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don’t go to art school. pirate some drawing programs. buy a cheap tablet off of craigslist. take furry porn commissions. draw some wolf cocks. start a patreon. make ten thousand dollars a month. retire at the age of 25. buy an island with your dog dick money. invest in indie games. buy stock in mojang. fly to sweden and hang out with notch. become notch’s friend. have him buy you things because he’s desperate to have friends and doesn’t want to lose you. open notch’s mind. shape him in to a good person. get married to notch. give notch the spark to create a new game. become the artist for notch’s new game. it’s a furry hentai game. start a kickstarter and make another ten thousand dollars. run off with the money. buy another island. draw more dog dicks. get out there. live. 

04.17.17 Net Worth: -$38,203

I bought my first stock today.

I bought 25 shares of Rexahn Pharmaceuticals Inc (RNN) at $.407 a share.

I bought 5 shares of Apricus Biosciences Inc (APRI) at $1.54 a share.

I know it’s small, but it’s my start and I’m not much of a gambler… yet. I intend on buying and selling often for a profit until I feel confident enough to invest in bigger stocks with high yield dividends.

First day jitters.

I’m not the one to ask about members of beloved boy bands going solo, considering how much JC Chasez stock I was buying 15 years ago. Yet I will say, Harry Styles practically stole the show. Between his Mick Jagger impression and musical performances, he more than earned a chance to return in the future as host and musical guest.
—  Saturday Night Live recap - Best Musical Moment: “Sign of the Times”

This large development of a petty bourgeoisie within the American laboring class is a post-Marxian phenomenon and the result of the tremendous and world wide development of capitalism in the 20th Century. The market of capitalistic production has gained an effective world-wide organization. Industrial technique and mass production have brought possibilities in the production of goods and services which out-run even this wide market. A new class of technical engineers and managers has arisen forming a working class aristocracy between the older proletariat and the absentee owners of capital. The real owners of capital are small as well as large investors — workers who have deposits in savings banks and small holdings in stocks and bonds; families buying homes and purchasing commodities on installment; as well as the large and rich investors.

Of course, the individual laborer gets but an infinitesimal part of his income from such investments. On the other hand, such investments, in the aggregate, largely increase available capital for the exploiters, and they give investing laborers the capitalistic ideology. Between workers and owners of capital stand today the bankers and financiers who distribute capital and direct the engineers.


Thus the engineers and the saving better-paid workers, from a new petty bourgeois class, whose interests are bound up with those of the capitalists and antagonistic to those of common labor. On the other hand, common labor in America and white Europe far from being motivated by any vision of revolt against capitalism, has been blinded by the American vision of the possibility of layer after layer of the workers escaping into the wealthy class and becoming managers and employers of labor.


Thus in America we have seen a wild and ruthless scramble of labor groups over each other in order to climb to wealth on the backs of black labor and foreign immigrants. The Irish climbed on the Negroes. The Germans scrambled over the Negroes and emulated the Irish. The Scandinavians fought forward next to the Germans and the Italians and “Bohunks” are crowding up, leaving Negroes still at the bottom chained to helplessness, first by slavery, then by disfranchisement and always by the Color Bar.

—  ‘Marxism and the Negro Problem’, W.E.B. Du Bois, 1933.
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Just travelling with the FFXV boyz things (Pt. 2):

[battle version!]

(read part 1 here)

Originally posted by thelimefactory

  • Intense concern for the mental faculties of these young men because YOU ARE MEANT TO KEEP THE PRINCE ALIVE WHY DO THEY ALL LOOK SO EXCITED TO TAKE ON THAT THING WHICH IS THREE OR MORE TIMES THE SIZE OF ALL OF YOU ALL PUT TOGETHER. Perhaps the stress of  this journey finally taken it’s toll. Eventually you just learn to roll with it because somehow things always end up okay in the end.

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Here’s part 2 of the butter slime! I didn’t expect it to be so smooth :3 (let’s just ignore how bright the color is, my craft store didn’t have any white model magic in stock so I had to buy yellow ^^;; )

Part 1 is here!

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“Millennials aren’t buying houses”

“Millennials aren’t buying cars”

“Millennials aren’t buying diamonds”

“Millennials aren’t saving”

“Millennials aren’t investing money”

“Millennials aren’t buying life insurance”

“Millennials aren’t buying stocks”

Yeah quick fucking question where the fuck is the money coming from to spend on that because it sure as fuck isn’t coming from my £4.10 an hour job. Money? In this economy?

I recently went to a job interview for a sales associate position. I thought that it seemed like a good deal as far as retail went. 9+ dollars an hour for part time, non-commissoned. A lot better than the other places I’d been looking at.

But then the woman interviewing me said something that just rubbed me the wrong way. I had asked about what benefits, if any, I could expect from the job. She replied with, “oh. You can buy stocks of course, and there are a few vacation days. However! When Obama care gets repealed we can go back to doing it the old way! You’d be working 40+ weeks instead of these 28-32 hour weeks and no benefits! Saves the company money and gives you those paychecks to pay the bills!”

And she was so excited about it and I’m just still ??? One why would you inform me of the fact you’d be wiling to work me to the bone with no change in my earnings or benefits and two why would you be so happy about not providing people with insurance?

anonymous asked:

I have over 20 grand saved from sex work. I have no idea what to do with it. I don't have any debts or anything like that. Any tips?

Open an IRA (Retirement account)
Open a high interest savings account so that your $$ can grow and not just sit there
Have an emergency fund with at least 1 years expenses
Get health & life insurance if you don’t already have it
Open a business
Invest in some stocks + bonds Keep saving and buy some land
Keep paying every bill on time so you can continue to be debt free
And don’t spend your savings on dumb shit

10 Reasons Why I Think I Made My Worst Investments Ever

I’ve been thinking about my investment style and how it’s changed over the years.

My first few years were pretty rough. I dove right in. I put some money in a brokerage account and just started. I was buying and selling with really no real idea. It was pretty reckless. But everyone starts somewhere.

The other day I started my taxes. That had me looking back at some old trades. Some of them are just awful. But hilarious. I had to include two examples in this post (see them below). I hope by writing this all down I’ll avoid making these mistakes in the future:

1. The P/E ratio is the absolute worst metric ever. It needs to be burned off the front page of every finance website. It is a backward looking metric. The stock market is forward looking. WTF. Avoid this. If a company has a really low P/E ratio, it generally has one for a reason.

2. Stay away from any and all foreign exchange risk. If you buy stock in an ADR or a company based in a country outside the US, and that country’s currency takes a hit, your portfolio is going to feel it. Managing investments is hard enough, you should not have to also worry about currency fluctuations.

3. Picking bottoms and calling tops is Russian roulette. A stock that’s down 50% from its highs can still drop another 50% from there. A stock that’s up 100% over a year can still climb another 100% in the next year.

Here’s one trade where I tried to be the man and short NVIDIA after a massive run

And here’s another. Yes, I actually said this. I thought the tech trade was over

4. Know where you’re going to get out before you make the investment. This makes life much easier. Before you buy a stock, know why and when you’re going to cut it out of your life if it goes against you. Don’t get trapped. Don’t waste time.

5. You need to be a master at avoiding FOMO (fear of missing out). There’s nothing worse than watching a stock spike, and so you buy it. You don’t want to miss out. You just need to join in. F that. Don’t do it. Chasing a stock rarely ever works.

6. Never buy a stock because of buyout rumors or because you think it will get acquired. You want to own strong companies not rumors or theories.

7. Always know your shareholder yield. Does the company pay dividends or have a history of buying back stock? That’s money being returned to you. If there’s no shareholder yield (dividends or buybacks), you’re basically left with a bet on growth. Know the difference. It will change your timeframe and expectations for any single investment.

8. You can’t ignore the overall market. In bear markets, they say all correlations go to 1. It’s hard to find quality stocks in bear markets. Everyone makes money in bull markets so don’t let it get to your head.

9. Study the tax code. It will immediately change the way you invest or trade. Trading can be a lot of fun. But at tax time it sucks. It’s a lot of work and even more taxes. You can save up to 20% on capital gains taxes when you hold a stock for more than a year.

10. The Internet is your best friend in the world of financial markets. But you have to double check everything. There’s so much free research available. There are also so many smart people writing and sharing ideas each day. But you still need to double check it all. If you like a trading or investing idea from someone online, make sure you corroborate the data yourself.

quick doodle! 

just got back last week from a trip to tokyo! while i was there i scoped out a ton of osokara doujin hehe. hero blue alas sold out super fast at tora but i did manage to get my hands on another one of yuta-san’s books :D

Small woman chewed out by grown man over law, boss does nothing and yells further over his own mistake

Comic book store girl again!! So, the new Gathering of Magic card set comes out tomorrow, and card companies are very strict about street dates (the date the product is available for sale). If we break that rule, we are no longer allowed to sell any products of theirs or their parent company, which is half our stock. Most customers who buy regularly know this and are disappointed but cool. However. Not one customer.

This grown man has an addiction to cards. He routinely drops $50-$200 a week on various card games, which is great! We love the sales and appreciate them. And he’s normally a pleasant guy. Idk if he was just in a bad mood today or what but god, he was a complete prick today.

He comes in and sees we have boxes of product on the shelves with no price sticker on them. He asks for some, and I tell him they don’t go on sale until tomorrow. He gets mad and keeps asking for it, then asks how much it is. I respond that I wasn’t informed of the price because the product isn’t for sale yet, and he threw a bigger fit. He then asks for various products of the same set, which, surprise, can’t sell those either! He finally gives up and asks how much a card in the case, and having just priced it the day before, I tell him it’s $50+ the day before but I’d be happy to look again. He responds with “Well you’re just difficult at doing your job today aren’t you?” And storms out.

I’m almost in tears and the owner, who is right beside me this entire time who did NOTHING to stand up for me, starts arguing with me that one of the products was indeed for sale because he sold it to someone before I got there.

It wasn’t. And if that random Ass guy runs his mouth about where he got it, we will lose half our business. Fuck everything.