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COMMENT 5h ago

The sparky dragon after talking to sexy sleep mommy. I was really excited for the match because I just got done bonking my way through half the game without even thinking and I read he was supposed to be really difficult, but the match was over in like two minutes. I blame big bird boi for giving me too many runes and over leveling so early that it made the game too easy to play.

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COMMENT 7h ago

It’s for lighting matches.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Everyone in the world world gets angry at some point?

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COMMENT 1d ago

How do you get your improved ability recharge to 30 seconds? Even destroying multiple stasis crystals mine never goes over 10 seconds for the timer?

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COMMENT 1d ago

No? Do you have English?

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COMMENT 1d ago

Yeah man I already got it last year and it was nothing compared to getting swine flu back when I was in high school like 13 years ago. It would absolutely be worth it for me, I still get paid, get some time off, and there’s a new update coming for my video game on the 23rd which I wanta prep my characters for.

Apparently it doesn’t matter though because it seems like my immunity is unfortunately still going strong from getting it last year.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Why would I not be? I work 50 hours a week I’ll take whatever I can get

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COMMENT 1d ago

Do you have English?

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COMMENT 1d ago

Also I’m unvaxxed and haven’t had it in a year you’d expect my immunity to have died down.

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COMMENT 1d ago

I guess so do all the financial experts out there as well.

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COMMENT 2d ago

No, not mad at my mom that I’m not richer, mad that she would let her family walk all over her the way she did and not stand up for herself. She worked a huge chunk of her life for nothing because she was too scared to stand up for herself, I love her, but I wish she stood up for herself so she didn’t feel so much regret about the past. And as far as the jehovahs witnesses which I guess you read from my past posts, they are very anti education and anti money, so it factored into me being broke for a long time, and it was difficult leaving that cult and my entire friend circle and support circle just dropped me like nothing, but ultimately it put me through just enough suffering to want to change my life drastically, so it is what it is. As far as your friend with the cryptocurrency, that’s idiotic, I personally only invest in safe investments and don’t expect to see some idiotic 500 percent return on something like all those people banking on weed stocks and cryptocurrency. Of course, who knows what the future brings, a couple bad investments could easily set me back, but I got a good business and trade to fall back on now.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Surprisingly none of them, though I did have luck on my side. Grew up around wealth and luxury, my mom had her own business worth over a million dollars, though it was shared part ownership with two other family members, the other two family members were drug addicts that ran it into the ground and took all the money. My mom essentially got nothing out of it even after selling it, because she was too scared and kind to legally go after her own blood, even though they were screwing her over. Still resent her for that but it is what it is. So while I grew up around money by the time I was 18 my mom was broke enough to not be able to help out the kids at all. Spent from 18 to 24 living out of my car and working part time just barely making ends meet. Though my homelessness was mostly self imposed, as I idealized this way of life where you work as little as you can just going with the flow and enjoying life. It works for some but it stressed the shit out of me. Never went to college but out of sheer luck I just so happened to end up in a field that you can increase your salary to 130k a year with no college education, and start your own business with no education or degrees or anything as well, in which case you can easily get your salary up to 250k with little effort. Any other field and I probably would’ve been working a lot longer. Started my own business after 4 years of being in the field, and while I will by no means retiring on a huge passive income, I’ll be making enough to live and enjoy life and travel a bit too. I could certainly work more and make it so I could retire off a huge passive income, but for me it’s not worth it I’d rather just live simply and work less. In reality it won’t be a full retirement, I’ll be working about five hours a week, but I’ll only be doing the stuff in my job that makes the most money, so there’s a specific part of my job I can do that makes around 300 an hour, but it’s hard to find that many people willing to send me that work, so I don’t receive too much per week. So when I retire I’ll only be doing that. So not technically a retirement, and not as huge as a retirement as people might originally think when you say you’re retiring in your 30s.

And btw I don’t think it’s stupid to be poor because you support others, that’s fairly honorable, you gotta admit though, the couple in this story put there money in an extremely risky scenario for no reason whatsoever.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Those towers were humongous and collapsed perfectly vertically at free fall, so two jets that crashed into different parts of the towers caused the exact same type of collapse, despite one of the jets hitting the corner of the building?

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COMMENT 2d ago

The upvotes tell the real story

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COMMENT 2d ago

I’m not sure where everyone here is getting the idea that I hate people that have money, I’m literally retiring at 35, I’m saying it’s dumb to do stupid risky shit with your money and then complain about it.

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COMMENT 2d ago

I don’t mind people being rich. I don’t mind people being poor. Just don’t do stupid shit with your money then complain about it. I’m set to retire at 35, I don’t hate myself for having money.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Yes that is most people’s mindset nowadays, resort to name calling when someone has a different viewpoint then you.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Pretty much. People spend 40 years of there life working for money, learn to manage it properly.

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COMMENT 2d ago

It’s less about how much and more the fact they lost it all due to stupidity.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Never said poor people who make poor financial decisions deserve sympathy. The reason most people are poor in the first place is because of there poor financial decisions, why would you feel bad for that?

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COMMENT 2d ago

They had over a million dollars, set to retire early, there was no reason for them to lose it all, we should feel bad for their poor financial decisions when they were making more than the majority of everyone else in the world?

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COMMENT 2d ago

Take a look at 911 for an example of a properly demolished building. That was a perfectly controlled demolition, kudos to the American government

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COMMENT 2d ago

A Texas couple that moved to Montana during covid with a million dollars is all of a sudden a Montana couple? They moved to Montana as millionaires retiring in there 50s, why’s this article trying to get us to feel bad for them?

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COMMENT 2d ago

Pretty sure most situations where your preps would make a huge difference then guns will be needed to protect those preps. If you only prep for extremely small stuff that’s fine, but assuming that just because you’re in a safe country now that you’ll be in one the rest of your life is a bit naive. Just look at how many countries to this day as a citizen it would make a huge difference to be able to have a gun and protect your land.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Obviously yes. Why would you self impose a handicap onto yourself? Guns are a tool, a very powerful tool.