I can't believe that i didn't touch any of the DLC's for this game for so long, particularly Far Harbor. This is not only one of the best DLC's for a Fallout game, it's one of the best DLC's for any game period. Like i would put this up there with the Following DLC for Dying Light. The story, the characters, the setting, the atmosphere, the actually interesting dialogue choices and decisions you get to make is so good and so well done that it kinda surprised me a few times. It's obvious that Bethsda went like "Hey, Point Lookout was good right? Let's do that but with a more fleshed out story" and they succeeded. This DLC also proves to me that Betheda absolutely 100 percent understands what Fallout is and what it should be when they want to
I live in the US, am ~35 with a family, and am approaching a 15mm net worth. I'm not a 'prepper', but I do daydream sometimes about the country devolving into some civil war, and wanting to find some other place to live. I don't think this is likely, but at what point is the insurance policy worth it?
Does it make sense to do a citizenship by investment program, spend ~1mm to buy a property in another country that we would potentially live, and always have that in your back pocket? Leave a million or two in passive investments in the markets of the other country. Perhaps have someone manage the property in the meantime (airbnb) and it effectively be a breakeven investment?
Has anyone done anything like this? Are the citizenship by investment programs scams?
There is no longer a 20% coupon out and about as far as I know. There aren't any "free with any purchase" coupons anymore either. This is a major shift from Harbor Freights old philosophy and I know it's killing my motivation to shop there. I need a pipe bender but I'm not paying full price for the Harbor Freight model.
How will this lack of coupons affect your desire to shop there?
Two people just came to my door telling me that people in my area have been complaining about an increase in energy bills and they would be able to give us back the extra charged money.
They were representatives from energy harbor and tricked me into switching my energy provider. After I realized what happened, I looked at their rates, and they are much more expensive. I want to go back to my original provider.
This literally just happened. Is there any way I can undo this? Thanks in advance. I feel so stupid.
Update: After calling twice and being on hold for a total of 1 hour, I was able to successfully cancel the contract. As suggested to me in the comments, I did file a complaint with the Ohio public utilities commission, and was sure to get a cancellation confirmation number from Energy Harbor. Thanks again to everyone for calming my anxiety about this over the weekend.