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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Beautiful and Sexy Thai Girl Dancer, selling sex? I don't know.

Do you think this sexy Thai Girl dancer selling her for sex? I really don't know, but I feel very sad when people relate Thai Girl as Sex trader.

Thai girl are very pretty, but sad to say that many people do not understand there are many Thai Girl are good lady.

This gril is trying to show her sexy body in webcam.

This Girl Really a real Sexy Body.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Funny Video Again

Here are more funny video in my collection, I always watch it when I feel down and lack of energy.


Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Really Funny About Singapore Merlion

This is really funny video about Merlion in Singapore.

Hope you enjoy!

Real Funny Singlish

Have Some Break, Relax

Today, I am posting some funny and touching commercial from Thailand, some of the video are very funny, enjoy!

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Wow! This is Beautiful

OK....I am ready! ready to be tempted by this..this..this..this...

I can't believe my eye that there are so many beautiful diamond rings, diamond pendants, night dress, wedding dress on sales now..woohooo... I feel like wanted to get married now..Right Now! my heart is pumping, my forehead feeling hot..I feel like in love now....

1/4 ct.tw Pear-shape Diamond Solitaire Ring in 14 kt. Yellow Gold

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1/5 ct.tw Princess-Cut Solitaire Diamond Ring in 14 kt. Yellow Gold
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1/4 ct.tw Round Solitaire Diamond Ring in 14 kt. Yellow Gold

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Monday, June 1, 2009

Estimate Your Student Loan Repayment

Estimate your future federal student loan payments using the calculator below.

Enter your Number of Monthly Payments, Simple Interest Rate and Principal Amount of Loan.

What you should know:

* Your actual payment amount will be determined by your loan holder and will be based on the amount that you borrowed. However, most loan programs require at least a $50 payment each month, no matter how small your loan amount.
* Your interest rate will depend on your loan type and when you received the loan.
* The calculator is preset to 120 months and the current fixed interest rate of 6.8 percent. You may adjust these as needed.
* It is recommended that your student loan payment be less than 8 percent of your gross income. The minimum salary field is based on this recommendation.

Number of Monthly Payments
Simple Interest Rate
Principal Amount of Loan $
Your Monthly Payment Will Be $
Your Total Interest Cost Will Be $
Minimum annual salary to handle these payments: $

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Student Loan Repayment

Here are some great information regarding the student loan repayment, for those who want to consider take up the student loan for their study, need to understand the student loan repayment also, this article can help you greatly to decide if you want to take up the student loan or not.

Student Loans need to be repaid even if your economical circumstances are difficult, you don’t find the job you had expected or you haven’t completed the education you paid for with the loan. Or even if you think the education received is not useful to you. Remember that the student loan is yours, and it’s a legal and real loan. You have to repay the principal amount borrowed and whatever interests have accumulated.

Apart from filling in the FAFSA application at fafsa.ed.gov you must also sign an IOU document by which you oblige yourself to repay the total sum lender to you plus interest.

Get well informed on the conditions you are accepting by signing the loan application and don’t lose contact with the financial institution granting it, especially if you have trouble to make a monthly payment or your personal situation changes. Every financial institution will be able to help you by reviewing your repayment terms and conditions, offering you a consolidation loan or deferring payment, so don’t hide from your financial institution: that will only make the problem worse.

Don’t forget to communicate to the holder of your loan any changes in your present circumstances, like:

* Change of university
* Leaving studies
* New graduation date
* Becoming a part-time student
* Address, name or phone changes
* Payments to be deferred
* Not being able to make payment

The NSLDS (National Student Loan Data System) allows you access your data (federal loan and grant status, loan repayment, etc.) as well as to view your current loan balance and details of pending payments. Go to www.nslds.ed.gov

How to check the status of the student loan. To access to the Student Loan Data System is necessary the PIN (Personal Identification Number) that appears in the SAR document received after completing and submitting the FAFSA form. If you don’t know or you have forgotten the PIN number, you can apply for it on internet site.

Ways of repayment

Your monthly repayment amount will depend on how much you borrowed and on the total length of the loan.

You will have a “Grace Period” before starting to pay your student loan, after you graduate or leave the school.

Each Student loan has different “Grace Period”:

* Six Months for Federal (FFEL) or Direct Stafford Loans.
* Nine Months for Federal Perkins Loans.
* 60 Days for Federal or Direct Plus Loans for Parents.

Your loan holder will notify you when your repayment loan is due to start.

My next discussion explain the existing repaying options. They include examples of how monthly repayment sums are calculated, and they also provide information on other issues that need to be addressed when considering a loan, stay tuned.