Broke-Ass of the Week – Meghan Logue from Soma FM and a Bunch of Other Stuff
This time around our Broke-Ass of the Week is Meghan Logue, a busy girl who seems to have her hands in all kinds of internet stuffis. While music seems to be her main thing she’s also well rounded; she makes Dr. Seuss references. She also seems to have good taste in bars and Mexican food. A girl after my own heart. Read below to learn about her broke-ass existence.
Name: Meghan Logue!
What neighborhood do you live in?: Potrero Hill. All the way at the top of the hill. It makes me feel like Yertle the Turtle.
Best money saving tip: Pick a bar (or two) and hit them up a lot. Bartenders who know your face '“ or better yet, your name '“ are more likely to give you free or cheap drinks.
What do you refuse to spend money on?: Music. Unless it’s a gift for someone else. Or sex. Unless it’s a gift for someone else.
Most expensive thing you’ve ever bought: Bed and bed frame from Ikea.
How’d that feel?: Well I sold my car and used the proceeds to purchase the bed. This should give you an idea of my level of broke-itude. My car was worth roughly the equivalent of one piece of furniture. Ikea furniture.
Favorite cheap eat: Taqueria Cancun is a classic.
Favorite dive bar: Specs in North Beach. The clientele is ' legit. The polite word is legit.
Best deal you’ve ever gotten: My boss got me a laptop to use for 'œwork.' Heh. He doesn’t know I use it to look at porn. Broke-ass porn, that is.
Favorite free thing to do: Watch Kids in the Hall, Lost or the Office DVDs that my boyfriend 'œrents' from his workplace: Amoeba records.
If you woke up a millionaire, what’s the first thing you’d buy?: This Castle. To throw post Dolores Park-day parties. I guess that would also have to be the last thing I’d buy.
Despite not having money, do you still love your life?: Hell yeah.
Do you own my book?: What kind of broke-ass buys a book about their own life-style?
Best hangover cure: Is pre-emptive action. Lots of water and some multi-vitamins before bed.
Are you a hipster?: I have never been to Ritual Coffee, I do not ride a fixed-gear, nor have I ever had an asymmetrical haircut, but I do shop at American Apparel. You be the judge.