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Walt O'Reagun answered Danae Hitch's question

It depends on what, if anything, the loan agreement states.

If it's not covered in the loan agreement, it may be stated in the state laws.  The problem comes when the loan agreement says it will be administered under StateA laws, when both (or one) party is in StateB.

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Walt O'Reagun answered Jaylene Meech's question

LOL

If there were an all-powerful god ... It wouldn't matter how you killed yourself, if that deity wanted to bring you back.  Do you really think a deity that created the universe couldn't magically restore your body, just because you put it through a shredder or cremated it?  Or even if you somehow managed to … Read more

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Walt O'Reagun answered Megan goodgirl's question

If somebody actually poisoned candy ... The parents would not be able to tell.  Sure, take the candy to a hospital and ask them to X-Ray it.  Most hospitals won't waste the resources necessary to do so.  Nor will they waste the resources necessary to determine if poison is present in the candy.

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Walt O'Reagun voted up Yin And Yang's answer

Zack, I am going to be honest here and I say this with all due respect to you and out of compassion. I looked at your question and re-read it a couple times. I really think you have a mental health issue going on. But the hard wink and pressing down on your middle fingers … Read more

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Walt O'Reagun thanked Yin And Yang's answer

Zack, I am going to be honest here and I say this with all due respect to you and out of compassion. I looked at your question and re-read it a couple times. I really think you have a mental health issue going on. But the hard wink and pressing down on your middle fingers … Read more