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I just want you to know that years from now, when we are all paid off on our debt, and starting businesses, and buying homes and apartments and paying for pet surgery and medicine, back rents and back mortgages, daycare and baby food and 529c's, brand name meat for dinner...
I will remember this moment. You will remember this moment. Let us bask in this glory forever 🚀🚀🚀🚀
💎✋ to infinity and beyond
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Stop fucking around with these corporate hacks, whether you're in the US, the UK or wherever else Robinhood exists. Tell those leeching fucks on Wall Street to get the fuck out your business, they are obsolete and have no actual use to you now there are plenty of competitors.
Obligatory not today as many of these stories are. This was quite a few years ago when I was 16 years old. It was my first day working at a local large bakery/factory. I was shown to a conveyor belt and basically left to my own devices.
All I had to do was put 6 Bakewell tarts in to the packaging. Simple. Except it was really fast and after a couple of hours my arms started to ache. Some of the Bakewell tarts started to fall off the end of the conveyor belt and on to the floor . I tried to hurry up and go faster but was getting panicky and before long there were at least 30 Bakewell tarts on the floor.
I noticed there was a big red button on the machine that said push in case of an emergency. Well this is an emergency I thought and pushed the button. Ten minutes later I'm all caught up and I've picked all the Bakewell tarts up. I'm feeling ready to start again when some bloke starts barging towards me with steam practically coming out of his ears and swearing his head off.
Did you press that F**king button?!?!?!? He shouted. I said yeah sorry it was an emergency because they were going on the floor. He screamed "Well you've just burnt ten thousand bakewell tarts!!!!! "
By pressing that button it stopped everything and they stayed in the oven too long.
Yes it was my first and last day.
TL;DR I pressed a button at work and burnt ten thousand bakewell tarts.
Edit: wow! Lots of awards thank you kind people.
Anyone following the WSB drama this morning will see that several brokers have blocked only the 'Buy' button to prevent GME, AMC etc being purchased. People can still sell. Don't let this happen to your bitcoin. Don't buy bitcoin on Robinhood.
Yeah sure, it’s futuristic and all, but a lot of them are just becoming a hassle and a hazard. I shouldn’t have to spam tap a screen to change the climate controls, whereas a dial would be so much simpler and easy to use. The screens are basically impossible to use with gloves on if you live in a colder place. And frankly, most automakers just suck at making them. They are super laggy and hard to use. Cars can still look modern with a clean button and dial interior setup, and perhaps a smaller screen to display information. The infotainment system should not have to constantly take the drivers attention off the road.
Edit: thanks for the awards, unaware that this was previously posted on r/cars though, my apologies
Its annoying! If you live in a place where you have to scrape ice off your windshield, you probably know the pain of having to take your gloves off to control the climate controls. I don't give a fuck if my center stack is a car designers wet dream, I just want to be able to control my vehicle in the best possible way.
Buttons and dials worked. I shouldn't have to go into a sub menu and tap a screen a bunch to control the air in the climate vents. Less used buttons like speaker adjustments can be controlled a submenu, but don't put climate controls in the touch screen.
Grammar. Also in response to a few things. I know touch screen compatible gloves exist, but they don't work as well as your bare hand. And if the glove isn't perfectly fit or is a little loose, it will not work as well. The touch screen compatible gloves make navigating the menus cumbersome because they are gloves and it makes hitting the small buttons difficult. Also volume and channel should also have their own dials as well.
The touch screens are a hazard. Anything that requires more driver attention to use is inherently more dangerous- and touch screens take more driver attention. They also add steps to making something function, that should be discouraged.
Car reviewers should start trying to operate these vehicles with gloves on. Too much emphasis is placed on the appearance of the cabin, but that encourages this behavior of removing buttons and dials. I hope to see more emphasis being placed on every day functionality.
As title says, unlading hundreds, sometimes thousands of items like cruicble tokens will be less tedious if we could push only once per each weapon/armor.
Edit1 : I am only referring to unloading items to vendors and not between our inventory containers such as postmaster to vault or other way around.
After a very hard 1 1/2 years trying to work through things, my wife and I are finally divorcing. We are so far off base and she’s changed so much (not for my better) that it’s time. Papers get signed tomorrow. I’m 29, great job, good health, cute pup, and I’ll have some income with the sale of our house. I feel a pretty large weight lifting off of me, as I’ve been on the back burner for a very long time. I’m trying to treat this like a complete life reset. Meeting women isn’t a problem for me, at least it hasn’t been during the separation phase, I imagine it’ll be even easier once I have no baggage. But what are some things or adventures you’d dream of going on or doing? I’m pretty wide open and willing to try anything right now! I think for once in my life I’m going to live for exclusively me for a bit. Maybe disappear into the woods for a month haha.
Edit addition: Ok, I feel like I need to clarify here on the getting girls comment. (Which I changed girls to women since people have a problem with that) Honestly.. my self worth did diminish a ton over this. The back story being.. my wife determined she’s gay. All of the counseling, separations, talks, back and fourths, boundary pushing, hurtful conversations and behaviors really gets to you over the course of a 1 1/2 year stint. On one hand, it’s great she figured it out for herself. But it’s really left me feeling pretty inadequate and honestly ugly in many ways through this process. Especially in the ways she handled it. The pain of feeling not enough really stinks. Never mind the distance and lack of intimacy all while she begged to go out and be intimate with others. When I downloaded apps to see, or just started asking for numbers during the separation, it really perked me up and made me realize that maybe I am desirable after all and worthy of someone who clicks with me on my level and can be compatible when I’m ready. I felt very imprisoned in this. I’m sorry I came off as a pompous ass. I do have needs, I do want to mingle around. But ultimately, I want to work on me, continue to grow be it mentally, and physically in the gym, and go on many adventures!
I will say this experience has shown me what questions to ask and things to work on when I am ready for something serious. I’m 💯 in therapy and have been since the beginning of this process. I also just had all my wisdom teeth pulled two hours ago and am handling all of this solo. Because I’m a independent ma... keep reading on reddit ➡
Edit: It's fixed! (As of 9:31 AM EST)
Just some quick background. I love FreeTaxUSA and usually they are pretty good. However, this evening when entering in my 1099-Bs I noticed there is a bug in the software when entering an adjusted basis value. I've already reported the bug to FreeTaxUSA and I'm sure they will have it resolved soon, but I figured I should get this warning out in case anyone is already working on their taxes like me. Here's the summary of the bug. If you have a sale entry where the reported basis is incorrect, the software will prompt you to enter a new basis. It then uses this to compute the adjustment value for Form 8949 (column g) and for 1040 Schedule D (box g). If the new basis is higher than the reported basis, the adjustment should be entered as a negative value (since it is reducing the gain) but right now it is being entered as a positive value so it's actually being added to the gain. Example:Let's say on your 1099-B you have an entry for a sale with proceeds of $10,000, and a reported basis of $5,000. Unadjusted this would mean a $5,000 gain. Now let's say that the given basis is actually incorrect (there could be many reasons for this, for example income could be reported elsewhere, or there could be a basis adjustment for a previous wash sale) and the actual basis is $7,500. The software should take the new basis, add an adjustment of -$2,500 to column g in the worksheet row and this should also reduce the value in column g on 1040 Schedule D by -$2500 resulting in a reported gain of $2,500. However, what the software is currently doing is adding an adjustment of $2,500 to column g which increases the reported gain. So instead of the correct reported gain of $2500, it will show a reported gain of $7500. TL;DR; FreeTaxUSA right now has a bug that means upward basis adjustments are added to your taxable income instead of subtracted. Edit: I noticed it because my taxable income was way higher than I expected, and when I went in to look at the generated 1040 Schedule D Form I noticed the bug. Edit2: I am not a lawyer, and this post doesn't constitute legal, financial, or tax advice. Talk with your own tax attorney or another professional before making any decisions.
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