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Old 10-25-2012, 05:37 PM
 
Location: Boulder Creek, CA
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Can we have a breakdown of zipcode by size of ball used to play with?

Basketball < Volleyball < Softball < Golf Ball

Handball goes first in that sequence, polo ball last.
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Old 01-19-2013, 06:01 PM
 
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Default Income vs. Net Worth

Hey that's okay...

Here's something to consider for the long-term:

I have friends who live in my so-called Upper Middle Class neighborhood, have graduate degrees, and can comport themselves with anyone, anywhere. Yet they are also living frugally on a well "below the poverty line" income. - It's often difficult to explain how someone can (be forced) to "retire" with a million dollars in assets but almost no income.**

**Check how much the Banks (or Treasury Bonds) are paying on your Savings. Then pay the taxes on the sale of those assets and divide 82% of this ostensible million dollars by say 25 more years of life expectancy. That's $32,800/yearly - for now. In 18 years, the current rate of inflation will reduce that to a purchasing power of +/- $16,000 yearly - and one could not live anywhere for that. And with no doubt, that sum would not even cover the property taxes, maintenance and utilities on their home in this "good" neighborhood. Only in America. :-)
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Old 01-20-2013, 05:36 PM
 
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Good list and looks accruate altho im not sure of what Lower Middle class is. But

UPPER-MIDDLE CLASS
LOS ANGELES LAX 90045 78,436

Really ? I guess I never noticed....Where exacly is this and what is it near. Isnt this some what boarding El Sgendo ?
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Old 01-21-2013, 06:38 PM
 
Location: Studio City, CA 91604
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Old 01-21-2013, 07:32 PM
 
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Good list and looks accruate altho im not sure of what Lower Middle class is. But

UPPER-MIDDLE CLASS
LOS ANGELES LAX 90045 78,436

Really ? I guess I never noticed....Where exacly is this and what is it near. Isnt this some what boarding El Sgendo ?
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That's Westchester, just north of LAX. Home of Loyola Marymount. I would consider Westchester mostly upper-middle class, west of Manchester Blvd.
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