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I want to open an gaming lounge 5-6 ps5 an the tv-s In my country the median salary is one ps5 at the scarcity prices theese things cost. Find a local low level gaming shop that sells them for a fair price an wham rent a llace in a new residential area, but not that new because toddlers won't be crossing your doorstep and charge by controller. Also have juice sandwiches an chips open till 22 because it's for teenagers. This kind of business might generate from 2k to 10k a month in my country where median salary is 1k. I will have a go at it this year.

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Male a tv show about it. You could have sheep, and a farm store, and buy a tractor, and put up some poles with bird houses.

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Being better doesn't mean you look down on people. Great example of this would be someone like Mr. Rogers, arguably one of the most influential personalities in TV history, yet you don't hear stories of him looking down at other people. Your place/success within a niche does not need to entail dragging others down.

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Jeremy also called the car “brilliant” as well which was somewhat unexpected. Hilarious piece of tv.

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Where does the demographic who buys an expensive desk toy for a gift, shop?
Get this into high end department stores, and on home shopping TV.
I agree with the previous comment, your packaging looks like a urine specimen cup. Why would I want to pick that up?

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Maybe Elon should ask Mike Lindell for the lawyers "that handed him papers with evidence of voter fraud" that Mike claims he didn't read but took it straight to trump. It even had an idea for martial law, there will be blood. Also Elon, I heard Mike would like to get in touch with you, but I'm guessing he's not sure how to since he keeps saying it into tv cameras. /s

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Get this the cops showed up at my door asking me about stealing her fuckin TV!

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People actually call lawyers "white-shoe" outside of movies and TV?

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Elon is watching too much TV

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Very old veteran here on a new account, lost me at “this is different”. It never is. Never bet against Tesla and never bet against the mouse. It will never work.

You may see on tv that an asteroid is heading towards earth and will wipe us out in 3 hours. Tesla stock will rocket. Then there will be a correction and the asteroid will hit in 10 minutes.

Now you may be thinking to yourself: “surely this is different”. But it’s not. Tesla +200%

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Yeah, I don’t watch TV. Movies and live sports for me. Few exceptions Game of Thrones, Mandalorian, etc.

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They should just pump t&a on tv so everyone is horny and we have a sexy summer so they can stock food reserves

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There may be more to this than you're letting on.

The short answer is that, assuming you have a median income and live in a low to moderate (average) cost of living area, there is no reason why you should be struggling to make ends meet.

Work down the list. Do you have student debt payments? Do you keep a revolving balance on your credit cards? Do you have a mortgage on a moderate house, or do you spend more than 25% of your after tax income on house related expenses? Are you financing your cars on seven year loans?

Those are the major expenditures. The smaller things can be almost as bad. How often do you cook at home? How much do you spend on subscriptions, which include Netflix and Spotify as well as your cellphone contracts, TV, and internet?

If you haven't already done so, the single best way to get out of the position you are in is to adopt a personal finance framework and, as the first step, get on a written budget.

Dave Ramsey's Baby Steps is the most popular framework. The /r/personalfinance wiki has another one. You should also take a look at the Money Guy Financial Order of Operations and the Bogleheads.org wiki.

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On tv they say it’s wrong to assume genders.

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And I'm like bitch how can this be

I'm tryna sleep but my nuts are up watching TV

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I was very confused by the aids being real and not in it I think he was trying to juxtapose the ever changing nature of the the medical fields understanding of aids vs fauci in 89(?) going on live tv and telling the American people there would be a cure by the end of the year.

It does seem all over the place and a lot of it I’d like to look into more. What I do like about it is the contradictory opinion to the mainstream, with the sources to back them up. Even if they’re not all up to snuff like you’re saying, it’s a lot more than u see from a lot of crazy conspiracy theorists. It definitely made me learn more about the medical field

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Just finished Halo TV series, good stuff!

Now The Stand, so far so good

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It’ll be something in 20 years when the woman/man/aardvark of your dreams can toss your salad I. photorealism with forced feedback devices but until then it’s like selling TV over the internet when everyone still has dialup modems.

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Love the atmosphere, social environment, and positive experiences regardless of the price. I feel like this does more for mental health and long term growth rather than trying to save Pennie’s and staying home watching tv

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Preach

Even video games don't clapp like they used to.

We have constant supply of new tv shows that we burn through and in the end we end up bored with them all in the end anyways.

Idk man - I'm kinda starting to think life is all about how to cope with the suffering

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I mean I don’t know lol I only ever watch Netflix, HBO, etc. haven’t watched Cable Tv in years

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What about one of those funeral policies, you know the ones that advertise all the time on late night TV? Those policies do payout, I have family that works for one of the lesser known companies., so I don’t think they’re a scam.

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Say to myself at least I’m not that jackass…

Usually someone with a shittier life than me. Or reality tv or how exotic

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I didn’t even have a TV for like 5 years now. Just ordered one recently to be able to play my PS5.

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Dude it’s all ad revenue for them. When people start switching back to old tv re runs than 24/7 news coverage, they have to shift to hold your attention.

Fear = ad revenue = profit margins

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Yo thank you so much man. I totally understand where you're coming from. I'm gonna have to remix the whole thing and thats fair game! You're the reason for my comeback moment! THANK YOU MAN! The thing is, I listened to it again in headphones, off of my TV and if you put the volume all the way up it works!!! Can't have it at half it needs to be all tha way. Which of course is my error and I need to make it friendly to everyone but jsut give me a second and thanks so much for the feedback!!!!! SO MANY blessing coming to you and your family I swear!!!!!!!

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Sad? Really? Lots of people have gotten rich off short term trading. The Cramer ETF idea is entirely based off of short term trading as the biggest gains come from shorting his picks over the next month and only the next month. About half of Cramer’s picks are back up and gaining by the end of the next year.

Only a shitstain yucks someone else’s yum. You probably hate gays, transgendered people, and abortions because a rich person on tv told you to. If anything is sad, it’s your obvious gullibility.

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I don't know, because I am the opposite, and am always amazed at the number of people who will drop $100 on drinks and dinner for an hour and a half of entertainment, but will then wring their hands about spending an extra $100 on a TV they will literally spend thousands upon thousands of hours watching.

Or people who will buy a shitty coffee machine that they will use every day for a decade because "they can't spend $200 on a coffee machine," but will pay $20,000 more for a car that does the same thing as the car that was $20,000 cheaper, it just "looks more stylish."

People are weird with money.

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I am old enough to remember monkeypox of the early 2000s. I blame it on the social media and the rabidly partisan TV news channels for all the fear mongering.

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Even if they come out of the OS game I don't think they go for Roku tbh. Look at Google TV growth during the past year, even TCL offers Google TVs now.

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Those guys could easily get out of the OS game if Roku becomes the standard. Maybe people seek out Roku for its additional content and ability to reliably update.

My LG tv still doesn’t allow HBO Max for example because it’s a pre-2018 model.

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It was the red ranger too!

https://ew.com/tv/red-power-ranger-austin-st-john-arrested-for-covid-wire-fraud-conspiracy/

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23% interest is pretty huge.

Warren buffet averaged around 20% to become a billionaire.

Make sure your housing/utilities/etc are covered, pay off everything else... You can always buy groceries with the credit card. If you have a car, you can do Uber Eats or something to gain a little interim money.

Might sound draconian, but I would cut out all luxuries (TV, Gym etc...) before I paide 23%.

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I have a Roku thats 4 or 5 years old. It got upgraded with an SD card when they updated their firmware to support it. Thing works flawlessly and i have the apps i need on it. Its connected to the bedroom TV so no fancy sound system or anything.

But i don't subscribe to any of their offerings.

I am still wondering how it balooned as it did. Peleton syndrome i guess.

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I need a new tv, is it time to get a roku tv? Amazon also has it, anyone compared the two ?

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Every smart TV I’ve ever used that wasn’t Roku based was unusable. My two (non-Roku) smart TVs now have Roku streaming devices to avoid having to use the native LG and Samsung crap.

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Yeah for me I'm kinda justifying it like, when I'm out with friends the food itself isn't the important part. Qhether i get something expensive it's still ultimately about just hanging out with friends, but when it's PC or hobby items the cost is going to translate to the quality of the product normally. So Ill spend a lot for pc parts because I know I'll be set for a few years and have a better experience. So in terms of $ per hour if I spent 80 every time i go out for an hour dinner its 80 per hour. But if I spend 500 on a new graphics card that Ill put like 1000 hours into playing over the next 3 years its less than $1 per hour of time using rhe computer. Idk at least to me that's also why I prefer paying for streaming a movie at home on a big tv over going to a theater for $20 a ticket.

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I've tried writing a response telling you a bit about the movies (and a tv show) but reddit keeps eating them. So I'll do this lightening round style.

First movie (The Crow) - fantastic.

Second movie (The Crow: City of Angels) - ok. Worth a watch for Iggy Pop alone.

Third movie (The Crow: Salvation) - I thought it was a stronger entry than the second one.

Fourth movie (Not even bothering to look up the name) - not worth the celluloid it was printed on.

TV show (The Crow: Stairway to Heaven) - confusing, given the timeline.

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He explained on tv at one point that this is not the case, because so few people take the drug that it doesn’t have a significant effect on the market . Also, after employers paying insurance and the cost being spread among all insurance payers, there would be little to no effect

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Idk who is worse the cowboy or JP. Personally I have to go with cowboy. That dodo is on tv screaming about a bull market no matter what is going on. 🦤🦤

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Roku is the #1 Smart TV in North America...so I guess it is the future?

Seriously if you're not going to use a secondary dongle/device I can't imagine going with anything other than a Roku just due to the crappy processors Smart TV's have to deal with.

My Roku TV starts up in under a second compared to my Vizio which takes almost a minute.

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I mean it's a great gui for my TV but not for my gambling account

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Pawnshop manager here. This is one of the worst months I’ve had for net revenue. My loan balance is growing and people are renewing over redeeming their pawns. Sales have slowed down in store but eBay is still chugging along. Gun sales are down. Tv sales are down. Jewelry sales down.

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I had an equinox membership when I made $50K per year. I also didn’t have cable TV, lived in a rent controlled studio apartment, cooked 95% or more of my meals at home, drove a paid off 10+ year old car, and spent very little on other services (cleaning, personal care, dry cleaning).

I went to equinox about 5-6 days per week for at least an hour. I took advantage of the amenities (pool, etc.) and I did group fitness classes 4+ times per week.

To me, spending roughly $40 per week for 4 group fitness classes plus 2 individual workouts, plus access to the pool and sauna, and a social network was absolutely worth it. But I was willing to cut back in other areas to make my budget work.

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Yes tons of people. It's the number one smart TV OS and they ship loads of individual units. It's a quality product even if the company was tremendously over valued

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If you think anybody still watches tv…

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Hard to tell. HTC, Valve, and Meta are the three big ones right now.

The barrier to entry into VR is really high from a consumer cost perspective. We are talking about $2500+ headset and the computer to run it compared to a phone or tablet at $400 to $500.

And the experiences are also limited. For games, Half Life:Alyx (Valve) made a big splash when it came out. The Metaverse is also not really taking off even though companies are pouring billions into it. There is no real definition of what the Metaverse supposed to be. Going to a virtual Walmart vs. adding things to a basket on an app is not really a killer feature.

With Apples need for a polished product (ANC headphones for example), ecosystem integration, and premium (again see the ANC headphones), I have a hard time seeing them go VR vs. an electric car or TV or something else more mainstream. This is not Steve Jobs Apple this is Tim Cook Apple.

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You can always do half cash, half credit and do a payment plan with whoever you purchased the ring from. I do that with a lot of things. Furniture, laptop, new tv…that way funds aren’t depleted but you’re not trying to cover a mountain of debt.

How much is the ring, anyway?

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My roomate fell asleep with fox news on his tv.

I took the advice from this place and turned off the power to his room by turning off the circuit breakers. Uh, when I did that there was a bright flash, the house went real bright, and then the power in the whole house turned off.

Am I fuk?

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its' not over until Ackman is on TV crying about the end of the market.

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All my friends who put in the extra hard work for their education to just go in debt, can’t afford a house and job stability without work harassment is minute these days. The economy just doesn’t supplement the standards of living compared to how much time and work you take from us towards this so called “economy” that’s is suppose to give us opportunity and all these options to do fun things. Not holding us captive to buy grocery’s every week or make a life on “budgeting”. Life on budgeting to the degree it happens on the masses today is economic slavery in a system most don’t understand or taught about even in school. It’s a joke and nobody has a handle on it. That’s why it’s so bad. Half the fuckers who set the premise and ground work for the fuckery today are dead so who’s to blame? Policy? Naw we take it to ourselves not from the TV but for the neighborhoods we live in.

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holy fuck a tree fell on my car

halo tv also sucked

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No buttons on the TV itself?

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Throw a brick at the tv

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Break the Tv, “on accident”

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My roomate fell asleep with fox news on the tv.

How do i turn it off without him noticing? His house.

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I do that with consumer tech. I don’t twice about a hat drive or RAM . But upgrade a 720p tv in the basement to 4K 50” for only $300, nope. Mostly because what do I do with a “old” 43” 720p smarttv

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Tesla makes a multiple products which are in high demand and very little competition. Reliable rockets to space and Electric Cars which don't look like shitty Prius.

WTF does Roku offer that I can't get from literally any smart tv? or an amazon fire / google usb stick?

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Just went to Costco for a hotdog. Left with a new TV, 50lb bag of rice, new patio set, and a rotisserie chicken.

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Y’all see that Kevin dude on tv saying he wanted a sacrifice of one big entity. Shits going wild.

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You right that gets about as much reach as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Tik Tok. But you’re right if I’m watching news I’m not turning on fox, or a tv for that matter. 😂

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Honestly me and my wife are both work from home and we still use child care because it’s impossible to do both at a competent level.

You would Know if someone is watching their kid and working at the same time as the quality of the work will drop drastically and so will the output. It also triples the stress level for the worker. And free kid? Well they’ll just end up watching tv for 10 hours that day and be bored out of their mind. It will mess up the kid for sure.

It’s just not feasible.

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And saying they should increase risk now because stocks are 'on sale' is also not smart - cause like it isn't on sale and it isn't like a TV and no matter how many times you spit out stupid platitudes it doesn't make them anything more than stupid platitudes.

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You do you. But saying they shouldn't invest right now is not smart, so get 'er done I guess. OP said 10 to 20 year time-frame, which is perfect for investing even now. Stock market being down and people not wanting to invest is like, hey you see that TV? It's on sale. I better wait to buy it until it goes back up in price. Just buy and hold for 10 to 20 years and you will be fine even in this market.

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While we're in there, might as well go shopping, upgrade that TV, maybe get a sofa.

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Short roku on ER

WMT TGT all sank because of less TV sales. ROKU going BROKU

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Hey you! Tired of COVID? Tired of Zelenskiy constantly asking for more money?

Monkeypox! On all TV channels around the globe. Coming soon!

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I’ve wondered this myself. Especially the last year or so while looking at buying a house. You get to spend 15-30 mins looking at a $500k house, and have to immediately decide if you want to commit. On the flip side, I spent 2 months internally debating which Sony Bravia TV I wanted to get.

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And it started getting bad around when trump was president. His lack of care for addressing BLM, his almost racist comments on live TV, his constantly calling News fake and his lack of professionalism combined with growth of Fox News has created this huge divide. Add to that social media and wham. Today.

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Yeah nobody will care until their TV tells them to panic

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Exactly. Roku is in low end TVs. High-end models are either Google TV or they use their own OS like LG & Samsung.

Even TCL (biggest Roku partner for smart TVs) started offering Google TV as of last year to its models.

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It’s bizarre. $1000 off a new car is borderline insulting but $1000 off a new tv feels almost too good to pass up.

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Has she ever used a smart tv. Roku is not the future.

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Infrastructure package did nothing for the majority of Americans, look at where the majority of the money went, it wasn't even to our own country! Called out big oil? Oh wow, that'll surely change things! Big words, strong man, so scared! BBB was a shame from the beginning and would only harm middle class americans further while allowing politicians and corporations to pocket even more money. How about actually reading half of the shit you're getting fed by the MSM instead of thinking you're being saved because the tv told you so.

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Tesla is no longer the largest holding in Cathie Wood's Ark Innovation ETF ARKK being overtaken by ROKU

Imagine putting your biggest bet on Roku, meanwhile Google TV is eating Roku's market share like crazy! Cathie is insane.

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can we get Bill Spacman on TV crying again?

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Sure, but when you look at purchasing power I don't think 1300% growth over 32 years is unreasonable. In 1990 you could get a reasonable used car, pay your rent on a 1 bedroom apartment, and probably still have money left for beer and groceries on $1000.

Now, you can buy a 60 inch TV and a pocket sized computer for less than $1000, but good luck with living expenses. A 35" RCA TV was $2300 in 1990, and a cheap palmtop computer was $800. Which is $6890 in 2022 dollars. Right now from papa Bezos, a Samsung 40 inch TV is $267 and a Samsung Galaxy A12 is $179, or only $5798 at 1300% inflation.

It just matters what prices you're using in the basket for calculating inflation.

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Ah the peleton of the future. Its an IPAD strapped to a TV....

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This mirrors my thesis. I'm struggling to see this as a growth market.
Especially with Android TV coming to the fore.
Can Roku take on Google, Amazon and Apple? Apart from OE manufacturers that ship their own OS in their devices?

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imgWhat series should I put on the tv while watching the market img

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Wasn’t there one a couple days ago where old talk show biddies were drooling over some daytime tv actors fat yogurt slinger?

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I remember I dated a woman that was a minimalist and only had a bed, couch, small tv, clothes, and small table to hold the tv lol. She was from the phillipines so didn't even know what video games were was really weird.

I told her that I don't like spending that much money either. But, sometimes if you buy clothes you get what you pay for and you do notice the difference between a pair of Jordans and walmart clarks shoes, even though a lot of people say why would you pay x amount for a piece of clothing. I did notice that the quality difference is huge though.

She told me she didn't really believe in buying much things. But, she would always travel to a different state or event to Canana or Phillipines every 6 months. And she was like oh a plane ticket is only 800 dollars lol. And she would always talk about how she never liked being at her place, and wanted to eat out because she likes "the experience" of eating out.

I said that even though clothes can be expensive at least you can wear them for years and years. But she would doordash a lot of stuff, eat out 2 to 3 times a week. That plus the gas mileage of travelling to different states every 2 weeks made no sense lol. I also view eating out as "burning your money" because once you pay for that food item you get nothing else out of what you spent. Whereas, a car, clothes, or games you can still use daily.

Whose argument do you all think makes better sense though mine or hers lol

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>I remember I dated a woman that was a minimalist and only had a bed, couch, small tv, clothes, and small table to hold the tv lol. She was from the phillipines so didn't even know what video games were was really weird.
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>I told her that I don't like spending that much money either. But, sometimes if you buy clothes you get what you pay for and you do notice the difference between a pair of Jordans and walmart clarks shoes, even though a lot of people say why would you pay x amount for a piece of clothing. I did notice that the quality difference is huge though.
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>She told me she didn't really believe in buying much things. But, she would always travel to a different state or event to Canana or Phillipines every 6 months. And she was like oh a plane ticket is only 800 dollars lol. And she would always talk about how she never liked being at her place, and wanted to eat out because she likes "the experience" of eating out.
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>I said that even though clothes can be expensive at least you can wear them for years and years. But she would doordash a lot of stuff, eat out 2 to 3 times a week. That plus the gas mileage of travelling to different states every 2 weeks made no sense lol. I also view eating out as "burning your money" because once you pay for that food item you get nothing else out of what you spent. Whereas, a car, clothes, or games you can still use daily.
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>Whose argument do you all think makes better sense though mine or hers lol

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Every analyst on TV telling us that we aren't at the bottom yet... Does that mean the bottom is in?

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I remember I dated a woman that was a minimalist and only had a bed, couch, small tv, clothes, and small table to hold the tv lol. She was from the phillipines so didn't even know what video games were was really weird.

I told her that I don't like spending that much money either. But, sometimes if you buy clothes you get what you pay for and you do notice the difference between a pair of Jordans and walmart clarks shoes, even though a lot of people say why would you pay x amount for a piece of clothing. I did notice that the quality difference is huge though.

She told me she didn't really believe in buying much things. But, she would always travel to a different state or event to Canana or Phillipines every 6 months. And she was like oh a plane ticket is only 800 dollars lol. And she would always talk about how she never liked being at her place, and wanted to eat out because she likes "the experience" of eating out.

I said that even though clothes can be expensive at least you can wear them for years and years. But she would doordash a lot of stuff, eat out 2 to 3 times a week. That plus the gas mileage of travelling to different states every 2 weeks made no sense lol.

Whose argument do you all think makes better sense though mine or hers lol

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Idk, my LG TV came with all the streaming apps already on it. Netflix, youtube, hbo, all of them. The remote even has dedicated buttons for some of them.

No idea why this "roku" would in any way be needed.

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Yes, but it's not the fastest growing Smart TV OS.
That would be android TV

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> Owners of every media company

Except for that cable news behemoth which is by far the most watched network on all cable TV...

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Roku TV is the #1 selling smart TV OS in the US

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Why is this man on TV 😂😂😂😂

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Roku has their own network of free tv with commercials. Tons of great IP.

Great for economic downturns and cordcutters

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Vast majority of Roku sales come from platform integration (i.e. built into the TV when you buy it) rather than standalone players. They have partnerships with low-end TV manufacturers because its cheaper to add the Roku software than build your own Smart TV platform, but eventually people will get tired of forfeiting all their CTV adspend to Roku and build their own—Assuming they have sufficient cash flows.

Another headwind is that most TV brands using a Roku integration (TCL stands out) rely on retail giants like WMT and BBY to move units; If retail sales decline, Roku’s user base stagnates and the shares will plummet IMO.

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Roku sucks, much worse user experience than others like Fire TV.

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I have 1. They’re nice because they update frequently and are easy to use and cheap. You can slap it on any tv in the house and get right to it with no hassles. I haven’t bought a tv for a few years, but do have a smart tv. Though the apps never update and I can’t add any of the new ones. If smart tvs now have that function to easily update and add streaming platforms Roku may be done. If not there will always be a market, but it may well get smaller regardless. My god she’s dumb.

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Boomers love Roku. And with how shitty most “smart” tv ux onboarding processes are, Roku is what they know and honestly way better.

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I’ve used it. It’s ok. But most tv manufacturers put smart tech in their new sets… why buy / use a roku when you can just download an app to your LG tv and stream natively? I’m probably missing some use case but I don’t see the real long term value.

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I agree with this. Even across the distribution. I’d rather be in the 50th percentile today than 50 years ago. Today I can still have a fancy tv, phone, unlimited entertainment options, and when I’m not satisfied I can go complain to people on Reddit. It would have been a lot easier to afford a house 50 years ago though.

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Not so much trading, but "sell and hold". I hold 0% equities, and then mostly use bearish ETFs to make my stock exposure negative.

That doesn't make sense for passive investors: if you hold 80% US stocks, also holding -10% US stocks does nothing. So for passive investors, the approach would be to pick a fraction (1/2 1/4 1/10) to keep in cash.

It still requires "market timing" after that, but I would just rely on every TV channel showing news of a stock market crash. As you get really scared, you need to buy right then. Everyone will be scared, that's why it's a better time to buy.

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> There's nothing to stop parents from making kids study more or turning off the TV more.

Do you not think poverty would not have an impact on this? I would estimate that it would because

a) Parents who live in poverty have to work so can't look after your kids as much

b) Kids are stressed when they're in poverty or poor economic circumstances. Without parents at home or parents under work stress, less time to look after kids.

So poverty would have a big impact on this.

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Corporate America offers a for the most part sedentary lifestyle. If you’re not in an office chair all damn day, then you’re running around just exhausting your feet, can’t really call that working out.

and if you throw in there commute and coming home to watch tv, it’s real easy to let our bodies slip into non movement.

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