For Those With More Money Than Brains
Apparently for some just owning an iPhone or iTouch isn’t cool enough. A German developer has now released an the I’m Rich Application the app displays a glowing red gem on your screen all for a mere $999.99 U.S. dollars. Yep, that’s right it doesn’t do anything. Gee, for that much I would expect to put a real ruby on my screen not just a virtual one. So, far no one has bought the application. If you are considering please send me a comment and I will put you in touch with a grad student who could use your extra cash.
Source: Fox News
Gas is Better Than Cash
In Zimbabwe, the economy has gotten so bad that citizens are using gas coupons are more valuable than the cash. The governement has banned the use of U.S. dollars. The exchange rate for new Zimbabwe dollars is 10 to 1 U.S. dollars or 1 billion old Zimbabwe dollars to 1 U.S. dollar. In an effort to help the ecconomy the government removed 10 zeros from the newly minted money. Read article in U.S. Today.
Who Popped Mr. Bubbles’s Bubble?
Remember Mr. Bubbles’ bath soap as a kid? Well, it seems that the childhood favorite may soon be gone. According to the New York Times, the company that owns the product has filed for bankrupcy. I used to love that stuff as a kid.
My Meds Made Me Do It
According to Fox News a former Wall Street banker, who should have known better, is attributing his gambling addiction and $3 million dollar debt to his Parkinson medication. The guy even has the nevre to sue the drug company. Ok, it is possible to that the drug may have lower inhibitions but he still chose to gamble in the first place. I’m tired of hearing of people blaming drugs for their lack of self-control or poor choices. It is time for some personal accountability people.
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When dealing with the insane, the best method is to pretend to be sane.” — Hermann Hesse
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