Mayday, mayday, we are surrounded by strange people.
Hm, our cloud provider was a little eager and sent us an invoice a day early. Anyway, this is the monthly fee we pay to own our very own cloud.
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To cheer up our office we hung up some of Nico's tweets. It cost us a bit to do so.
We believe that tampons should be made freely available and that high school should be made a lot less unpleasant. Turning both of these beliefs into action, we shipped a box of tampons to an educational institution in Germany.
We know the world is screwed, but we wanted to know exactly just how screwed it is. So we bought a couple books about the climate disasters that await us if...I mean when we doing nothing to prevent them.
Our camera's battery stopped working. Fortunately it was still under warranty, but we had to pay the shipping costs to Belgium.
We just can't manage to cut the cord on this project. Ok, the truth is we don't want to. We love keeping the website www.kalenderdesscheiterns.de up and running, and this is what it costs us each month.
99 Luftballons? That's so 1983. So we sent out 99 boxes of tampons instead, shipped in 4 boxes to organisations that can hand them out to people who need them.
We rent a chunk of cloud to store our data. Tip: "Up In The Clouds" by Darwin Deez is a song that pairs nicely with reading this budget entry.