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Cleaning up and Sunday’s Best

The importance of making sure things are clean and well-behaved in life is vital (financially). However, if you are running a petit business the way I am here (small just doesn’t say how small it is), it is crucial to know what you have written and what is still hanging around in your archive of stories. I have started cleaning up my archives, and will continue to do so for the next month or so, and I may then change the look of this site as well (I am sick of it, and have been for a while).

With this cleanout, I may go back under 2000 posts, we shall see, but because I am wandering through the archives, my Tweet posts from the archives are much more interesting these days as well:

  • If you did Donate $25 a Week, you’d be surprised how much money you were actually giving away every year (and I am sure there are Charities that would love to have the money too).
  • With OK My Man I ranted about the lack of respect shown by many folks in the service industry, now I don’t get too rude with them in return, however, I do try to find ways to not use the service if this happens as well (i.e. vote with my feet).
  • With the iPhone being 5 years old and RIM announcing terrible numbers on that day, I figured I’d look back at my initial views on the iPhone.
  • With Occam’s Razor I took the concept to a financial point of view.
  • I figured I’d give some good news with If this gets paid off, ANY debt is payable! I remember when the actual cost of the Big Owe was published and I thought how can $1B get paid off by a city, well, it happened a while ago.
  • It’s important to keep things simple and that is the point with If You Hear Hoof beats…. , most of the times the obvious answer is the right one.
  • My Own Money Advice MeMe died with my post, but still a useful piece of advice.
  • Pay Day Loans, No, No, No! Points out my hatred of this industry, I will be attempting to extricate the 3rd party advertising that is allowing them to advertise on my site, in the next few weeks.

And for a little fun for Sunday, did you know how much Cookie Monster likes cookies?

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