So now you have to ask yourself… what do you want in a friend? I'll say what's worked for me, though I can't promise it works for everyone. There is no way whatsoever to tell what you mean by the word idiot. If your friendship causes you to have to resort to writing a question as above, then, for your own sake and for the sake of your friend who will probably be gutted if he saw this question unless it is a joke , I would find a better suited friend for yourself, and allow your friend to do the same. You can, if you want, but it is for him to proceed with his life decisions. Then I would suggest that you starve their comments of oxygen: do not acknowledge their barbed comments, or just listen then choose not to respond, or outright ignore them. It usually goes something like this: My friend told me that if you want to build credit quickly, you should leave a small balance on your credit card so you can build trust with the bank.
Interest is not recorded and there's nothing to get nervous about. You will loose self confidence which could negatively effect you future life. All these comments saying he made a dumb decision are morons. You, my friend, are a general idiot. But what matters is paying on time every time and not maxing the card out. He was very disappointed because this was the third time he had a trip to Bangkok planned but at the last minute, something had happened to prevent him from going.
If you are starting to feel like an idiot. If all of the above doesnt work, then run baby run. Depriving people like that - and their comments - of oxygen is a very effective way to go. If I were in your position, I would seriously consider if the friendship was worth pursuing. You have a close friend who, for one reason or another, is making an enormous, idiotic , and despite your protests, keeps skipping toward , , or disaster. I was 18 years old and heading across the country to college.
Thomas Aquinas explains that acts of fraternal correction are acts of. If he is just socially immature or does stupid things, then you can wait for him to grow up and accept him as he is. I'm not sure what you mean by saying your friend is an idiot. I took another ding when they cancelled my credit card wouldn't let me have one without an account. Here's a different example to give you some perspective on the situation.
To be honest; it was literally shooting fish in a barrel! Credit cards are a loan, and paying them off in full every month builds a good enough payment history to bolster your score without paying interest. Didn't stop my company from laying me off as well as the other person who oversaw that product. For credit cards, the bank also reports your available credit. And it says You, my friend, are a general idiot. It makes me wonder if your friend thinks of you in those terms? One night, he got me to watch an episode of that History channel tripe with him.
Otherwise, it looks like you're not utilizing your cards and that looks bad on your report. Be prudent: What arguments will be effective? It's because the interest that you pay on a credit card is not reported to the credit bureaus. I'm a Fat Nerd You, my friend, are a fat nerd. Look at what I just said above. It is much better than saying something you will live to regret. How would you like your real friends to behave, and how should they treat you? I refuse to accept responsibility for his idiocy! However, he has substituted 'aliens' for 'god' as the cause of our creation.
They want people to need their job so they will deal with a worse workplace, worse wage, and do everything they can to keep a job. Yep, I volunteered and was laid off yesterday. It can be hard to speak up, but the easiest way could be to ask questions. No matter what you do, you'll likely have a good score. If you feel it warrants some kind of parting remark, simply state, Excuse me, but I feel as if you are treating me as if I am somehow uneducated or you see me as some kind of moron. I suspect individuals who behave that way are actually trying to convince themselves that they are smarter than others, and I find that kind of sad.
When you receive your statement, the statement balance is the number that is provided to the bureaus. It sounds more like you need a break from everyone. What if I took out a loan to improve my credit score instead? I don't know that you can, or should, really 'handle' other people, for in my opinion we have enough to do handling ourselves! As to punk rock you are damn right jon! If you truly value our friendship, I would like you to take an honest, objective look at what you have been saying, then ask yourself, If the situation were reversed, how would I feel about it? Other experiences my friends and family have had are - being expected to drop anything at a moments notice, being forced out because you're not part of the clique in charge, being promised your job is safe then being laid off 2 weeks later. Also this was purely voluntary and there has not been and is not projected to be nonvoluntary lay offs in our facility. And that's if it weren't a complete and utter lie.
That's why it's so hard to convince people otherwise. Never judge a book by a cover let them think ur an idiot. But if you really want to throw your hard-earned cash into an eternal abyss of broken promises on behalf of your so-called expert's advice, I suppose I can't stop you. If not, and then person is a jerk then rethink your friendship. I can't even imagine what flying half their support staff across the country for three weeks cost.
I had to make choices in order to become the person that I am today. The fact is the above two sentences are sooooooo significant they really bear some thinking about. Because I'm Definitely not an idiot. The company only loses its best employees if it willingly let's them go. We started to laugh and felt like ourselves again. The problem was that I was literally weeks away from leaving for college for four long years. After a while in our argument I said wait, wait a minute, weren't we fighting like this the last time we went out with that couple? Companies want motivated workers who enjoy their job, feel a healthy sense of responsibility for what they are doing, and who generally perform to the best of their abilities.