@LookUponMyWorks The traditional IRA is the one you can deduct from your taxes this year. A Roth IRA, you still have to pay taxes on that money right now. Is that your question?
My fave thing to do with leftover pizza is to cut it up in small pieces, mix with an egg or two and fry it up. It's like a combination of pizza and French toast! So satisfying.
@BornSecular The last time I had leftover cilantro I put it in my food processor with lime juice and mayonnaise. So good. Actually, I must confess: that was the second-to-last time I had leftover cilantro. The last time, I forgot about it and it went bad. So I feel your pain.
@polka dots vs stripes I just don't enjoy playing it as much as games where people make up their own answers. I just politely chuckle at the recycled wit.
A few years ago I read a book about the Vietnam War in which people (American soldiers? reporters?) were wearing Abercrombie & Fitch. I guess it was a much different brand back then.
I've never even heard of ski tags, what does that make me?
Congratulations! I was thinking about pitching you guys a piece on my (uncomplicated) pregnancy costs, but then the baby took up basically all of my free time and mental acuity. It was... about $10 grand, due to a $4,000 yearly deductible and some genetic testing of dubious necessity. I don't mean to freak you out, but this stuff is really expensive. If you live in the NYC area (I think you do?) I have some baby clothes you might be interested in!
@michykeen Google autocomplete gives me "hated." Which is a valid question. Why, world?
When you go to Eataly, let everyone know so we can come stalk you. I mean, say hi. Yes, say hi and buy you gelato.
I got two boring, even ominous-looking, envelopes in the mail today and... they both had checks inside! A flu shot reimbursement from my health insurance provider and a check that a friend sent me via online bill pay to pay me back for something. Not a ton of money, but a nice surprise!