Scott Hardie | November 18, 2001
I was really looking forward to going to see a matinee of "Harry Potter" today with Kelly. Why did I have to balance my checkbook an hour before going? I thought I had $100. I only have $27. Shit. I hate when I wait too long to balance my checkbook and lose track of how little money I have. I get my hopes up for things. And we were going to see "K-PAX" and "Monsters Inc." during the week.


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