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July 26, 2007

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sistasmiff

Good grief. Who knew you were so smart back in 5th grade?

sistasmiff

Good grief. Who knew you were so smart back in 5th grade?

The Financial Philosopher

Sistasmiff: Because being "smart" and wise are two entirely different things! Great to hear from you Sharon! Thanks for the comment...

Kent

Eric

In my experience money can't buy my own happiness, but it can buy happiness for others, at least temporarily. Try tipping a waitress at a diner $50 and see how it affects her mood for the remainder of the day.

The Financial Philosopher

Great point. I would be even more interested to see what the waitress would do with the $50...

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