This may seem like an odd thing to say, but I don't spend a lot of time thinking about money. I go to work and I invest wisely, sure, but I tend to focus on things other than cash. This may explain why I don't go home and sleep on a bed made of Benjamins, but I'm not complaining. I don't live in a van down by the river, and one day, I will be able to afford both a Citroen SM and a small airplane at the same time. (You could argue that such a move would be redundant, but I digress.)

Today, Wojdyla wrote about a high-school kid who effectively traded an old cell phone for a Porsche Boxster. Bdinger was then prompted to outline a few of his recent financial choices in the comments. His choices make it look easy, and they also make me wonder if I should be thinking more about my wallet:

Well, I mean, sure, if you say it like that. Me, I refuse to believe that writing for the Interblag isn't the path to fame and fortune. (Fingers crossed, kids!)

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