Haha, as someone with a decent paying job that happens to be situationally homeless, I guess I'm a Carrie. But... 1) 4. I don't pay attention really but if I took enough prozac to maybe care about my life at all I'm good at that shit. I used to have spreadsheets and do my own taxes and everything back when I was married and a functional human being. 2) Yep. Yep. 3) God I hope I don't live that long. 4) Heh, no. 5) What's to be afraid of. Do what you need to do, who gives a shit.
Now you tell me.
That seems like a pretty good deal though. Pop up over the border to make sure my baby will have accessible healthcare for life? Fuck yeah.
Why can't I just wake up for work on time so I don't end up spending 99% of my paycheck on cabs?
Hahahahaha never move to Seattle.
It's worth mentioning that The Linkery has awesome food, too. Or did when I used to go there back in '06.
I have my best friend's name tattooed on my ass. I regret nothing.
@maddog I've been refusing to believe that they were ever in style and then maybe accepting it but refusing to buy one because I'm tall and will look pregnant/like a column/ weird.
$0 - no internet at home and no cable, just antenna channels, although we get a bunch of Canadian ones as well as the regular American ones so that makes it more interesting. Well, if you think that the fact that I'm now following hockey is interesting. I mostly watch TV and use the WiFi in bars, so if we're counting that as "Monthly Cable Bill" then... at least $500, I guess?