If possible, I did less around the house this weekend than last weekend, but I’m making up for it on July 6th. I scheduled Junk Removal with 1-800 Got Junk? to get rid of the gigantor wood pieces of our old bed, a broken ironing board, a busted stand fan, and a shitload of enormous cardboard boxes that I’ve been too lazy to break down. I then scheduled a Repair Ticket with Ess Bee Fucking See to come out and see why our phone don’t work no more. So I’ll be working at home on Wednesday while junk is removed from my home and the phone is fixed. After that, I’ll be on to my next big project: trying to find a way to get rid of my truck. If Erin and I could somehow get to a place where we only use 1 car, we could save at least $1000/mo in expenses (gas, car payment, car insurance, etc.) It would be tough, but I think once gas gets to $5/gal it’s going to be a tad bit rougher if I’m still driving Monstroso the gas-eating machine. There’s no way I’ll get what I owe on the loan (we’ll call it Y), so I may have to sell it for value X, get a bank loan for Y-X and then just pay that off. It’s shitty, but I think the long run benefits outweigh the short run costs. Remember, gas will not always be free. If there’s only one thing you ever learn from this website it’s this: think long and hard about what you would do if gas were to go to $10/gal. Think seriously about it; the time may not be in the far future. Now think of the repercussions, economy-wise and society-wise.