Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Dollar General Saves Christmas

A series of unforunate expendatures related primarily to my home and vehicles has led me to a sorry state of affiars. Specifically: of having only $480 to spend this Christmas. I must admit that I'm amaized at how much Christmas $480 WON'T BUY.

If you're like me, you hear $480, and think, "Hey, that's a lot of money."
Au Contraire. In the Christmas scheme of things, $480 is a pittance. It's barely worth mentioning. It's a feeble drop in the gaping maw of a devouring capitalist bucket.

Bless God for Dollar General, which I'd like to think feeds on the detritus of corporate evil as opposed to making executives fat on the blood of the working poor. I was able to buy my children toys which they are going to GENUINELY ENJOY for very little $$$. Niiiiiiiiice. :)

Add to the the 60% off jewelry sale at ShopKo, and I'm good, baby. I'm good.


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