I was really just kidding about having
more mature tastes some day (see last article). If I can’t
go for fast, then I’ll always go for fun! Vroom….
Sales people will try to determine if
you ‘qualify’ for purchase. Qualifying is the
term that applies to a customer who shows signs of being a
serious buyer and also demonstrates where they fall within
typical buyer mentality.
Maybe you’re a payment buyer, someone
who is mostly concerned with the monthly payments or an allowance
buyer who is concerned with the amount received on a trade-in,
a difference buyer who is mostly concerned with buying a car
that isn’t what they already have, or a leaser who wants
to rent rather than buy. Know that the salesperson will figure
out where you’re at and will work to find an angle to
sell you a car.
This doesn’t mean that this is a
bad thing if the salesperson is honest and attempting to work
with your interests, but in the end, it’s your responsibility
to be an educated consumer.
For me, I’m so into cars that
the homework hardly seems like work at all…
If you've thought carefully about a tattoo,
done your research and found a reputable studio, there should
be no reason to ask about whether tattoos can be removed later
if you change your mind. Still, I know somebody is going to
ask, so here goes.
Is the process of cutting out the
skin that has been tattooed.
Involves rubbing a salt solution
into the tattoo to damage the skin causing it to slough
off. This must be done by a professional.
A laser emits light that breaks
the skin down allowing scavenger cells to digest the
tattooed cells. This will take several treatments over
several weeks, and it will rarely remove all traces
of the tattoo.
So, yes, there are treatments that can
remove a tattoo, but the easiest is to think ahead and not
have regrets later. Besides, sometimes the anticipation is
better than the outcome. At least, that's what I've heard
from some people who say they're barely out of the chair and
they're already thinking about their next tattoo.
Maybe, that's the answer. Save the cash,
don't get the tattoo right away and just hang around the people
who are planning their next tattoo. That way you get to talk
the talk before making the commitment!