MemberSince99 wrote:You know what they say about "assuming", don't you?
I really could not care ANY less if my decisions seem bizarre to you, in case you were wondering. It doesn't bother even a teeny tiny bit.
I'm going to assume that has broken your heart and you are crying hysterically. It's ok, it willl pass, just let it go.
If you are just devastated by the fact I don't care what you think, I can pretend if it helps you feel better.
I don't care what you think of me, and you don't care what I think of you. Let's drop that and focus on the cards.
I will never again comment on your overall credit card strategy and habits in a comprehensive, logical way. You clearly don't welcome my input, and have routinely ignored it. I think it's fine to talk about the merits of specific cards.
I have no problem with you commenting on my credit strategy and/or habits, if you wish to do so.
Not really. Do whatever works for you. That's how I do it too. I'm not posting here because I'm soliciting people's opinions of what I should do with my credit. I'm posting my personal experiences, learning and cards. People can learn from that or laugh at it as they wish. My hope is maybe they do both. But hey, it's entirely up to the individual.
So laugh or shake your head as you like, but just because you offer an opinion, or snide comments as the case may be, I'm certainly not under any obligation to take the advise, or care.
As long as what you do works for you, great, all the power in the world to you. What works for me may be completely the opposite. I have a personal saying - when someone wants to pay my mortgage for me is the day they can come onto my property and tell me what to do with it. Until then, good luck with that. Likewise, unless they are paying my bills, they aren't going to get very far with advising me what to do with my credit.
Anyway no hard feelings here.