up, a few more new clients come in, and I can avoid spending too much on much needed equipment/software upgrades, we might be in position sooner.
 
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Looks like the escape is being pushed back at least a year. Cash has gotten tighter, and business has finally started to slow down for me. :( We're investing in a new business venture that might be one of the keys to going but like all new ventures, its going to be tough at the start.
 

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