I wrote this back in 2015, and realized that it was time to update the content a little bit.
I bought a fancypants camera right before Christmas in 2014.
For my wife, of course (you can see where this is going, right?)
My wife had been talking about how she wanted a better camera for capturing our daughter, so I did the gentlemanly thing and bought her a Nikon D7000 from BestBuy. It was an AMAZING deal – $650 blowout (including tax), with a nice 18-140mm kit lens and camera bag and fast 16 gb memory card.
“That’s for you. I’ll never use it,” she says. How insulting!
She almost never uses it. [Read more…] about Arbitrage, expensive hobbies, and financial independence