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I've never used a "disability attorney" but when I was rear-ended on my motorcycle I went to one of the Saul Goodman-type shysters that advertise on TV and they got me a very large settlement.
If your husband has any lingering pain whatsoever, you should be getting a much larger chunk of change. I wouldn't sign this deal without a different attorney. Yeah, it'll take some time. Worth it.
He’s not allowed to own individual stocks anymore. It’s part of his deal with the sec to have his tv show.
I was using travel and doing stuff as just other examples. I may have an account with $50k in it that I could use to have life experiences. But doing so would set me back to the point where a FIRE endgame isn’t possible type of thing. Like the whole reason I’m where I am now is because I spent too much on that stuff in my 20s and now have to catch up. I could spend every dollar I make in the pursuit of entertainment. There is a line somewhere and I often feel like it may be so far to the saving side I’ll be sitting around staring at walls rewatching the same Tv show for the 5th time, because I don’t know what to do to have fun on my weekends without spending money. I’m exaggerating or making it sounds like a bigger boo-hoo than it is, but it is something I feel. Like how much do I give up the present for this future. I’m sure everyone struggles with it to an extent.
But if your not in US.......it will get u a private nurse, and I will laugh at Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho on TV.
Ha! I'm not defending Stockpile at all.
I don't think the Stockpile has any value at all versus a broker like Fidelity, Schwab or E-Trade, etc. It's a crappy service that OP selected and then didn't monitor the account for nearly a year.
Others have commented who were also Stockpile account holders that they received plenty of notification about the fees before they were going to be charged AND had plenty of time to move their investments and close the account.
What I find frustrating is that people, such as OP, blame others for their own mistakes.
Companies change fees all the time. Netflix and Disney have famously raised their monthly fees. Apple and Microsoft have recently raised fees for their subscription services. Companies offer free trial periods all the time and then start charging for their services. HBOMax, YouTubeTV, Walmart+, Hello Fresh, Rosetta stone, etc all offer free trials. While not exactly the same, Stockpile did communicate that they were going to start charging for their service multiple times before they started charging.
You're suggesting that a company or broker can never change their pricing, ever. Which is silly.
Brokers charge all kinds of fees and they change those fees from time to time. Here's a source that lists all the types of fees Brokers can charge.
There's all kinds of articles online about selecting a good, no fee or low fee broker. You won't find Stockpile listed.
OP didn't do research, signed up with a crappy app broker, then didn't pay attention when the crappy app broker communicated to all customers that it will start charging a $5 per month fee.
Why are you so committed to defending OP's mistakes of crappy broker selection, not opening any correspondence from the broker, not monitoring the monthly statements to see what kinds of fees are charged, not doing anything about it for 9 months and then trying to blame the broker for fees they clearly communicate, while also not reimbursing a family member for mistakes the person made with their money?
This is 100% OPs fault, result of their own negligence and lack of attention to their money and what it is doing.
So institutions could buy at a low and do this shit while “analyst” spew on tv fear-mongering near market theories, making hand over fist profits in a short period of time
Only if they find out.
My work does not suffer. I complete all tasks assigned to me, never miss milestones, and am available when needed.
I am a workhorse and I do not quit. I am also very quick with what I do.
Would you say it is more appropriate to sit on the couch and watch TV for 30 work hours a week, once I have completed all tasks that require my attention?
Apple plans to announce the rumored 15-inch MacBook Air at WWDC, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. The laptop is expected to be unveiled alongside iOS 17, macOS 14, watchOS 10, tvOS 17, and Apple's long-awaited AR/VR headset.
Your argument here is that "good" is subjective. "Good" can mean good customer service, but to many other people "good" means safe when it comes to banking. In this case, first republic was anything but safe and failed.
The fact that Cramer can spout complete bullshit on a prime time tv show should be illegal.
he is right and he is wrong like most people. He is a tv personality and isn’t your personal financial advisor.
As someone else stated, some 529 plans are crappy ones. Ours was run by Vanguard.
We did not overfund as the restrictions on 529s were still pretty stringent, now they are basically really great gifts for the kids.
Our costs for kids in state was $25,000 per year, and that includes just about everything. Tuition, Room & Board, all fees, all textbooks, all labs, all supplies, Season Tickets for sports. That first year you also have the all the stuff they need for their room, which was probably another $1000. Microwave, TV, refrigerator, hangars, sheets, bedding, storage stuff, laundry soap, etc
It's not the same. FRC got there after a $100B withdrawal happened. They didn't put themselves there, they are sitting on $222B in assets and had $108B cash, it literally just flashed across my TV.
Most stock pickers are wrong most of the time. Cramer just has a TV show so he has a wider regard reachability than the analyst at JMP securities.
Just woke up and turned in the TV and learned they’re conducting Nuclear Incident Training all week long at NRG Stadium in Houston “expect military aircraft” 👌 Okay nothing to see here folks move along ….
Whatever your favorite TV show is you better hope they got the latest season done already. Writers strike imminent 💀💀
You own a ten year old TV....that is so gross, and considered undesirable
Correct. I use the same headphones, keyboard, mouse, monitors, tv, for years. It all does the same job at the end of the day. 'But, but its got this new feature'. It's just another way these companies get dumb money to keep buying product.
Bought a used TV on Craigslist for 300$. The fool left his Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Hulu signed in lol. What a bargain.
I thought this was r/SuccessionTV for a second
I definitely agree that modern TV leaves something to be desired. I would much rather watch classic shows like Baywatch or Full House. They are so much more entertaining and wholesome than the trash on TV today.
Modern TV sucks...watch Baywatch 1994 instead, or Full House 1995
Succession is overrated...binge watch the TV show Sex and the City 1997 instead,
you should have known there was no recession imminent when Jamie started crying on TV there was a ''hurricane'' coming. It's always the same script.
Yeah, but it was the good guys dying part that was rough, not the killing the bad guys part. Vietnam movies are unpleasant because in many ways, we were the bad guys. Moral grey areas are emotionally painful. It's much easier to suffer in the name of good.
The most morally ambiguous part of Saving Private Ryan was when the good guys shot the innocent conscripts who were forced to fight by the Nazis. But it was excusable because it was D-Day and they didn't know better. The audience didn't know better either until the Reddit TIL's about it. The worst part of Band of Brothers was when we met the German-American guy who returned back to Germany out of national loyalty. I'm glad that they included the classic bit about how nationalism is cancer, but I'm glad they didn't make us feel too bad about it. It's crazy watching Zero Dark Thirty about how they killed Bin Laden, and still feeling ashamed to be American. Bin Laden was evil, but so was the CIA torturing innocent people. Like I sid, grey areas are painful. That's why we spend all our time watching Marvel movies. The have similar themes, but are less guilt inducing since they are fictional (aside from that one scene in the Captain America TV show.)
Well Nixon declared it on national TV. But yeah it seems that the consensus view may be that although it can not exactly be called bankruptcy per se because it was not a court procedure, it was still a default on debt, that amounts to virtually the same thing, without the name.
Its never too late. Make a plan and stick to it. Budget to the penny and knock out the high interest CC debt. Go after the personal loan and find ways to make the student loans easier such as PSLF. Cut all unecessary costs even tv cable or netflix! You need discipline for a few years and it will be good. Keep contributing to 401k and roth ira.
I also now find myself hesitant to jump into a series because of how often they pull the plug. Ran into this with 1899. Dark is maybe one of the best shows on the service, but I know how Netflix is, so I waited to see if it had good backing before diving in. Just as I was about to - canceled. They say they look at the numbers to come to those decisions, but if they continually burn their audience by killing shows, then it turns into a self-fulfilling prophecy where people are hesitant to dive in because they're worried about wasting time on something that will be canceled, so adoption rate is low at first, leading to Netflix canceling the show.
Compare this to HBO's handling of The Leftovers - season 1 was a disappointment, so did they cancel it? No. They gave Damon 2 seasons to wrap it up, leading to 2 of the best seasons of TV in decades. Netflix needs to show faith in their shows in order for us to do the same.
Unfortunately the most "value-add" ok improvements you can do now will be those that will be boarded up and not apparent for the tenants. They will likely not fetch you higher rent BUT could possibly save you down the road in regards to bills and future maintenance, and perhaps help in tenant retention.
Definitely sound proofing between the units. You be required to have a certain level of fireproofing anyway so use materials/methods that not only satisfy that but deaden the sound transference. Don't do half measures, if they fail or don't do the job then they were a waste of money.
From experience, sound-resistant insulation negligible improvement vs proper double 1/2 staggared drywall. On ceilings. If you can use green soundboard or rubber membrane I'd give that a shot vs decoupling glue.
Any electrical changes, do now. Any new runs, be sure to have slack in the wall so it's easy to move outlets if needed later on.
Put blocking on any locations that a TV may be mounted, towel hooks, toilet paper holders.
Use proper waterproof membranes in wet areas so even if your flooring/tile fails, it won't transfer the damage to another unit.
Run ethernet, make sure it all goes to a central spot per unit.
Put a metal drain pan under your dishwashers.
Niche asthetic upgrades, like actual shelving niches, can always be added later when you're making some money and get to a point where you need to up rents.
This guy is so us if he never made it onto tv
Yes, lots. You already have good ideas. Some additions will help home value, some will prevent fires or other dangers, some are comforts, and others will save future costs. Some of these were already mentioned, but here’s a list:
- Cable and internet. Larger rooms with multiple open walls should have at least one per wall. Also consider that most TV’s nowadays are wall mounted. Ethernet connections should be available on different floors and in most rooms.
- Electrical. There are so many connected devices nowadays. Instead of power strips being the norm, why not just install some additional outlets. Consider where two people might wfh in the home, mesh wifi networks that might need a router in a hallway, using multiple devices in bed, automatic window blinds, smart doorbell, bidet toilet or seat, surround sound system in different rooms, cameras, etc. Or on a patio or back deck for someone to plug in an electrical tool or their computer.
- Sound proofing. Around the bathroom, master bedroom, between units, etc.
- Laundry shoot. Assuming the laundry is in the basement of a multi story home. Cheap and easy to install some paneling around a section of framing and a small door.
- Open spaces. Open floor plans are highly sought after for entertainment.
- Windows. Especially in areas that don’t traditionally have them. For example a laundry room, bathroom, or basement. Ceiling lights might also be an option but can be costly for a full sized window. Your county, state, or utility company might offer weatherproofing rebates.
- Lighting. This is one of the most overlooked features in a home. Gone are the days for one light/fan in the ceiling of a room. Recessed lighting options, under counter lighting, lighting for stairs, outdoor lighting, lamps, etc.
- Bathroom. Mount the shower water output higher for taller people or a rain shower and add built in shelving.
- Modern spaces. Many people don’t hold formal seated dinners with guests. So instead turn it into the option for a game room or office. Add an island or counter in the kitchen for casual meals.
I can't take seriously any investments into a company that I don't take seriously.
I can only rationalize buying stocks of companies I believe in. Netflix as a product to me as an actual customer has only become less and less relevant, less used and their track record of butchering loved shows also does not help. At this point just because they've cancelled so many started TV series I enjoyed mid-way makes me not watch any of their new stuff with a mantra "if it's not finished, not gonna watch it".
"Some people" do things because they heard it on TV or their cousin Vinnie told them it's a good idea or they remember something they read once long ago or they saw it on a sitcom. Ignore what some people are doing and do your own research.
The difference between protection results from what might cause the liability. If you're a consultant like OP and are the only one performing consulting work, what is likely to cause any lawsuit in your business? Errors or bad consulting. IOW your own work. No matter if your company is organized as an LLC, C Corp, S Corp, whatever, if you're the only one performing work and the work is bad... you're going to have liability for the bad work you did. And depending on the type of error and how you've represented the work, that liability is also personal. So for consulting or other service type organizations with a single owner/operator, the best way to protect yourself is insurance, not corporate structure.
A building you own is different. The nature of the liability comes with the asset itself. You can have potential suits or liability from things that just happen - slip and fall, etc. In that case, you would receive some protection from certain corporate structures and operating practices.
As much as we all think it's a simple thing, corporate law and liability is complicated and worth spending a few dollars on an attorney consult in the case of large assets and potential liability. On the flip side, I see waaaaaaay too many people on this sub and similar ones that have an LLC but don't really receive any real benefits for it. So they have the worst of all worlds (especially if they live in a high tax state like CA that charges $800 a year for simply having an LLC) - high regulatory burden in the reporting and tax forms yet no corresponding protection. Those people (and I suspect OP is one) would be much better off spending that tax compliance money on an insurance policy and operating as a sole proprietorship. You have to understand what your potential liability is and the best way to mitigate it, not just open an LLC because some people think it's a good idea.
It was created by HUD, not TV talking heads.
Shit earnings is this week… well they got Apple Pay and all their other new products and they’re pouring money into Apple TV. I’d wager calls personally.
Let's start with your income.
And your expected expenses. Like rent, utilities, council tax, internet, groceries(both food and household cleaning items, tv licence ect
Those will be going as well. Adobe I have to pay extra to cancel it (dumb in my opinion), and I canceled YouTube today. I forgot about Amazon prime but I watch most of my TV on there.
I’ve shopped around for cheaper insurance but haven’t found any.
I maybe could pay off my phone but then I wouldn’t be putting that money into savings
Bruh, imagine going on a TV show to sue ex wife because he thinks their kid is too ugly - Reddit
Like bruh.....WTF, you ain't DiCaprio either
I started with a standard boglehead makeup of VTI/VXUS/BND but found out quickly that in a taxable account the taxes on my dividends every April when filing federal wasn’t making me happy. So when I got a chance to tax loss harvest over the past few years I rotated out of all BND and switched that up and started contributing to BRK.B as they don’t claim dividends.
So basically VTI/VXUS/BRK.B. Maybe 60/20/20 or so.
VTI and VXUS while still spinning dividends off are mostly qualified dividends and don’t hurt terribly as much. Still keeping me stress free through diversification.
VTEB isn’t a bad etf to use either as a tax free bond in a taxable account if you are high earning and for some reason want dividend income.
I also dabble very small with some single stock holdings in the Edge account too. Like Amazon and Nvidia and things I personally like; Peter Lynch style long term. But I buy and hold those stocks for years. Don’t plan on selling.
I still prescribe fully to the standard bogle setup in my non taxable accounts. The taxable is just my “last bucket”. While my neighbors have an incredible 80” TV with a laser pointer remote beaming from across the room to select all their widgets, I just smile and nod thinking about my “last bucket”.
Amazon seems oblivious to uses of AI. They only talk about it for AWS, without even realizing it could be a game changer for shopping. Imagine if you could use AI to help people track & plan birthday gifts, offer recipes which automatically add all items to your shopping cart, etc. Amazon's retail experience currently requires you to know what you are searching for, missing an opportunity to help with transactions where a consumer might seek advice like with home improvement or car repair projects. AI literally could become a virtual salesperson able to answer questions about products (is TV A better than B). Sadly Amazon's leadership has failed to be inspirational since Bezos left. Maybe Walmart or Target will use these ideas to beat Amazon.
Shipping one tv is more than $1. Shipping 100,000 screens, now the costs can be distributed, which can end up being $1.
I’m curious what you mean by “it doesn’t have the hands-on approach I need…” I work in advertising and there are a lot of video producers that are very hands on and actively a part of making the process and spots better. Are you sure it’s not the place you’re at? Or are you more interested in film or tv? That would be fun too to go to a production company or freelance in that world if you have enough experience for that.
nah it’s about some kids fighting to the death in a circle on tv
I don’t really watch or care for military tv/movies but I hear that’s a great one
You'll also need a US DOT permit and you have to list that on the side of your truck, but it's just some paperwork.
There was a whole reality TV series made about hotshotting, called Shipping Wars, though they make it seem more glamorous than it is.
Another option is to offer to be a local junk hauler in your area. Or to transport cars to and from service.
and there is ring and fire tv and whatever else. most stuff is still sold by third parties
Or, and stay with, use any of the lore generated by hundreds of books and TV shows that the fandom took as Canon. Disney literally cried about having nothing to work with except that they literally had poorly written but well thought out stories to cherry pick from that blow the doors of the sequel trilogy.
after 18 months of dating
gf finally opened up about what porn she likes
even tho it's mad softcore
boutta cast her favorite shit to the tv
while she sits on my face
$SEX 69c, no expiry
Two tards spitting about shit they have no clue about. Truly Nazi TV.
My gf’s cousin is trying to become a cop so he has to do one year at the local jail. They beat him up a couple weeks ago. That’s what he gets for going from direct tv to cop
You need to find clients that need social media, TV advertising, online advertising to make their business successful.
Then charge accordingly.
The difference between you and say a plumber is you know you need a plumber, when your pipes are broken. You are not fixing anything, instead you are improving their business. With videos, especially today, businesses can grow 10x online. You need to find clients who already know this and show them you are capable of doing it.
For example I know a guy who hired a videographer for his online business and they split the profit, because the business is mainly just making tiktoks. That guy is making 6 figures just from 1 client/partner. It's totally possible to make lots of money in video production, you just need to show you can do it.
Also if you are trying to make commercials, you need to make a spec and get in touch with marketing agencies. Big budget commercials usually go through an agency first.
Unfortunately this business is one where you might have to do a freebie just to up your portfolio.
Say how u doin' like that guys from tv show frens
It more than that, generally the older generation also spent a lot less on upkeep as they were handling a lot of maintenance themselves, whether on the car,.on the house or just repairing random items. That said, it was also a lot more possible and accessible at the time. For instance it was possible to fix most CRT issues, but many problems in a new TV are not possible to fix yourself (some are).
I’m from PA. I always though the distinction was ‘prepared food’ not ‘ready to eat’.
For example, a banana is ready to eat. But it is not taxed.
I believe you should be charging tax (a sales tax license is free using MyPATH).
Easy way to test the theory is to go buy a TV dinner from Walmart & see if they charge tax on it. It’s basically the same idea as your business.
>This is not the same as tracking every pick he makes on TV or Twitter.
This portfolio was changed to a charitable trust after 2005 when he got his TV show, prior to that it was tracking picks he made on website thestreet.com, which Cramer co-founded, I'm under the impression the Wharton study did that because it's taking his "top picks" and not all the picks he makes on his show (which would take a tremendous amount of time to log and model, I understand)
There's an article behind a paywall on Seeking Alpha about the results of inversing the 10 most recommended Mad Money picks and it seems to have done very well over the last few years, though I fully recognize that doesn't encompass the entirety of the time that Mad Money has been on air.
That is talking about the actual charitable trust portfolio he managed. This is not the same as tracking every pick he makes on TV or Twitter.
And even the linked study also mentioned that the charitable trust pays dividends and donations which affects market return. So to be 3% behind market returns is not unexceptionable.
In my comment I was more talking about how he makes thousands of calls on TV every year and the only ones that get linked on Reddit are the bad ones so you can easily have a warped sense of how his total picks do.
Then maybe the challenge is you’re approaching the wrong customers rather than going where those services are in demand? For example a small business having a Tv advert seems like quite a stretch.
Not here criticising you just trying to offer the insights you’ve asked for.
Gym then gotta grow my beard out later and watch tv
What is the service ... a cheater's reality TV show ... a Bumble scraper ... vans you can live in ... or a creative writing service?
I’m in Australia. I always loved Video EZY. Made and event out of picking a movie. And I’d look at the games. Also made it easier to not end up spending hours binging Tv everyday. Convenience is a curse istg
No, it's mainly for paid media and tv advertising.
You are young you can recover from you mistakes, plus, you LEARNED something.
I appreciate you admitting you gambled on stocks/options, I have always called the US Stock Market the biggest casino in the world and it is legal in all 50 states. Of course, this sounded better back before every state allowed casinos.
Real Estate can make you rich, but you have to work hard at it. For all these rich, house flipper shows on TV, there are 5000 people that failed at it.
I found that real estate was not my bag.
I don't like bonds. As you see with these banks that are failing, they bought bonds at 1% or less, now that bonds ae going up, those bonds lose real value. Why would I want to buy your bond paying me 1% when I can buy one paying me 3%.
First Republic Bank is a true asshole bank. First, they have $200,000,000,000 in bonds paying them 1%. They then received a BAILOUT from other smart banks of $30,000,000,000 and now they ask that those smart, rich banks BUY the First Republic Bonds and pay First Republic the value that First Republic set them at, so the smart, rich banks then take the loss. What a deal.
If I was JP Morgan and someone said that to me, I would say, you can fail. I gave you $10,000,000,000 already, now you want me to buy $100,000,000,000 in bonds for $100,000,000,000 that have a value of $40,000,000,000 so I can take the loss of $60,000,000,000.
As interest rates go up, stocks go down, bond yields go up. Buying bonds with high yields sounds good, but what happens in 5 years when interest rates go down and bond yields go down? Stocks go up.
Why would anyone want to buy a bond paying 4% when you can get stocks paying you 5% dividend and going up in stock price?
I chose investing in the stock market.
He's literally been the mouthpiece for hedges and giant brokers who have a bad position his entire TV career and yet, hardly anyone figures it out.
That's what cleaning products are for. When we bought our last house and needed a few things I found them on offerup and Facebook marketplace.
$2,000 TV stand with a few minor scratches for $200.
$800 desk in pristine condition for $100.
$1,500 kitchen table for $300 - which honestly I could have found a better deal, but I was renting a truck for the others so I just took the best available on that day.
Used is definitely the way to go if you want good quality and prices.
Red flag! Divorce your boss immediately! You are being gaslit! Call the FBI and the local TV news consumer reports person! We're gonna destroy their ass into the stone age for (checks notes) making a calculation error that you're more than willing to simply point out and ask they fix if we could just help you with how to phrase the issue.
Right thur the tv
Disney should let me produce tv shows for them because obviously they have no one who can tell what is shit or not. Honestly, couldn’t get any worse with me in charge.
We had an issue when closing our account with DirectTV where we had to dispute an invoice, they revised it, and my wife erroneously only partially paid the total charge. The account was closed (which also means they deactiaved our online access), and a full year goes by, not a call, email, or letter from DirectTV. Go to buy a new car, and they run her credit and bam, collections alert for said DirectTV invoice. Da fuq, we think? Manage to get ahold of both DirecTV AND collections and NEITHER party can produce said invoice that was sent to collections. The conversation was so unbelievable with collections, and their pretzel logic was infuriating. It got to a point where I finally said, "so let me get this straight, you are telling me I owe $xx dollars to DirectTV, and because it was overdue, they hired and instructed your firm to come after and collect from me, and you can't give me any documentation or proof of the invoice in question?" "Yes sir, you need to pay the charge" and then I hung up.
After that, I realized my wife may have the original invoice in her email, so she searched the archives for that, cross referenced with her banking, and realized she accidentally underpaid. Obviously, though, this didn't automatically fix her credit, and they had to use my credit instead for the loan, which was a bit worse, so rates weren't as good.
it's a TV station in Austin, TX
Folks, the best metaphor for what Private Equity is doing would be something akin to hordes of Mongols rampaging across the countryside scouring-up everything of value they can find, and leaving devastation in their wake.
If you take this article and/or follow-up on serious research, that's exactly what you find. From Gordon Gekko to the "Barbarians at the Gate" to Billions TV series, you can follow the depradations of this industry (which has been given untold power) ...and yet is mostly also allowed to defer responsibility for their portfolio companies.
putin is actually holding the ruble back on purpose..
if u look back at their rate, it was actually the best performing in the world
OVER 160 countries have dropped the usa dollar, and began using rubles as the petrol dollar-
esp as the usa market is crashing intentionally... putin is actually trying to use the Yuan, Chinas currency- apparently if russia gets "too big too fast", then thats going to be bad for russia for a lot of different reasons.
Please consider ALL NATO nations are going cashless, intentionally breaking the usa citizen FAST & there is a rollout of the "unicoin" by the usa & some others- so our dollar WILL be worthless very very soon!
the WEF/United Nations plan NO CASH society, as with a digital society we can all be controlled- especially when they want to use our "carbon footprint" as the bs excuse..
so, thats what brought ME here- I too am looking to get onto the ruble asap, because it is gaining value- no matter the lies about their economy being so bad off! Its doing so well, so fast, that theyre literally having to intentionally slow it down & u can look back at their charts and see this as well.. a google search will NOT work as all the lies about the ruble come up 1st so you dont know otherwise..
SOMETHING is going to takeover that poetrol dollar- russia is anti-wef plans for a cashless society & if so many countries (iincluding saudia arabia) have dropped the usa dollar for the petrol dollar, u know the usd is basically dead..
so, if u cant invest into gold- which I know I cant- then look deeper into the trends on how the ruble & yuan have moved UP over the last 6-12 months where as the dollar appears "ok", but it is actually in the red- again, COMPLETELY INTENTIONAL to break everyone!
If you need some proof, I would see some honest write-ups on "The Expose" or "world alternative media" - im not sure if its a dot com, or dot org..
copied info from that site about the fed: HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU TO LISTEN TO THIS!
I had a bunch of condos for short term rental in a beach community and there were some real advantages. Yes, there is the $250/ month but you have an increased level of security, all your exterior maintenance is covered, and often, you have on site maintenance staff that can handle a lot of problems for you. The buildings I was in provided cable TV, water, exterior lighting and on site security. You should also have amenities such as a pool, sauna and exercise room. You do want to make sure you understand the Condo Documents, what the association finances look like, what your rights and responsibilities are and what the general rules are.
Yeah I was wondering the same thing. I thought they were going to explore that with the couple who had a good amount in investments, but then it turned out the guy had lost like $80k on some meme stock and the woman was in an MLM lol. I think we'd be too boring for tv
The day goes by surprisingly fast when you wake up around 9, have some coffee, watch the late shows from previous night, & catch up on email/reddit. It's lunch time, so you do a few chores- laundry or dishes, maybe plan out a complicated dinner, so then maybe you read for a while or watch tv for a bit... and now it's mid afternoon and the kids are about to get home from school. Proceed as normal from there. Occasionally, you can meet former work buddies for lunch, or convince a friend to cut a half-day to go golf or cycling or something.
It's relaxing, and the only one putting pressure on you to DO SOMETHING is you. When you don't have to cram everything into a weekend, it's much easier to get things done.
Triggerhappy tv. Had its moments.
autists hear me: if climate change is real, this might work. if it's a scam, this might work. new infinite rain money glitch?
real or not it's going to get "hotter". reality or a racket will make the numbers go up. right?
normies talk about it. politicians talk about it. govts spend on it. globally not just in freedomville
why the fuck would you not lotto some long-dated weather contracts saying it's too damn hot??
i will call CME this weekend and ask them to explain to me these weather contracts like i was rolled down the stairs soon after i fell out of my mother. even so, i will not let on this scheme. i only share it here.
because it's friday, trust i am ready to stream combat sports and yell at the tv and the clouds. getting old
sending my regards to xi for ez money today, enjoy your weekends you fopdoodles
How is still allowed on TV? Where are the regulators ?
Event coordinator -> civil engineer -> kids TV show presenter -> event manager -> did stupid YouTube content -> Social Media Exec -> head of social for a startup (fuckall role) -> Marketing
My wife asks me why I sub to this groups. Its better than any reality tv or porn on the web.
Nice work and great detail in your writing.
Hahahaha i remember that movie i saw it on tv hahaha the guy who were so tin
Anyone else with YouTube TV about to go postal if they show that Subway commercial with Jeter/Romo/Curry one more fucking time?
FRC afterhours is the real Must See TV
Did anyone watch the TV show Silicon Valley?
Their company ended up failing big time, losing billions in value over minutes.
Wow, You actually pointed out, what i was missing. Dolby vision is 4k hdr. It what it shows for oled tvs, so you had 4k this entire time you, you are just too incompetent to understand your own tv…
How nice of you to point out how ridiculous incompetent you are so proudly on reddit.
Mine has 4k and dolby atmos instead cause i have a custom surround sound instead.
Jesus this entire time you just didnt know how to read your tv and still talked shit. My god learn to google.
You are wrong again. Seriously use google, research is not that hard. No one is twiting your words. They are just untrue lol.
For example, i have a 10k atoms surround sound system which is why in my screen shot it say dolby atmos and yours says dolby vision. But you, in your complete lack of understanding of basic technology, point out to it as my tv being cheap.
Its like you want to proudly tell everyone you are too dumb to understand how your tv works and refuse to google it.
Should be illegal
Real talk: are you actually gonna hike that mountain? Ride the oceanfront trail? Forage in the forest? Cuz like my mom said, "why am I gonna go somewhere else just to watch tv." She wants to travel more since saying that. But the sentiment is worth asking yourself. Existing friends and family is nice because hard to make consistent friends elsewhere quickly.
It's from the TV show Little Britain, the guy is called Bing Gordon
Remember when all the talking heads on tv said we would need a VIX 40 for the bear market to end how wrong were they
Chill man. Not everyone is trying to decieve you. Here's my tv. I have an LG OLED tv, but still doesn't show ultra hd like yours.Now I'm even more curious
Seconding the "unrestricted spending" money. We each get a small amount to spend on whatever we like. She likes to shop guilt free and I like being able to buy a new tool or go out for lunch every now and then. It's small, like 3% of our take home each month, so if there's anything big we want for ourselves (looking at you, new TV for the basement) then we can underspend one month and roll that money into the next month for that big purchase.
We also have similar budgets for "family fun" (taking the kiddo to a baseball game, etc) and "mom and dad fun" (like concert tickets for both of us). Each month we adjust the individual buckets based on what we want to do/buy, but the total amount remains roughly the same and we each get an equal share.
We struggled a lot with saving while paying for daycare before implementing that strategy. It was hard to have different buckets for "entertainment" "clothes" "home supplies" and "food" which meant we had to track multiple categories for the both of us.
Trudeau on BloombergTV says inflation to 3% by Summer
Since you failed at reading the one sentence i wrote, it said “new releases” netflix shows and movies, except reality shows, are in 4k. I see 5/10 top 10 movies in the app at 4k right now so even your claim is a lie.
You know what’s worthless?
Analysts that go on TV week after week, talking shit about a country that’s grown at 5-12% compound growth rate for over 40 years.
What’s even more worthless? People who actually believe them.
This sub is about investment. Short the damn thing if you so believe. Otherwise, you’re just echoing the propaganda.
In the USA you can buy a bushel (56 pounds, 25 kg) for 7 USD.
A pound of brand cornflakes is almost 5USD. A pound of store brand corn flakes is almost $2 (Local Walmart)(prices approximate since the box is 18 oz)
A pound of corn is $0.125
Kelloggs gross margin 6.3%, operating profit was a loss of 2+%
Groceries are not a high margin business. And you gotta pay for the factory and the trucks and the warehouses and the ads on TV and the person putting them on the shelf and all that stuff which all is more expensive than someone with a tractor in Iowa.
Who gets to determine what you and I "need"? I need a new car, and a house, and a new suit and a big tv and ribeyes for dinner. Where do the price controls end?
Better question would be ‘is there anything right about broadway’. It has been pushing their woke agenda so hard I’m surprised that anyone is going to the movies or watching tv anymore.
Many years ago, I watch a TV program where they took 10 homeless people and gave the a place to live, a new set of clothes, some money and a job. They were back to being homeless and jobless within days, weeks or months.
I think that's the general reality, although obviously some do turn their lives around.
a $500 million licensing deal for Seinfeld to Netflix
- didn't know Sony own that ip.
- wow! an old tv show can fetch half of billion?
- Seinfeld: The Complete Series is on sales on Amazon for $70. can't Netflix just buy the box set /s
I don't know where in the country you are, but you sound a lot like my middle child. When he was in your position he bounced through a few jobs - dishwasher, car wash, cell phone sales, furniture sales, car sales, furniture sales again, replacement window sales and a few more! (see a pattern forming?). He now works at Spectrum corporate, inside (business) sales, and makes more than I do (30+ year IT guy).
My point is - find ANY opportunity now, and look around you at each job. He got into sales mostly by accident, and worked those connections through each of those jobs (some of those jobs sucked!). He wound up in basically the unicorn of sales jobs, salary + commission, and is killing it now and is on track for management. All the above happened in like 5 years.
Listen to yourself, listen to what coworkers like about you, and find something that fits. Maybe you are technical and OK with your hands - think electrician. Or techincal writer. Etc. Get in at the bottom and look toward management. Don't dream up your best job, make your jobs become your dream.
I did something similar - have had a very nice career in IT - but I graduated with a TV production degree. Got my first job in advertising (Small) and the IT staff quit the next day. Guess what, I know some computer stuff! I was hired, and made a whole career out of that.
Good luck - there are LOTS of good ideas in here. Just don't miss the opportunities that are around you.
Will readings aren’t really a thing in real life, just in movies/tv for drama.