@loren smith Your parents aren't cheap. They make different choices about where they spend their money. That's not the same.
@readyornot I'm not interested in it at all, but if you're writing a piece on it, I feel like it's pretty easy info to find, rather than not remembering.
@SterlingCooper05 Yeah, but he didn't say *where* he lived. In NYC or SF, 700k doesn't even put you anywhere extravagant.
@madrassoup This-he says his parents were 'cheap' but then says they send him traveling. Um.
Good points, all. BUT: "2 percent back on some things I don’t remember" You are writing an article on finance for a blog and you couldn't take five minutes to check on this??? Poor journalism.
Is anyone else just exhausted by all the variations on our drinks these days? All the decision-making makes me sleepy.
This article was obnoxious. Not only by their total lack of foresight into having a child, but in the way the author talks about how her body made her do it, and her "primal urges". Her failure to create a successful career in Maine led her to want to be selfless and raise a child? A PEACEMAKER?? This is ALL about her ego, otherwise she wouldn't pin so much of her BS on the forthcoming babe.
Ok, now you're just trolling them.
I want to re-arrange your apartment. Good stuff, though.
@@fo Yes, yes I am new to the internet and have never seen that, oh smug one. LOOK AT ME I CAN DO SARCASM TOO. My point being: it's easy to jump on the ass of someone about money, because it's very easy to make it black and white. It's numbers. It's also easy to jump on the ass of someone about parenting, but at least they have an equally subjective argument. People are shitty all over the internet, and people call them out about being shitty all over it too. Yeah, Logan is bad with money. We don't need to marvel at how a person like that could even exist, because we aren't like that.