We moved in nine months ago, and The Borrowers have already constructed a nice little nest out of some of our stuff. Here’s what we’ve lost in our apartment:
How to be a little bit of an adult for a little of time.
$100! It is a lot of money, and yet, it is also not a lot of money at all. What happened to your last hundo, Blair Thornburgh?
I feel it's incumbent on me—a very nearly recent graduate—to make a list of things that people like me actually need.
So Matt Taibbi says the "moral insanity of modern financial services" is best described by the real-life image of a trader swapping day-old sushi for a nudge in the libor rate. I've got some other ideas.
Search Yelp: “music store Montreal.” Do extensive Googling to suss out exactly what a “light” banjo string is. Watch three or four YouTube walkthroughs of dadly-looking guys with nicer banjos than yours restringing them.