@forget it i don't want to add to the guy's misery but there's a great enterprise rental in greenpoint........
excellent gift selection!
@NoReally LOVE THAT CHART. except i found the same one in Smart Women Finish Rich by David Bach (except it was Kim and Susan instead of Ben and Arthur). my sister gave me this book when i was 23 and had just started to make real-job money- the chart def helped keep my eye on the ball when it comes to putting money away for retirement.
@probs i found a youngish dentist who is hip to us kids with our internets, he emails me every six months to come in. argh so effective! it's so easy to ignore the phone call but i feel compelled to reply to the email. also there's a ferry to the dentists office, so dentist = boat ride! fun :D i love boat rides.
part of my job includes client meetings, which i always try and do at their place. I WANT TO SEE EVERYONES CRAZY NYC APARTMENTS! @_@ so many gorgeous places i will never, ever be able to afford in neighborhoods i would never live in- but omg the molding! the deco details!
this is my main reason for keeping a pet.... no excuses. a/c must be on, or mr. fluffybutt melts.
don't think you should. domain squatting was a thing in the 90's, most of the money has been made. the remaining squatters have the mindset of the 90s, and trying to buy a domain from them is frustrating and laughable. unless you have something like sexybabes.com, no one's going to fork over 20k (had this happen, how did he think he was going to make money?? im sure i was the only one who had ever called about it... hmm). in any case, netiquette wise, domain squatting is rude. it's passable if it's yourname.com and you're working on the website, but otherwise, sitting on it for years and years just makes the hosting company rich. note: if you want to use it in the future, keep it. i've had a few cutesey domains that i let go cause i wasn't using them, they're all squatted on now. so if you think you're going to use it, go ahead, if not, give it to the squatters to pay rent on.