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The one in second column is used for distinguishing different types of transactions for the same payment method.
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Even more explicit was the explanation Newsweek's Tony Dokopuil got from site cofounder Laney Crowell, whosays that what the Times described as a "support group" of about 30 women is actually a full-blown parody - and it's at least partly fictionalized.
There is no real support community, no regular meetings and the blog is written by Crowell and her lawyer sidekick Megan Petrus, who concoct entries out of a mixture of their own experiences, stories of people who email the site, and anecdotes of girls they meet socially.
This helps the payee to stay updated about the payment progress.
Don’t get confused with the transaction entered in second column with the one in sixth column.
" She dismissed the idea of a "support group" and figured the people behind the blog were angling for a book deal.Warning all stories sent will be infused with our own special brand of DABA Girl humor.This entry was posted on January 28, 2009 at pm and is filed under Bloggerati.Not knowing what else to do, we did what frustrated but articulate girls have done since the beginning of time – we started a blog.So if your monthly Bergdorf’s allowance has been halved and bottle service has all but disappeared from your life, lighten your heart with laughter and email your stories to [email protected]