How I Spent My Stimulus Dot Com

Friday, June 27, 2008 | 09:00 AM

Fascinating Site: howispentmystimulus.com is collecting stories and photos from people as to how they actually spent their $300 stimulus checks.

Its a crowd-sourcing project -- people self submit photos of what they purchased, along with a description.

As you would imagine, some of the stories are terribly sad. . . .

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I spent our stimulus check on the cable bill (which is north of a hundred dollahs a month) so I could watch the bottom pickers on the pump-monkey channel pick their bottoms, as they've been doing since last August.

Buy banks! Brokers and homebuilders too! Get in on the ground floor, my friends. Pick up some Fannie and Freddie, before they trade in the pink sheets. LOL.

Posted by: Jim Haygood | Jun 27, 2008 9:14:08 AM

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