March 15, 2019
Good morning crew,
Today is an important day. And that is, namely, payday. Unfortunately, my paycheck is already spent.
About 50 percent of my check is set aside for next month's mortgage payment. About 25 percent will go to phone, utilities and cable. Another 15 percent will go to insurance. 5 percent to fuel, 15 to food and household supplies and another 15 to entertainment...
Hang on a minute...
Laugh it up,
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For the first few months of her co-op job for the state of Georgia, my sister had nothing to do, so she surfed the Web or did crossword puzzles. One day she expressed her boredom to a co-worker.
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