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This Week in the Archives: MBA Degrees, Fancy Weddings and Student Loans

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In case you haven’t been visiting Consumerism Commentary for a year or two, here are some of the articles you may have missed. These are from April 23-30, 2006:

* Apr. 24: The Penny Costs More Than One Cent (5 comments)
* Apr. 24: Good News: Get Your Degree in Two Weeks (5 comments)
* Apr. 25: Fancy Weddings on a Budget (11 comments)
* Apr. 25: Top MBA Employers (7 comments)
* Apr. 26: Even Lousy CEOs Get Great Pay (3 comments)
* Apr. 27: GMAC Online Savings Account (6 comments)
* Apr. 27: The World of a Super Spoiled Teenager (13 comments)
* Apr. 28: TIAA-Cref Funded My SEP IRA (4 comments)

During this period of time, I hosted the Carnival of Debt Reduction #32 and the Carnival of Personal Finance #46. Here are some articles from April 23-30, 2005:

* Apr. 25: Student Loan Consolidation (4 comments)
* Apr. 25: Emigrant Direct Limiting Features (3 comments)
* Apr. 27: Like Beating a Dead President (3 comments)

During this time in 2004, Consumerism Commentary was on “vacation” for several months. Thanks to everyone who’s been following along with my journey over these past few years.

Updated May 1, 2007 and originally published April 23, 2007. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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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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avatar Blain Reinkensmeyer

“The world of a super spoiled teenager”

Ya, that sounds about right, lol.

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