I have a lot of sympathy, and admiration for the supermarket workers on strike, and I still go out of my way to avoid shopping at Ralphs, but how can anyone argue with 12 packs of Guinness for $10.
For the first time in a long time I actually have a bit of money in the bank. I can't decide what to do with it though. Common sense tells me to pay off my credit card, but I am very tempted to buy something nice. Maybe I should just leave it there in case of an emergency ... I just don't know. I've never been very good at saving money, and what's the point of worrying about a little debt. It's not like I really owe that much money anyway. I know plenty of people who owe five figures or more, while I literally owe a few thousand dollars. Hey, it's not like I see myself getting married, buying a house, and having kids anytime soon. The way I see it is, my credit is perfect, and I have so much of it, so why not put it too good use? Why do I always have to be the responsible guy..