@francesfrances If you divide the amount I've spent on lunch with the number of work days this month, I've spent less than $3 a day on lunch, so I think I'm doing? Also, there has definitely been a regime change, and I only buy coffee occasionally now. :)
@rhinoceranita I'm on my own financially, and am working on paying off student loans. But instead of trying to buy myself a house, I'm trying to help my parents pay off theirs.
@pengu1n The feature before this was about someone moving their life in Canada, our feature yesterday was about someone having a near-death experience and changing jobs while living in Athens, Georgia, and our feature on Friday was about a student living in San Luis Obispo, Calif. trying to figure out how to pay for college after her parents cut her off. We're not New York all the time, I swear.
Yes, you've already made this argument before, and I presented you with data from the BLS showing that despite self-checkout registers being introduced in supermarkets a decade ago, it hasn't caused a decrease in cashier jobs. Further, studies have shown that people prefer checking out with a real cashier over self-checkout. Finally, a burger chain like In-N-Out pays their workers a starting rate of more than $10 an hour—well above the minimum wage, as well as offering employees a retirement plan. In-N-Out's president has an estimated wealth of $500 million dollars, according to Forbes. Half a billion dollars. You can pay workers a decent wage and still be filthy rich.
Yes, that is the question, though I would be flying here every month for meetings. Also I lived in Queens for four years for dirt cheap and could always move back if I felt like it. I like my apartment now because I live two blocks from four of my closest friends (I find value in that), and my landlord hasn't raised my rent in three years.
Hah, they taped while I was at work, but they took pictures of him hanging out in my kitchen and sent them to me.
On The Only Thing You Need to Read on National Coffee Day Is This 'History of the Latte Factor' by Helaine Olen
Hah, not quite sure, but I just went with it while putting it together.
For those interested, Giancarlo says you can reach him at this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yup! This is the website: http://medadmissions.ca/