9 A.M. - Noon
Hometown: Grand Forks
Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing & Softball
We all know we should be saving and budgeting our money. It's easier for some than others. I found this interesting blog from credit.com that puts Americans into 4 groups when it comes to how we deal with money. I think I fall in between "The Dreamer" & "The Wander" categories- what about you?
1. The Perfectionists — (Comprehensive Planners) 19% of Americans
-They have some goals worked out and have an idea of what they’d like to achieve — they just haven’t yet worked out all the details.
-These consumers put forth the bare minimum and might get to the rest of planning later.
-In this group, consumers just kind of float from bill to bill without any strategic approach to money management.
That's the bad news...The good news is that it won't happen on our watch. It's 1.5 billion and 2.5 billion years away. The sun will expand into our atmosphere and boil us into fried flesh...That's if the human race doesn't find a way to jump to a "cooler" planet! Click the link for a more "scientific" explanation to what I'm saying. Of course that doesn't mean an asteroid outbreak or ailen invasion couldn't bring us down first! Try to have a good day none the less!
CLICK HERE for the article.
It's been talked about, but the writers of the show say it will only take place if all of the characters are on board...At this point that doesn't appear likely.
There's only been two show in the 2000's that we're MUST WATCH TV for me...Friday Night Lights and The O.C. Maybe it was because I used live in California, the female eye candy, or the fact that I wished I could wear a badass wifebeater like Ryan and of course the classic lines like "Welcome to The O.C. BI*CH" or Sandy Cohen telling Ryan..."You could do worse"!
Anyway, I sure hope it happens...I remember watching the show in 2004 with my new born boy at the time and his eyes lighting up everytime he heard the theme song...So here it is for you with some video from the show to bring back some O.C. memories for you!
First off, 21,000 plus in Fargodome and I think I was one of five guys at the show. Believe me, it had it's advantages! I had 3 beers at the show, so naturally I had to go to the bathroom 3 times. Never saw another dude in the restroom...Except a drunk college chick who said she couldn't wait in line in the Ladies rest room any longer. I told her to have at it. Ha!
Taylor is as sweet now at 22 as she was when I met her at 17. I was fully expecting DIVA status or that she would be a little jaded with the constant media attention to her love life. None of the above. She had something nice to say to everybody she met, (my blue eyes caught her attention ) which is something I've never experienced backstage other than when I met her 5 years ago. She had hugs for everybody and truly is the nicest super-star I've ever met...And I've met a few!
Her concert was a theatrical production. Complete with fire, smoke, lasers, dancers, numerous costume changes, two stages and one impressive concert. Nobody can argue that Taylor is one very good role model for today's youth. Her stories about life and how to deal with it, sure connected with her audience.
If you missed this show, you really did miss out! A+ for Miss Swift!
I'm suppose to be going backstage as well, so hope to have a picture for you next week sometime. Here is the lovely Taylor...Rumor around Hollywood is that Swift will star in a spy film called The Secret Service.
With Summer winding down and Labor Day right around the corner...This video caught my eye. I'm sure we can all relate! lol
Caption this photo??? "We're not in Hannah Montana anymore"!
Watch this video of a "one legged" baseball player and still tell me you can't do it!