We have a double premiere tonight. The Walking Dead on AMC, and the Yakezie Carnival on 101 Centavos.
There are some who are unfamiliar with zombies, their origins and nature. But let us not be deterred by lack of knowledge, for Wikipedia is ready to edify:
to life by mystical means, such as witchcraft. The term is often figuratively applied to describe a hypnotized person bereft of consciousness and self-awareness, yet ambulant and able to respond to surrounding stimuli. Since the late 19th century, zombies have acquired notable popularity, especially in North American and European folklore. In modern times, the term “zombie” has been applied to an undead race in horror fiction, largely drawn from George A. Romero‘s 1968 film Night of the Living Dead. They have appeared as plot devices in various books, films and in television shows.
On to the Carnival!!!
Simply Investing: Top 3 Tips for Successful Investing – The beginning of the new year is a great time to plan for the future. Plan on how you will be able to earn more passive income this year than last year. Here are 3 tips to help you earn more…
The Dividend Ninja : Why Should I Invest in Bonds? Part-1 – These days, bonds are getting a bad name. Stock markets are off to a tremendous start in 2012, dividend stocks are outperforming, and not surprisingly investors are losing their confidence in government issued bonds. There are three main reasons why investors are spooked with bonds…
Funancials : Market Update: Snowboarding on the Stock Market – When Burton first introduced snowboards back in the 80′s, they were for lack of a better term, runaway death machines. They did not have metal edges and were very hard to control, especially in less than ideal conditions. Read how I tie this into the stock market!
Financial God : The Role of Money in the Financial Crisis – There is an interesting post by Jeffrey Tucker on the Mises Institute of Canada about the ongoing ‘crisis of capitalism’. If one is talking about the current world economic order, then there is indeed a crisis going on, but it all depends on how you define the word ‘capitalism’.
Beating The Index : Stock Updates: Aroway Energy, Hyperion Exploration, Palliser Oil and Gas – Aroway Energy : This stock, the one that got away, has performed superbly in the past months particularly in a difficult year such as 2011 where it outperformed
Your Finances Simplified : Stock Primer for the Novice Investor – When it comes to investing money, the very first thing that comes to mind is putting it aside as savings. What people fail to realize is that this is not a productive way to invest their money. Read my primer and learn the way!
Invest In 2012: Facebook IPO = Ponzi Scheme 2.0 – The following are the reasons why you definitely SHOULD NOT invest in the upcoming Facebook IPO.
Pathway to Trading: Eurozone and Bernanke’s Speech Do Not Fuel Market – Reviewing recent market action indicates stocks could be at the precipice. Influences favor the bear for a change.
Passive Income To Retire : Types of Investments – Read about different types of investments that are not the typical types of investments.
Your Finances Simplified : Stock Primer for the Novice Investor – When it comes to investing money, the very first thing that comes to mind is putting it aside as savings. What people fail to realize is that this is not a productive way to invest their money. Read my primer and learn the way!
Money Q&A : What’s The Difference Between Index Funds and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) – At first glance, many investors simply do not understand the difference between index funds and exchange traded funds and how they can fit into your investments.
Thirty Six Months: How to use a mock investment portfolio – One of the best ways to start feeling comfortable with investing is by using a mock investment portfolio.
On Money and Spending and Saving…
Love the show, but one thing I can’t figure is how few guns they have. First thing I’d do is find me a gun shop, and load up on some serious firepower. Sheriff Rick’s .357 Colt Python is one awesome wheelgun, but still, some kind of semi-auto battle rifle might come in handy enough. Something with a 30-round banana clip vs. just 6 in the cylinder. By the way, a .357 Python is an excellent investment if found in good condition and under $800-$900. They’re not making any more of them.
There’s a time to save, and a time to spend.
“In those moments where you’re not quite sure if the undead are really dead, dead, don’t get all stingy with your bullets. I mean, one more clean shot to the head, and this lady could have avoided becoming a human Happy Meal. Woulda… coulda… shoulda.” — Columbus, “Zombieland”
Modest Money: Starbucks Coffee Prices Brewing A Hole In Your Wallet – Most coffee drinkers are sure to know that their daily habit adds up to a lot of money. What they might not realize is how that habit may be affecting their other financial decisions.
TotallyMoney: The difference between what you want and what you need – A simple checklist to help you decide if that new purchase is necessary.
My Broken Coin : Spending That I Can Afford – January was not an easy month. I felt unhinged. I felt content. I was a bitch. I was a good friend. I was rude. I was sweet. I expected a lot. I expected very little. I was happy. I was blue. I was sick. I was all over the place. All shopping bills are paid.
Money Reasons : Are You A Money Hoarder? – Are You A Money Hoarder? Have you ever thought about it? Do you hide a lot of money in your house?
Frugal Confessions : The Zero Sum Financial Game: Ideas to Help You Juggle the Month – At the end of the month you need for all bills to be paid, savings goals to be met, and for your checking account to have a balance of at least zero!
Shared Financial Success: Do You Make These 10 Savings Mistakes? – Not everyone is a super saver but make sure you don’t makes these simple mistakes.
Broke Professionals : The Most Painful Annuity – Alimony, which is taken from the Latin derivation for sustenance, is a court declared contract where a man or women is obligated to receive monetary compensation from their spouse, after their divorce or separation. While the term and concept has been changed since modern times, its origins can be traced way back to ancient history The Most Painful Annuity!
Squirrelers: Anchoring: How Psychology Can Influence Our Money Choices – When making money choices, we sometimes get fixated on a certain point of view or bias. This post explores this concept of anchoring as it relates to money-related choices we make, and how psychology can play a role in our decisions – whether we realize it or not.
Saving Advice: Four Important Reasons to Harp on Small Expenses – It’s not that you shouldn’t have any fun or enjoy anything. You just can’t do it all of the time and expect financial success. Financial people are hard on frivolous expenses because you have alternatives and we know how overpriced they are. We also know that they are sometimes the hardest things to weed out because people cling stubbornly to these last indulgences.
Money Cone: A Powerful Technique to Supercharge Your Savings – We all like to save money. What we don’t realize is how much small, everyday savings add up. I’m going to tell you about a powerful savings technique, that has been fun, addictive and quite profitable (no pun intended!)
HowToSaveMoney.ca: What Exactly Is the Best Canadian Rewards Program? – Taking advantage of a good promotion can easily yield more rewards in one purchase than you could collect in a 5 year period of earning them at the regular rate!
Smart on Money: 9 Common Ways You Could Be Wasting Your Money – If you are trying to figure out what has happened to your budget, and trying to pinpoint where your money is leaking away to, here are 9 common ways that you could be wasting your money:
Darwin’s Money : Your President Is Lying About a ‘Strong Dollar Policy’ – Why Dollar Weakness Matters – I couldn’t help but notice today that Pfizer started the trend we’ll see from every multinational today blaming lower 2012 forecasts on a stronger dollar (CNBC).
On Work and Career…
The proper disposal of zombies can be hard work with tools other than firearms. The fastest way is of course the classic double tap to the head. Although little is known of zombie physiology, many unlucky souls have found out the hard way that zombies can survive shots to chest center mass long enough to take a bite or two.
First and foremost, when you shoot a gun try and aim for the head shot, because in too many films have I seen some rather dumb people just waste valuable ammo shooting the zombies shoulders and chest, one head shot seems to do it and if you can’t shoot straight, it’s best to go to a shooting range to practice your gun skills, because if you don’t you will probably be that bad at shooting a gun, you will pop a cap in some poor bastards arse who may not be a zombie and that would be bad.
You Have More Than You Think: 20 Rules to Follow After You Quit Your Job – 20 rules to follow in order to be a successful entrepreneur.
The Ultimate Juggle : How to Get a Raise – Find out how to get a raise. By applying these tactics, you will be on your way to getting a raise.
Young Family Finance : Financial Benefits of Not Having Kids – Discover some of the financial benefits of not having kids. It may surprise you to know the true costs and what you are saving by not having kids.
Married (with Debt) : Job Loss Protection: An Emergency Plan – If you are facing job loss or want to plan for job loss, it is a smart idea to have a Job Loss Emergency Plan. Read on for ways to protect your family and prepare for the worst.
Invest It Wisely: How to Quit Your Job with Grace – Whether you are leaving for personal reasons, for another job, or to go independent, there are several things you need to consider before you make it official. Once you are ready, you should then leave your job with grace.
There are times that your primary firearm may jam, or you just simply run out of ammo. Good then to have some insurance in the form of a sharp cutting implement, all the better to whack off them zombie heads. Or a bitchin’ crossbow.
Personal Finance Whiz : Is Health Insurance Worth It? – Health insurance is one of the most important types of insurance you can have. Heath care costs in the U.S. are ridiculous! Even a simple inpatient procedure can cost you in excess of $10,000. If you don’t have insurance one trip to the hospital could put you under serious financial strain!
Free From Broke : How to Save Money on Auto Insurance – Easy Ways to Save Money – Auto insurance is expensive. But there are easy ways to save money on car insurance. See how to save money on auto insurance. The savings may surprise you.
Edward Antrobus: Why Cash Value Life Insurance Might Be a Better Option Than Term – Everybody says skip cash value life insurance and buy term instead. But just because they’re everybody doesn’t mean they’re right. This post is why I believe that for some people, cash value life insurance may actually be a better deal. Basically my argument breaks down to two points. Financial psychology, such as that used in the debt snowball, and risk tolerance.
WealthNerd: Improve Your Long-Term Health and Supercharge Your Day For Under $1 – How to eat breakfast on-the-cheap while dramatically improving your overall health and well-being.
Zombie-killing. Bloody taxing, it is….
The Penny Hoarder : The #1 Most Overlooked Tax Deduction Could Save You $1,000 – There’s free money available to people who invest in retirement accounts, but the money is often overlooked. Many low-income individuals could qualify for the Saver’s Credit. It’s a tax deduction that could put up to $1,000 in their wallets.
The Extra Money Blog: Optimize Your Vehicle Deduction if You Own a Business and Get Money Back from Uncle Sam – Uncle Sam allows us to opt for the deduction in two ways, by either claiming the miles we drove for business, or the actual vehicle expenses we incurred that can be attributed to the business. If you drive a 4 cylinder Honda Civic, you are likely better off going the mileage deduction route. But what if you drive a 6 cylinder truck or a luxury SUV? Does it cost the same amount to run a larger, more expensive vehicle than a small four cylinder four wheeler?
The Loonie Bin Blog: Things to think about before tax season – Pay now or pay later; the Government will get your refund back eventually.
Narrow Bridge Finance: Should I Itemize My Deductions? – Every year, millions of Americans gather up their W2, 1099s, and other various forms to file their federal income tax forms. About 33% of all Americans itemize their deductions. It is important to understand how itemized deductions work to ensure you get the best tax rate possible.
Faith and Finance: Where is My Tax Refund? – If you’ve filed your taxes already and you’re expecting a tax return this year, you’re probably asking, “where is my refund?”
MoneySmartGuides : Your 401(k): How Much Are You Paying? – I’m not a huge fan of writing about taxes. Most readers aren’t big fans of reading about taxes. I can’t lie, so unfortunately this post is about taxes. Please don’t go. I promise this is very important information and it help you!
On Debt and Credit …
That’s one good thing about a zombie apocalypse. No more banks. Go ‘head and cut up those credit cards, flip the bird to that student loan, and say “Bite me!” to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Don’t say that to zombies, though. They’ll take you up on it.
Personal Finance Journey : 3 Tried and True Ways to Find Money to Snowflake on Debt – Are you in debt? If so, you are in company with millions of Americans. However, 2012 can be the year that you resolve to be debt free or to significantly reduce your debt. My preferred method of paying down debt is two pronged, use the debt snowball and read my other methods on my site!
Thousandaire : 8 Financial Behaviors that Piss Me Off! – You know you hate it when people dig for exact change when they are in line in front of you. Here are all my least favorite financial behaviors.
Newlyweds on a Budget : Traveling vs. Saving – Is it okay to travel when you’re paying down debt and saving money?
Finance Fox : Get Your Free Credit Report – Honestly, it’s FREE! – Small business web hosting offering additional business services such as: domain name registrations, email accounts, web services, FrontPage help, online community resources and various small business solutions.
Steadfast Finances : The Best Online Credit Tools – Your credit report can say a lot about you to a future creditor, landlord or even employer. There are many online tools that allow you to monitor and fix your credit.
Master the Art of Saving : Sometimes It’s Good to Feel the Pain…of debt – We didn’t feel the pain of paying off our debt because we took the easy way out. The problem wasn’t just the debt; it was the lack of budgeting and being really stupid with our money. We made it a whole two weeks without using credit cards to pay for stuff we couldn’t afford. After that, we went right back to everything we were doing before.
Little House in the Valley: Beware of a Popular Credit Card Scam – I’ve had the worst luck lately with my Visa card and much of it leads back to just one type of retailer; the gas station.
Financial Success for Young Adults : The Five Components of a Credit Score – How can I improve my credit score? There are five components to credit card scoring and if you want to improve your FICO score pay attention.
“Money Talks Coaching: I’m Debt Free!!! (except for the mortgage) – Well, we did it! On Feb 1st we paid off our last chunk of consumer debt. It feels good.
Sustainable Life Blog: Hurdles on the Way to the Goal – Hurdles on the way to my debt repayment goal
Everything Finance Blog: Got Rid of Debt, all $38k of it! – In January of 2008 my husband and I had $38,000 in consumer debt with total monthly payments of almost $950. On February 1st of this year I paid off the last bit of that debt. I’m finally debt free!!
KrantCents : The 3 C’s of Success – The 3 C’s of Success is the third in a series of articles to help you reach your goal. What are your goals? I know you thought about it! You know, it is your dream, wish or resolution you made! Before you can get to where you want to be, you need to know where you have been!
Money Beagle: What I Got Done In January – On my quest to remain organized and clutter free, here was the update for the first month!
Live Real, Now: Crying Is for Winners – I’m not opposed to teaching kids not to cry under most circumstances, but just after an intense competition, I love it. It means he was trying with everything he had. It means he is–or will be–a winner.
Watson Inc: Do You Have The Courage To Be Wealthy? – Many of the activities required to become a self-made multimillionaire involve forsaking conventional wisdom and overcoming adversity. One must have resolve and courage to do so. Let’s explore three ways courage can be instrumental in building wealth.
Investor Junkie: Wealth is Much More than about Money – Wealth is a state of mind. Hear me out before you think I’m a nut job for making this statement. I know this sounds a little weird and metaphysical, but from my experience it’s true.
Novel Investor: Two Guaranteed Ways To Improve Your Finances – No matter how you dress it up, rewrap it, spin it, discuss it on a per item or action basis, improving your finances only comes down to two things.
Around the Home…
Is your home sweet home ready to repel hordes of flesh-eating zombies?
20s Finances : Furnishing Your Apartment from Ikea? – If you are looking to furnish your first apartment, you may be wondering where the best place to buy your major items from. There are many great stores to choose from these days and it is hard to establish the best place. While I often suggest that craigslist is the best place to buy items because it ensures that you are not paying the mark-up price for a new item.
Thriftability: Can Your Finances Handle Home Ownership? – Owning a home is known as “The American Dream.” Saving money for a down payment on a home can be one of the hardest – or easiest – things you’ve ever done, depending on your financial situation. When you’ve saved that 20% for the down payment, where do you go from there… and what considerations should be made in regard to mortgages and financing, home owner’s insurance, and other variables that may exist?
Frugal Living: Do It Yourself: A Guide to Frugal DIY – If you have two left hands when it comes to tools and the depressing inability to use a ruler, you probably shouldn’t be doing “do it yourself” around the house, no matter what “it” is. Most of us fall somewhere in the middle of the inept-to-competent spectrum, though, so our problem is trying not to get in over our heads. My tips for doing it yourself, frugally, are below.
Living in Financial Excellence: How to Survive the Bad Housing Market – The housing market has been pretty cruddy for several years now but there are good signs of improvement. Today I interview my friend and realtor Kim Werla about the state of the real estate market at the local and national level.
Family Money Values: Real Estate Investing Resources – More Real World Experience – In a prior post Real Estate Investing Resources – Real World Experience I gave you some of the articles from a network of financial bloggers (Yakezie) that spoke to the investment and potential income aspects of various types of real estate investing. I think it is very important to consider whether you are cut out to be a landlord – so here are some more real world experience posts about property management and landlording!
CultOfMoney: Refinancing your home mortgage, save thousands for what you have now – Appropriately refinancing your home mortgage is likely the pinnacle of the frugal living meme that you can accomplish in your lifetime. Go ahead and compare this to not buying a coffee every morning, or living like a pauper for 30 years. You can save thousands of dollars by refinancing, and still have the exact same house you have now! And most people don’t put in the few hours of effort that it takes, essentially turning down consulting work paying several thousand dollars an hour.
There’s not a whole lot to learn about zombies. Not that you’d want to sit down and have a conversation with one. Just whack their head off. The only good zombie is a double-dead zombie.
Money Spruce : Is a Master’s Degree Worth It? – Advanced degrees aren’t all they’re cracked up to be. They won’t guarantee you your dream job. They won’t ensure happiness in life, either. But they will cost you a lot of money if you’re not careful. At age 26, I’ve already completed my Bachelor’s and Master’s degree. That’s not me bragging by any means.
Canadian Personal Finance: 3 smart credit tips for College Students – As a college student you have the awesome opportunity (and advantage) to score a series of products and services at great rates if you build a good credit portfolio early on. Since most college students are 25 and under, there’s an excellent chance you have not lived long enough to completely or irrevocably screw up your credit.
Grocery Alerts: Top 5 Couponing Myths – The following are a few of the common misconceptions that held me back from starting couponing any earlier, and I hope that clearing up a few of these myths will save you from waiting as long as I did to start saving!
After College Money: 3 Ways to Earn Extra Cash – Here are three easy ways for people to make some extra cash. It is my first numbered post.
Cents To Save: Six Ways to Re-Purpose Common Household Items – One of the greenest things you can do is purchase long-lasting products and then find ways to re-purpose them once they’ve served their usefulness. After re-purposing, there’s recycling. However, if you’re creative, you can first find new uses for almost anything before recycling. Here are some ideas…
The Amateur Financier: Getting Ready for College: Advice for Students – Some advice on preparing for college, with a particular function on getting your finances in order for college payments.
The Happy Homeowner: How I Obtained a Masters Degree from Harvard for $500–without Scholarships – In this post, I bust the myth that graduate education must cost and arm & leg and require copious amounts of student loans. My Ivy League education set me back a mere $500!
Investor’s Watchblog: A Course at College, But Not a College Course – This blog post is about a current “free lunch” type scam going on in Atlanta. Pat Huddleston warns us of these types of scams and tells us why we need to look out for them and how to do it.
As long as there’s zombies shuffling around looking to snack on fresh organic free-range humans, there’s work to be done. Don’t you quit on me now…
One Cent At A Time: How much do you need to save for retirement – Are you over-saving or under-saving for your retirement? You can’t know before you do some calculation. Determine if your retirement saving is taking pre-retirement pleasures away. Its important to calculate exactly how much you need to save every month to reach your retirement target.
Sense to Save: How much money will you need to retire? – This post will help you determine how much money you’ll need in retirement. You’ll establish a projected retirement budget, factor in inflation, pensions and Social Security, and finally calculate how much you’ll need in your nest egg at retirement.
My Retirement Blog : How Much Do I Really Need to Retire? – Retirement. Spending time with your family. Travel. Doing what you want to do, when you want to do it. It’s a wonderful pipe dream that practically anyone over 50 indulges in now and then. (Or even younger.) But in addition to all the uncertainty about Social Security, there’s more to consider, including rising Medicare costs.
Beating Broke: The Lending Club IRA: Peer to Peer Lending Enters the Retirement Realm – Many of us struggle to put money away for our retirements. Do we really want what little money we have put away in an investment that carries as much risk as Lending Club notes carry? I like risky investments, but even I don’t think I’d want all of my retirement money in these notes.
Free Money Wisdom: Why You Need a Retirement Plan and How to Create a Sturdy One – Even though it is common knowledge that starting to save for retirement as early as possible is the best practice, some still ask, “Do I really need a retirement savings plan at all?” One reason the answer to that question is an emphatic “YES” is that you never know what the future will bring and unexpected and sudden circumstances may arise.
Smoochy-Smoochy Kissy-Kissy! It’s Valentine’s Day!
Rule #45 – Don’t kiss a Zombie.
Smart Wealth: My How Valentine’s Day Has Changed – With Valentine’s Day around the corner, I was inspired to write a blog, not about how frugal my wife and I intend to be or about how to cut corners to make it a cheap Valentine’s Day, but I wanted to share my experience about how much I had spent on this single day in the past
PT Money Personal Finance: 30 Ridiculously Cheap Valentine’s Day Ideas – Tips for lessening the Valentine’s Day expense for the whole family.
The Millionaire Nurse: A Valentine’s Day: Make A Choice – Just like Christmas, it’s easy to let commercialization and materialism ruin a beautiful idea. Don’t stress your relationship over this over-hyped holiday. Now-go make love not war!
RamblingFever Money: Spending Money for Sex on Valentine’s Day – Who knew? Nearly all of the spending and gift giving that accompany Valentine’s day revolve around one thing, sex. Sex sells and companies know it. Learn how you are being taken advantage of. Better yet, learn how to take advantage of your significant other.
Back to the Walking Dead show, how come these people are never worried about food?
Cash Flow Mantra: Earnings Reports from Around the Personal Finance Blogging World – I wanted to find links to various earnings reports around the web for January 2012 and encourage myself and others that it simply is a matter of keeping the nose to the grindstone (or should I say fingers to the keyboard), produce good and useful content and eventually the earnings and traffic will take care of itself.
poor Student: Blogging costs – If you have ever thought of starting your own blog, there are some up front costs you need to pay before you can even begin thinking about writing great content or how you will make money.
My Journey to Millions: My Net Worth Update – From January 2011 to February 2012 my net worth has increased 85.97%
Money Is the Root: Blog Goals and Updates 2012 – #5 – I managed to reach my blogging income goal for January with $5 to spare. Now that I have 5 sites, February is shaping up to be a very busy (and hopefully productive) month.
Making Sense of Cents: Analyzing My Job and What matters to you? – I’ve noticed that a lot of readers and bloggers are currently looking for a new job. This might help steer you into the direction that you want to be in. Here are the 7 factors that everyone should consider when analyzing your job as a whole.
Teach Them Well…
“Steady as you go, son, aim for the head”
Parenting Family Money: Financial Literacy: What to Teach Younger Children – It’s important to start teaching financial literacy to your children from when they are young. See what to teach then and when.
Smart Family Finance : How We Taught Our Daughter about Saving: Top Family Finance Posts #4 – Teaching your daughter how to save is a challenging task. This is how my family taught my daughter at the age of three.
The MoneyTrail Blog: Teaching Money to Preschoolers through Play – We can use playtime with preschoolers to set the foundation of financial literacy. Here are some fun activities to get you started.
Take good care of your health. In a Zombie Apocalypse, doctors will be few and far between, and probably just as likely to want to eat you as cure you.
“The first rule of Zombieland: Cardio. When the zombie outbreak first hit, the first to go, for obvious reasons… were the fatties.” – Columbus, Zombieland – 2009
Passive Family Income: Healthy Lifestyle Change #1 – Eliminating Soft Drinks – I have decided to make a conscious effort this year to start living a healthier lifestyle. For starters, my family has decided to phase out as many processed foods from our diet as we can. We are consuming more natural and whole foods like fruits, grains, vegetables (i.e. kale), and beans.
My Personal Finance Journey: What Do You Refuse to Go Cheap On? – It certainly pays off to be frugal in many areas of life. However, what do you simply refuse to go cheap on? Jacob @ MPFJ describes his thoughts on the subject.
See Debt Run: The idea of collecting things.. is collecting dust – From a young age, many of us start collections with and are given enthusiastic support from our parents. Some collections are free (like rocks and coins) but many other can be expensive. This article discusses the logic of having collections when your financial house is not in order.
My University Money: Emasculation… Really? – I’ve recently heard a few debates over whether more and more men are now feeling emasculated when their significant others make more money than they do. If you look up poll results, there are a ton of men out there who are even afraid to date a woman that has a higher income than they do, or us pursuing a more lucrative career…
Don’t Quit Your Day Job…: Sports Gambling and Live Markets – One question many people like to ask: is sports gambling beatable? And, by the way, how does a sports book make money? My co-writer shines a spotlight on sports books for this article.
Prairie Eco Thrifter: End World Hunger: 5 Simple Ways You Can Make a Difference – Here are 5 ways I have found that can make a difference to world hunger.
Bucksome Boomer: A Travel Mistake Confession – The first question I asked after getting a price quote on our hotel was about the pet fee. It’s important to consider all costs and fees when making travel arrangements. They can add up to make the “good deal” a bad choice.
MoneyGreenLife: Crazy Things People Say After Being Pulled Over – What are some of the craziest excuses you’ve used to get out of a speeding ticket?
Well, this has been fun. Are you ready for a Zombie Apocalypse?