We're going to talk politics.
We're going to talk financial news.
Because President Barack Obama, went to dinner the other night... and had his credit card declined.
Debit and credit cards have made buying goods massively simpler. Rather than carrying around a wodge of cash, or a hefty chequebook and pen, you can now simply wave a piece of plastic at a machine, and type in a few digits (I haven't tried contactless yet), and the purchase is complete.
But I do always have the tiny fear everytime that I use a card that this time will be the time that my card is declined.
It's easy with cash. It's either in your wallet, or it isn't. With a card however you have to try to remember not only how much money is in your bank account, but also what bills are likely to come out before pay day.
So the next time that you're trying to buy your shopping, your card is declined, and you're scrabbling in your wallet for the joint account card, feel a little better that it doesn't just happen to you - the leader of the free world has to use his wife's credit card on occasion too.
My latest vlogtober video is up and required me to run - for no other reason than that, please watch.