Haven't done the cheap grab by pirating others' blog posts for a few days, so it's about time…
"…the cash-back bonus, like all such offers, is practically nothing, a little sparkly rhinestone on an otherwise ugly item that might toss a few pennies my way at the end of the year."
"If you are just starting out, don't take 3-10 months. You'll have a big hole in your resume plus you will be starving. Take what you can get and figure out what you don't want to do. Beware of 'finding' your dream job. Looking for a dream job is an excuse for not getting a job."
Via The Consumerist, a sad tale from Reader Ian:
"This time, they have increased my rates by $250! I call my agent to ask why, despite never ever having filed a claim, they had raised my rates again. They tell me that since I've been out of college for over a year, I'm no longer eligible for that good student discount. My transcripts haven't changed, but I guess I'm dumber now that I'm living in the real world and have all those real world responsibilities such as paying my own bills. I guess I'm just too stupid these days to understand the inherent logic of State Farm's premiums."
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