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Job in IT by Emma Hunningstone - Mon, 04 Apr 2016 22:36:08 EST ID:OKEdpmdO No.37884 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a BA in Psychology. I'm two years into a nonprofit job and I need something with better money/less bs.

A number of my friends do helpdesk/network admin work. How do I get in the field?


Resume by Hedda Funnerlet - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 23:51:23 EST ID:Sa+fU9aI No.37386 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to apply for some office type jobs in the near future and have no clue how to write a resume, or, for that matter, what to put on it since I'm only a high school graduate. So guys, what do I do to get some of that nine to five decent pay action?
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Shitting Fallerworth - Mon, 30 Mar 2015 01:29:53 EST ID:hH2+qdij No.37389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Break your resume into these parts and focus on your accomplishments;

>Work Experience
>Volunteer Experience
>Education
>Misc skills and certs

For each one of the first three, list basic information, your duties and your accomplishments.

Ex;

PetSmart: 2006-2010; Pet Products Lead.
-Trained Associates, ran WISE activity, ect.
-Created new system for organizing and working treat racks.

The misc. certs section does not need elaboration as it is essentially an education section.
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Thomas Gusslebury - Thu, 31 Mar 2016 18:40:09 EST ID:0UgOL/Bu No.37880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37386
download a latex editor. bitches love latexed resumes.
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Thomas Gusslebury - Thu, 31 Mar 2016 18:40:10 EST ID:0UgOL/Bu No.37881 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37386
download a latex editor. bitches love latexed resumes.


Video Editing by Bonified Clonefire - Sat, 26 Mar 2016 16:13:48 EST ID:raS2pXmI No.37875 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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when you add a music track
but the track is not long enough to fit your video
what is your solution then?
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 28 Mar 2016 11:24:55 EST ID:ccx7Cqe1 No.37877 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Stretch out the song first and call it "vaporwave".


Life by Phoebe Honeydale - Mon, 14 Mar 2016 20:21:09 EST ID:Ue9NeL8x No.37862 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I make a lot of money, move to Scandinavia, find a qt gf, and live in a remote comfy forest? This is all I want from life.
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Eliza Worthingwill - Sun, 20 Mar 2016 23:17:28 EST ID:ThtZ7wJf No.37868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Follow your passions. You won't even care about meaningless material pleasures when you're doing what you love to do.

Nah, I kid... just focus on making a lot of money. Scandinavian forest bitches will follow.
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Henry Chugglemug - Tue, 22 Mar 2016 17:20:14 EST ID:KHAtqCZ+ No.37870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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> become a pipefitter/welder
> move to Norway
> work in the ship yards and oil wells
> make boo-ku bucks
> start doing metal sculpture art on the side
> have money to start studio in wilderness
> women love rich artistic hard working men.


Stock market 101 by Angus Drunderwudge - Mon, 13 Apr 2015 22:17:05 EST ID:IHrqt+Ui No.37415 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I get into stocks? I've seen threads like these before but I'm a total noob college undergrad dropout who just quit his part time job with less than 10k on the bank. Any good resources to start out?
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Ernest Tootson - Mon, 22 Feb 2016 20:56:18 EST ID:wnlzoEQ8 No.37841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37837

Dude you're getting fucking killed with leverage. You should probably start with something that isn't a derivative before you bleed out completely. You can momo trade blue chips and make money off of it while taking only a fraction of risk and idk why you're still choosing to lose money to volatility burn in the options market.

You literally need to understand fairly high level calculus in order to build a successful options program otherwise you're guaranteed to lose money. If you can't calculate out the formulas, then you're basically doing nothing but throwing dice behind your head with your eyes closed.

>post your trades beyatch

No I don't want my funds to be poisoned by amateurs that don't know how to trade them. Do your own homework.

Also get the fuck off yahoo finance that shit is for the hopelessly naive and housewives.
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Wesley Brozzlekutch - Tue, 23 Feb 2016 11:39:44 EST ID:Ff1NGSHD No.37842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37841
it isn't exactly leverage but yeah same concept. I'm arrogant enough to argue that you don't really need to know calculus to trade them though, simply determine inflection points in the price and when they're likely to occur. The time decay does suck yeah but the primary thing to nail is the price, if you're correct on that the loss from nearing expiration is dampened significantly. You're right though, I should try other markets like forex for simplicity's sake. Not too fond of the idea of chasing momentum/intraday trading. How long do you usually hold your positions for?

I do agree with a lot of what you've said in this thread, but I can't take you too seriously if you refuse to explain your trading/demonstrate profitability. Unless you're trading an incredibly illiquid market my $2k account isn't going to poison anything, also if that's the case the use of leverage would be foolhardy since price could gap right through your stop-loss, just my conjecture since you refuse to discuss it.

and yeah yahoo finance sucks but it works well for pulling up charts on my low-bandwidth connection, i use tradingview for paying attention to intraday.

I still got a 115 NEE put I haven't dumped yet, its current behavior is a repeat of how its behaved previously, two legs to a new high then a retrace to where it broke out. Should be ~113 by next week. Go ahead and scorn me i don't care.. might lose my ass, might not, we'll see. I've stopped trading for now, gonna sit back and study more.

Also, just to throw some more salt on ya I've got a good chunk of cash tied up in this https://bitcoinwisdom.com/markets/btce/ppcusd
average buy-in is ~33c, I've good reason to believe crypto will gain massive appreciation against the slow implosion of our current fiat economy. there are definitely tons of scams in that environment but it's one of the few markets where fundamental analysis means anything anymore, i'm content to go long on it. Feel free to try to change my mind about that, I'll listen to what you have to say, but be prepared for some serious discourse.
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Hamilton Crinnerwater - Tue, 23 Feb 2016 20:21:46 EST ID:wnlzoEQ8 No.37843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37842
>it isn't exactly leverage
An options contract is the exact definition of leverage. Dude seriously?
>simply determine inflection points in the price and when they're likely to occur
"I have a magical crystal ball in my house. Seriously!"
>I should try other markets like forex
Oh god stop! my sides they hurt
>but I can't take you too seriously if you refuse to explain your trading/demonstrate profitability
I can't take you seriously because you're an amateur who shows no want of trying to understand the structural math theories that quantitatively validate derivative financial instruments, but you wanna think that you're louis fucking winthorpe, spouting off random price quotes like they mean anything...

But no I'm totally gonna hand over my ticker symbols to a stranger on the internet, yeah totally dude totally.

Just curious what would be your definitions of a "call" contract and a "put" contract, in your words?
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Wesley Simblefuck - Fri, 26 Feb 2016 15:18:01 EST ID:Ff1NGSHD No.37844 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Whoops yeah, I confused the terms margin with leverage. This is totally leverage, however I'm not using any borrowed funds, simply paying an upfront cost that could either expire worthless or appreciate significantly.

Honestly though, you're really unpleasant to talk with, and I'm not really interested in arguing over who's opinion is better, you can say anything you want but until you post your performance it's not really possible to take you seriously, especially with the bitter attitude you're giving me. Being emotional about trading is going to fuck you over. If you can't handle being contested by irrational idiots such as myself you really have no business in the markets because that's what markets are (these days, anyway..)

To make a final point about options, they really aren't that hard to understand. If a stock is $110 and you buy a $1 put at a $110 strike, all you need is for the price to fall past $109 and time decay becomes irrelevant since the put has a value of at least $1 (you broke even); if it falls further you exponentially increase your returns (leverage) since you can exercise the option and then dump the stock and pocket the difference (or rather, sell the option to someone who needs it). What I like about options is that even if the price goes against your trade, you still have until expiration for it to return and fall back into profit. On several occasions I watched my position fall %50, only to return and move into profit because I had a plan and stuck to it. Chasing trends AFTER they materialize is how most people get caught buying the peak and selling the bottom. Plan the trade, trade the plan.

You can reply but I'm really not interested in continuing this. Pic related is my performance, had to shrink it to fit inside the screencap. Did some more trading and managed to recoup my losses and be in profit by about $90, if I hadn't gone full retard on PNRA initially I'd be sitting on some very nice gains. I'm literally just playing price action, if I think it's overextended I short, overcomplicating it really doesn't help. Trying to frontrun news and claim you know a market better than it knows itself is ridiculous. A ma…
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Beatrice Worthingstock - Fri, 04 Mar 2016 21:26:18 EST ID:wnlzoEQ8 No.37850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37832

Two thousand niggggggggga


joining pictures together by Manes James - Thu, 03 Mar 2016 14:44:48 EST ID:cf8fdaZ4 No.37848 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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holy shitstain!
Yes maybe I am just stupid
but how exactly can you fuck up such a simple feature?!

Opening paint,
want to drop multiple pictures in and join them,
so they become one huge collage.

wanted to start with four pics.
Simple isn't it?

Just drag and drop yor pictures on the blank paint-page? Nope.
Copy and paste it? Only one appears.
Trying Photoshop: Comes with miltiple-layer-bullshit for a simple task
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Ernest Wammlesore - Wed, 23 Mar 2016 12:16:15 EST ID:Fjkmsu8M No.37872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Photojoiner brah...


mysterious paste by Barnaby Grimridge - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 08:14:05 EST ID:fY1fO6N2 No.37809 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://pasted.co/23ef8600

Somebody left this link 'specifically for me' in an anonymous place, and said anyone with too much time on their hands could 'figure it out'. I have plenty of time on my hands but have been too weirded out to try anything, the post is from months ago but I can't stop thinking about it. Is there a way to view what this is without the password?


good resolution for printing posters by Creepy Sounds - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 20:03:28 EST ID:/j1xiepx No.37803 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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If I want to print a poster at a copy-shop,
what resolution would be best?

For a Poster of the size you'll get sometimes at the cinema or dvd-rantal-service
(I have no Idea what exact size they have)
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Isabella Drepperched - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 03:48:17 EST ID:Tkoaw3mH No.37804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37803
go to the copy shop and ask them what the highest dpi they can print on a poster....
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Jack Bippernack - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 07:11:25 EST ID:/j1xiepx No.37805 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37804
yes, but the pic I bring them on a usb-stick must have a good minimum resolution.
Thats the question.
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Augustus Hommerville - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 22:22:57 EST ID:omyNvkKL No.37807 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37805
You must read the answer to understand it.

  1. Ask what the highest dpi they can print on paper
  2. They tell you
  3. You use that for your image, and put it on your sub flashdriver
  4. You did your best.


How to become a male model by Fucking Shakeford - Tue, 06 May 2014 12:16:36 EST ID:5y8W7il6 No.36452 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How to I break into the world of modeling? Alternatively, porn or stripping? I'm sick of being NEET, but I gotta some way to keep paying for food and martial arts lessons, and I don't want to work to retail. I'm 6'5, fit and lean as fuck, I figure that might help a bit. I heard the first step is doing some nude anatomy modeling for the local community college or something. Do I just go to the art building and ask if they need any anatomy models? Please advise, I need money for kung fu and otaku bullshit.
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Basil Crodgemuck - Tue, 06 May 2014 12:48:57 EST ID:0WZi0/Xt No.36453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36452 i figure most models get an agent.

google or the yellow pages can probably help you.
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Edward Bunwill - Wed, 14 May 2014 12:34:18 EST ID:Zedz/JYz No.36469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
kijiji

nb
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Henry Droddlefatch - Thu, 15 May 2014 20:43:07 EST ID:orAKrP69 No.36479 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>modeling
If you want to make any decent money doing that you MUST move to LA or New York. The industry basically doesn't exist outside those two cities. 6'5 is def way over the limits of the height that is typically preferred for male models tho...
>porn
Are you gay? You have a better chance of getting a job at google than you do breaking into the straight porn scene. But you probably have a shot at booking some gay scenes if you're so inclined. Again, better go to LA if you're serious.
>stripping
"Lean as fuck" is def not the right descriptor for the vast majority of dudes who can get a job stripping. Male strippers are jacked, bro.

Oh and btw, for all of these fields, men get paid table scraps compared to what their female equivalents make.
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Doris Drobberworth - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 01:10:56 EST ID:HSuxc4in No.37800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36452
You have to be good looking
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Henry Nonderford - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 00:38:30 EST ID:U1F5D6lj No.37801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
be a camslut, make bank


Picking Locks by Hannah Gozzleson - Sat, 26 Apr 2014 16:12:13 EST ID:CJrhGoab No.36430 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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you heard me /howto/ I'm interested in picking locks. Any help?
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Nigel Pockhall - Mon, 28 Apr 2014 03:06:52 EST ID:GAGEjMNl No.36436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you need two things to pick a lock, the pick itself and a tension tool. too my knowledge there is only 1 or 2 locks the you can pick with a bobby pin or paperclip. your better off getting some materials and fabricating your own or you can buy simple kits off the net for like $20. there are some good guides on youtube but you can sift through the crap. this is not an easy skill to master, i used to spend hours a day on it for a few months to get proficient at it when i was doing my locksmithing apprenticeship
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Lillian Duckbanks - Mon, 28 Apr 2014 05:44:44 EST ID:ZNlH4ZKP No.36437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36433
Bump keys are pretty much the best way to get into a home, doesn't take long to check a neighborhood for bumpable locks
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Nigger Shakecocke - Mon, 28 Apr 2014 09:32:00 EST ID:LKmCztp3 No.36438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36433
Pins go up and down, The lock goes left to right in an angular moment, If you need more than that or need help to figure that out, Then you have no business breaking into other people property. Chances are if you can' t work it out yourself then as soon as you bother you will probably get arrested.

If it's your own property then I'm certain you can get your hands on a hammer or even a rock. since it's yours, you won't care if the container is broken.
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Samuel Sandlebury - Sat, 17 May 2014 05:28:24 EST ID:0XsvQDSA No.36484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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freon with a hammer and chisel. http://www.allelectronics.com/make-a-store/item/ptr-7400/freeze-spray-10-oz-can/1.html
Or a decent bolt cutter if you're going up against pad locks. Angle grinders can do some pretty cool things, but they need power, and they're loud as hell.
Finally, if you really need to get into something and nothing else is cutting it. Use a thermal lance. There's not a whole lot that will stop you, lest you're trying to open something crazy like the side of house or a vault door.
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Doris Drobberworth - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 01:09:54 EST ID:HSuxc4in No.37799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bump


Vacuum cleaner carbon scrubber by Eliza Susslefuck - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 17:20:09 EST ID:ZgWzwP/m No.37763 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Vacuum with a carbon filter on it as a carbon scrubber for a 1 plant grow in an open room
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Clara Somblehug - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 02:22:12 EST ID:Z9M6oY5w No.37788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
too loud not enough cfm
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George Bunwell - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 20:51:54 EST ID:ThtZ7wJf No.37789 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No.
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Cyril Wigglepodge - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 23:21:01 EST ID:HXq1m3UN No.37790 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dumb as shit, so fucking noisy. What do you mean open room? like a large room? the smaller the room the less air you have to scrub. Build a growbox with an outtake fan, can be a computer fan if you're only doing 1 plant in a small box but I'd recommend going bigger. put your scrubber inside the box so your outtake draws air through it. easy as fuck


Money Laundering by Doris Babbleput - Sat, 05 Dec 2015 23:22:35 EST ID:UCeahULn No.37747 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone have some advice for moving money through bitcoin? I know how to buy/sell bitcoin, know my way around tor. I would like to know any tips for moving bitcoin to cash in larger amounts without raising questions.
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Phyllis Bemblestudging - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 21:23:58 EST ID:NbBLUzz2 No.37748 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most marketplaces have people who will send you cash in the mail for BTC (or dashcoin before abraxis died), or just buy drugs like everyone else.

Or, tumble yer BTC and put it into a localbitcons account and sell it.
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James Wellerstore - Fri, 18 Dec 2015 16:42:57 EST ID:njqyOG0m No.37758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37747
So are you looking for a bitcoin mixer or are you looking for a local cash bitcoin exchange?
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Beatrice Sidgeridge - Tue, 29 Dec 2015 11:09:56 EST ID:Y108X72F No.37770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you could pay your friends to cash some out into their bank accounts.
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Hannah Higglegold - Tue, 29 Dec 2015 14:00:51 EST ID:oLg1dOwP No.37771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37770
If you want to be found, yeah thats a great idea.

Don't use people to know to launder money....

Use a bitcoin mixer, then find a local cash bitcoin exchange. There are quite a few. Also, there is a movie called "dope" that just came out, its funny and mostly off topic, but they do show a very vague scene of a local black market bitcoin exchange. Worth a watch if only for the humor in the movie.


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