Dec 2, 2003

I keep feeling like my financial situation is a terrible math word problem.

If Jack and Jill have a variable monthly income of X, fixed monthly bills of Y, variable monthly credit card bills of Z, an outstanding debt of Q resulting in J number of total payments, owe P per month on their car loan, eat out L times a week spending M on each outing, buy H number of plane tickets per year costing between R and T, and have $3.52 in their savings account, is it possible to survive month to month?

X - {Y+Z+P+[(LxM)x4]+{[(R+T)/2]xH}+(Q/J)+3.52 = I sure as hell hope so.

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