Just say no to Wal-mart shopping sprees [Thursday, Jul. 28, 2005, 7:00 pm]
So it's really sad when I walk through Staples and see the perfect photo-editing software I've always wanted, for $90, and I know I can't buy it even though I have the money for it. But it's all part of discipline. If I bought everything I wanted, whenever I wanted it, I'd have been in debt a long time ago (either that or be working full-time and not attending school). So maybe I can get Adobe Photoshop elements 3.0 (I think that's what it was) next semester, once I'm sure I'll have the money for the year's tuition & books.
Like I've said before, being an English major is saving me money, because I won't have to buy nearly as many expensive textbooks as sceintific majors do. I get to buy paper-back novels instead.
Oh my goodness. My 4-year-old brother was just crying because he hurt his elbow. So I offered to kiss it for him and he responded, "No! It doesn't help!"
I'm crushed :-(
Rick Dicker: "We've frozen all of Syndrome's assets. If he even sneezes, we'll be there with a tissue and a pair of handcuffs."
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