bitter blogging

Having to buy hundreds of thousands of cars that you didn’t want in the first place. Who would do such a thing? You and me baby. Today is the day GM files, or filed depending on when you read this, for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Chapter 11 bankruptcy, for those that don’t know, basically means GM […]

I decided to partake in a little Memorial Day tennis activity yesterday with a good college friend. After we established a time to play, I volunteered to purchase new tennis balls (we are kinda spoiled we only play with fresh balls each time). There is a Rite Aid awkwardly close to my house, and although […]

Freakin’ California

by Ninja on May 21, 2009 · 6 comments

So I live in California, the most powerful state in the country…and by powerful I mean embarassing. If you not aware, we had a special election yesterday for a bunch of different ballot measures that attempted to “help” California meet it’s budget. Essentially, nothing passed and Californians made it pretty clear they are fed up […]

I try to avoid Wal-Mart whenever possible. I have read to many sketchy things about the way they treat their employees to shop there on a regular basis, not to mention it’s always crowded and I feel like I need to take a cold shower when I leave. Also, I’m a fan of supporting the “little guy” […]

Looks like this debt puncher is going back to college. That’s right, I’m gonna get me a PhDizzle and I owe it all to Upromise. I signed up with them after I graduated college, about two years ago. I have my account linked to my credit card, which I use for EVERY purchase I make […]

How do you help the helpless?

by Ninja on March 26, 2009

“I’ve always been lazy, I can’t change.“ This was a quote from one of the kids that I tutor, oh wait, tutored. That’s right I was forced to resign on Monday by the young chaps’ parents…and honestly I can’t blame them. I’ll give ya a little background on this kid. His parents are ridonkulously wealthy […]

California is expensive

by Ninja on March 20, 2009 · 1 comment

How much would you pay for the sunshine? Is it worth a 10% income tax? How ’bout a housing market few can afford? I personally think California is overrated. I grew up in the Pacific Northwest and after living in California for 6 years I have realized it’s just not worth the cost. Not only […]