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  1. 23 points
    Verified that our drive in is the highest grossing theater currently operating in the US
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    Our drive In represented 20% of Onward’s box office Friday. What a weird thing to see. I’m damn near single handedly propping up the industry, guys.
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    I think we solved the mystery to this photo. The dog knows what they do with the cobs.
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    https://apnews.com/bd766ac42089fffaf45e2920e1cd33ed Had an interview with the AP. OMG he wrote the part where I caught myself about to say “catch the bug”
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    My mental health had certainly taken a hit this past week. Yesterday the emotions of it all finally caught up to me and I laid on my bed catatonic for almost the whole afternoon. In the autistic community we call that autistic burnout. The good news is that as of yesterday I’ve been sober from weed for a whole month and alcohol for over five months. This has been a trying time for recovering addicts, including myself, but I’m thankful that I’m still going strong.
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    I understand he still has expenses. With 32 units, his risk pool is pretty diversified, and as far as I know, Houston is a big, growing area. But let's do a thought experiment. How much money would you have to expect to make per month/year to take on the risk of owning a 32 unit apartment complex? You sure as shit wouldn't do it for a grand or two a month right? What if it was your only source of income? You would need to make more money than the few grand a month a regular day job pays right? This guy probably makes more per year than all but a handful of people on this board. Even with his expenses he should be at income level where he is able to put away some money every month. Forget the Coronavirus, wtf was this guy going to do if the building caught on fire? Sure he probably has insurance, but that check doesn't come the second you file a claim. Or any other kind of emergency. Remember, the 32 people renting from him no doubt have it harder financially than this guy, shouldn't he almost have an obligation to have some kind of emergency funds in case shit happens? This guy to me tests the basics of capitalism. When business is great and he's clearing 20 grand a month and leasing new BMW's under his LLC he gets to say hey I'm the business owner I assumed all the risk I get to enjoy the benefits of my profits. But the second that risk actually hits his front door, he's crying about it.
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    It’s mostly a coincidence that I finally saw a doctor last week and started taking an antidepressant. In the coming months, I’ll probably be really glad that I did.
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    Wtf they have the nerve to put a nurse on unpaid sick leave? Drag whichever fucker made that decision in the streets.
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    Should we really be deciding and confirming judges with an election so close though?
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    QUIT TOUCHING YOUR FUCKING FACE. YOU ARE A PART OF THE PROBLEM.
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    Roberts gutted the Voting Rights Act and now Republican-led states are doing everything they can to stop minorities from voting. Roberts can fuck all the way off.
  25. 9 points
    The person who pays every single bill for this board's very existence voted for the old socialist Jew too.
  26. 9 points
    My thoughts on Bernie from 2015 to 2019 are pretty well known here, and even my current support trends toward pragmatism (I will vote blue no matter what), but the glee with which some of you view these results is rather disheartening. There is a lot to be said about the feasibility or efficacy of Bernie's policies - and I do not discredit any of those issues - but we need someone who will fight. The votes for M4A may not exist in Congress, and the fiscal machinations to make it possible may never come to pass, but consider stories like this (read the full thread): I cannot, in good consciousness, read stories like that and do or think anything other than 'we need someone who will dedicate every fiber of their being for these people'. I do not see that in Joe Biden. I see in Sanders an opportunity to bring the biggest voice in government to working class people in a way it never has before, and it hurts me on a fundamental level that it may not come to pass. There is nothing celebratory about that.
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    Cruise lines headquarter outside of US for tax reasons may not be eligible for stimulus/aid You hate to see it.
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    I know of a nice little camp on the southeastern side of Cuba that might be appropriate for them.
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    Norway just openly shit-talking us
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    Personally, I consider this to be a "dress rehearsal" for the inevitable time when a really bad one of these things with a long-ass incubation period emerges from the interiors of South America, Africa, or Asia, and starts to burn through an interconnected, networked world. At least this "relatively benign" disease provides a somewhat 'low-risk" opportunity to test our containment/treatment strategies and see where they break down. In light of that, I'm totally cool with a bit of "overreaction" and "panic" as long as they serve the larger goal of learning and preparedness for when Pestilence finally mounts her white horse.
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    Nothing truer written on the topic
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  40. 7 points
    So a little before I got laid off and unemployed due to Covid-19 my good friend and I had an idea. He started to build his own knife, from top to bottom he did it by hand every step of the way. So I see the beginning stages and start to ponder like damn the is a great idea, should have done this years ago. We're already getting orders for knives and we're barely getting off the ground right now due to the quarantine. So our idea is to make knives and record every step of the way to the finished product, each order gets a custom video from start to finish. Each knife is a custom design unless they want one of our designs. So I figured I would throw it out here on my internet family so to say, he'll I've know most of you for over a decade now. I'm asking for some likes and subscriptions to my YouTube page, we hope to make some income off of YouTube as well. In these trying times this is all I've got right now so it can't hurt to try. This is my YouTube channel, any help would be appreciated. https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCKKTRrqm4WajchzEr-5D5Sw Thanks to anyone that wants to give me a like and follow. Hell I'll even throw a shout out to day one patch on my first video. And if you eventually decide to order a knife through us just let me know your YouTube account name and you'll get 15% off.
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    Berenson is the author of a series of airport bookstore spy thrillers that feature a recurring CIA agent named "John Wells" and practically all of them have titles that begin with "The...". He also wrote the modern equivalent of "Reefer Madness" I had the misfortune of reading one of this spy novels several years ago, so I decided to let him know my opinion:
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    Let's be real, We'd all feel better if pretty much ANYONE else was in charge at this moment in time.
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    We’re 14 years in to 2020 and it’s only March.
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