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I don't know why people throw Pennies everywhere like garbage. I always pick them up. According to Hindus, Goddess of Wealth is Lakshmi. Its an insult to her if money is thrown around in streets etc.
Post Office will break ur dollar if ur short of a Penny. That's how important a Penny is.
Don't have a smart phone. Don't know what they cost, but bet I'm saving a lot of money!
Just call me the Fred Flintstone of the 21st century!! I won't mind, because the jingle in my pocket is too loud to hear anything else!! LOL
One thing that the article doesn't mention is what city services provides for their residents at low or no cost.
My city has a gigantic wood mulch pile with free access to haul as much garden mulch one desires.
Another nearby city has a tree and yard waste recycling facility. One pays a nominal fee for bringing trees, brush and yard waste in and in return offers low cost compost and firewood much cheaper than lawn and garden centers.
Be careful about turning down the water heater to far, legionella loves to multiply in water below 140F, any money you might save can quickly be swallowed by medical bills. You can save hot water by installing low flow shower heads and washing whatever you can in cold water.
Pinching pennies will never make up for the increase in your Health Insurance Costs!!!
(Even though Hussein Obama promised that his new law would save people an average of $2500/year)
I guess Bozo thinks that an increase of $2500 is a "savings".
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Homeowners associations ban them and environmentalists love them. All that aside, though, a clothesline saves you money.