April 30, 2008

Worthless. Shameless. Priceless.

Worthless.




Shameless.



Priceless.


17 comments:

Anonymous said...

You had trailer park WalMart clerks living in $500,000 houses. Only in America

Anonymous said...

Yep, another .25 drop...

Anonymous said...

Lets all trade in rice!

Anonymous said...

>> Let's all trade in rice!

I suggest a 1 grain to 1 dollar exchange rate

Anonymous said...

I bought 2 bags of Basmati rice for $12 only half a year ago.

1 Week ago, those same 2 bags were for $22. :)

Anonymous said...

I live near both a Sam's Club and a Costco. The mass hysteria is fascinating.

Yeah, basically rice has doubled.

Anonymous said...

YUM Basmati is the best!

Anonymous said...

Yuck. I never cared for Basmati Rice. Give me plain old brown rice over that Basmati crap anytime.

Bushluver

Fashionista said...

Buy the Basmonti for the rice and you get to keep the neat hand bag! I would suggest that one would want to match the bag with a light brown pair of Crocks for styl'n in the hood.

tangelo mozilo said...

I love the McMansion. It is the archetype of all McMansions.

About 4,500 square feet with all the architetural interest of a lego house. B. H. Latrobe and F. L. Wright are spinning in their graves.

Also note the lack of natural vegetation surrounding the McMansion. Obviously, it was built in the middle of a farmer's field, and sold to an "aspirational" buyer with plebian aesthetic sensibilities.

However, they do get props for the lush and uniform lawn, apparently created through the copious use of industrial fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides, which have since seeped into the local water supply.

It's everything that a McMansion should be: fake, wasteful, sterile, and bourgeoise.

Anonymous said...

the TLC network is planing a show on backyard rice gardens and how to profit!!

Richard Kiosaki is adding RICE DAD POOR DAD to his book line!!!

Anonymous said...

I bought and identical bag of rice like that several months ago - it will last me another 5 years I suppose.

Andrew from Russia said...

Wow, a $1 bill! Buys two square centimeters of a typical flat in Moscow - 50 times less than the size of the paper!

Anonymous said...

how's that crash treating everyone today? enjoy the 1.75% CDs everyone

Anonymous said...

http://www.readthehook.com/stories/2008/05/01/NEWS-foreclosure-C.aspx

The SWEETEST JUSTICE OF THEM ALL. A mortgage broker getting his ATM foreclosed, auctioned off and getting kicked out!! This moron did not even know of the concept of a deed in lieu (DIL). Bet he didn't know that you can't do a DIL if you have a second lien on the place!!

Anonymous said...

Rice, So?? It's about the cheapest food you can buy,,close to being free if bought in bulk. For 3 hours of minimum wage, you can buy a months worth of edible food, while you make $500 per month car payments on your prius, and spend the rest of your money on $4 Starbucks, and $6 beers down at the tavern, while complaining about food prices.
Oh,,and if you want to spice that rice up a bit, you can get an 18 lb bag of Purina Cat Food for $11. It's cheaper than rice and has more food value. You can whip up a fairly good looking dish with parsley flakes on top. Put this on your granite top counter and it will look right out of Gourmet Magazine.
Food in the USA is the cheapest in the world. Learn how to cook and stop buying pre cooked factory food wrapped in a pound of paper & plastic.

Anonymous said...

I'm trying to think this one out,,,,,
A Priceless 10 lb bag of Basmati Rice can be purchased with 10 worthless dollars?
You make $50,000 worthless dollars per year that can purchase 50,000 lbs of rice?
You can buy a priceless ounce of gold for 850 worthless dollars?
You can drive 25 miles for 4 worthless dollars in gas ---- so try walking.
What's really striking me as worthless is this childish goofy blog.