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Re: Your $900

Post by TheSweetestThing on Thu Apr 16, 2009 3:31 pm

I got mine....Tuesday? I think it was. Awesomebeans I must say, seeing my savings for my US trip jump up considerably. Very Happy
And thanks again simmo for your help Smile

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Re: Your $900

Post by Dabigfella on Thu Apr 16, 2009 4:43 pm

Otter wrote:My wife and I both should get it, not in the bank yet. As we are both redundant we are saving most of it but I did spens some on:
Flip out sofa for my little daughter
Mate, best money we've ever spent, he's 17 months now and absolutely loves his spidey fold out couch!!

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Re: Your $900

Post by ragericho on Thu Apr 16, 2009 4:44 pm

Otter wrote: dinner at hogs breath

I was so keen to go to hogs breath but was let down by there small meals Surprised !

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Re: Your $900

Post by simmo on Fri Apr 17, 2009 11:04 am

Still no sign of my cheque yet.

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Re: Your $900

Post by Dabigfella on Fri Apr 17, 2009 1:02 pm

Still none at our house either....

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Re: Your $900

Post by Otter on Fri Apr 17, 2009 4:54 pm

Dabigfella wrote:
Otter wrote:My wife and I both should get it, not in the bank yet. As we are both redundant we are saving most of it but I did spens some on:
Flip out sofa for my little daughter
Mate, best money we've ever spent, he's 17 months now and absolutely loves his spidey fold out couch!!

Ally is 1 next month, time sure does fly. Couldnt get the Spidey the wife made us get a barbie one. Embarassed

I believe that they are paying the bonuses via post code, we still have not got ours but an old work mate that lives in Mosman said he got his. So it may be that they are looking after the rich people first as they need it most tongue

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Re: Your $900

Post by creecher on Fri Apr 17, 2009 6:45 pm

ragericho wrote:
creecher wrote:
ragericho wrote:If i do get it ill get my first hot toy figure

I'll probably use mine to pay the next months rent. I do have a number of Hot Toys figures, so I'm interested to know what particular figure you have in mind.

Predator1 predator

That's one I haven't budgeted for. Thanks mate, I think you just gave me a nudge in the right direction. Stuff the rent, I'm sending some money overseas.

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Re: Your $900

Post by ragericho on Sat Apr 18, 2009 5:12 am

creecher wrote:
ragericho wrote:
creecher wrote:
ragericho wrote:If i do get it ill get my first hot toy figure

I'll probably use mine to pay the next months rent. I do have a number of Hot Toys figures, so I'm interested to know what particular figure you have in mind.

Predator1 predator

That's one I haven't budgeted for. Thanks mate, I think you just gave me a nudge in the right direction. Stuff the rent, I'm sending some money overseas.

Buy it localy

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Re: Your $900

Post by creecher on Sat Apr 18, 2009 10:49 am

Probably get it for $270 shipped from o/s, or cheaper on an auction.

What are they going for locally? About $320 or more. Makes more sense to buy it from Hong Kong.

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Re: Your $900

Post by drspleen on Sat Apr 18, 2009 1:31 pm

I've been thinking that since we don't really have any money issues my partner and I are going to spend our $900s as intended. I'm thinking of getting a decent electric-acoustic guitar (~$500) and a wii.

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Re: Your $900

Post by ragericho on Sat Apr 18, 2009 2:16 pm

drspleen wrote:I've been thinking that since we don't really have any money issues my partner and I are going to spend our $900s as intended. I'm thinking of getting a decent electric-acoustic guitar (~$500) and a wii.

Wii good choice Very Happy

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Re: Your $900

Post by UncleCletusKasady on Sat Apr 18, 2009 7:29 pm

drspleen wrote:I've been thinking that since we don't really have any money issues my partner and I are going to spend our $900s as intended. I'm thinking of getting a decent electric-acoustic guitar (~$500) and a wii.

Maybe you don't need it now but in about 2 years time when the worlds finances are back on track do you think we won't pay for this?
Income tax , interest rates, GST, fuel and whatever else the gov can get away with slogging the honest working man/woman with.

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Re: Your $900

Post by drspleen on Sun Apr 19, 2009 7:13 am

UncleCletusKasady wrote:
drspleen wrote:I've been thinking that since we don't really have any money issues my partner and I are going to spend our $900s as intended. I'm thinking of getting a decent electric-acoustic guitar (~$500) and a wii.

Maybe you don't need it now but in about 2 years time when the worlds finances are back on track do you think we won't pay for this?
Income tax , interest rates, GST, fuel and whatever else the gov can get away with slogging the honest working man/woman with.

yeah, i get that nothing is really free and what goes around comes around, but I want to enjoy my $900 dammit Very Happy

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Re: Your $900

Post by Dabigfella on Sun Apr 19, 2009 5:28 pm

Anyone other than TST get their's yet???

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Re: Your $900

Post by ragericho on Mon Apr 20, 2009 3:17 am

Nope , starting to wonder if its bs or not

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Re: Your $900

Post by NiteOwl on Mon Apr 20, 2009 4:06 am

Nope, tumbleweeds for me....................

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Re: Your $900

Post by Dabigfella on Mon Apr 20, 2009 5:24 am

I don't know of anyone else getting theirs yet, hmmm

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Re: Your $900

Post by TheMyth on Mon Apr 20, 2009 5:25 am

yeah. the only people I have heard that have got it yet are friends of friends, and thats never something I'm 100% convinced with.

anyway, the wait continues.

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Re: Your $900

Post by simmo on Mon Apr 20, 2009 5:46 am

Most of the people I know who have it are living in London now.

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Re: Your $900

Post by Pixo on Mon Apr 20, 2009 6:12 am

Determined that my wife is not eligible as she didn't pay enough tax in 07-08.

Should still get our cut via the FTB-B but I'm not sure if I have to apply for that separately or not. Shouldn't as this was applied for through the tax return and paid via direct deposit, but encouraged not to ring before early May - according to newspaper ad I saw over the weekend.

Looking to spend ours on one of those springless trampolines.

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Re: Your $900

Post by UncleCletusKasady on Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:13 pm

Well i hope i get mine soon as i had to pay near $1400 to them today Sad

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Re: Your $900

Post by ragericho on Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:53 pm

UncleCletusKasady wrote:Well i hope i get mine soon as i had to pay near $1400 to them today Sad

ouch what did u do wrong Shocked

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Re: Your $900

Post by UncleCletusKasady on Mon Apr 20, 2009 2:14 pm

ragericho wrote:
UncleCletusKasady wrote:Well i hope i get mine soon as i had to pay near $1400 to them today Sad

ouch what did u do wrong Shocked

Hee hee, something that i have got away with on seperate occasions both here and back home, but unfortunatly with them checking back to see if im elegible for the cash i was found out Evil or Very Mad

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Re: Your $900

Post by ragericho on Mon Apr 20, 2009 2:45 pm

UncleCletusKasady wrote:
ragericho wrote:
UncleCletusKasady wrote:Well i hope i get mine soon as i had to pay near $1400 to them today Sad

ouch what did u do wrong Shocked

Hee hee, something that i have got away with on seperate occasions both here and back home, but unfortunatly with them checking back to see if im elegible for the cash i was found out Evil or Very Mad

heh what goes around comes around eh

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Re: Your $900

Post by TheMyth on Fri Apr 24, 2009 6:24 am

money just arrived.

goodbye credit card. chop chop for you!

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