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This Month in the Archives: Second Life, Credit Cards at Fault, and Inexpensive Flights

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Here are some more articles from Octobers past at Consumerism Commentary. Articles here have changed over the past few years, so you may notice some stylistic differences as you go back in time. Here are some selections from the second half of October, 2006:

* The Virtual Reality Economy of Second Life
* Wall Street Salaries are Through the Roof
* Companies Dropping Funds From 401(k)ss and What Mine Offers
* Student Loans Consolidated, Finally
* I Am Apparently Not on the Path to a Comfortable Retirement
* Circuit City Wouldn’t Allow Me to Buy the Computer I Wanted
* I Can’t Find an Inexpensive Flight
* Focusing on More Than One Interest Improves Your Brain
* If You Like Calculators, You’ll Love This
* Credit Cards at Fault? A Compelling Argument
* My Lender Wants Me to Pay $10,000 Extra

Here are some from the second half of October 2005:

* Saving With Low Income
* Balance Transfer Not Accepted
* Your New York Number
* Commissions Still High
* Started Saving $70/mo Today

Going back in time, these are from October 2004:

* Fast Forward and Get Rich
* Short-Term Savings
* Extreme Money Ultimate Kung-Fu Challenge
* More Landlord Disappointment
* It Never Hurts to Ask

And finally, from October 2003:

* Young Real Estate Tycoon
* Good News and Bad News
* Location, Location, Location
* Time to Think About Gift-Giving
* Shopaholics

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Luke Landes is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about Luke Landes and follow him on Twitter. View all articles by .

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