@EA_Mann Wow you introduced me to two low cost carriers. Thanks :)
Try Virgin Mobile or Nelnet for a cheaper cellphone and service. I've seen BestBuy sell Virgin Mobile smart phones for as little as ten dollars.
@Jeanni me!!! I wonder how hard it js to become a Danish citizen.
@Marille LOL what a cruel thing to say.
About 60 bucks for Spotify 20 bucks on iTunes 12.99 for Beyonce's CD
@Aconite Do you really see guilt in this article? I just see a Black woman writing about her life experience and how that plays into her financial life via living in a high cost city where she doesn't feel like the other. As Allison said, all of these things intersect. For an example, I pay about 1k dollars per month to live in a building with security because I am a woman where as my brother lives in a basement apartment for 600.00 per month because he does not have the same fears that I have. You could also make the argument about money spent on grooming female/male.
@peutetre Thanks, that is exactly what I was getting at.
@garli "Weird hair" Please explain?
@TheDilettantista it's about treating humans like they are snimals in a petting zoo and sometimes not having enough respect for the person to ask before touching. Or even becoming angry when told "no you can't touch my hair".
@beastlyburden Totally agree. I just want to add that as A Black person whenever I see those low cost city on the Billfold they make my day. I just wonder if those places are safe and/or healthy for me to live as a Black person. Whenever I travel internationally, I always check the works of Black travel writters, friends who travel, bloggers, message boards etc... to find out what places are safe for me to visit. Like Spain is 50/50 and I'm sure Greace isn't totally okay for me to visit because of the current economic situation. *le sigh* It's just this added burden to bare in addition to being a woman and all that comes with that.