Write-Offs: 6.21.06

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$$$ Want to get on the quicker path to financial security? Take this guy's advice and invest in a flask. [Neville’s Financial Blog]
$$$ Japan to U.S. Exporters: Where’s the beef? No—not the proverbial beef. They actually want to know where it is. [NYTimes]
$$$ Did you know that Howard Stern was more powerful than Paul McCartney? Really, I didn't [Forbes]
$$$ And, while you’re waiting to see if Facebook’s bubbly valuation banks the $2 billion dollars it wants, here’s their Idiot’s Guide. [FacebookProfile]

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