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Worst Movie Flops of 2013

In rough order of how much money they lost as a percentage of the films’ reported budgets (from best to worst), here are some of the biggest flops so far this year.

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The Lone Ranger Review - Worst Flop of 2013

The Lone Ranger

U.S. gross: $48.9 million (over five days)
Foreign gross: $24.3 million (over five days; number of territories unavailable)
Total gross: $73.2 million

Reported budget: $225 million

Image by Disney Enterprises, Inc. / AP

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10 Signs you are Almost 30: Happy 30th Birthday!

1. You get carded, and your first instinct is, “AWESOME.”

2. Instead of drunken party photos, your Facebook friends are all about the baby pics.

3. You’d rather pay a little more for a “nice, clean” hotel room than cram into a hostel with 12 of your friends.

4. Everything cool is being marketed to people younger than you now.

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Best Resources to get Help to Settle Credit Card Debt

There is a lot of information online regarding settling your debt. Two best resources are Consumer Recovery Network and Credit Info Center. Many people post a lot of information on forum regarding how to settle your debts and send debt validation letters etc. Do not believe everything you read. Some instances that worked for others may not work for you regarding your situation or debt type, length of debt, spending habbit, and other factors.

Consumer Recovery Network (CRN)

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Best Companies to Help Consolidate Credit Card Debt

There is a lot of information online regarding consolidating your debt. Do not believe everything you read. In addition, some instances that worked for others may not work for you regarding your situation or debt type, length of debt, spending habbit, and other factors.

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