Your Questions About Title Loans

James asks…

Need cash urgently want to use car as collateral or car title loans in toronto ?

barry0912 answers:

With proof of income and a good credit rating you should be able to walk into any bank and get started on the paperwork right away.

With a poor credit rating and proof of income, you may be able to get one from any “Pay day loan” places although the fees and interest are absolutely atrocious.

With no income, regardless of your credit score your options are to either find someone to cosign for you who has a good credit score and income, or borrow money from friends/family

Steven asks…

How would an online title loan company know if my car is broke?

Has anyone ever used TURBO TITLE LOANS? It says they need a car title and a key. If it is online How do they get my car title and key? Also would they no if my car was broken? How?

barry0912 answers:

Title loan places are to be avoided at all costs. They will want to see the car.

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Your Questions About Anonymous Surfing

Carol asks…

The best anonymous proxy – Unrestricted Surf, anonymous surfing?

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barry0912 answers:

Hi you can try this one:

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Sharon asks…

Best Free Anonymous Surfing Services?

I would like to hear opinions from those who have used any free anonymous surfing services and why do you think the one(s) you’re using works for you. For example I’m using Hotspot Shield and It seem to be working well for me so far. What are the best free anonymous surfing services around?

barry0912 answers:

No such thing. You get what you pay for.

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Your Questions About Anonymous Mask

Mandy asks…

Why do people feel the desire to wear a mask that does not nearly show who they are behind it?

I already know some reasons, such as fear of others’ reactions to who they truly are, but I just want to know other reasons, and personal experiences as well, if you are willing.

Does that mask allow you to act freely and completley opposite of who you are? Or, in other words, do you feel the need to be anonymous to do what goes against your nature?
For those that constantly fake their true identity for whatever reasons, have you lost who you are in the process?

barry0912 answers:

Intricate questioning… I really agree that most people fear others’ rejection to who they really are. This is the bulk percentage. I also agree that a mask allows one to act freely, but only as they truly are. If it is a physical mask such as that worn in plays or this avatar, it might allows some to truly express themselves. But if we’re talking about figurative masks, such as displays of a certain personality or use of heavy makeup or embelliment with lifestyle, clothes, etc, then I believe they are displays of insecurity. They are used to cover up deep insecurities and the point is to portray someone who is opposite in nature.

For people who are stage-shy but have talent, their best act could happen with a mask on, or their hair wildly disguising their upfront image. That is because these people are introverted and rich with thoughts, ideas, and emotions and have more to show that stems from inside, leaving them all the more feeling vulnerable. A mask then allows the freedom to be oneself and feel exposed without really exposing the identity that would mean more profound feelings of vulnerability for such sensitive persons. A person of this nature would be prone to wear thick, “physical” masks such as a thoughtful gaze that fronts a deep inner life.

If you’re always in the pack you need only be superficial to belong and if that is your habit then wearing a mask really would hold less meaning. A person of this nature would be more prone then to wear more superficial masks, such as an affect or light disposition that fronts a more superficial inner life.

How do you know people fake their identity? What if it’s real?Many avatars are fragments of a complex inner life, aren’t they? You are “tennis guy”, but aren’t you also a “math champ” or “musician” or “student” or “millionaire” or “American Idol tryout”? (Had to scratch out the “husband” after I read your profile!LOL) We never know many aspects of of a person, however multifaceted behind an avatar at any given moment. It comes down to people’s multiple interests, I guess.

Paul asks…

How can i make an anonymous costume?

I’m trying to make the infamous green body anonymous costume (not the guy fawkes one). I have a good idea on how to make the mask, but how can I make skin tight gloves that go up my arms?

tl;dr: how do I make super long, green skin tight gloves?

barry0912 answers:

Congratulations on your costume idea, it’s quite original! 🙂
for the gloves, I can’t give you any advice if you want to make them yourself, but if you are going to buy them, then I can help you. You have to find gloves that are something like 26-27 inches long (it’s possible that instead of a measure in inches you find the mentions “16B” or “18B”, it stands for the length of the gloves in “buttons”; I would then suggest you to look for 18B gloves. For the gloves to fit very tight, there need to be at least 15-20% spandex in the fabric. From my experience it’s not easy to find such gloves; I would advise you to look for them in more specialised shops like bridal shops or shops that sells formal dresses.

Good luck on your search!!!

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Your Questions About Anonymous Movie

George asks…

anonymous movie credits?

What is the name that is mostly used in movie credits by actors/directors when they can’t or don’t want to use their own name?
allright… rereading my own question, I am a bit baffled as to how an actor would remain anonymous and use the Alan Smithee name

barry0912 answers:

When a director decides to take his or her name off a film, it is called an Alan Smithee film. Interestingly, there was a movie in 1997 called An Alan Smithee Film: Burn, Hollywood, Burn. It ended up actually being an Alan Smithee film when Arthur Hiller took his name off the project.

When an actor can’t or won’t use her/his own name, s/he will either simply not appear in the credits at all or will use a pseudonym. In The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, Robin Williams played the King of the Moon, but was billed as Ray D. Tutto (a play on his line, “I’m sorry. You must address me by my full title: King of Everything. Rei di Tutto – but you may call me Ray. ”

I’ve never heard of a case where an actor remained on a project against her/his will to the degree that s/he wanted her/his name removed from the film.

Michael asks…

In relation with anonymous, does any one else think V for Vendetta was an excellent movie?

I mean it fits perfectly with what is happening politically right now!!

barry0912 answers:

It is absolutely an excellent film. I concur 100%

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Your Questions About Title Loans

Lisa asks…

how to get out of title loans?

I took out a title loan for 2000 dollars 2yrs ago and have now paid back over 3000 dollars and the loan company is saying the money went to the principal and i still owe 2000 dollars. how do i get out of this?

barry0912 answers:

Tony:

The only way “out” of a loan is to satisfy the terms and conditions that you agreed to. When you took out the loan, you signed a promissory note – that’s where you’ll find all of the details of the agreement. If you signed it, you’re responsible for everything in there. If the loan contains unconscionable terms, you might have some recourse, but even then, you’d have to demonstrate that you were either incapable of understanding the terms that you agreed to, or that you had no choice but to accept the agreement.

The repayment schedule on your loan is determined by your interest rate, by the length of time that you have to repay, and by the amount of your monthly payment. If your interest rate is high, the repayment period is long, and your monthly payment is small, it could well be possible that you still owe pretty much everything that you borrowed.

The trick to repaying a loan quickly is to pay more than the minimum payment every month – that applies to credit cards, mortgages and any other type of borrowed funds.

I’m guessing that you misunderstood one thing that the lender told you – it’s unlikely that your payments went to principal, because if they had, you’d be in good shape. I think the payments that you’ve made have all gone towards some outrageous interest charge.

Just as an example, if you borrowed $2000 at 24% and made payments of only $41 a month, you’d wind up repaying almost $7700 and it would take you more than 12 years to repay the loan.

Get out the promissory note and check your interest rate and your payment term and your payment amount, and pay as much as you can. If possible, try to refinance this debt with a lower interest rate loan.

Good luck.

John asks…

Any one ever used Title Loans?

Has anyone ever used TURBO TITLE LOANS? It says they need a car title and a key. If it is online How do they get my car title and key? Also would they no if my car was broken? How?

barry0912 answers:

A car has to be worth at least $500 on the open market to qualify for title loans. A Salvage title is allowed. Customers will be asked about the current condition of the vehicle. The car needs to be running and in drivable condition, however, it can be in the shop in some cases. Previous clients have used title loans to pay a mechanics’ bill. This way, they get their repairs even when the repair shop won’t finance the bill.

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Your Questions About Title Ix

Lizzie asks…

Does Title IX protect a college football player right of sexual identity?

I think I’m gay. I intend to be a D1 QB but I will NOT put up with any harassment.

barry0912 answers:

No, it only allows for the equal opportunity to participate in educational programs regardless of federally protected classes. Neither Sexual Preference nor Sexual/Gender Identity are protected classes under federal law. Some states protect one or the other, but not many. However, many schools have non-discrimination policies that cover those classes.

John asks…

What are peoples opinions on Title IX and how its influenced womens sports today?

barry0912 answers:

Title IX has been miss used.
It was supposed to give women’s sports an equal opportunity.
I take that to mean the same number of scholar athletes, but many interpret that to mean the same amount of money is spent on women and men.
What has happened is many schools have dropped men’s sports while adding women’s sports such as crew and equestrian.
Some want football canceled even though that is normally the one sport that makes money and funds the rest of the athletic program.
There are schools that have dropped men’s sports even though those sports were never a burden to the school, i.e. Golf which was completely funded by private donations was dropped so the 6 men lost their scholarships at no savings to the school.
I believe women should have an equal opportunity to sports, but not to the extent that men must suffer, especially since these people did not participate in past discrimination.

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