5 replies on “Here Comes Upper Class”

  1. somewhere inbetween 30~50 is wierd range for a lot of things financially… my dad used to say things like “we’re just too poor to afford college, and but too rich for you to go for free” … I dunno the specifics of back then, but the sort of trickle between middle class and working class is especially weird.

  2. That reminds me of my favorite moment from Roseanne. The family is broke and they’re waiting for the electric company to shut off their power. In the middle of the show all the lights go out and Roseanne says: Well, middle-class was fun.

  3. Haha, I just saw that episode the other day. Thank God for Nick @ Nite. (Roseanne is my all-time favorite sitcom.)

    Ditto what Thom said. I’ll probably never finish college.

  4. I read few of your posts about apartment search it seems that it really made you nervous.
    Few months ago I was looking for an apartment in Los Angeles (I got a job there). I couldn’t even think about difficulties which were waiting for me. I checked ads, went to agencies which offered houses, but nothing was as useful as Internet. Of course, I concentrated to my needs (considered the area I would like to live, made a list of my top housing priorities, considered amenities and etc. ), created my own note-taking system and allowed my self time. I could eliminate apartments which didn’t meet my needs. I saved time and money. I found beautiful apartment and I’m very satisfied with my new home.

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