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Crypto is all about making money. Nobody cares about it being a utility. They just want buyers so they can sell. Crypto is as top heavy and manipulated as the stock market if not more so. QuadrigaCX, mtgox, FTX, and others all gone. People aren't recovering. It's not like resetting your bank passwords. You loose that seed phrase and you'll be like Dorian Satoshi. Would be billionaire with no access to his own coins.

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Maybe this video helps solve the issue

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The average median? What the fuck?

While 2022 definitely didnt have the clearance priced "everything must go" where dealers are basically relying on factory rebates for any profit I still know that the typical MSRP for non-truck volume models is well below 40K.

CX3s, Escapes, etc are selling 2:1 nation wide compared to "Average" priced "all vehicles".

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I just bought a new Mazda CX-50 last week with manufacturer financing, 0.9% 36 months. Used car market for 2-3 year old vehicles has softened some, but overall is still too steep compared to my new purchase. Manufacturer financing will be your best bet if you opt to go the new route.

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He looks like Clark Middleton

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Do you have any interest from future customers yet? Any commitments/pre-sales you could do to show investors there's a willing CX base?

And sorry, this $75K is for the development of what kind of website? I struggle to picture a scenario where a nascent business will see a positive ROI spending that much on a website, but again, not clear what the 75 is for from your post.

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All cars now a days have poor build quality. CX5 have some of the best reliability and build quality as per CR yet i had to leave my new CX5 on the shop for 2 months due to faulty forward looking camera causing "all safety features being deactivated" and that is a $35k vehicle

ICE=/=EVs and i don't trust any car company in doing anything right. Until proven otherwise.

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>Watch Chair Powell's statement from the #FOMC press conference: Intro clip: youtube.com/watch?v=tCxM_E… Full video: youtube.com/watch?v=3Iv4aC… Press Conference materials: federalreserve.gov/monetarypolicy…

^Federal ^Reserve ^@federalreserve ^at ^2023-02-01 ^17:44:27 ^EST-0500

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There's an entire industry solving this problem already called CS BPO (Customer Service, Business Process Outsourcing).

Any company that is willing to go through the pain of outsourcing their CX is going to want a firm that provides strict SLAs around consistency, redundancy, and scalability. That'll be tough to guarantee as a single person entity.

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Finished my onboarding docs (besides benefits) and got a new car (Mazda CX-9 Signature) with my future wifey today, life is good boys img

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This link should be non-paywalled from another thread.

https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/28/business/economy/little-gym-private-equity.html?unlocked_article_code=RS6CLscTCVAYOrPOxLCvR1JHVtUXsEl1rpvs5kZ01BoXTTD90K-oIbZKtwHx9e81uaOjFMKAuiD4m0DDk2FVCefvA6yk9RLakHsv9Y2kQwkcxq1FhitboeZj-fFvKeDQsIKeg2iRiJqJoRe9vBJuh-kQ1r6muonHPLLr6g-blP8_wn-jCx1S_AzPU0pANPjDMYVsv6xU-zElir7ORwSaKsI59rVEbznssCaxLYfDfUrGEKKFNKI5628LTcgeWaB2nb0V-LCwOsKd8I1PtRWNMGy2Vu2U27sls9onF25FXzs2qsLoHpnBuQTRf1QRNrXNtw3dlt_qyIk-DJeWLHILNFZEPqwknblruLEfmA&smid=share-url

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You literally got a free ride consider yourself lucky. Good luck w the cx5 it’s a good looking car.

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Thanks homie, will look into credit unions tomorrow.

And yeah not buying new for sure. Gonna get a 2019 or 2020 Mazda CX-5. They’re in the 21-24k range. Gonna put 10k down and finance the rest of it.

I just put that disclaimer because I see so many comments on here in the vein of any person who doesn’t buy a car in cash is a moron lol.

Unfortunately can’t trade in the Honda. I was fortunate enough to be “given” the car by my parents after college to use with the expectation that I would give it back when I decided to upgrade.

No complaints there obviously and I’m very grateful. But missing out on like $7-8k in trade in value unfortunately

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Oh never mind

https://www.google.com/search?q=do+argebtinians+use+usd&client=ms-android-bell-ca-revc&ei=tFzYY4DtF_iv0PEPquOfyA4&oq=do+argebtinians+use+usd&gs_lcp=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&sclient=mobile-gws-wiz-serp

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Up 6,000 today.

Took some profits and sitting on a lot of cash ahead of the FOMC.

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>scam

Covid has been around for over 18 years. Also they known what can prevent it from the Spread. https://virologyj.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1743-422X-2-69?fbclid=IwAR20QZGv_rlRaTrRjXLta0SZukCgrSM64hl7uZmlCxOpW_DlEdcLQwvFA6s

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Sometimes I see random posts on social media advocating for all kinds of wackadoodle things as "Passive Income" and I just shake my head before moving on. Apparently that movement is now large enough that it made the NYT (gift link, bypasses paywall).

Just a general rule - if it requires starting and running a small business... It probably shouldn't be called "passive". My index funds are passive. My side gig is not, even if I can do it from bed.

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They probably ran it through an automatic car wash as part of the pre delivery inspection. The ones with the brushes scratch up cars really bad. While it may be normal for them you should absolutely not accept it. Also when you do finally get your car make sure when you take it in for service you make it clear to the service advisor that you do not want a car wash.

The first service after buying my wife’s Mazda CX-5 they did a courtesy car wash. Scratched the hell out of it. Even after they tried doing a paint correction it was only slightly better.

Sorry you are going through this.

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You don’t learn practical career skills in college. It doesn’t matter how good of a learner you are. Employers know this, which is why if you’re applying for a job in a non technical function like sales, marketing, CX, even operations or analyst roles, even product management in many cases, we will barely glance at someone’s college degree. Of course that doesn’t mean getting your first entry level position and building up a career is easy, but an international relations degree is not a negative.

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https://i.ibb.co/nCxP7d8/9446751-D-590-D-4-A38-AE71-947-E3-A0856-CA.jpg

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OP are you talking about this video from PV?

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=pfbid0SvawzhnBBPqxkVYyj3ia9EWeWWvS5NMPT69bVNZgCzfj68sCX6fMTtASJQXhvqrWl&id=100064492159908&eav=AfaI-sun3pGC83K1w5PGpCsre_MQHqa5umMUX4LmMN7VKh0RUAjSwFaVne8Ip2IQOD4&m_entstream_source=timeline&paipv=0

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I’m putting this up pretty much everywhere I go . The short version .

Get into Coinbot !!! 3 days old . Site looks mega . Reward plans updated today . Payments processed by Coinbase. Proof of withdrawal attached. Looks different to everything else .

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I mean this with nothing but kindness, are your kids 6 foot 9, or 400 lbs? If not a sedan works great, trust me my parents had a Camry and me, and my 2 over 6 foot brothers made it just fine.

If a suv is must, the why not go a little older, a 2014 cx 5 should be doable in the budget?

With your debts, income, and especially bankruptcy trying to finance makes no sense.

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A sedan isn’t really an option because of my kids. I have been looking at CX-5s but they are all 20k plus here.

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You can buy a very reliable car at 17k. That is what you should do, I bought a 2017 cx5 for 18k literally yesterday.

Go buy a Camry, or cx5, or whatever you fancy and be done.

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Car and driver puts your choice car as #8 in its segment, the mazda cx30 is the top.

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Is she unable to make the monthly payment? I would keep the car and keep chugging along on the payments. 3% is a very low interest rate. You didn't mention how many miles are on the car but a 2019 CX-5 is a good car to have (unless it has some ridiculous mileage or something). What kind of car are you finding for $10-12k anyway? Buying a much worse car with more miles, and rolling over part of your old loan sounds absolutely terrible...ESPECIALLY to save only $100 a month. Unless you are having trouble meeting the rest of your financial obligations just stay the course.

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The newer Mazda's are great starter cars for the price, but they do not last after 5 years. I've had 2 Mazda CX5s and a Mazda 3 and their problems show once the warranty period is over.

My best recommendation is a used 2005-2010 Lexus SUV for $15k as they will have a lot of life left in them and you can turn it around and sell it in 5yrs without losing much market value.

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Was quoted $844 for 6 months from allstate when I went from a Mustang to a Mazda CX-5. I went to Geico and got better coverage for $247 for 6 months. My agent would not help me get better pricing even though I work from home and use the car for just pleasure.

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This is a better analogy of people trying to get their crypto off of a dying/dead exchange TBH. I should know - I got screwed by QuadrigaCX.

I still hold BTC though.

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Solar is getting so cheap they are throwing it up on the north side of roofs now...

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" Well, that day seems to have arrived. In the photos above, the pictured house did exactly that. South-side roofs were covered all over (44 solar panels), but let’s not leave out the north side either (20 solar panels, for a total of 64). A wild guess is that they generate at least 20 MWh/yr. (Estimate of 300W/panel.) When the roof pitches are low enough and the north “face” may in fact really be north by northwest or north by northeast, the contributions can be noticeable in non-winter months, and worthwhile since the whole install “crew” is there anyway (crew setup and teardown time is mostly shared). " https://cleantechnica.com/2023/01/20/is-solar-pv-cheap-enough-for-this/?fbclid=IwAR0sgkBK3CX5Mzw7IMpOczmEQLQjwS2EOtsd0X4EwJ2mOSMukYJN_A78eno

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Y'all just let the doo doo fall in the toilet?

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Get an upgraded CX-5 and you'll be good.

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https://youtube.com/shorts/cx-H4b8QoD0?feature=share

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There are, we test drove a bunch of different cars. The Cx-5 had a good balance of efficiency, power, handling and creature comforts. It was still fun to drive which can’t be said about the honda cr-v or the Toyota rav-4. All within a few mpg of each other.

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A cx5 is more fuel efficient compared to the Wrangler but I think there are better options for efficiency if you look at the options.

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Generally speaking, the fuel economy thing is a false economy. Even at 14,000 miles/year, the a Jeep that gets 17MPG at a gas price of $3.40 is going to be about 20 cents/mile traveled, while a CX-5 is going to get you about 25-28 - a savings of about 7 cents per mile traveled.

That said, Jeeps are going to be more expensive to maintain, and they're neither impressive nor useful unless you actually take them offroad. Getting out of it into the CX5 is probably the right call here.

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Your Jeep will hold its value better than a CX-5.

A 10 year old Wrangler is still worth $13-15k on trade. That's probably 3x what the Mazda will be worth by then.

Plus you always lose money on a car deal... What you have in your driveway is cheaper.

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Do you think now is the worst time to buy a car? What do you think about inflation outpacing my 2-4% expected raise each year, making my buying power worse in the future?

Also, what do you think about a 2020 Rav4, Q5, CX5, XC60 with 5-20k miles for between $30-35k?

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I'm looking at a used car maybe a 2020 with about 10-20k miles. Rav4, Q5, xc60, cx5 seem nice and are at the top of all the best compact suvs lists.

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https://i.imgur.com/cN3CX6F.png

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https://i.imgur.com/cN3CX6F.png

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The newer cx9 use the 4 cylinder which gets 21/26, in the end about 25-50% better MPG, but a slower overall car.

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Flat back sounds great. But that mileage! We'll be replacing an old G37, so a new CX-9 would likely still be a big improvement.

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I forgot about the CX-9! Going to have to throw that one in the mix if it has a 3rd row option.

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Highlanders are unusual, when I was shopping for a used SUV 2ish years ago, highlanders were barely more expensive than RAV4s. I ended up getting a fully loaded CX-9 Grand Touring, which had been a dealer car then CPO. It was at least 25% cheaper than an Explorer. Another good affordable minivan is the Kia Sedona, now Carnival.

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#Ban Bet Lost

/u/NumbDiggerCX made a bet that PYPL would go to 92.0 within 1 month when it was 74.15 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

Their record is now 1 wins and 2 losses

^^Discord ^^BanBets ^^VoteBot ^^FAQ ^^Leaderboard ^^- ^^Keep_VM_Alive

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It’s been done before — https://www.forbes.com/2006/06/01/paulson-tax-loophole-cx_jh_0602paultax.html?sh=22c73c7e65b8

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https://i.imgur.com/cN3CX6F.png

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This is what I did also. I bought a 2023 mazda cx-5 S last month on the 16th. Bought it with Only a $750 mark up from the MSRP of $28,770 on the window sticker. No car trade in. Downed $2,500 via credit card. They added tax, reg, doc, etc. Financing $30,538.76 via Wells fargo auto for 7.09% for 48 months! Once i got an email from Wells Fargo on december 22nd, i immediately registered for an account and paid it in full. They charged me an additional $35.59 for 5 daily interest for paying it off early. I am still waiting for my car title.

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Sennheiser CX. Best purchase in years

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I've been lured in to the power, efficiency, and driveability of stick shift diesel cars.

I'm only now coming to grips that I have to choose to live in the past and rebuild older cars, or live in the future of gasoline and ever rarer manual transmissions.

Though we did just pick up a manual transmission Mazda CX-5 for $16k (icky - but what can ya do?).

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https://twitter.com/bgrahamdisciple/status/1614415740156755975?s=20&t=5Td4cx9aKreDd8wDaFFIxA

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You can definitely afford it. If you are worried about the reliability of your car then its a good time to upgrade. If you don't feel your vehicle is on its last legs then I wouldn't buy now. CX5 or Mazda 3 are good vehicles when you're ready.

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How about Mazda CX-9 carbon edition? 7 seater with turbo engine and Bose audio for 45k.

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I had read somewhere that the used car credit was either fully reimbursable or would carry over. Not correct after I checked the IRS site.

https://www.irs.gov/credits-deductions/used-clean-vehicle-credit

Would still be a ~2k rebate at OP's income but not nearly as good a deal. Of course the parents could sign for the car and pay OP back but that's a potentially messy situation. Lease could actually make sense since that one is not income-gated but the >10k beater route is probably a better option. Anything to get out of a gas-guzzling CX-7 that gets sub-30mpg is a good move, really.

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Holy crap you’re paying slightly per month than I am on a 23 CX-5 that I financed $27k on for 60 months (hope to pay it off in three). What’s your interest rate?

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The shop we usually take my car to told me they’d estimate a new transmission for my car would be about 4k, the car already has 174k miles on it, and has numerous other issues as well that they have to look into (2007 Mazda CX-7).

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I’ve never been interested in Tesla. In the news too often for me. Just saw this thread on Twitter about it though!

FWIW, this was my personal journey buying a car in November and why I flagged what I did in the parent comment. I definitely sympathize with the urge to splurge! I hated my old car for a number of reasons, and I’d been spending months of my free time researching vehicles, dreaming of something better. I didn’t want a bigger monthly payment, but that’s the reality I faced when considering trade offs between what I needed, wanted, and how much I was willing to put down. But ultimately I did it because I could afford it, i have savings, I am already a home owner, I put 15% into my retirement, and the the market was right. I got as much as my trade as what I paid for it two years prior. Rates were still low but going up. So I did it. I bought a new Mazda CX30 turbo. Sticker at 32k; 6k down; trade in for net 7k; 2.25% APR (credit union)=$350 monthly, on 160k salary. Point being, I think with some research, patience and maneuvering, you can find something great that you won’t regret, that works within your priorities.

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>Canadian bond and Index update >@MtlExchange https://t.co/ZYsCxTvS3W

^First ^Squawk ^@FirstSquawk ^at ^2023-01-13 ^12:22:21 ^EST-0500

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Wtf. Guys I have a $400 a month Mazda Cx-5. Unless your preferred sexual partner is just lining up along the road, why?

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At the beginning of the pandemic, I found a 21’ CX5 GT. I guess someone had bought it, didn’t like it for whatever reason and traded it in to a Jeep dealership after about 500 miles. I walked out the door paying around 24k, when MSRP was around 29k brand new. Last time I checked, my car is worth more than the original MSRP lol.

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I would keep driving the same car.

I got Mazda cx5 2018, even if its still within a budget. Year after, its just a car and I could’ve gone for rav4 2015-2016. Planning to drive this car till it falls apart.

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gv70 is a great car. i have one. my income is a lot higher and i have years of investments and savings set up and it was 100% a "treat myself" car after giving away my previous car to a family member in need. i was able to pay full for it in cash without making much of a dent to my overall finances

keep your car or use the sale + the down payment you put aside for the genesis to buy something non-luxury. my previous car was a CX-5 which I would have kept for a long time if the circumstances were different. then after you've bought a house (an appreciating asset, unlike a car..), increased your income, and have regular retirements and savings lined up, then you can look towards luxury goods and feel good about it. nothing worse than trying to pass off a lifestyle that you can't really back up

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A degree matters imo - as a lot of places have it as a barrier of entry. I worked at a household name tech giant and one of my direct reports was a contractor solely because we couldn’t hire her since she didn’t have a college degree.

That said, it doesn’t matter what it’s in. I have a psychology degree and have been in marketing for 10+ years. My partner has an English degree and is a senior level finance professional. My mother has a medical degree and was an SVP of CX when she retired.

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Honestly, after experiencing a Carvana sell + purchase with a few small bumps, my ultimate realization was this was a fuck of a lot nicer than dealing with a car dealership.

I got a 2020 Mazda Cx5 with 5000 miles on it . Financed through the site, bought it in like an hour, had it by the following week.

Traded in a 2019 Tucson. It was all extremely Easy.

So while CVNA has some serious lily troubled waters to navigate, it is by far the easiest method to purchase a car I’ve experienced in my 32 years on this earth. That’s gotta count for something.

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The selling price of the car was 25k, the interest is bad. I need the car to survive in the suburbs now that I’ve switched jobs that require me to go into the office regularly again and mentioned in my other comments about a situation with my mom and needing an all wheel drive for the winters, which is only available for small SUVs or bigger and/or subarus which is hard to find under 10k and esp with the current car market.

It’s a 2020 Mazda cx-5 with 7k mileage on it. It’s not a luxury car. I used to drive a 1996 Honda Accord and that thing was a death trap in the winter with all the hills in my town and black ice.

I think I’m gonna sell the car this summer though and see if I can find a cheaper option.

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Yeah or like this

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Yeah I thought that was pretty high too. 4 years ago when I was in college, car insurance was $100/month but I had a car older than me.

I got a 2020 mazda cx-5, IDK if I would qualify that as sporty. It had 7k of miles on it (my main reason for picking it). I also needed an AWD since I live in a really hilly region of NY.

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once you're done seething in your blind bias, read my comment again and get an adult to explain it to you: where did I justify "Biden's ineptitude", when he is not even involved in Fed's policy decision? Find some other mental gymnastics to deny reality.

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My 2022 cx5 costs me about $1200/month when factoring in depreciation and parking

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Sounds great on the surface. However, not providing Deere’s digital wrench software coupled with the fact that customers working on their equipment themselves vs. using a certified technician sounds like a future nightmare. Deere will probably use this as a “you didn’t use a certified tech therefore your warranty is voided” scenario. Future CX nightmare.

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https://www.wsj.com/articles/inflation-threatens-a-french-institution-baguettes-11672933346?cx_testId=3&cx_testVariant=cx_160&cx_artPos=1&mod=WTRN#cxrecs_s

WallStreetBets has a lot of baguettes

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I am also an electrical(renewable energy)contractor Production pay always scares me in large companies especially in construction. Guys usually try to find ways to take short cutS to try to expedite production. I’m not a fan of short cuts or working fast in construction. Many Cx’s and the workers die due rushing around and missing major steps(safety steps?

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Back in april of '22 the mazda dealer near me was charging $47k for a cx5. Msrp is about 26k + the shipping it to the dealer fee. I gave up on a second car at that moment. It was a nearly $20,000 mark up over dealer price.

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https://carbuzz.com/compare/mazda-cx-5-vs-mitsubishi-outlander

it seems like the outlander is a little longer and a bit taller so it has a third row, but not much else is all the different. oh, and the outlander has a cvt, while cx5 is automatic.

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I got a 2017 CX-5 new for $21k back in 2017. I felt like I was stealing it because it was such an insane deal

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CX9 is easily over 40 out the door. But anything with a 3rd row or can tow in that price range is super limited. 40 really just scratches the surfaces. Some guy over on /r/cartalk did a review on the Mitsubishi larger suv and it’s even a little bit cheaper but I wouldn’t trust it lol

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I mean, that’s a high end CX-5 or a bottom end CX-9. Those are pretty high quality vehicles.

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If anyone is interested this was me in 1988

https://imgur.com/a/nCxHYRI

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You are doing better than you think. Just watched this morning. We we blessed to have our bills consistently paid, no debt, and to be paid consistently. If you can save anything for retirement on top of that, you are doing fine

https://youtu.be/cxKU__jZl6g

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2004 Lexus IS300 here. Bought for $5k at 100k miles and going strong at 160k miles. I have two younger kids, so we’ve been getting by with our Mazda CX-5 for the family car. My fear is having to sell my Lexus for another SUV.

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@amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BHVJ35GT/ref=cx_skuctr_share?smid=A3T6ZV97G3IH8G

Just started my store hoping this can make me some some money first and then branch out plz support thank you

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^r/wallstreetbets ^@Official_WSB ^at ^2023-01-02 ^18:49:36 ^EST-0500

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It's understandable to have concerns about the future of your career, especially with the rapid pace of technological advancements. However, it's difficult to predict exactly how artificial intelligence (AI) will impact different marketing niches in the future.

That being said, there are certain skills that are less likely to be automated in the near term. For example, skills that involve creativity, empathy, and strategic thinking are generally less prone to automation. These skills are often difficult for AI to replicate, as they require a nuanced understanding of human behavior and decision-making.

With this in mind, you may want to consider building expertise in areas that require these types of skills. For example, some marketing niches that might be less susceptible to automation in the next decade include:

  1. Brand strategy
  2. Customer experience (CX)
  3. User experience (UX)
  4. Content marketing
  5. Influencer marketing
  6. Public relations (PR)

Again, it's hard to say for sure which marketing niches will be most in demand in the future, but focusing on building skills that are difficult for AI to replicate could be a good way to position yourself for long-term success in the field.

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We went to several dealers in person and got their out the door offers.. Mazda had the best offer but I just don't love the car.

I really can't find any better financing options, my credit union is offering 5%, bank of America was pretty high as well. Mazda was offering 1.9% which was the best we found for a new car. Honda threw in an extra thousand for my trade, giving $6k for a 2009 which seemed pretty in line with KBB value. Couldn't find any other model I really liked, looked at the RAV4, CX-5, and CRV. Mainly concerned with interior space (car seats, strollers), and reliability as I pack the miles on to my cars. How long ago did you buy?

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  1. Don't get Kia. Not known for reliability.
  2. Tacoma is a pretty small truck with not the best towing capacity. Also, the interior space is pretty small since it's not a full size truck.

No idea what your budget is, but i would look at full size trucks like the Toyota Tundra and the Ford F150. Really roomy interiors and newer trucks now days have great ride quality and interiors.

If I had to choose between the Sorento or the Tacoma I would choose the tacoma. Other small truck options are the Ford Ranger and Honda Ridge Line.

If you choose Tacoma buy new. They hold their value really well so even lightly used Tacomas still go for nearly brand new. Most auto manufacturers have in house financing so see if that's an option. When I bought my 2021 F150 they offered 0% APR for well qualified buyers so see if the manufacturer you go with has something similar.

Other options: Mazda CX9: Highly rated, 3rd row, great interior Ford Explorer: 3rd row seating, decent towing Acura MDX

Just some food for thought.

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I'd highly recommend against not doing it unless you have your hands on some prime real estate and money to throw at marketing and cx.

I've worked in coffee for 4 years managing and opening a cafe. It is a fun, but very non-lucrative business unless you meet the criteria I mentioned earlier, or you're lucky. The cafe market is very saturated right now and post Covid it is even harder to run. Employee turnover is high, and it's hard to balance speed with quality.

That being said it CAN be done. I'd recommend working at a coffee shop for a year to make sure it's what you'd like to do. A lot of people have this idea that they'll be relaxing and taking orders when a lot of time it isn't like that.

My biggest piece of advice if you choose to continue: Whatever you do, make it super simple. Gimmicks never last, at the end of the day people just want a good coffee. This will also make training and managing way easier. You don't want to make your job harder.

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Does anyone else have savings anxiety/addiction lol?

I'm 26M and make decent money (85k) and have an ok amount of financial assets:

  • $2.5k checking
  • $28.3k in savings
  • $5k in 401k (wanted to hunker down and pay off student loans before contributing)
  • $3k in Vanguard ETFs (ideally would have more but see point above)

Every time I hit a new savings milestone (15k, 20k, 25k, and now upcoming 30k) I basically can't pull the trigger about a big purchase because I feel shit about dropping below the milestone I worked so hard to get to.

Current example. I drive a like 9 year old small Honda Fit and would really like a style/body type upgrade when it comes to the car I drive. Nothing crazy, Just looking at used CX-5s in the 20-23k range. Even though the payments would easily fit into my budget just fine I'm bugging out about dropping $4-5k on a down payment and dropping below $25k in savings because I worked so hard to get there.

Am I crazy lol?

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Soo, whatever they tell you, inverse them. Close enough (from 3 months ago):

https://preview.redd.it/xch4cx9bd69a1.png?width=1080&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=710c442de351b5e6d49a91ef1f22fd070b2d29e4

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