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Is this possible....I priced it on several of my engines and my computer wanted to explode. 2 unit investment at 80% Jumbo
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I like the roman numerals. Makes me think we are having lender 'Super Bowls' of shame.
I can't take credit...that's how they were started, I just followed suit
I don't even know what IXX means!
19! I only know from the Super Bowls like tom mentioned.
Shouldn't it be XIX (10 and 9)??
Agency Jumbo at 6.25% with No Points. Best I have is at 99.5.
Shapiroamg is correct. It should be XIX .
No. If memory serves me correctly, which it usually DOESN"T you put the I in front of it this way. XX is 20. In this form, it's basically 20 minus 1. The I goes in front for the subtraction from the number. Don't ask me why the romans did it this way
Good ole Dave quoting 99% Jumbo again link
Here is something really interesting...at least to me. I emailed our new friend Brian about an hour ago, you know nothing to harsh. I have not received a response however, his last quote was oh about an hour ago. I wonder what happened
I can't believe that crap. You see how many details viewed he's gotten?
Appologies to all the south FLA pro football fans
I am sorry to disagree Roman Numerals
First California, I saw a quote of his for a property in West Palm Beach and in it he talked about how much he loves Los Angeles. I'm sure the borrowers were quite perplexed!
F....I dont know I am kinda slow and dyslexic
At least im not Brian....I can quote correctly, I just can't do anything else
Good news guys......
Karen from Zillow addressed my concern in the Zillow Mortgage Marketplace section.....
I promised a dozen roses if she pulls it off. Perhaps the rest of you guys should promise her gifts..........
Let's hope so tom. See all we need is a little patience and who knows.
based on this, I'm going witht the NFL version:
X means 10. But wait — what about 9? Same deal. IX means to subtract I from X, leaving 9. Numbers in the teens, twenties and thirties follow the same form as the first set, only with X's indicating the number of tens. So XXXI is 31, and XXIV is 24.
under your way, IXX I would read as 91.
I think this thread is getting a bit off topic at this point. :D
just GIS roman numerals
Its my understanding 91 = XCI
19 = XIX
LOL...alright...I said I was dyslexic....geez....lets get back to blasting people for stupid quotes
Off topic but you are correct 1st cali just be thankful we don't use Roman Numerals!
Great link, I am doing ALL my quotes now in Roman Numerals. Discount I, Origination .III VII V
It has that "classic" look, don't you think?
That LO's jacket and cheesy smile somehow remind me of John Belushi in animal house, after a haircut and losing a pound or two. He has quoted against me in MD, and in MD, you need an individual Mortgage Originators License. oh well, things tend to catch up with folks, then they look to buy paddles....
Wait a minute, isn't there a W. Palm Beach in LA too?
No, it was definitely
And New York
So far, we have generated all these different numbers by starting from one and adding. You may think that we now have a complete number system, where every operation has its inverse, and all operations on all numbers work. But they don't. There is an operation on a particular number which doesn't give an answer. It's not even a clever number like an irrational or an imaginary number. It's the number zero. (I told you it was going to cause trouble!) I have mentioned that any number multiplied by zero gives zero. What happens if you divide by zero? If you try it on a calculator, it will tell you that you've made an error. Conventionally, we say that a number divided by zero is infinity, as in 1/0=∞. If you divide one by smaller and smaller numbers, the answers get bigger and bigger, so if you divide 1 by 0, which is smaller than any number, you must get infinity. But infinity is not a number. It's just a way to say that you have no answer to this particular problem.
Betcha Chuck Norris can figure it out.
Chuck Norris is homosexual.
The lightning wasn't warning enough Tammy?
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