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What I wear is probably closer to what you might see in /r/streetwear but I don't really follow the trends... like Idgaf what the latest Kanye shoe is haha.

So my go-to is for casual usually just a plain well fitted T, with a good pair of denim, high tops, and a beanie or cap, depending on the weather. In winter I'll add leather and denim jackets, I like to layer them together sometimes, or add a turtle neck if I want to look a bit more upmarket. Sometimes I'll add flannel shirts or tartan jumpers if I want to try for a more casual lumberjack-esq look.

Most of that stuff is focused on fit and contrast of colours or sizing.

For button down shirts, its casual fabrics chambray or linen, recently I have added very loud (think Hawaiian) shirts depending on the occasion for non-business events, which is sorta where I am headed, adding more.. individualality.. everything I have is quite... uhh, Basic? Plain? Dull?

So ironically after purging all the graphic Ts from my wardrobe, like 7 years later, I'm actually thinking about adding them back in. I'm picking up band t shirts that fits with the vibe of my outfit. I'm also trying to add brighter coloured stuff (I have a fairly neutral coloured wardrobe) bright beanies, hats and shirt, oversized t shirts, crazy patterned shorts. Shit like that.

Some of it will likely fail and look terrible, but some of it (I'm sure) will make me look confident and fun, and I'll keep those things.

Its hard to describe this over text, but hopefully you get the vibe I stick with.

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You should absolutely read anything by TS. Understanding of both sides view is important. Dismissal of someone's opinion just cause they are conservative/liberal is a sure sign of intellectual immaturity.

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History poi ts out thatthesp500 rally starts before a recession is over

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Guy walking past my bus shelter randomly kept yelling "f*ing cts" every 3 seconds...

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Guy randomly walking next to my bus shelter yelling "f*ing cts."

Yep, I live a weird lifestyle.

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Yea, good point, maybe push that, if you are going 8 weeks without salary, maybe demand to know why current investors pulled out after signed TS. Investors risk getting a bad reputation and will not do this unless they have a very good reason

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Laughs with my 1.75% fixed 10 year refinance from last year.

Jerome Powell is really fucking middle class people hard. I forsee 2 or 3 more .75% rate hikes.

Funny that savings accou ts rates are not keeping uo with the fed rate hikes. Funny how that works and isn't illegal as shit.

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Can’t spell theta without two Ts, an H, an E, and an A.

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yes I am; 0dte spx has impacted vix/spx complex TS have a buddy working on analysis that he showed me. Proprietary unfortunately but I’ll try and see if I can share some insights from him

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Also Ts&Ps to all the crazy bastards that went variable rate in the last two years. Big Yikes bro.

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Dc cab is mr ts greatest movie

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I didn't say you were I said don't be one. What was outside ambient temp? 4 degrees SH may not be bad superheat if it's insanely hot, assuming they're piston which I'm fairly sure they are since you didn't mention subcooling.

I know you're just the employee but if he's a dickhead I'd say this system is antiquicated and rudeness to me won't make it cool any better or me take the job any likelier. Fuck that noise.

All those delta Ts can be in range depending on your heat load. Sounds like if he's got 4 old ass systems they were retrofitted to the house and it needs insulation and fixing more than units lol.

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Exactly this. I purchased 2 year Ts yielding 3%. New issues now yield 4%. I'm down 2% if I were to sell now. I'll just hold to maturity.

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Tit has 2 Ts…

TT (Trane) is a stonk…

TT yoLo eVerYbOdy!!!

Investing is so easy…

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This may be long - I appreciate anyone who sticks with me. As I’m probably not 100% educated in a lot of aspects I truly need sound advice.

My parents are 70 & 67. They bought their home about 35 years ago but in recent years have struggled. My dad is a hardworking man, but has struggled to make ends meet in life. He never informed me or my siblings (2 of them) that he was potentially going to mess up on a home equity loan he got through a bank. Wish he would have told the 3 of us over a year ago but he did not. Until now when they have about 6 weeks to pay 148K loan… it’s just not going to happen for them- so my dad thought of a reverse mortgage to save his butt & buy us time to fix this problem.

Now, all three of us siblings agree we would never want to give up their home, countless memories- it’s a beautiful home on a river in florida. I had always saw us each spending time there for years to come- to come & go as we each please etc.

To get to the point now that our dad has finally put us in the loop, he has taken the reverse mortgage course & we should know the appraisal by tomorrow.

My siblings all think it’s a terrible idea to do the reverse mortgage- and my parents agreed they would sell one or all of us the home for whatever they owe- upon the stipulation that they can spend their last years there. We all agree and want that for them. The problem is…. Both of my siblings have credit below 500 or so. I on the other hand have 769 experian fico score, reliable stable income I’ve worked the same job for 6 years.

I am 100% willing to buy the house for them if I get approved for a first time home buyers loan/ can make it happen.

Here’s the issue, I don’t want my siblings to one day resent me if I’m getting equity passed down essentially from my parents if they are not. Secondly, I had been planning to buy a house for my family in the next year or two… how bad would buying my parents house potentially mess that up for me?

Is there a way that I can be the home owner but put my siblings on the deed & they being obligated to pay 1/3 of the mortgage until we each own it split by 3?

If my parents agree to sell their house to me under market value does the effect a loan ? The house definitely needs work so I mean idk

My long term idea right now is if I do purchase my parents house I want them to be able to stay there, and maybe when the time comes for us to cross the bridge of the inevitable maybe we could use the home as a bnb & still each be able to visit when we please / spend holiday all there together.

BUT My siblings don’t want to talk about long term they just want to deal with the ‘now’ because we only have 6 weeks. I did speak to a mortgage lender that said when it’s time it would only take 15-30 days but time is truly of the essence.

I don’t think my siblings are thinking of this as potentially a super life changing thing for me.. I am coming to the conclusion I need to seek council through an attorney but what other key things do I need to know ? I’m hoping to qualify for a first time home buyer’s but we will see.

I’m just not 100% sure if they should go through with the reverse mortgage or if I should swing the bat & try to buy.

Do I want to pay for a mortgage of a house I won’t ever really live in? No

Will my parents be homeless if they don’t get approved for the reverse mortgage/&or if I don’t buy them out? Yes, they absolutely will be broke & have nothing if both or one of those options aren’t possible

I don’t want my siblings to agree to this overnight without thinking of the fact that I will be purchasing a potential 350K house for way under market value thus my parents will be gifting me equity and not them.

I love my parents a lot and would obviously take care of them if the time came they couldn’t themselves- I’m just scared I don’t want to make the wrong choice, our family as a whole would be crushed to lose the estate that’s forsure.

I am also the only child that has kids & a fiancé. I’m just not sure my siblings are really looking at the whole thing as the ‘big picture’ I am scared & I just want to make sure I crosss my Ts and dot my Is

So if you made it this far thanks in advanced, Sincerely the youngest sibling who never thought i would ever have to think of these scenarios

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Anyone have a clip of what oleary was saying when his mic “cut out” Joe Ts poker face is piss poor and after O’Leary came back and said Powell is doing 100bps he was smirking after it sounded like he said oh come on when the mic got cut

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Sh*ts so bad, I don't even own any stocks and my portfolio is going down

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Lol UPS is the same and neither could guve two sh*ts about individual retail's packages. They do soooo much more than that and have very profitable large scale freight from multi-billion dollar customers both domestic and international. Big picture man, they charge 6 figures for some of these. They have consistent large volume from many

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Trump has posted on TS 40 times already today. I think their users are going to get bored, being furious all the time at everyone and everything is exhausting.

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Parler is a competitor to Truth Social though, and now that it’s more heavily moderated, Parler might actually grow among conservatives etc. TS seems to be completely dependent on Trump, and his legal troubles are significant to say the least.

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Excerpt:

>Housing inflation is dead

>Robert Armstrong — 13 September 2022

> 

>Rent inflation is the sticky kind of inflation central bankers hate — it goes hand in hand with wage inflation. Housing needs to cool if the Fed is to be satisfied.

>• Rent growth has turned over, hard. This is reflected in the real-time indices maintained by listing sites such as Apartment List, Redfin and Zillow.

>• If prices are just starting to edge down, sales volumes are already through the floor. Existing home sales were down 20 per cent year over year in July. New home sales were down 30 per cent. Mortgage applications keep on tumbling.

>Steven Blitz, the head US economist at TS Lombard, argues that house prices, and indeed financial asset prices, have to fall hard if inflation is to come under control.

>He argues that the economic cycle that started over a decade ago, as we emerged from the financial crisis, was unusual in that it was not a credit cycle, but an asset cycle. “Typically, leverage increases in an expansion and decreases during a recession, but we had a ten-year expansionary period in which households and businesses continued to de-lever, and, after an initial surge of spending, the government did too, right through 2019,” he says. Wealth was created through the cycle not by credit expansion but by asset price inflation.

>The result, he says, is that the sensitivity of the economy to the Federal Reserve’s rate increases is going to be different this time. Deleveraging is not going to slow the economy enough to stop inflation. Falling asset prices will have to do the work.

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I don't even think they will deny you for simply bad credit for a TS. They might for having large outstanding or burdensome debts though. But if you've wiped the slate clean and its just your history, you should be OK.

Housing might be different.

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"Listen you bunch of regards! No one gives 3 $h!ts about CPI! NO ONE! Well, consumers do... But..."

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All depends on the tenant. Most people don't want evictions on their records. Talk with them. See if they'll move out on their own--that's the best for everyone. Put them on a payment plan. The sooner they move out, the better it is for everyone. It stops the bleeding on their half (at least as far as you're concerned), and you can put in a new person that should, theoretically pay. Even if they're paying you back $50/month and it'll take'm 2 years to pay off their balance, it's better than them just sitting in the unit accruing a balance they'll never pay off.

Then you have the bastards who are playing the system. They know they're going to get evicted, but they don't care. The eviction process might take 6-8 weeks to go through, so they're going to stretch how long they can stay to the limit. Don't listen to their pleas or bargains. Just file the tenant at the courthouse, and let the court do its thing.

Often these sort of tenants will threaten to sue you to buy time. Make sure you're crossing your Ts and dotting your Is. Don't give any of those "free" attorneys that work in a symbiotic relationship with the bastard tenants any grounds to sue you.

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Same. Refugee folks. Wore my dad's workshirts, or white/black Ts you'd get in packs of 5-6. If I fit into any of my sister's clothes that weren't obviously girls' clothes, I wore that too.

We ate a lot of rice and dried salted anything, or porridge since a little rice would go a long way.

I think it's important to share the story. There are 1.5M accounts subscribed. I used to be the guy reading the PF wiki hoping I'd end up here being able to contribute what I learned.

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No no no no. That's not how it works at all. As a mobile engineer very familiar with the market with multiple deployed apps, I would never work with a client in exchange for equity or co-owner no matter how great I think the idea is.

The market is too saturated, new social apps fail constantly in the thousands per day. Everyone makes a social app as there are dedicated courses for newcomers to make them. They're everywhere. You stand 0 chance without literal millions at your disposal to get the ball rolling. So I wouldn't risk my time on a social app. They can also be quite grueling to work on with the wrong stack. Which you have defined the wrong stack.

Your stack should be Flutter/Dart, Node TS/JS or Firebase, and that's it. That's your app stack. No swift, no PHP, none of that old outdated trash from before 2019 that cause massive overhead and development time.

Also, your competing against developers, who can turn their vision quickly into products with no middleman. Can't write code? You're at a massive disadvantage.

Good luck, try overseas, they'll work with anyone.

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Just wait until a certain group of investors discovers who's behind Digital World n f ts

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I don't know, I'm not a 50-state real estate lawyer, and this is the sort of thing you'd definitely want to dot your is and cross your ts with. For example, you say elsewhere all your tenant-buyers are responsible for maintenance--I'm pretty confident that's illegal in some states. Plenty of other potential pitfalls.

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best case gets TS and anemic user base until a geriatric timebomb goes off in it's face... worse case, no TS and liquidates... outcome is the same, just a matter of when.

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I'd like to reply to these comments ts but I'm too busy. You should look for someone to reply to you on upwork and save some money. Good luck

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The military takes people up to 42, age is almost no factor when hitting reset. Any job that results in you getting a TS//SCI clearance will almost certainly guarantee a high paying job on the outside as long as you are willing to move. Jobs that pay the highest tend to be anything in communication, computers/networking, intelligence and aviation. For most jobs in the military you owe a 4 year active duty requirement, although some professions require 6 or 8.

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I didn’t know the FBI agents had blanket clearance to read or take photos of any TS documents, but no one talks about that either🤷🏻‍♂️

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I´ts not necesary but is a resource that can help when the other options go wrong

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Its all about saving money and keeping your expenses low so you mitigate the low months, also i´ts important to identify the times your business is inconsistent and the causes, onces identified look for solutions, depending on the business it can be mitiagated with marketing, distribution, partnetships, etc

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And Ford makes Model Ts

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It may have been “secret” but I don’t think there was any question what the outcome was going to be, was there? The abject failure of that merger and the TS venture in general has been pretty obvious all along.

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We'll be onto something else by then!

EVs are the Model Ts of the Zero Emissions Automobile.

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20% is the minimum to avoid PMI. With current interest rates, if you can do more, great. BUT, you need to leave a lot of money left over. Not only for cash reserve purposes bur s**ts gonna break and you are going to want to buy stuff to fill out the house.

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From the Saturday Evening Post:

"But Ford had an even bigger reason for raising his wages, which he noted in a 1926 book, Today and Tomorrow. It’s as a challenging a statement today as it as 100 years ago. “The owner, the employees, and the buying public are all one and the same, and unless an industry can so manage itself as to keep wages high and prices low it destroys itself, for otherwise it limits the number of its customers. One’s own employees ought to be one’s own best customers.”

It might have been just another of Ford’s wild ideas, except that it proved successful. In 1914, the company sold 308,000 of its Model Ts—more than all other carmakers combined. By 1915, sales had climbed to 501,000. By 1920, Ford was selling a million cars a year.

“We increased the buying power of our own people, and they increased the buying power of other people, and so on and on,” Ford wrote. “It is this thought of enlarging buying power by paying high wages and selling at low prices that is behind the prosperity of this country.”

In 1919, Ford raised his minimum wage again, this time to $6.00 a day. Again, the wage hike produced higher production numbers. Ford told Garrett, “The payment of five dollars a day for an eight-hour day was one of the finest cost-cutting moves we ever made, and the six-dollar-a-day wage is cheaper than the five. How far this will go we do not know.”

He learned how far in 1929. In the aftermath of the stock market crash, he raised wages to $7.00 a day, hoping it would spark an economic recovery. But this time, it didn’t work. Orders fell, production slowed, hours were reduced. But Ford didn’t blame the workers for the sluggish economy. The fault lay in business leaders who were “continually putting the profit motive over what he called the wage motive.” Ford told Garrett, “When business thought only of profit for the owners ‘instead of providing goods for all,’ then it frequently broke down.”

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Depends on what you doing in the military, if you take a job that requires s or ts clearance they actually want to see some level of financial stability and that you don’t have mountains of debt. It’s a pretty thorough background investigation for those jobs, general military or cops though yeah this is pretty normal, I’m a fireman now and we would definitely fit into the same group, I’ve never been around so many guys making over 100k a year that still live paycheck to paycheck, we definitely have some unhealthy spending habits too

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Save some bread and move? Join the Air Force or Army (Signal Corps) with tech for 3 years. Get the VA home loan and TS clearance before heading out. Get a 6 fig position… I’m just speaking on experience of 12 years man. It can be done… especially now. Every fucking branch basically is hurting. Army will take anyone fat n flabby now 🤦🏾‍♂️

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Jesus. Not a single win… looks like you might’ve been up some early on but just a steady steady decline.

Ts and Ps

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First things first - check your Ts&Cs to ascertain who the responsibility of the loan falls back on.

Loans often fall under joint and several liabilities, ie. if the loan is in two names then each party is equally responsible for the entirety of the loan, not just half the balance.

If the responsibility on your loan is as above, your legal routes are truly limited because your loan contract is evidence you've accepted these responsibilities - unless you can evidence that you were forced to agree to this loan under duress.

This is always the danger of joint loans - it spreads the risk for the lender, yes, but it can significantly double the risk for the borrower.

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Lots of cun ts. (mods won't let me say the full word :)

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I Do ... my A$$$$ts are waiting for blastoff!

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It's so professional looking

Until "two adul|ts"

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I remember when dumb wall street hedge funds tried to short the biggest hand crank manufacturer in the world.

I said "Do you think people are going to stop driving Model Ts, and if not, how are they going to start their cars you idiots!"

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What's the problem with you apes? We wanted to just know the company wasn't going brankrupt, which we now know.

Therefore the best way to help BBBY (and us) is to f... ING squeeze it out so they can sell the damn stocks at 80!

We can still do it and fuck all these shorts and crammer like idi..ts that says we can't!

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Can't believe you Idi... TS are selling!

Traitors paper hands, buy more!

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It really f***ing is.

One day I’ll write a book man.

The stories I have are insane.

From Gates program/college level testing as a kid, to drug addiction (the bad opiates) at 15. To traveling 23 countries by 25 and having 9 years clean last July. I went through gambling addiction (back when I just held like the Oracle). Haha I once bought 3000 shares of SQ at IPO. I sold ts at $18 a share because I turned $500 into $10 into 60K playing blackjack into $0 into selling my SQ and watching it go to $300 a share while I lost another $60K plus atleast another quarter mill. But now, my company is on track to do 2.7 M in revenue my november.

Lifes a wild f***ing ride man

My name will be in the history books someday. But - I think we all believe that.

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I deserve an award for ts . I wish I could show you the messages telling everyone I know to short the market since literally two weeks ago.

Oh, my only green position today was BBBY.

Ts is actually comical 😅

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I think that there is some tryth in this post, but quite a bit of drivel as well. All of my tena ts are screened for evictiions, convictiions, and credit, of which i require 650+. I also require 3x rent. I. This case, i used apartments.co. to do the screening. I also phone references and verify employment.

Not sure how i could have done better. But i do think that you may be right about the overhead cost of unlikely events possibly being wirth it.

But, folks shoukd read the tos, and understand what they are getting into. I shoukd have read the tos and figured that this s enarii was a possibility. Thats why i think i posted this... for the discussion and warning.

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Literally can't go t*ts up. 👀👍

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Of course the current recession is fucked.

But cancellation of debt allows for faster recovery after the real crash. This move is brilliantly timed.

Flush happening this year.

Political primaries occurring now.

Lower and middle class on their knees.

Banks already bailed out, there’s nothing republicans can complain about without pointing out the obvious stacks of full $Ts dropped into hands of big corps.

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Upper middle class.. paren..ts paid.. 😂😭 I had loans out the ass. Paid them.

Somehow I'm happy that people coming behind me and didn't have anyone to help them will have it easier.

The tax payer also funded billions in forgivable PPP loans for corporations and small businesses. Most likely funded rent pauses and mortgage forbearances. No complaints there.

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Yea I think that’s an issue across the board. Companies want to hire someone with the exact right degree and/or exactly relevant experience. And if they don’t get an applicant like that, they just keep the listing up and don’t hire anyone.

I have two masters degrees, including an MBA in data analytics, with military experience, held a TS clearance, member of MENSA, worked in finance before. But I’ve never done any of the jobs I’m applying for and I don’t even get rejections. Just ignored.

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is t!ts a color?

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I don’t understand who “she” is when there’s 6 international authors on the study and it passed peer review lol

> JM, MAH, MPH, TS, SA, and REC contributed to the manuscript’s revision and interpretation of findings. All authors had full access to all the data in the study and had final responsibility for the decision to submit for publication.

seems like an ad hominem on a single author to discredit without any contradictory evidence lol

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What do you mean by "inflation under control"?

I think they can only get it under control if they in fact deflate the currency. BUT if they try to deflate the currency recession is guaranteed.

The motive of this article is to show inflation is getting hedging riskier. For the hedging to be risky, the whole market is volatile, in general terms.

The article actually says SA to try and reduce liquidity, in the hopes of controlling, or limiting, volatility. The problem is the whole market, not only futures, or oil futures.

Sh*ts about to hit the fan

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I just left my full time position with the ANG for a private sector spot. I'm still a weekend warrior with an active TS and they still background checked me.

I understand, I just had to laugh. I should have threw my SF-86 at them and said have fun.

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I moved from a position requiring a TS to another requiring a TS and still neeeded a full background check and fingerprinting.

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This is something that cannot be overstated. I once applied to a job via a recruiter who seemed great. They took my info to do a background check and abruptly cut off all contact.

Visiting thier office resulted in the recruiter having a male colleague open the door and invite me to leave. I found later through a third party they thought I was a criminal after thier background check. That result was really quite dubious as I had renewed my TS clearance not 3 months before and had not murdered anyone in the intervening time period.

Such unprofessional agencies exist. Had they contacted me I am certain what thier mistake was could have been discovered.

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START SELLING ON AMAZON. Use a pare ts credit card until you're 18. Check out Fields of Profit and flips 4 miles on youtube. You wanna make money remotely? You can sl on Amazon 100% remotely and never touch a product.

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We've all been there.

A while back I was reading a board for a pharma stock that had tripled and one of the guys commented, 'phew, now I can finally show my wife the account again, 'hey honey, do you wanna see how the shares are doing?'. And he got hundreds of thumbs up lol.

If you invest wisely with the remaining you could claw it back. Don't go leveraged though, that will be much harder to explain if it goes t!ts up....

At one point I was down 50% and it was hard getting the go ahead to keep ploughing in our monthly savings. All forgiven now though lol.

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Just had a thought about how much of a dumbass you are...yeah dip shit, if TS announced that she wiped her ass with Charmin, the PG stock would absolutely rise. She has millions of followers who believe in her selections. I will say again, you GORDON_CLARK are a dumbass.

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Bring Booze By Yourself

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Dear friends and boyfriends of someones wifes. Today is the day that we were all afraid of, the day that our grandparents have praid for never to come, and today is the day that we have to stand closer together than ever before.

​

Some of us lost their money, some of us lost their illusions and some of us lost their trust. But no single one lost their hope. And so we shall fight together, as we already did before.

We got our scars from the fight against Melvin and Citadel and some of us still are holding the bags, full of $GME-shares, bought at $400 and above. We owe them to keep the struggle ongoing. Take the chance to support $BBBY and ts shareholders against the Hedgies and as the day will come, when they have to cover their short postiions, we will take the earnings from $BBBY to lead $GME to a stronger level than ever before.

​

Are you with me, as the force always has been?

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Bidenflation cost us more than we can afford. Before we had plenty of money to throw around. Nobody can afford sh!ts today.

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>ts may print!!!!!!!

You're a winner!

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as expected the boots don't downvoet comme ts thougb

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imgRyan bought 70,000 contracimgts at an avg price of $1. imgToday those contracts were up 700%. Yesterday Ryan informed the SEC that in the next 90 days he will close his position. He closed his position today img

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Correct, there is one element of suprise lurking about still, the press release to end all press releases. Why TF does anyone think they stacked the Call side so well? For sh*ts and giggs because its a fun summer thing to do? People that know what to look for arent joking when they say this is just the beginning.

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Trump is fucked, he admitted to having that TS & Classified information, BUT he’s saying he declassified it & “its his”. That’s not some hoax or conspiracy. This isn’t a place for politics

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Have to agree to Ts&Cs of your brokerage house for after hour trading. Call them and ask.

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Slightly off topic, but I'm a TS owner. They still want to do presentations, but I don't have to go. I discovered that if I say the person I'm traveling with is not my wife, they stop harassing immediately. Works great whether I'm traveling with my wife or not.

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Who are the c**ts who are selling? That volume is massive.

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Ah, sorry. Take my advice above, though. Get all the financials for the business going back years and use that to forecast what it'll do in the next however many years you'll have a loan for. Show that you can pay back the loan with the money from the business. Putting up 30% of the cost with your own cash will also go a long way toward showing the bank you're serious and aren't going to leave them on the hook.

I have a buddy who bought an existing business like that and he got the loan easily after putting in all the work. What I mean by "easy" is that as long as the Ts are crossed and the Is are dotted it'll work out, but they will insist on everything being in perfect order.

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Bought 30 @ $10 last week. Sh*ts poppin off

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TS (top shagger) behaviour there well done sir! We’re taking BBBY to $16 end of play today?

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So like legit. This 🥭 ass 🤡 mfer sold our nuclear secrets? Even fucking considered it? Even fucking allowed it to be a possibility.

I fucking swam around the Pacific with a fucking TS and if ida even fucking brought the wrong pen home I'd be in beyond deep shit.

Gotta be the operational shit. Maybe more, but that's the really really secret shit.

Idk. Uranium futures?

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Lowest I’ve ever seen the f430 is right around 80k and I follow the market closely. Never 30k without being wrecked and salvage title. Only time I’ve seen clear title ferrari in that range was 08 09 and even then it’s was 348 ts models no one wanted.

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The Ts produce honey

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What does the market do if trump gets tossed into ADX Florence for stealing or selling TS/SCI documents?

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I admit here that as a gay bear I brought myself ballsdeep into puts last week and I blew up my account.

Bulls, you win. I ts official. I am giving up my gay ways

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SPY just gonna casually climb up to the next ceiling touch at 429 😂

Ts & Ps for any put players this morning 🙏

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Sure, but only if you say, I love TS

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I feel your pain. We bought a ts in VA 15 years ago. How you got talked into sounds like us, as I have no idea how they were able to talk us into it other than that "free week" that we could use ✨️anywhere✨️. We agreed to 10k, paid it off, but still had the maintenance fee every year, which keeps going up. I contacted an attorney from the list of foreclosures listed on public record for the resort. We are paying 2k to the attorney to allow us to walk away from it. Might be worth it to talk to an attorney, actually, I know it is (unfortunately)

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Sorry I guess me being in the middle of that awhile back when I had TS clearance at one of the acronym functions of the federal government makes you the expert.

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This. If you look at trends, most businesses are favoring social media sites and exposures over traditional websites. Heck, the three companies my family runs engages daily on social media and we don't often update our websites. The traffic is there, but when you look at where they end up, it's a few clicks then off to Facebook. We have gained plenty of followers and such that way.

The other thing you could look at is helping clients with tools to reach and interact with customers. Virtual text messaging services for example. I love this with the services I use. We use AT&Ts Office at Hand VOIP system that lets us text and fax (yes, we still use fax lol). We have a lot of customers that prefer it over calls.

So from social media to virtual texting, helping your clients fill the so called toolbox with cost effective tools is a valuable service.

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Or maybe in your AS TS

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Ba dum ts!

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If he was ts to be an architect you could have him focus heavily on drafting for a year to see if it's his thing. If he is intellectually really gifted this would be something that would help him towards architecture and give him a challenge.

I’m an AP art teacher and there are three portfolios that can be completed. Those and AP Sem/Research are portfolio based AP’s that can really stretch kids because they create independent bodies of work.

All students can legally take any AP exam; If your son is gifted I would start looking into this ASAP, or college credit plus if it's in your state. I’ve had kids start college as juniors with the sheer amount of AP credits they gave received. However, know some ivy league and private schools are starting to get weird about these credits and not all accept them (like Dartmouth) but most do.

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I would aim not just for getting him to the next level but these opportunities and independent project based learning. It will aid in the balance if his social emotional development as well.

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Do you have a TS clearance? Look into AWS consulting side of the house. They would drool over not having to obtain a clearance for you and your double+ your salary

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Pick a job with a secret clearance at least and try to get into one with a top secret. It's actually easy to do and you can do one four year enlistment, get out and easily get a 6 figure position with your TS.

As others have said pick a job that transfers into the real world. Aka, do not be a grunt lol

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I would say 100%. I have a degree but am a pilot along side a bunch of dudes who joined out of high school or even with geds. I don't recommend the army pilot route but just giving some perspective of how the military has turned dudes with no diploma and no hopes into highly skilled professionals making 6 figures and massive job opportunity civilian side.

There's two big options when you join, join the army to get a 100% guaranteed job or join the air force to have the best quality of life but not a guaranteed role. Either way if you hate it you get a gi bill for college and rent when you get out so that's the worst case scenario. If you join the army for a guaranteed job, choose something with a top secret clearance. They're worth their weight in gold and are probably the single biggest benefit an enlisted guy can get since most training will still require additional school to be certified in the same shit civilian side. TS though is a TS anywhere. Another good route is aviation, you'll do shit people can only dream of and you'll be able to be a mechanic with a short civilian transition school. If you do the air force you'll be something random but won't be going to swamps or deserts for months of the year and will have far better housing and quality of life.

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Well kids, I'm in for sh*ts and giggles.

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Hey, this is quite similar to the Irish situation, we have such high tax on ETFs and Irish Revenue has left it as such a grey area that many aren't willing to go that route.

Look for large holding companies like BRK.B and asset managers like BAM, BLK.

Leveraged ETFs and ETNs and ETPs will be debt securities and maybe subject to different laws for you, so HFEA night be something to keep in mind too.

There are some uk companies like F&C IT(~vt), HVPE /HVPD.

SMT(BG Scottish mortgage investment trust, no words... You just must see their their holdings), and JAM (approx VTI)

Some of these later ones are PFIC for you unfortunately. But it's interesting for anyone who can't buy an ETF.

It is honestly a mess, how stupid can the EU be to force us to invest our saving outside of EU! Look what you are doing to us!

Also there are 3 American regulated brokers that accept Europeans: trade station us (not ts global), tasty works, and i think first trade iirc. There is a europoor guide on how to transfer. I hate the EU sometimes, all i wanted was to VT/vwce& chill for 60 years.

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Nope, it's still going.

I lost 10% (trailing stop loss), on MRO 2 days ago. Pre-earnings run, which I shoulda just had no TS on. Other than that, I've been swing trading oil this entire year and I'm definitely gained a lot more than I lost.

Next week I will dca into ABNB, since it's going up and everyone is running on holiday. After that, it's back to black gold & precious metals dca.

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Meanwhile i buy amtd as a parent company should have had SOME kind of sympathy movement... shi!ts the bed as soon as i pushe buy! 🤣🤣🤬😭😭

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No code is great to just demonstrate an idea and try it before investing more money to the idea.

I'm sitting here coding a TS/JS app as we speak, and just this damn change I'm fixing has taken me since yesterday and is pretty tricky.

What I'm saying is that JS isn't always "easy" per se. And I've been in the field since ca 2000.

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Isn't the Fed still buying MBS ETFs? ~$15bn a week? (which half what they were last couple years?)

They're trying to keep the long debt lower than the short term, hence the buying of Ts in the <5yr terms primarily, trying to force the inversion.

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