Alright so we all know the subreddit is now being monitored by media, investors and hedge funds. They attempt to predict what our next play is. From what I understand alot of these people have been using software to track how many times we mention a specific stock, if we add extra stocks at the end of our posts clearly indicating thats not what we're investing in, all those people will see is that the ticker was mentioned.
EDIT: At the time of this post I didnt realize another member of this subreddit had the same idea and posted it before me. u/merlinphoto apparently had the same idea a week ago.
It seems really stupid because its like saying, "if we took away rich peoples money, they wouldn't be rich anymore!". But I just don't understand how people can be like "the rich already pay most of the taxes!" when they own most of the wealth. Like what do you expect? And then people wonder why we bail out these people too. Maybe if we didn't put all our eggs in one basket, we wouldnt get fucked so often. This is purely an emotional statement, none of what Im saying is based on economic thought.
Edit: when i say wealthy i mean mostly billionaires
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I work with a group of freelancers. Basically, we are all independent contractors who work within the same office. I’m a graphic designer, there is another designer there, there are web developers, marketing people, etc. We all work for ourselves but pool money together, so that we can all share the expenses on things that wouldn’t make sense for each of us to purchase/lease individually (bulk software licenses, conference room/office space, we all pay an office manager who handles the background stuff, etc. Also works well for the clients because they can get everything done in one shop and makes it easier to find business. Two months ago, we brought a marketing person into our group.
The printer we use for our final production jobs in our office isn’t your average printer at home. It’s part of the equipment that we’ve all bought into. For example, for each job, you have to set which tray to pull paper from and which set of cartridges to use on it. She was constantly printing using the wrong settings, reprinting multiple times, and wasting tons of ink and paper that adds up when you screw up 50 full-color jobs on poster-sized glossy paper.
I said something to her that we needed to go over the settings, and she reported to the office manager that I was mansplaining to her. The office manager just said leave her alone, and if she keeps making mistakes, it’s all logged on the printer who sent which jobs to it and he’ll just charge her more in usage fees.
On Dec. 30, she was doing a job for a local business to print their logo on 5,000 pens. The job cost about $1,600 in materials to do, and she charged them I think $2,000 (we get to charge our own prices).
I saw when she was setting up the machine that she skipped settings. I let her go ahead and do it her way as to not mansplain to her. I figured she’d do a test and look at the first pen that came out and try different settings, but she didn’t, and just had it make all 5,000.
When they finished, she flipped out. She came over and asked why the logo on nearly every pen smeared. I told her because she didn’t set the delay time between each one to give it the fraction of a second it needed to dry. She asked why I didn’t stop her. I said because I previously did that and she reported me for mansplaining. She said “well, this was different” and just stormed off and redid the job.
On Thursday, rather than her cut of the pay for the job, she got an invoice. The job ended up using $3,080 in material for the tw... keep reading on reddit ➡
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I'm a 38 y/o academic and bought an older house in a great location about 2 years ago. Even through COVID, I have been lucky and was able to work 2 side gigs while keeping strong at my current position. The only problem is that I have become a bit lazy, physically, and have been keeping up my front yard. My back yard is a complete mess, with 2 huge, water oak trees (that I plan to have cut down soon), fallen branches, and westeria and ivy taking over my back yard. I have finally got tired of looking at it and tried some clean up on my own. I got part way into it and finally said, "Screw it" and am looking for tree cutting services and landscapers to just take care of the issue.
For me, money is not an issue because I am paid well enough and work 60 hours a week. I am single with no kids.
What bothers me is that my father was always DIY. Even if a job required a professional, he would rent or trade for the tools to get it done. He also had my brothers and sister work with him on everything. "Engine not working, let's figure it out". "House needs new paint, here is everything you need". "Too many old trees, I will cut them down and you cut them up." He never hired someone to work, he would always DIY himself or ask his 5 kids to chip in.
So, when did you say "Screw it, I am going to pay someone to do it?"
text says lunar credits, but the actual currency added was Valiant Credits.
Meaning for 9.99 you effectively got 75 shards for Ghost or Cull.
Just 7 Star'd cull for 10 bucks
Everyone's always ready to shill their latest bag here. Let's see a thread of the reverse.
What are the coins/crypto products you won't touch with a 10 foot pole (and why)? Let's hear which coin is going to end up being the next bitconnect, and maybe save a newbie or two from getting scammed.