bitter blogging

Depressing News

October 16, 2011 · 30 comments

I hate to have two “downer” posts in a row, but I just can’t help myself. People suck. Bad. I don’t even know why I bother reading the news anymore as it just reminds me how broken this world really is. Here’s the latest reason (via a CNN article) I’ve lost hope for humanity… Janitor […]

I’ve been tracking the delivery of my iPhone 4s like a hawk. In fact, it should be getting dropped off at my door in the next few hours. I’ve been rockin’ the iPhone 3G like a boss for over three years now — longest I’ve ever had one phone — and it’s time for an […]

The thorn in my side.

October 10, 2011 · 51 comments

I like to consider myself a pretty good manager of money. Money comes in, and money goes out. It’s a simple process really. But no matter how hard I try, I just can’t seem to get a handle on the Ninja household average food budget. This one category is totally throwing my whole game off. […]

As much as I’d like to think only good things about customers of Bank of America (since some of you may fall in to that category), I’m seriously beginning to doubt their intelligence. I’m sure you’ve already heard the latest on why Bank of America sucks, but I couldn’t help but share my two cents […]

Okay kiddos. At the request one of my loyal Canadian readers, it’s time I go on another rant. This time we mean serious business. Do you remember my post about how much I hate cats? Well, if you multiplied my disdain for fury felines by eleventy-billion, that would be how much I hate black licorice. […]

Haterz gonna hate

September 26, 2011 · 30 comments

My girl Krystal over at Give Me Back My Five Bucks wrote a post the other day about her plan to accelerate her mortgage payments. The article ended up getting picked up by The Consumerist and getting over 170 comments. My favorite of those 170 comments was by far and away the first one. It […]

I was reading a news article this morning about Dave Ramsey’s Tennessee home, and by home I mean 13,000 square foot mansion. According to the article, Dave’s house is estimated to have a market value of approximately $10,000,000. I read about the 4,600sq/ft basement, the 18 shower heads in the master bath, and his $1,400/month […]