Stuck on the Palmetto took a real estate article in this morning's Herald as an opportunity to call out stupid home buyers who signed adjustable rate mortgages without fully understanding the consequences:
Call me heartless, but I feel the same type of sympathy for these people as I do Spirit Airlines customers who pay $29 for a ticket from here to Jamaica only to find out that they have to stand in endless check-in lines at the airport, pay for checked baggage and pay for a glass of Sprite on the plane.
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