The Color of Money

Local Payday Lender Hires Black Strategist to Defend Its Image

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Anti-payday-loan activists say a crushing cycle of debt is often set into motion when customers pay off one loan and immediately take out another to cover living expenses. anunturi
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Anti-payday-loan activists say a crushing cycle of debt is often set into motion when customers pay off one loan and immediately take out another to cover living expenses. anunturi
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The Color of Money is a (1986) film adapted from a 1984 novel by American writer Walter Tevis, continuing the story of pool shark Eddie "Fast Eddie" Felson, with Paul Newman reprising his role from the movie version of The Hustler (1961). The film and the novel share as their premise the continuation of Eddie Felson's story at a point more than 20 years after the events depicted in The Hustler, and with Eddie not having been active on the pool circuit during that time. But aside from this, they have nothing in common beyond their title. Although Tevis did produce a screenplay for The Color of Money that was based on his novel, the filmmakers ultimately decided not to use Tevis's story at all, and instead crafted an entirely new one for the movie. pay day loans, online payday loans
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If you want to see something truly disgusting about payday loans, you must read this article about W. Allan Jones, owner of Check Into Cash:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/gary-rivli…

Sadly, every single word is true. Gross!