Friday, May 13, 2005

"I don't wanna sell you any death-stickssss..."

Yes, the little violent loathing rant in the sidebar is gone. I'm rethinking some stuff after some very intense magical experiences over the past 3 weeks. I've discussed it elsewhere so I won't get into it again here; anyway, there's really no way I can talk about it without coming across as utterly and completely bugfuck to anyone who isn't into magic. And probably to a lot of people who are.

There's always the possibility, of course, that I am utterly and completely bugfuck.

Fire walk with me...

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CommunityExpress

The CommunityExpress pilot program is designed to spur economic development and job creation in untapped rural and inner city communities by providing loans and technical assistance. Loan proceeds may be used for most business purposes, including start-up, expansion, equipment purchases, working capital, inventory or real-estate acquisitions.
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7(m) Microloan Program

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How do I repay the loan?

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