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Monday, August 15, 2016

Good morning crew,

Payday today. For months the wife and I have been trying to set aside extra cash for the upcoming European excursion, so this check is going to be divided up as; 40 percent toward next month's mortgage, 30 percent for this month's bills, 10 percent for daily expenses (e.g. coffee, snacks, gas, instant lottery tickets, etc...), and the last 20 percent is going to be reserved for bier and lederhosen.

The travel expenses have already been paid for, so I'm not sure what else I'm going to need cash for. A few post cards? Maybe a couple commemorative bier steins?

But, if experience (and sailing) has taught me anything, it's that it is better to be a little over-prepared.

Laugh it up,

Joe

joe@gophercentral.com

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