All higher knowledge in her presence falls/Degraded.
Servetus:The really horrifying part is that I don't actually have a crazy-high debt load, relative to what many students have these days: I graduated with somewhere between $60-65K, and on a 20-year repayment plan am now down to $38K. I have no idea how massive the monthly payments must be for people with two or three times my student loan debt.
When my creditors are screaming for their doughI'll be proud to tell them all where they can all goThey won't have to scream and hollerThey'll be paid to the last dollarWhere the endless streams of money seem to flowI'll be glad to tell them what they can doIt's a matter of a simple form or twoIt's not just renumeration it's a liberal educationAin't you kind of glad that I'm in debt to you
That's a lot of monthly payment though, even though it wasn't a huge debt initially. Like you, I dread to think how much someone with 100K in debt pays each month. It's daunting!Does your interest rate adjust in some way?
Withy:Heh.Bardiac:My interest rate is low, and fixed: 3.88% for the life of the loan on about 2/3 of my debt, and 4.25% on the rest (that portion was a private loan, so it wasn't eligible for the lowest consolidation rate).
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