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Hopefully the economy will last until October at least since we are planning a Disneyland trip in September 2015.  

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Remind me when August comes around again so i can say my goodbyes because if the economy collapse me and my daughter wont be around much longer in all likelihood.

 

Hopefully the economy will last until October at least since we are planning a Disneyland trip in September 2015.  

 

We do live in perilous times but where we live is not a perilous as some.

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I am hoping civilization does not collapse before the final installment of The Hobbit comes out!

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Economy BETTER not collapse in September. I paid good money to renew my BYU football tickets, and the games run clear until November. Saw the doctor today, and he is convinced I won't die or become too sick to be outdoors before then, so no way is a little martial law going to stand in the way. 

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