I will never undestand (sorry if it rambles)

I will never understand people (I think we all know a few)  who have to tell you all about every new tech gadget or goodie they buy. I always wonder if it is their attempt to be acknowledged for having everything under the sun or if they just like to brag. I am also puzzled when in the same sentence they state that they have trouble making end meet.

At that statement  I just think “okay if you really weigh your wants versus needs you can solve that problem."It may just be no that I’ve gotten older or maybe because I wound up in a lot of debt that I think this is an odd way of thinking. I had help from my parents to help me with my debt but still I will owe them for the rest of my life pretty much. With that in mind now I have learned to live on a budget somewhat and try my best to only buy what I need and leave the wants for when I have extra cash or a gift card. I think if we all tried to live with in our means things would be better for everyone.

In the end all I can say is that if you really need to tell people about everything you have from me you will hear this response, "Good for you.”

rollingstone:

With its chiming guitar and near-whispered vocal, the song begins meekly, almost anonymously. Addressing some love object, the singer observes: “You’re just like an angel/Your skin makes me cry.” Naturally, the singer doesn’t feel he measures up: “I wish I was special/You’re so very special.” We think we know what’s going on, but out of nowhere, another guitar intrudes with sick bursts of hacking-cough noise; the singer spits, “But I’m a CREEP!” and all hell breaks loose. Shimmering walls of distortion-soaked axes transform this wistful little idyll into a cyclone of self-loathing.

Radiohead released “Creep” 21 years ago today. Look back at our first feature on the band where they talk about the single they call a “freak” success.

rollingstone: With its chiming guitar and near-whispered vocal, the song begins meekly, almost anonymously. Addressing some love object, the singer observes: “You’re just like an angel/Your skin makes me cry.” Naturally, the singer doesn’t feel he measures up: “I wish I was special/You’re …