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Donald Rogan
Works at Social Security Administration
Attended Baker College of Port Huron
Lives in Port Huron, Mi
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Debunking the Black Hebrew Israelite theory that Blacks in America are the true Jews based off Deut 28. You'd have to bend the scriptures to make the Black Hebrew Israelites' theory fit.
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Yeah there are perversions of translations but KJV Only is tough to swallow. Best to get an inter linear bible and study the actual langues the biblical text was written in. No translation is perfect.
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An OK article from +TIME​ about why doing a contract (or an installment plan like Next or Edge) is a bad idea and still better to buy the phone outright.

I wish he would have gone into detail about how specifically At&t hides their "savings" in the data connection charges. If you do the installment plan, they "save" you $600 over 24 months, but you are still paying that same $25 (or more) in the payment of the phone!

The difference is that an upgrade fee is waived in the installment plan because you end up paying more in the long run. Whereas you pay the upgrade fee in the "subsidized" 2 year contract price. And $25 more a month in the days connection fee.

Cell phone companies are no longer subsidizing the phones anymore, any way you slice it, you are still paying FULL price for the phone. And I hate that. I really think the extra $25/month is a BS charge.

I think on the At&t plan, the "data connection" fee should stay the same over the 2 year period. $15. Not $40 because I was penalized for signing a 2 year contract.

Any lawyers in the house? Can I file for a lawsuit? 
You can save money by opting for a month-to-month plan instead
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I gotta get that ⌚️ to go with my 📱6. That'd be so dope.

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++ FIRST LOOK ++ Have you already "picked up" on this piece of news? Before the end of the decade, Mercedes-Benz will expand its product range by launching the first pickup from a premium manufacturer.
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Official Title: Claims Representative Generalist (Working across both the Title II & Title XVI programs). Organizational Title: Social Insurance Specialist.
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  • Social Security Administration
    Claims Representative Generalist, 2008 - present
    We conduct interviews and help claimants develop their claims for retirement, survivors, health insurance and disability benefits and/or supplemental security income. We work with claimants to establish their continuing eligibility for payment, assist claimants in filing for administrative appeals, adjudicate claims and authorize them for payment, provide referral services, and identify and investigate potential program abuse.
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Sixth oldest out of seven children. Lived in two states, Michigan for the most part, but also in Mississippi for a year (yeah that didn't last long). Moved back to MI in '04 and attended St. Clair County Community College. Landed a summer job at the Social Security Administration in Port Huron, Mi that last 30 days less than scheduled to the budget. While finishing up my final semester at St. Clair County Community College with a Associate's degree in Business Management, I received a call for an employee at the Social Security Administration. The word given to me was that the District Manager at that time wanted me to come back to work for them. I called him and he offered me a position as a SCEP (Student Career Experience Program) employee, which basically is a co-op position. While, I was deciding what college to attend for my Bachelor's degree program I was given the SCEP position and enrolled at Baker College of Port Huron to earn my Bachelor's in Business Management. It was a program requirement that I have at least a 4 year degree in order to become a "grandfathered-in" employee. I originally wanted to go to Michigan State and had actually received an acceptance letter from the university back in '08. However, that was not going to happen if I wanted to begin working now and not miss an opportunity for a career with job security and benefits you normally can't find into the job market today. I consider myself "blessed".
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In my 30's and one of the few among many peers that's waiting to get married before having kids.
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  • Baker College of Port Huron
    Bachelor of Business Administration, 8 - 2011
  • St. Clair County Community College
    Business Management, 2004 - 2008
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Donny, Don