Friday, March 30, 2012

Friday Links

Hank Coleman wrote about creating passive income with a laundromat.  My grandpa owns a laundromat, and I think this is a great idea (assuming you can afford the start up costs).

W at Off-Road Finance wrote an article a couple of months ago that is amazingly thorough in its recommendations for how to plan a Las Vegas trip.

Zero Hedge posted a series of graphs comparing how the young and old have done in saving money between 1984 and today.  In short, the young are saving less, and the old are saving more.  It's eye-opening stuff.

Splitsider posted a history of the old television show "You Can't Do That on Television."  See, I knew Canadians were good at something because creating Shopping Detox and Financial Uproar.

Finally, Cracked has a great list of five ways modern men are trained to hate women.  There's a lot of truth here, even if it's written for a comedy site.

3 comments:

W at Off-Road Finance said...

Thanks for including me!

Bryan said...

Not a problem, W. I'm glad to have found your site.

Annabelle said...

I lived off of You Can't Do That On Television when I was a kid! Did you know Alanis Morrissette used to be on that show?

Thanks for the shoutout!