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Offline Rich Sweet

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« on: July 08, 2019, 09:52:46 pm »
Turned 27 today. When my dad was my age he had two kids, a mortgage, and a Mercedes and all I have is a 23 year old Jeep Cherokee that doesn’t even shift into park

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Re: 27
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2019, 10:23:21 pm »
Yeah I don't think this crap is gonna last forever. I've been watching this guys videos for blackpills (all blackpills are whitepills for me because I want this civilization to end and be put out of its misery).

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheMoneyGPS/videos

But basically the 1%'r illumanti are using these financial crashes to buy up the houses of the middle class etc. And there is a huge crash on the horizon that everyones been hearing about for ages now. But we are also in the longest running financial boom in history and seeing absoloutely none of it lol, for us plebs we've simply still been in the "recession" since forever.

It just can't last really, maybe this is gonna get seized upon by communists or something as part of some revolution.

Anyways happy birthday.

I am working on paying off all my debts. Just paid off 15 grand in lower interest credit card debt (planned on carrying a balance). I just have 9 grand in student loans left to go. Some crypto investments that could potentially moon and make me rich, but I'm just working on being broke and I'm not much older than you.

That should be your goal, to just get to that stage where you can pull out your pockets and not have any money, but be richer than everyone around you. Then after that, just save. I say be a rent cuck and just save save save. One day this financial crash will be a real thing, and maybe you can buy a 300k house for 100k. Save up all that black pilled poisonous pessimism, that is your magic power, and save while people get into debt. That 0.5% interest rate in your savings account, that's your secret. Everyone who thinks that you are stupid for letting it rot in your savings account, they are the wise who will get caught in their own traps by the usururs. Or worse case and you find out you're batpoop insane for listening to my advice, you will have saved up 20% downpayment on a house and avoid private home insurance. Or more, and then you have a lesser mortgage. Win win. But I think equity is overvalued when houses are super valued and we've been so long without a financial crash. If the next one is really bad, and you saved, then you might be looking at boomer tier pricing on houses. I just can't help but think but our day is coming.
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« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2019, 07:09:40 am »
Belated happy birthday brother. I'm 21, when my Dad was 21 he had many good friends. I have maybe 2, and a few acquaintances, and both of those 2 friends have better friends than me right now. Not epic!

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« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2019, 07:09:19 pm »
I'm about to be 27 too. I'm broke but life is good. Never been happier. My car is a shitbox tho and I want to go FAST

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« Reply #4 on: July 09, 2019, 10:29:46 pm »
Belated happy birthday brother. I'm 21, when my Dad was 21 he had many good friends. I have maybe 2, and a few acquaintances, and both of those 2 friends have better friends than me right now. Not epic!

Definitely l e a r n  t o  c o d e right now or do something. THink that whatever you could be doing now, 10 years from now you could look back and have all that accumulated knowledge over a decade on one particular, specialized thing. You don't want to be 30 something and have gained broad experience, but zero specialized knowledge, because you will look back and say, wow I could have been getting specialized for 10-20 years.

I'm learning C# today, but I actually had installed Visual Basic when I was 13 years old, that's like 20 years ago I could have been studying this stuff.

Also the thing about advice is that its easy to dismiss, and honestly its hard to learn without learning from brutal experience... but thats the thing about the advice, its trying to give you the knowledge without the brutal lesson. Just a thought!

Namaste!
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« Reply #5 on: July 10, 2019, 11:06:56 am »

Definitely l e a r n  t o  c o d e right now or do something. THink that whatever you could be doing now, 10 years from now you could look back and have all that accumulated knowledge over a decade on one particular, specialized thing. You don't want to be 30 something and have gained broad experience, but zero specialized knowledge, because you will look back and say, wow I could have been getting specialized for 10-20 years.

I'm learning C# today, but I actually had installed Visual Basic when I was 13 years old, that's like 20 years ago I could have been studying this stuff.

Also the thing about advice is that its easy to dismiss, and honestly its hard to learn without learning from brutal experience... but thats the thing about the advice, its trying to give you the knowledge without the brutal lesson. Just a thought!

Namaste!

I might try get into it. I did some basic HTML and started CSS on codeacademy a few years ago, dropped it when I went to college. The only reason I say "might" is because I'm thinking of doing a postgrad in counselling, i.e actual CBT etc that health services employ people for. I did a psychology undergrad, although even I would say it's not a good degree by itself, I did well so I can probably qualify for the good courses with some experience. Mental health services are another growth industry, even if some of the areas are a meme there's good money & it's interesting to me. If I do want to go that direction I'll have to focus my "studying" on that, but I guess that could be the "specialised" knowledge I acquire.
Thanks for the advice.

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