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JackSilverCoolYesNo : I'm really low on cash and saw heaps of ads on the Internet saying make quick easy cash on the Internet. and I wad just wondering does anyone have any legit websites that can make you money. no scam sites please

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goodevry11 : Maybe you should consider vvvvvv dot onlinepaydaysystem dot net/startup
Its an easy way to make money online
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Graiccaky : I use both of these one has already made me money and one I am close to making money on. I don't get any spam emails from either. They are not some of those stupid spam sites that you never get anything for, but for superpoints you do have to use your discretion on some of the offers.
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KWSteven : Although Sony's mini disc recorder/player was a huge hit in Japan, initial response to the mini disc in the us market was lukewarm. When Sony mounted its third official attempt to launch its mini disc in the united states, it thought it finally had the right formula. A Sony executive noted " This time around we've done our homework, and we've found out whats in consumers heads" What type of research do you think Sony used to get inside the heads" of its target market? Do you think different cultures prefer to conduct certain types of market research? Explain.
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Cryclorgo : I want to do the course of Search Engine Optimization. Which institute is teaching SEO course? and How is the job market for SEO?
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2qot54rt74o : I currently have a NYS Learner's Permit with TEMP. VISITOR EXP noted. If TEMP. VISITOR EXP. is expired however, permit itself is valid until 2016, would it still be a valid I.D. for a U.S. domestic air travel?
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FoodsPrer : Acceptable IDs include:

- U.S. passport
- U.S. passport card
- DHS "Trusted Traveler" cards (Global Entry, NEXUS, SENTRI, FAST)
- U.S. Military ID (active duty or retired military and their dependents, and DOD civilians)
- Permanent Resident Card
- Border Crossing Card
- DHS-designated enhanced driver's license
- Drivers Licenses or other state photo identity cards issued by Department of Motor Vehicles (or equivalent)
- Native American Tribal Photo ID
- An airline or airport-issued ID (if issued under a TSA-approved security plan)
- A foreign government-issued passport
- Canadian provincial driver's license or Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) card
- Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)
- Non-US/Canadian citizens are not required to carry their passports if they have documents issued by the U.S. government such as Permanent Resident Cards. Those who do not should be carrying their passports while visiting the U.S.

Learner's Permits are not listed as a valid ID for travel; however, you might be able to get away with it if it has your picture. It would be best for you to go to the DMV and ask for an ID card (not a driver's license). If you are under 18 then you wouldn't need any ID.

http://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/acceptable-ids
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hamyarragma : im looking for no crime, cheap apartments, friendly people, and easy drive to LA.
THANKS!
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Kifeinfeteeks : We see this every day in this forum: Everyone who wants to move here is looking for “cheap/affordable and safe". However, such a place just doesn’t exist; the two terms are mutually exclusive. It's all about supply and demand: If it's in SoCal, then it's not going to be cheap to begin with. If it's a safe area, then it's more expensive.

Most people who ask this question are unprepared, unrealistic, with no money, no experience, no skills, and no plan.

You need a plan: First item on the agenda is rent. A decent 1BR apartment in LA currently goes for $1200, give or take. Nicer areas and areas closer to the beach are much higher. Don't expect to move to Santa Monica and get an apartment on the beach for that much. Or Toluca Lake, or Beverly Hills.

Next, you will need a car. Los Angeles is VERY spread out, and train service is extremely limited. If you don't have a car, you will have to take a bus, which takes 3 times longer to get anywhere than a car.

All told, it generally takes about $3,000 per month to live here. If you don't have a job that pays that much or skills that can get you that kind of job, stay where you are. If you are unskilled and work for minimum wage (or for tips like bartending or waiting tables), you'll only make about $1200 per month.

And speaking of jobs, they are rather hard to come by now. College grads seeking employment are having a very tough time of it right now, since the job market is flooded with experienced people who were laid off. Unemployment is over 12% right now. Not exactly the kind of job market you want to move into.

Finally, you will need money. Landlords want first month's rent and a security deposit up front. You'll need money for food, transportation, utilities, etc. The consensus in this forum is that you need about $7500 to start out.

So there's your plan. And please don't tell us that you have dreams of being an actor or singer. That sets off another alarm. We already have a million (literally) wannabe actors in this town. Don’t even get me started.

If you are looking for safer areas, go look at www.lalife.com and read the maps.

BTW, the best place out of the ones you mentioned is Toluca Lake.
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Aripooh0013 : There really isn't much difference in those three areas, it depends on where you're driving to in LA. Look at a map and see which will likely work best for you.

You're not going to easily find nice and cheap in those areas, especially Studio City and Toluca Lake, as they tend toward the upscale. Studio City is between the 405 and the 170/101. Toluca Lake is near Barham Bl, the 134 and the 170/101, it's basically lower Burbank. Burbank is a bit cheaper and safer, in the good areas (it has not-so-good areas), and it's near the 5 and the 134. They all have friendly people, crime really isn't bad in any of the areas, and you're not going to find cheap unless you consider from about $1000 to $1500 cheap for a one bedroom (that's on the low end for those areas).

Places to find a lot of apt buildings is in Studio City near Vineland and (north of) Ventura -- Arch Dr to the West of Vineland, Bluffside Dr to the East.

If you want to be safe, you need to put great locks on your doors, alarm your car, don't walk around late at night, be aware of your surroundings, and be careful. It's like that everywhere in LA.

Good luck!
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