SeasonedRP

6 months ago  The Public Square

@arakouzo Exactly. The self improvement and mission stuff themselves don't turn women on. They aren't attracted to boy scouts. It's the end product that matters, not the process.

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SeasonedRP

8 months ago  The Public Square

@Guy I see. I'm not trying to give you a hard time. I've posted about this on the sub. I'm from an era when men wanted to get big and strong, and primping and things like measuring bodyfat were for girls. I get that it's different now with young men. It's just odd to me.

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SeasonedRP

8 months ago  The Public Square

@destraht Great album. And tour too.

SeasonedRP

8 months ago  The Public Square

@destraht Great album. Tour was too.

SeasonedRP

8 months ago  The Public Square

@Fawk_Face Let me know in 30 years how it works out for you. You can theoretically do the returns you stated with options, but no one ever has consistently.

SeasonedRP

8 months ago  The Public Square

@Guy Why would you want to if you aren't a competitive bodybuilder? Call Louie Simmons at Westside Barbell and ask him how he has his lifters measure their bodyfat. (anyone can call and ask questions and they'll take the call). Then move the phone away from your ear.

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SeasonedRP

8 months ago  The Dark Winter

@redpillschool I'm waiting to see long interest rates, which are set by the market, shoot up before I'll be convinced 70s type inflation is coming. Bond market isn't showing it now.

SeasonedRP

8 months ago  The Public Square

I'd stick to stocks of companies with the ability to raise prices over crypto.

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SeasonedRP

11 months ago  The Public Square

@lifeisweirdasfuck I wouldn't go overboard if you plan to compete in bodybuilding, but otherwise, do what you want.

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SeasonedRP

11 months ago  Wallstreet Bets

@MentORPHEUS For years, I've thought long term interest rates have nowhere to go but up but so far that hasn't happened. If they ever do go up, valuation of the Dow, S&P 500, and growth stocks in general are going to follow a trajectory that will come as a rude surprise to new stock market participants. A lot of people buying stocks have no idea what they represent or how businesses are valued. It took years for the earnings of high PE stocks of the late 90s to catch up with valuations.

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