This month, I’ve gone to a bunch of movies and had a few TV-on-DVD marathons, and as varied as it’s all been (from old West Wing to In Bruges), I’ve noticed that in everything I watch, people keep getting shot. This isn’t all that surprising–people get shot a lot on TV and in the movies–but it’s been sort of stressful and I keep having existential crises over this intense entertainment. Which is all to say, sometimes you just have to watch emotastic music videos over and over again. (Go on, you know you want to. I’ll be here when you get back.)
- Steve offers some dirty commie satire. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. (Read it at brip blap)
- Stop guilt-tripping yourself with this introduction the sunken-cost fallacy. (Read it at My Money Blog)
- Real Simple’s series answers some basic money worries. (Read it at All Financial Matters)
- Awesome ways to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars! Score! (Read it at Consumerism Commentary)
- JD offers a perspective on a topic close to my heart: food, particularly frugality through minimalist food. (Read it at Get Rich Slowly)
- You can only achieve audacious accomplishments if you set audacious goals to begin with. (Read it at The Simple Dollar)
Queercents Rehash: The Financial Benefits of Siesta: This topic is very close to my heart lately.