Half an hour before I have to leave for choir, so this will be short. Videlicet: go here, read these!
At Planting Our Pennies, Mr. & Mrs. PoP ponder a major plant question.
Evan at My Journey to Millions reports on a California law concerning liability for interference in an expected inheritance, very interesting, indeed.
Ever take your car to one of those oil-change places only to have them try to upsell you to a bunch of other (unnecessary!) services? Over at Blue Collar Workman, TB explains how to get your car’s oil changed without getting ripped off.
I suppose you imagine PF bloggers have no sense of humor, eh? Well, check out eemusing’s new “Open Letters” post over at Musings of an Abstract Aucklander. 😀 She promises to make this a series. We can only hope!
And there’s gentle humor in Money Beagle’s post on a new vision of NFL football.
101 Centavos contemplates the possibilities in second-guessing (or even first-guessing) the investment opportunities presented by the gun-owning public’s uncertainty about the future. Interesting pair of posts, of which this is part 2.
Revanche, a particularly evolved type of working stiff, reflects on the sociopsycho-ecology of working space in an entertaining rant at A Gai Shan Life.
Mrs. Accountability drives her employer’s van home. Protecting her from herself, it kindly locks her out and creates a spectacular new annoyance.
I must fly! Have a grand Saturday!!