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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by GoodForAnother, Nov 6, 2020.
While true, a Tim Young tweet
This is not something new. Physics wasn't offered in my high school back in the 90s... or any high school in the county or city thar I'm aware of.
Very much a southern states shitty education thing yes, but not new.
ahh this was a roller coaster of a week. There was that glimmer of hope that IT just might happen. Then we see he’s being released and the hope dwindles. But we get this video of this fucker gasping for air, and some hope re-emerges… but alas. :/
Mmm. Here comes that soft landing
I feel really bad for the other people on this board who, unlike me, may not understand this.
Line go down, owie, country poo-poo.
The fed is raising interest rates to slow down the economy. It working.
It also means we're not producing as much which will exacerbate supply chain/inflation issues. More importantly, production workers will likely get laid off.
Black pills like they’re jelly beans these days boys
I can’t wait to be bagging groceries at 90
At this point I'm figuring I'll probably just ventilate myself when retirement age comes.
I know Newsom has a lot of bad qualities, but I respect his troll game
And every cop will vote for Trump or Dumpy Desantis
Jfc what an huge piece of fucking shit walensky is
hey man maybe do some popular shit and I won’t have to move to another country in 2 years
we are all booked up.
Gas is cheaper, time to resume those student loan payments. Remember to vote Democrat!
His career living long enough to see himself become s played out ahole. It seems to me comedy is a young persons game and your world view drastically narrows once you mature and do normal ppl shit like raise a family. As opposed to idk, bouncing around clubs and being a degenerate.
10 years ago I thought Bill Burr was great and now he’s doing recycled woke takes that would’ve been relevant 4-5 years ago.
It’s very :/ watching Burr and Dave decay.
A lot of it when you become super wealthy you live in a different world and that world doesn't allow you to be very funny.
Also a factor. I don’t think comedy is in any way declining though. When I had TikTok there were a handful of talented comics who would pop up and they were probably all under 35.
Beto truly might have a death wish doing this in Spearman and Dumas.
Burr really was the pioneer of this transformation. I had never heard anyone describe toxic masculinity like he did but now it's just an old guy complaining.
There's a lot of good stuff in here, but also it should be criminal to be as dumb as Matt Walsh
When the average new car price is over $45k and the used car market is wildly over priced, this was bound to happen.
We had to buy a car in late 2021 and it sucked. It was pretty standard to be paying a grand or more over MSRP
I just bought a used and it was ridiculous.
They also have basically no or very few new vehicles on most car lots now apparently
I got approved then ended up with a car that didn’t have everything I thought it had. I was in a time crunch which made it even worse.
We were in a time crunch too. Didn't even get to test drive the vehicle we bought. It was somehow a worse experience than the way buying a car used to be pre covid
Fucking resign, walensky
If available buying new is the better option now. I unfortunately have had to purchase two cars in the last two years. Bought new both times. One for the same as used and the other for less than used. Made no sense.
Yeah we bought new because there was so little difference in price with used. I didn't understand it at all
I bought a newer used car 2 years ago, now it’s worth more than I paid for it and has an additional 15k miles on it.
So what does an auto industry collapse look like exactly?
Will it be like the 08 housing market where prices plummet, financing becomes more difficult, and the government gives them a no strings attached bailout loan because they "learned their lesson?"
Obama bailed them out once. Took stock ownership in the company after the loan, then sold it for a profit, right?
This is 100% what will happen. It’s amazing how these “too big to fail” industries keep failing and getting bailed out be issue, unironically, they are too big too fail.
Meanwhile fuck your planet catching fire, healthcare and student loans. How are we gonna pay for that?
bought a 2008 honda civic with 75,000 miles for 7950 at the end of 2021, had to drive from north of dayton to cincinnati to get it. my lord i lucked out.
That was an incredible find
i had a 14 civic but got into an accident and state farm totaled out the car and paid me $300 dollars less than what i paid for it five years prior.
i spent the next two months pouring over auto trader and as soon as i saw that i went. was owned by an older couple who treated it like a baby before trading it
in for a mazda they were also not going to drive.
I always find myself wondering how people I know drive these insanely nice cars, especially trucks that cost about their annual salary. Turns out they just can't afford them. Neat.
also I remember early in the pandemic like May 2020 seeing Chrysler finance running 75-84mo deals. no way that's bad.
I saw a rooftop movie yesterday that ran ads before instead of previews (? Idk) but there was a Chrysler that started at ~$89k. Like, you made the PT Cruiser, chill the fuck out.
Same always baffled by how many people have $70,000 trucks
And most typically driven by guys who have white collar jobs and get no utility from the vehicle other than getting point A to point B with terrible fuel efficiency.