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Our Interest Rate on Loans

We offer you the benefit of a lower interest rate by being located in Kansas. Interest rates for pawn shops are state mandated. Kansas rates are half that of Missouri’s, 10% Kansas vs. 20% Missouri.

What's in the Box?

Alla fin del gioco tanto va nel sacco il re quanto la pedina.

“Once the game is over, the king & the pawn go back in the same box.”

– Italian Proverb

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My Fate had been inked- a tattoo by Antonio Ivarra

My Fate had been inked- a tattoo

In and along- a rocky path

I ventured on-

And carried it away-

And now we approach the mountain- 121 more words

Deep

Light, shadow, perspective … ever changing

This game room is in our apartment complex office, and in the afternoons has an ever changing pattern of light coming through the west windows.  That, coupled with the simple chess board on a small table, and perfect art on the wall, always gives me a chance for a new perspective on a familiar subject. 65 more words

Olympus OM-D E-M1

How does a pawn work?

Pawnshops offer collateral-based loans — meaning the loan is secured by something of value. You bring in something you own to Joe Flynn & Quality Pawn’s friendly staff for a quick and easy appraisal, we make you a loan or purchase offer better than you will get anywhere else, you leave with cash in your hand. 51 more words

The Mysterious Case Of Jill Stein's Surging Recount Costs

Just yesterday we noted that Jill Steinwas acting on behalf of Hillary Clinton to raise money for recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.  As we noted then, we continue to be astonished by the amount of money flowing into the fundraising campaign and… 269 more words

Jill Stein a Clinton Pawn in Push for Recount

Former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein has raised nearly $5 million to fund efforts to push for a recount in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.  This has led to speculation over what Stein hopes to gain from a potential recount or if she is being used by billionaire investor George Soros or Bill and Hillary Clinton. 209 more words