Here’s the latest from the Popular Personal Finance view at pfblogs.org. This particular view takes everything posted among personal finance blogs in the last 24 hours and orders the articles with the most clicked at the top of the list.
* Don’t laugh at my car, from Tired but happy. She drives a clunker, and her friend had a condescending comment.
* Meet the Douchebags Behind the Fake PSP Blog, from Consumerist. I am not of fan of PR or marketing organizations that pretend to be something they’re not.
* The Politically Correct Yet Factually Incorrect Claim, from Chrees’ World, Chrees fully reprints a Wall Street Journal article that takes a look at an oft-repeated claim about the top 1% of earners.
* Live Like You Were Dying, from The Simple Dollar. What would you do if you had one year to live, and why aren’t you doing it? Ah, motivational stuff.
* Top Five Companies We’d Be Better off Without, #3: McDonald’s, from Punny Money. McDonald’s isn’t exactly your friendly neighborhood mom-and-pop diner. Punny says they’re guilty of manslaughter, undermining freedom of speech, making children cry, and other heinous atrocities.
The popular view at pfblogs.org is constantly changing, so check it out often if you’re interested in finding some of the more interesting articles in the personal finance corner of the blogosphere.
Updated February 6, 2012 and originally published December 14, 2006. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.