Megan tells us she doesn't think like a mathematician so she can tell us she solved her Rubik's Cube in/after grammar school "by extremely long trial and error." Thanks, Megan. I couldn't have gone through my day without another Megan!Fact. I guess writing about the relationship between economics and mathematics would just be boring and the little people don't want to hear about it.
Hey, here's an article on Bloomberg that addresses the collapsing economy. It seems the "Bank of America Corp., the second- largest U.S. bank, said profit dropped for a third straight quarter as the company set aside $6.01 billion for bad loans. "
Maybe Megan will mention it so she can say she doesn't understand why people don't pay off their loans because she pays off her loans every time.
Update: BINGO! Megan shows why she'll always be American's Sweetheart, plucky and predictable.
That depends on whether you want to walk away, stiff the bank, and end up
with a 150 point drop in your credit score that will severely impact your
ability to get a new house, or walk away even. Me, I borrowed the money, I try
to pay the money.
Megan, you'll always be Veruca Salt to me.