Punch Debt In The Face (Inside edition)

October 28, 2009

Seeing that I have absolutely no financial insight to provide today, I figured we can examine some random facts about Punch Debt In The Face. If you have no desire to be educated on my site then you better get out now. Let the learning begin… April 1st 2009: First post ever on PDIF. 160: Total […]

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We’re all screwed!

October 27, 2009

Have you heard about all the crazy new fees the big banks are tacking on to credit cards? I hadn’t until I watched The Today Show. Usually I don’t pay much attention to credit card fees. Why? Because I have never gotten one. I have ALWAYS paid my balance in full each month. Paying your balance […]

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Dear Sallie Mae

October 26, 2009

I’m sorry. I have called you some pretty mean names during the last 8 months of my blogging career. Whore bag, ho bag, douche bag, and just about any other kind of “bag” are some of the insults that come to mind. I have been rather harsh and feel that an apology is in order. […]

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Monthly Expenses: September (bonus edition)

October 23, 2009

Okay before I get on with my Sept expenses, I came across this HILARIOUS article about one mans attempt to pay his debt with a drawing of a spider. The first email is above, but to laugh even harder go here and check out the full email dialogue. If you’ve already seen this, then I’m pissed […]

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Who invented babies

October 22, 2009

Seriously who invented babies, or better yet, who invented the desire to have babies? A while back I wrote an article about the cost of having a kid. Recently, Budgets are Sexy posted up a little article, discussing children becoming a part of his future. The article reminded me of a conversation I had with […]

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Fly finances (pun intended)

October 21, 2009

If I could be any animal I would be a house fly. Okay, not really, I’d probably be a fire breathing squirrel, but house fly would be second on my list. Yeah I know flies are pretty gross looking and only have an average life span of about a month, but they do have one […]

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When in doubt, go overseas

October 20, 2009

My first international business trip has taught me some valuable life lessons. For example, don’t drink the water. Maybe I’m naive, but I only thought this was true for Mexico and Kazakhstan, didn’t know it was a virtually universal rule. Jet lag exists. I always thought it was some excuse people made for being cranky […]

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