Two hundred sixty-six dollars? For $266 you could watch every NBA game for an entire season ($169 on DirecTV's NBA League Pass subscription) and buy a divorce packet from your county clerk ($20), which you'll most definitely need because your wife will have left with the tennis pro by December.
Do you know what $266 could become? On Opening Day of the NBA season a year ago, if you'd bought eight shares of Qualcomm ($32 per share), they'd be worth $6,048 today. For $266 you could cover 2,700 feet of your ex-husband's house an inch deep in sheep manure ($1.47 a bag). For $266 you could call Dick Vitale for 5,320 minutes (five cents per minute). Or hire a personal-services assistant ($65 an hour) to throw fresh rose petals ($25 a bag) in your path for two hours.
I mean, for $266 you could undergo three weeks of psychiatric counseling from Martin Mueller ($85 an hour) of Los Angeles. If you're thinking of spending 8266 to sec an NBA game, you really should see Dr. Mueller.