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How to trade stocks by Scuddly Wudds - Mon, 10 Mar 2014 03:53:57 EST ID:/bKRAJ0b No.36226 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been having an increased interest in stock trading, but don't know where to start. Any recommended resources?
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Doris Benningseck - Tue, 03 Jun 2014 10:41:55 EST ID:2uMfwkn1 No.36545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36455
I really like your analysis, I use Yahoo Finance to check the ticker on some stocks but I dont know some of the technical terms your using. Can you point me to the right direction so I can learn more about investing in stocks.
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Edwin Billingbanks - Fri, 06 Jun 2014 20:08:40 EST ID:MenuuGe4 No.36559 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36545

(I recently had to move a few states over to do some contract work so my ID changed) I posted a link to a book somewhere in this thread .... here it is

>>36420

Buy that book and read it.

Free tip of the day: If TRTC firms up and finds support in the 50 - 55 neighborhood next week, its a buy. Not financial advice, talk to you financial adviser, etc.
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Frederick Mendercocke - Fri, 27 Jun 2014 01:48:15 EST ID:Luoxtgsw No.36648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
fitx
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Polly Wabblelock - Mon, 07 Jul 2014 20:41:57 EST ID:MenuuGe4 No.36679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Get excited! Washington legal sales begin tomorrow!

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/07/us/07potshop.html
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Rituals, spells, other resources - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 22:17:42 EST ID:YkkXIUin No.36736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36262
>dicksucking epa faggot
>the fucking planet we live on

i hate you.

that's some good advice though.


Sophomore Year by Shit Gibblestock - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 11:51:39 EST ID:ZyLJ/ziw No.36720 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I survive sophomore year of college? And onwards?
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Sidney Pirrynere - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 13:42:16 EST ID:7nwlnlf2 No.36723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Adderall
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Jack Pettingfick - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 20:14:02 EST ID:lDXwhE0j No.36728 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sex in ample supply.
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Hugh Pedgebedge - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 21:14:52 EST ID:q1V1OjZB No.36729 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't die is basically the only advice worth giving.

Unless you go to one of the handful of schools that actually take grades seriously I don't understand how anyone has less than a 4.0 in college.
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Cornelius Peblingdale - Fri, 25 Jul 2014 18:16:00 EST ID:Cz+izEQf No.36730 Ignore Report Quick Reply
undergrad is easy. you do not need stims you just need to sit down and do all your assignments. C's get diplomas
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Basil Suffingson - Sat, 26 Jul 2014 02:25:46 EST ID:4TPz4Sht No.36733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36720
>real advice: find some cool people in your major / classes to study and do the HW with.

>free-time advice: do whatever you want.


How to buy a house by Molly Nobblebock - Fri, 21 Feb 2014 11:19:35 EST ID:ZL/dFca1 No.36157 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Both my parents died in the last year. My father owned land in a different state, he left my brother and I a house in the state we live in (but the house is wrecked beyond our capability to make it livable), and we're going to get some of his 401K money or something.

I'm a very lucky person. I have lived poor for most my life, so I want to make the best use of the money.

I don't care about the size of the house or how it looks, my only priorities are that it is not going to fall apart, and that it is mine. I just want a place to live, so I don't have to worry about things. I just want to work and get into college.

So how do you go about buying a house? How cheap do they come, and how expensive are they?
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William Fapperford - Wed, 12 Mar 2014 18:18:06 EST ID:6lBvcC+7 No.36243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In case you've been asleep the last 6 years: Do NOT get an adjustable rate mortgage.
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Phyllis Wezzlebury - Wed, 19 Mar 2014 15:40:47 EST ID:/zQahRz4 No.36274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
One of the big bonuses to having a home is for people who make enough money to get a tax deduction on the home. Essentially, you pay to live there, but you also save money on taxes. Owning a house is a bit crazy too, depending on the price. a $40k house is like spending over $100 a night to live there for a year. That's crazy. How long do you intend to live in a single area?not to mention all the other expenses which go into it. It's honestly cheaper for most people to rent.
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Isabella Murddale - Thu, 20 Mar 2014 00:03:46 EST ID:1wqnLcJX No.36275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36274
>Essentially, you pay to live there, but you also save money on taxes.

You can write off your property taxes and interest, but that's usually only worth it during the beginning of your mortgage term when your interest payments are at their highest, unless you already itemize your deductions instead of taking the standard deduction. Even so, a deduction isn't the same as a credit, so the reduction in your income tax owed is only a fraction of the amount you pay in property taxes. If anything, you pay more far more taxes when you own a home when you factor property tax in there.

>Owning a house is a bit crazy too, depending on the price. a $40k house is like spending over $100 a night to live there for a year. That's crazy.

Yes, it would be crazy if you decided to pay it all off in just 12 months. You know most mortgages are payed off in more than a year, right? And if you own the home long enough to pay it off or you've got the cash saved up to just buy it outright, then there's no need to concern yourself over that at all. The house is yours, with no monthly payments to make, just yearly property tax and insurance. Why is that so crazy?
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Polly Brevingshaw - Fri, 25 Apr 2014 23:10:21 EST ID:l2WLquFi No.36423 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Build a tiny house, look them up! http://www.youtube.com/user/kirstendirksen
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Phyllis Trotway - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 11:37:33 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Make sure it's legit, no liens on the title, structurally sound, check with the county for back taxes owed, things like that. Talk to a few real estate brokers about the process, spend some time in the neighborhood, realize that this is probably where you'll be living for the rest of your life, and if it feels f'n good, go for it. Buy it. Owning your own home is the dream, nobody can take that away from you so long as you do the minimum upkeep, taxes, stuff like that. Throw a house-warming party, invite all your friends, family and most importantly your neighbors, you are going to have to be in the community with them no matter if you like them or not, so feed them some barbecue and beer and you'll have a bunch of friends on the block.
Good luck OP, it sounds like you're making the responsible decision on how to spend your money.


Govt Contracting by James Cubblesatch - Thu, 12 Jun 2014 20:37:39 EST ID:3GjNrHDf No.36593 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking to get into Gov't contract work, Maritime security etc. EX: guarding shipping freighters going through the horn of africa/ somali coast etc. Conderotti, does certifications and what not through a 6 day course. But after that whats the deal? Bring your own gear, firearm, food???
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Reuben Crannerfuck - Fri, 13 Jun 2014 02:27:45 EST ID:+dzMpiPM No.36595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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you ex mil,or had prior experience in the field?

cause if not then there are literally thousands of vets more qualified and looking for the same job.

not trying to be a dick but just letting you know
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Hedda Shittingcocke - Sun, 15 Jun 2014 20:11:28 EST ID:3GjNrHDf No.36611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
marine corps, so im qualified.
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Phyllis Trotway - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 11:24:24 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you could start with an 8 hour security guard training, lots of companies will train you with the expectation that you'll work for them, then you could check out a security contractor board instead of one filled with potheads, but please do get back to tell us how it goes. HOO-AH

> Devildog


Cars and Mechanical Savvy by Wesley Tootgold - Thu, 22 May 2014 04:36:24 EST ID:4u+yV6iJ No.36505 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking for books most like for good pointers on learning about cars
and car maintenance, in return more pictures that will haunt/question
your existence.
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Martin Crizzleshaw - Sat, 14 Jun 2014 16:35:51 EST ID:581pWSLr No.36604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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nb because pic
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Fuck Himblefock - Fri, 27 Jun 2014 19:24:42 EST ID:vasbhjfb No.36653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36604
nb?
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Thomas Seshpun - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 14:23:30 EST ID:lcfXn9Om No.36656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36604
Remember the matrix?
prepare to shitbrix
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGZiLMGdCE0
also nb because pic
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Thomas Seshpun - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 14:24:32 EST ID:lcfXn9Om No.36657 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36656
also it's at the ninth second.

nb because I'm a retard who doesn't think before typing
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Phyllis Trotway - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 11:10:51 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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this is the only useful introductory book on fixing cars worth reading, nobody drives these cars anymore, everything is a lot more complicated now, but it's a great guide nonetheleess.


Tracking phones by Hannah Ferrydale - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 20:34:02 EST ID:tHqizGmt No.36699 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a company phone and I'm switching the sim card to an unlocked phone when I'm not in the office. I have a dual sim unlocked phone that I use for my private phone and company phone so I don't have to carry two.

I switch the company sim card back to the company phone during work hours because in the office I don't use my phone much and I suspect they're tracking my usage. I'm not paranoid. I know they track us. I just don't know how. I don't have any administrative app on my phone for that stuff. So I assume it's embedded in the OS (android).

I switch sims in the office so the company keylogger has some info to satisfy IT. I just assume that with office-hours data they won't suspect that I'm using it in a different, untrackable phone outside office hours.

I don't know if I'm explaining myself right, and maybe my presumption on how mobile keylogger work may be off the charts retarded. But one of my workers did the same thing and they locked her sim card. She ended up getting a new phone as a result. But she didn't switch sim cards as I do. She just left the sim card in her personal unlocked phone.

I don't do mischievous things on the company's dime. It's just a pain to carry two phones when it's unnecessary.

Anyone know how they may be tracking the phone? Some people have iOS and others android, so I suspect the software has to be compatible with both os's.
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Phoebe Billingson - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 21:33:12 EST ID:4vRU2TuX No.36700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Alot of what information they have depends on what the phone company gives them as part of the billing statement.

It is plausible that they give they a full call log, and less plausible, but not unpossible(sic), that they give them a full data usage log. In the event of a data log, it would probably be along the lines of - 30k 420chan.org 08:00 7/11/2014 and not key by keystroke or information such as your post.

Based on the data they get, they will still know what you are up to, even after switching phones and they may be able to figure out that you are switching phones.


Beyond statements from the phone company, if you are using company wifi, then that will very likely be scooped up keystroke by keystroke, and companies will spoof certificates and other tricks to get the information.

All that being said, I have doubts that the company has an embedded logger in the phone's OS, but you could probably find out by doing some online checking of the phone vendor, but either way you are better off using the company phone for company things, and getting your own phone plan for your phone, and be very careful when using corporate wifi
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Hannah Ferrydale - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 22:11:11 EST ID:tHqizGmt No.36701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36700
Thanks for the info. I didn't think they only got the call logs and possibly data logs.

A different branch of the corporation has all the phones with an uninstallable tracking app and since my phone doesn't show that app installed I figured there's a hidden app or something in the OS.

They were complaining that people were using too much data. So I figure they're tracking the individuals or possible just the individuals with the tracking app in their phone.

Again, I have my own private phone for private stuff.
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Phoebe Billingson - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 09:36:07 EST ID:4vRU2TuX No.36702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36701
They dont have to do anything special to tell how much data each person is using, that will show up on their statements by default
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Barnaby Brundernock - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 20:30:25 EST ID:3USPF5lB No.36706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Company phones are for company work.

You shouldn't really be fucking with there trust, after all they trust you with their business. And they have a right to know what you are doing with their fucking business related equipment.

Use a second phone for personal stuff, If that means taking up an extra 1x3x8cm^2 in your pocket then so be it.

Don't be selfish. Pocket space is totally worth being able to call your dealer and or have phone sex with that Chinese prostitute.
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Charlotte Nevingbure - Tue, 15 Jul 2014 22:20:43 EST ID:tHqizGmt No.36711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36706

I have a private phone. I have an unlocked dual sim phone that mine. And it has a tmobile sim I pay for.

I just add the company sim outside work hours so I don't have to carry the two phones. I use my private phone for everything.


outward opening door lock by Archie Dartgold - Fri, 04 Jul 2014 19:41:44 EST ID:prC46tqr No.36672 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>moving this thread from engi

So I just moved into a new apartment and the backdoor is a outward opening door facing the street, it has 3 dead bolts but it is obvious someone has crow barred it open before not sure if it was police/fire dept or someone broke in, anyway I want to get some sturdy locks on the thing but I am having trouble finding any for outward opening doors

I tried something like this http://www.amazon.com/Mintcraft-Ss-b04-db-Barrel-Stainless-Steel/dp/B001GLZQFG/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1404456927&sr=8-2&keywords=bolt+lock

but it won't fit on the door properly since the interior has a 4-5 inch molding I could drill into it but it would still be almost at the edge if connected to the door which would still be pretty easy to prey open since there would be less then a quarter inch of wood holding onto the bolt.

I was thinking the old fashioned chain door lock but with an outward opening door it seems like that would be easy to just cut.

tl;dr i need a outward opening door lock
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Rebecca Sablingmitch - Thu, 10 Jul 2014 23:48:59 EST ID:vxJIThVs No.36693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36692
>YOU are liable.

If by "you" you mean his landlord, maybe.
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Martin Dartham - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 08:08:04 EST ID:3USPF5lB No.36697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36693
Nope, Your living area is your responsibility, The landlord will share some of the blame, But a fire is the fault of whom ever was there at the time / created the cause of the fire. I'm certain the landlord will force that view in court to avoid having to pay out.
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Fanny Decklelock - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 15:53:05 EST ID:NheOdmO0 No.36698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36697

Not really worried about a fire more worried about someone breaking into my house when I am not home, because I live about 5-10 mins from the ghetto in a big city, I have renters insurance at least so If I do get robbed I will get some money but I would rather not get robbed, gonna talk to maintenance on Monday to see what I can do about having the door switched but the frame on the inside would have to be removed probably.


Btw how would they get injured by the outward opening door? it opens onto a patio its not the front door.
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Ernest Toothall - Sat, 12 Jul 2014 15:34:04 EST ID:NheOdmO0 No.36703 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looking up codes in NC where I live it seems the only requirements are that the outward opening doors must have locks on them, and be weather proof.
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Cedric Chessleputch - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 18:52:06 EST ID:3USPF5lB No.36705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36698
Outwards facing doors are for communal/office spaces.
Inwards facing doors are for living spaces.

There's a whole slew of reasons why both are bad for different reasons.
But essentially one's for the people insides safety.
The other is for everyone outside safety.

And since a house is unlikely to be packed full of people it makes more sense to have the door open inwards to avoid the door being blown open by the pressure and heat caused by a fire. Which can and has caused many unnecessary spreading of fires and many eyebrows and lives to be lost.
Whereas an outwards facing door is to let a lot of people get out of a contained area quickly in case of fire.

If all you're worried about is having your placed ransacked then a door will not stop a determined thief. It will however slow them down.


How to Keep a Cooler Cold for longer? by Frederick Worthingworth - Thu, 05 Jun 2014 23:57:32 EST ID:cH700ISX No.36554 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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SO my friends and I are headed to a big festival In TN next week, maybe some of you are going, but I need ideas on how to keep my shit cold for a long time so I can keep my drinks and food cold so I can save money and not buy 15 dollar bags of ice and 7 dollar waters. Please help??
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Molly Sarringkodging - Wed, 02 Jul 2014 07:51:16 EST ID:SN8UgL41 No.36665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36655

>S-video same connector as ps/2
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Simon Packleway - Thu, 10 Jul 2014 04:54:53 EST ID:kkPImhsF No.36690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36655
>S-video same connector as ps/2
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Shitting Missleville - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 01:59:27 EST ID:lKjWZn4b No.36695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36665
>>36690

In all colloquial fairness it does look the same
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Hannah Clandlekat - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 06:56:59 EST ID:kkPImhsF No.36696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36695
Um, cause they're both round or something?
They don't even have the same number of pins...
NB
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Hamilton Manningchitch - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 14:58:33 EST ID:lKjWZn4b No.36704 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36696

wow ur so smart u got me.

Perhaps same was the wrong word. Similar. Flat piece, pins in groups of two(usually, don't be a cunt), round shaped end piece usually in similar shapes. I wasn't even the person that made the comment. Get off my dick.


Betting / Matched Betting / Gambling by Edward Sunninghatch - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 12:51:27 EST ID:KhrpPwHI No.36661 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What/who do you bet on if you are a gambler? And, what advice can you give a newbie wanting to research all this online matched-betting advice? There's literally loads to sift through and most of it seems crap or sponsored.

I'm trying to put my math degree to some use
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Charlotte Bardwell - Mon, 07 Jul 2014 05:29:17 EST ID:+fg3kcW9 No.36677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36671
If it was really possible don't you think we'd all be rich, you're stupid OP.
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Jarvis Grandstone - Tue, 08 Jul 2014 15:26:51 EST ID:h4NpXkzT No.36684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36671
You can stack the odds in your favour, as a player It's called advantage playing. If your the house it's called cheating.
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Rebecca Gundlehark - Wed, 09 Jul 2014 14:45:20 EST ID:JvtlWg12 No.36685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36677
It's been done before, and people are doing it now. Just because you don't have the mental capacity to learn what to do doesn't mean others can't
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Edward Dottingfoot - Thu, 10 Jul 2014 02:19:17 EST ID:FuIxvRnV No.36688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP i've seen a lot of people win money thru online sports betting. Use sites like bodog/bet360/pinnacle. It's very addictive so watch your ass and your wallet OP.
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Rebecca Sablingmitch - Fri, 11 Jul 2014 00:19:48 EST ID:vxJIThVs No.36694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>online gambling

Math can predict things nicely in a perfect world, but it can't account for the human element. They want people to press their "luck". They lure you in with a few small winnings here and there, and then they start sapping money from you until you realize that you've been had and finally quit in shame, but by then it's too late. All of this matched bonus and frequent player points crap is just icing on the cake to entice you to stay and press your luck just a little bit longer. They have all your information, so if you try it again later they'll just keep robbing you blind without letting you win anything more. Sadly, a lot of people are gullible as shit and fall for it, and I'll bet some of these marks are even math nerds who haven't learned enough human nature or themselves. They don't understand how vulnerable they are.

Put your math degree to use at a real job and just play for fun, where the game is still honest.


How do you find out when things are on? by Basil Dangerfoot - Fri, 13 Jun 2014 00:36:10 EST ID:K+10ciTv No.36594 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a problem in that I have no idea when specific events are on or how to find out when they are.

My friends talk about the gigs they are going to and movies coming out and whatnot, but I just have no fucking clue how to find this sort of shit out. Someone told me "just use facebook" but even then I don't know the basic mechanics of this information. It's getting to be a problem because I broke up recently with a girl who would find things to do for both of us, and now I have no idea how to for making plans with other peeps.

>TL;DR: Where specifically do you find out where and when cool stuff to do happens?
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Priscilla Gublingman - Sat, 14 Jun 2014 08:18:54 EST ID:qOimIlVj No.36603 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Facebook, ticketmaster/ another ticket site.

Your favourite club / venue's website or facebook

Your friends
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Ebenezer Billingstock - Sun, 15 Jun 2014 12:16:14 EST ID:K+10ciTv No.36609 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36603
What if I've never gone out and don't know the clubs?

What if I don't have friends?
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Fucking Bardford - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 08:05:06 EST ID:KTlOIK4L No.36660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
try with last.fm.
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Priscilla Cummleshit - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 15:11:26 EST ID:kyj8jAo9 No.36662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just find someone who sell heroin. Every night's an event then
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CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Wed, 02 Jul 2014 00:19:10 EST ID:gvwXiWsn No.36664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36662
Best advice so far.


Credit card thread by Jarvis Brinnerstone - Tue, 24 Jun 2014 12:00:10 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36631 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What card do you have, what cards do you recommend and which ones to avoid?
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Ernest Wuzzlestedge - Wed, 25 Jun 2014 19:41:47 EST ID:C7I/mV43 No.36643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36641
Its like it should be, your credit with the bank is decided by income+assets
not how big debt you previously managed to pay off.
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Sophie Dartbury - Wed, 25 Jun 2014 21:35:42 EST ID:xLhYtXSn No.36644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Any card that you have to pay a flat fee per month stay away from, even if the APR is low. You want your credit card to pay YOU not the other way around.
>>36632
He has a good idea, discover is a great company if you have a good credit history. And a credit card is the best/fastest way to build/ re-build your credit. Ideally you should have three to four cards and around 10,000$ worth of credit, BUT NEVER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE use more than 30% of your credit. Because your credit score will tank and then you wont be able to get any decent loans for houses or cars. Most importantly always pay off your credit card as fast as you can. Treat it like a direct line to your bank account, or you will find the credit card company's dick so far up your ass that you will be spewing cum from your mouth.
If you have any real questions just look around for financial planning offices, they will be super help full and generally the first visit is free.


>>36641
Yeah if you use them incorrectly, but if you show you are smart with your money and have a good credit score you can get loans with super low interest rates. You only become there slave if you fail to plan, otherwise you can make the system your bitch. Oh and im glad that the central bank in my country's economy doesn't have a negative interest rate.
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Fuck Hossleworth - Thu, 26 Jun 2014 20:48:56 EST ID:MenuuGe4 No.36647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36639

This has literally never caused me any problems in my life ever. Actually its saved me money a couple of times...the "cash price" for large items is almost always way cheaper than financing your life with endless debt.

Also when I go out drinking I snag cabs away from people paying with pleb plastic by walking up and telling the driver I have cash.
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Charlotte Pabbercocke - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 19:09:29 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36647
>the "cash price" for large items is almost always way cheaper than financing your life with endless debt
Except if you buy parts to make a computer from newegg, you can't really barter the price of the parts. As long as you have the money to buy the parts, you just put it on your card to build your rating. Then you get a bill and pay them back exactly (no interest or anything more than what you would have spent) what your computer cost.

But if you can hook your buddy up with an ounce in return for him building one for you, you might as well do that.

Also, yeah, cash is great in certain situations (buying a car, buying a pack of gum, etc) but there are times when it's better to have the credit score. If you can get by without one, that's fine, but other people do fine with needing one and not being in debt.
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Fucking Busslefare - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 04:29:13 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36631
I have a credit union card, and I recommend credit unions because low ass rates and massive credit improvement upon payback


Side income by Barnaby Blythewell - Sun, 08 Jun 2014 14:21:10 EST ID:Ji8J0nhS No.36565 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Let's think of some simple ways to earn a bit of extra money on the side.

I think I might start selling animal skulls on ebay, saw a set of 3 common bird skulls go for £20 on ebay and a reptile skull go for £15 and I bet I can find a whole load of skulls if I go on a walk, worst case scenario is I have to bag up a head and rot the flesh off or something. Doesn't really sound like a lot of hard work at all.

Post your ideas.
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Faggy Turveystock - Sat, 21 Jun 2014 05:35:26 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36619
Piece of advice, keep coming up with ideas, eventually you'll get a golden goose out of nowhere
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Nigel Nedgekerk - Sun, 22 Jun 2014 11:47:00 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36619
If you're friends with a local store that ships a lot of stuff, you can ask them to ship stuff for you.

But for the most part, the buyer pays shipping. Free shipping is only for people who are trying to drum up business or people who ship out a ton of stuff.

http://fitsmallbusiness.com/best-small-business-shipping-usps-vs-ups-vs-fedex/ has some links and info to get you started.

Also, hollowing out books doesn't sound like a bad idea. It's a lot of work at first, but if you have the time and are willing to invest in tools, you can get them done faster and faster.
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Charles Bocklewater - Sun, 22 Jun 2014 12:06:05 EST ID:TxGFaVKy No.36625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36624
I looked on that Etsy site, and a lot of people are already doing it. Some as cheap as 5 dollars. I guess you could still try amazon or craigslist. Thanks for the link, mang
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Nigel Nedgekerk - Sun, 22 Jun 2014 12:27:15 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36625
Yeah, etsy is fairly popular for stuff like that. A 5 dollar one probably isn't going to be large or well done though, so keep that in mind when you price your own books.

Selling locally allows you to price your stuff relative to your location but you reach a much, much, much, much smaller "target audience" and may actually make you less money. Having a combination of online and local stuff is usually the best way to go.

Oh, and if you do sell stuff locally, get business cards with a link to your online shop. You can either throw them in with your books or hand them out to people who are interested.
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Charles Bocklewater - Sun, 22 Jun 2014 17:38:21 EST ID:TxGFaVKy No.36627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36626
I was thinking, maybe if I throw a flask in there I can raise the price and also set myself apart. A book is like the perfect place to hide alcohol, lol. Just need to find a place that sells them cheap. And the business cards are a good idea.


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