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The real problem is that steak has been more expensive so I've had to switch to cheaper meat.

snoodog  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: What are you scared of?

"Smart" devices and big data

Also to balance things out here are some of the dangers of what trump is doing.

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/10/8/16439492/trump-obamacare-association-health-plans but i guess once again good for people who are in the low risk pool

Dont worry, its like everything Trump does, its all just hot air and freak out by media idiots that cant do independent analysis or understand what they are writing about. Read the analysis below, actually may be a good thing for most ppl and will do nothing to kill ACA


snoodog  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: October 11, 2017

I say go for it join the evil empire and be like the rest of them steal everything that's not nailed down, if it is nailed down grab the crow bar. Seriously if you don't loot my pension fund someone else will and I'd rather you get your cut.

The thing to be careful is to not get sucked into that cycle where you keep needing more money to sustain a lifestyle. Get in, do your time then get out before you burn out

Bought an apartment in Ukraine... oh ok. Virtually currency for virtual property rights. If we were talking 1st world country then it would be interesting

I think this is the biggest news of the weekend. 41% of the population voted for independence, not counting the votes that were destroyed by the Spanish government. There is no way this won't pass the second time around especially after all the videos of police beating people trying to vote. Catalonia will vote to leave the same way Britain voted for brexit or US voted to Trump itself. The masses are angry and they are willing to cut off their own noses to spite their face.

Yet somehow in the US markets are at an all time high and European junk bonds have a yield lower than us treasuries. It kind of reminds me of the novels I read where people were describing life right before the Great Depression

snoodog  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: How much work is home ownership?

Depends on the size of house, how well it was maintained and how old it is. Big house means more maintenance and more cost. Older house same deal. On some older houses in cheaper areas the math is really bad on house repairs in the sense that you can easily pay more for repairs then the value of the property. Maintenance cost will be large function of rebuilding cost so keep that in mind

Actually private equity vulture (fraud) firms are killing a lot of these industries. It's just generates more clicks and requires more effort to blame young people. Except golf who the fuck has time to play golf unless they are retired

We can't keep promises because we over promised and under invested in our future. The boomers in agragete spent all the money they should have been saving and investing then wrote themselves iou's that they expected their kids and grandkids to pay. Well there just isn't enough wealth to go around so cuts must be made.

Did they get bamboozled by 7% Wall Street projections and poor investment (CALPERS)? Sure but they also looked the other way when companies outsourced everything under the sun in the name of shareholder value.

You mean an automatic snack cabinet.... cool I guess but not real corner store competition

snoodog  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: September 13, 2017

Do you dial settings in with a bottomless portafilter? Can you pretty easily get no spray? Or is it pretty finicky and needs perfect dosing and good distribution techniques?

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