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That’s why Germans panic on hearing the word “inflation”

Hyperinflation during the early period of the Weimar Republic:

  • January 31, 1920: 1 US-Dollar = 42 Reichsmark (RM)
  • October 21, 1922: 1 US-Dollar = 4,439 RM
  • January 31, 1922: 1 US-Dollar = 49,000 RM
  • August 8, 1923: 1 US-Dollar = 4,860,000 RM
  • September 7, 1923: 1 US-Dollar = 53.000.000 RM
  • October 3, 1923: 1 US-Dollar = 440.000.000 RM
  • October 11, 1923: 1 US-Dollar = 5.060.000.000 RM
  • October 22, 1923: 1 US-Dollar = 32.150.000.000 RM
  • November 3, 1923: 1 US-Dollar = 418.950.000.000 RM
  • November 9, 1923: 1 US-Dollar = 628.500.000.000 RM
  • November 15, 1923: 1 US-Dollar = 4.200.000.000.000 RM

People were burning the banknotes in the oven because the paper heated more than the coal they were able to buy with the money.

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p2: (zombie noises) 
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p2: (zombies noises continue, and then cut off) 
p1: Where my money Chaun-
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POOR VEGANS

People need to chill with the poor vegans crap. I’ve spent about 60 USD on groceries in the last month. It’s not at all hard, you simply buy what you need when (or maybe a bit before) you need it. Vegan under 25 a week is incredibly cheap, but the fact is that I’m vegan for about 16 bucks a week.. Now, I decided that because I’ve got the extra cash I decided to spend 24 dollars on 5,5 lbs of protein powder and 11 dollars on a greens powder. Even letting myself get fancier, more luxury items, my budget has not exceeded 100 dollars on food. (Also, the 60 dollar total includes my trip to Whole Foods recently where I bought tempeh and seitan, so).

If you want tips and insight into how I achieve this, please respond to this post or message me! Don’t pass off on being vegan because you think it’s expensive.

sometimes it blows my mind that i remember a time before the internet and there are people being born that don’t and i’m not saying that in a condescending way its just…i’m 21 now…when i was 7 i listened to harry potter audio books on cassette tapes because CDs were so expensive…when i was 10 going to the DVD rental store was a big treat now they don’t even exist…only 5 years ago we were paying $3 for individual songs and now we have access to multiple music libraries in the palm of our hands we pay 11 dollars a month for (which is essentially what 5 songs used to cost)…i remember when i was 9 we got our first home computer and we thought dial up was so fast a speed even tho the internet and phone couldn’t be used at the same time now 12 years later everyone in my family has multiple devices…i remember MySpace and its downfall, the rise of Facebook like…i’m 21 ya’ll…all that has happened in just over a decade like we have gone from VHS to streaming…its so exciting and big and scary and a strange privilege to be alive inside a world so unsatisfied and impermanent and i know a lot of my fellow millennials/90s bubbas get a lil oddly sad that we live and grow in such a place but you know what??? we are a generation unafraid of advancement because change is a constant thing we’ve adapted to brilliantly (despite the mental health) and thats a double edge sword but in the end its not so bad, is it?? we’re pretty okay, i reckon i’m proud of us cos we keep our feet when the world is faster than ever

5 Money-Related Issues Women Deal With That (cis) Men Just Don't Have To

• the wage gap; on average women earn 22% less than men.

• the pink tax; products marketed towards women often cost more, even when they have the same ingredients or functions.

• the cost of menstrual supplies; on average people with periods spend 1700 dollars on tampons, 2200 dollars on new underwear and 1200 dollars on pain relievers over the course of their lifetime.

• greater healthcare costs; on average people with uteruses spend 11.000 dollars on birth control and they have to deal with the high costs of having a baby.

• financial entrapment in abusive relationships; even though this can also happen to men, on average 1 in 4 women are in abusive relationship, 99% of which are controlled through money.

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ALRIGHT NERDS, GUESS WHAT BIG BROTHER TOBY HAS GOT FOR Y’ALL TODAY:

LEFT AND RIGHT I’VE BEEN SEEING POOR SOULS WHO ARE IN NEED OF BINDERS, AND CHEAP ONES. NOT THAT 30+ DOLLAR BULLCRAP AIN’T NOBODY CAN AFFORD. WELL GUESS WHAT. THESE AMAZINGLY COMFORTABLE AND HIGH-QUALITY BINDERS ARE 11 DOLLARS WITH FREE SHIPPING, AND RIGHT NOW THEY’RE ON SALE FOR 8.

MINE JUST CAME IN TODAY AND THESE ARE ACTUALLY MY FIRST BINDERS AND LET ME TELL YOU:

THEY ARE COMFY AND SOFT, MY CHEST IS SUPER FLAT (AND IT’S ONLY ON THE LEAST TIGHT SETTING), I CAN TAKE A GOOD DEEP BREATH WITHOUT TOO MUCH STRAIN, AND I’VE BEEN WEARING IT FOR HOURS NOW.

HOW I GOT A HOLD OF THESE, LET ME JUST TELL YOU SOMEBODY I FOLLOW WAS GENEROUS ENOUGH TO SHOW ME (THEY THEMSELVES SAID THESE WERE ABSOLUTELY AMAZING AND TO BE HONEST I TRUST ‘EM A LOT).

THEY COME IN BOTH BLACK AND WHITE (I FOR ONE GOT TWO BLACK ONES, THANK YOU VERY MUCH TELE-MOM), IN THE DESCRIPTION IT SAYS:

  • Material: Moisture quick-drying fibers
  • Perfect for Trans, Tomboys,GL, Les Lesbians, or stage show
  • Slim elastic flat chest binder undershirt
  • Side triplex row hook short top
  • This is Asian size,usually runs about 1-2 sizes smaller than US size. Please carefully check the sizing info before your place the order

NOW I DUNNO ABOUT YOU BUT THAT SOUNDS PRETTY GREAT TO ME. I GOT MINE IN LARGE, (MY USUAL BRA SIZE, WHICH SHOULD WORK JUST AS GOOD FOR ANYONE ELSE). OF COURSE IT’S A TIGHT FIT BUT THE WAY YOU GET IT ON IS BASICALLY LIKE A REGULAR BRA EXCEPT THE CLIPS ARE ON THE LEFT SIDE (IN PERSONAL POINT OF VIEW).

AND NOT ONLY ALL THIS BUT THE MODEL IS ADORABLE, OKAY I’VE EXPRESSED HOW JOYFUL I AM OVER THIS AND I SUCK AT REVIEWS SO BUH-BYE I’LL SEE YOU IN SUPER-AWESOME BINDER VILLE.

“We’re rich, we’re rich! We’re fabulously well off”….not! But I bet @jaredmeaghan knows what show that line was from.

Today I picked up the foreign currency that I ordered last week and this will get us through the first couple days in each country. I ordered a little of Chinese Renminbi, Vietnamese Dong, Thai Baht, Hong Kong Dollar (China has a different currency than Hong Kong and although Hong Kong may accept the Renminbi it would probably be at a terrible conversion rate) and Cambodia accepts the American dollar no problem. But let me tell you, nothing makes a person feel richer than the Vietnamese Dong but in reality $200,000 Dong is equivalent to $11 Canadian dollars. Booooo….

We are going with as little cash as possible and will withdraw money as we need it or use my credit card (Air miles yay!). A majority of our meals are already arranged by Quivertree so we won’t need too much money for that and how much could a skewer of scorpions cost really?

Hopefully our souvenir budget doesn’t require too many trips to the ATM :)

Thank You Cashier Lady

So this is more of a cashier appreciation story.

I found this Admiral Ackbar figure that was being sold for like….8.50 I think, which was awesome and I jumped on it. I go to the little 10 items or less which is literally right in front of these figures, ya know one of those huge displays with the cards and all at the front of stores? I talk with the cashier, she says hello and jokes with me and my grandmother and my grandmothers sister as she’s ringing each of us up. Then she rings me up and the price comes out as over 11 dollars. Now, the figure is the only thing I’m getting. I thought to myself, I thought the display said 8.50? But I wasn’t bothered as it was just a few dollars more so I didn’t say anything and let it go. No big deal. However, I must have made a face of confusion which she then returns, asking me if the price was wrong. Before I can answer she tells me to hold on just one second and goes over to the display, seeing the price on the display and immediately comes back and cancels the item, correcting the price to the cheaper one, telling me that she was going to fix this as I was being charged way too much. I think me and my grandmother thanked her about a dozen times before we left as she rang up my grandmothers sister.

I was perfectly fine with thinking perhaps the item had been mislabeled on the display as too cheap and I simply made a mistake. But this nice woman, just from a brief face of confusion, decided that she was going to go out of her way to check something even though I hadn’t said anything.

run away with me; a playlist inspired by yoongi and jungkook’s relationship in i need u/prologue/run.

01. st. patrick // pvris 02. wild heart // bleachers 03. vegas skies // the cab 04. run away with me // carly rae jepsen 05. empty with you // the used 06. friends // ed sheeran 07. she’s the prettiest girl at the party // frnkiero andthe cellabration 08. keeping on without you // this providence 09. stay with me // r5 10. colors // halsey 11. million dollar man // lana del rey 12. figure 8 // ellie goulding 13. stitches // shawn mendes 14. timebomb // tove lo 15. when we were young // the summer set 16. for him. // troye sivan 17. jet black heart // 5 seconds of summer 18. your guardian angel // red jumpsuit apparatus 19. cocoon // catfish and the bottlemen 20. idfc // blackbear 21. i need u // bts ////////// listen

DC Special Series #11, aka Dollar Comics, aka 80-page Spectacular, “Beyond The Super-Speed Barrier!”, January 1978.

After the three Flashes join forces to stop Gorilla Grodd, Kid Flash graduates from high school and announces his plans to attend college, but also that he will quit being Kid Flash once he finishes his degree. 

Art by Tatjana Wood.