2020 has certainly not been the year I had planned. How did my second year of RE go amidst COVID-19 and everything else that happened in 2020? Read on to find out! :-)
As usual, I've provided the TL/DR up front, but encourage you to read the qualitative details in the body of the post as I think that a story is so much more than just some numbers and bullet points.
Next parts I'll break into sub-headings if you want to go to specific parts:
2020 will almost certainly be remembered and defined by COVID and the changes that came from it. I have a friend who was already ringing alarm bells by mid-January about its possible impact, so I had some time to process and mentally prepare for things once the shelter-in-place orders actually hit in March.
Despite being a fairly low risk to severe impacts of COVID (relatively young and no conditions that pre-dispose myself to severe complications), I chose to take what most would consider to be low risk approach for reasons including, but not limited to, wanting to minimize my potential risk to others and that the long-haul effects of the virus are still very unknown. I have the privilege of not needing to work and put myself at risk and I want to ensure that I'm not contributing to the risk of those who... keep reading on reddit ➡
Here is the exact video in question, below. However, in reality the old man in this video only had very minor injuries. But my question is, if he had died, would this be involuntary manslaughter?
NSFW Video: https://www.reddit.com/r/tooktoomuch/comments/l61pox/sexbomb_sexbomb/
Would the crime of involuntary manslaughter be less likely if it was found that the old man had been drinking as well?
I know some people inherit multi-millions when they are 25 years old, but they are the exception. For most it seems it was a business venture or tech job or consistent saving and investing. I'm trying to get a feel for how many people actively set out to be FAT when they were 25 and then successfully achieved it. Or how many thought they were just going to be well off because of their field, but then an incredible opportunity thrust you into FATness.
For me, it was when I was still working in nightshift. I think it was midnight? never listened to any podcast before and was just browsing randomly in spotify and saw magnus. I absolutely hate horror since I get scared really easily and was curious if it was actually scary enough to scare me ( I think its funny that I already jumped out of my seat because I already found the opening music scary, the episode hasn't even started lol)
What made me stay was episode 2. My gosh, I can never forget that episode, it was so fucking creepy.
What about you guys? Would love to know when you guys got hooked! :)
I found GVF from my gym teacher, who knows Danny the drummer. He grew up in the same town. His sister also babysat Danny.
Used in the closing address by Admiral Sauveterre at the Mars Naval Academy, he says it is a quote by Xerexes of Persia. However trying to Google it, I couldn't actually find this as a historical quote. Nonetheless, it is a fantastic sentiment.
Has anyone been able to find the true quote?
Got an email with a promo offer. Link took me to Venmo app and applied via the app. Was easiest credit card I've ever signed up for.
Initially credit limit was $8500. Few days later it dropped to $2000. I called Synchrony Bank (who issues the card) to find out what's going on. Got to talk to a person pretty fast.
The nice lady on the phone said the limit will go back up to $8500 the 18th(?) of next month and nothing was wrong.
Offer is a $100 "bonus" for spending $1000 in 180 days.
Card is still on the way to my place but there's an option to use the virtual card which is stored in the Venmo app if I need to buy something online right now.
Venmo's website and some youtube videos I watched do a pretty good job explaining the details and benefits of the card.
Luckily, these little glowing orbs are giving off enough light for me to see where I'm walking, so I don't have to be worried about blindly wandering into any muddy traps.