Craig’s List truly is a marvel of the 21st century. As most of you know, it’s the leading online classified listing and is available just about anywhere in the United States. It serves as a virtual flea-market, in which you can purchase anything from auto-parts to the preserved severed hands of Eskimo children from the 1980s. That said, where Craig’s list can be a great place to find just about anything you need, it is also a place to show great caution lest you find out that your own Eskimo heritage has doomed you to a life of prosthesis.
This is an interview one of our writers had with an anonymous college student about his extremely fruitful career as a college street pharmacist. He speaks candidly and expresses his conflicting feelings on the medication in a very cogent manner. The following is an written account of the interview.
A lot of college students are probably a little clueless about how the whole credit card/credit score/consequences thing works. There’s something so tempting and magical about having a card in your hands that can deliver instant gratification, but it’s important to consider what can happen if consumers aren’t careful.
You know how when you’re in college you get your relatives gifts that cost a paltry sum a money to compensate for how broke you are. Well research now shows that those gifts are worth EVEN LESS in the minds of those receiving them.