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    Jim doesn't have a job, he claims job-seekers allowance which allows him to put some money aside every month. After a couple of months Jim buys a MacBook.

    Is Jim rich?
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    Agreed all of them and the ones with maximum loan
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    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    Jim doesn't have a job, he claims job-seekers allowance which allows him to put some money aside every month. After a couple of months Jim buys a MacBook.

    Is Jim rich?
    Jim is a starving peasant with no house cus no way is he buying a MacBook on JSA while also paying rent and food
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    Disagree if you save up enough it's not difficult to buy one
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    we are all rich compared to the rest of humanity. 2 billion ppl live on less than a £1 a day.
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    MacBooks are rip offs anyways. My sister got some money off for hers whilst at university due to a grant but she still forked out £500 plus out of her own money.
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    i didn't like them until i was given one to work with at a seminar
    i now want to buy one...or four to fill up the safe
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    Not true. I come from a single-income family on under £20k a year, 3 years of careful saving and I own a MacBook Air, although admittedly it was 70% off from a resell site.
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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    Not true. I come from a single-income family on under £20k a year, 3 years of careful saving and I own a MacBook Air, although admittedly it was 70% off from a resell site.
    You sure it's a macbook? :rofl:
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    just kiddin nice deal
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    No, many stores have a 'buy now, pay later' option that is interest free. Argos and Littlewoods, for example.
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    Not true.
    I'm not rich, nor are my parents and I got one for uni almost three years ago.
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    Not true....
    Got this for free :getmecoat:
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    No.



    Family is poor.
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    Well... this thread has kind of been 'completed' hasn't it?
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    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    Jim doesn't have a job, he claims job-seekers allowance which allows him to put some money aside every month. After a couple of months Jim buys a MacBook.

    Is Jim rich?
    Or Jim is on a minimum wage job at a food packing factory.
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    (Original post by David.Cameron)
    Or Jim is on a minimum wage job at a food packing factory.
    Either way, with time, Jim would be able to buy a MacBook.
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    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    Either way, with time, Jim would be able to buy a MacBook.
    Or a plane ticket to Japan.
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    I'm poor because i bought a macbok
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    (Original post by Orange s0da)
    I'm poor because i bought a macbok
    Some are poor because they didn't buy shares in Apple which later sold for an absolute fortune. :moon:
 
 
 

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