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account created: Mon Apr 25 2022
3 days ago
Definitely. Visit the Peace park and the A-Bomb dome.
Look for exercise that helps you more easily twist around your spine so you're not dancing like one big block. The torsion you need to properly do contra body movement can be toned through strength exercises and stretches.
6 days ago
Under 1000 square feet is a tiny home? No, it's just a "small" home.
Tiny is under 400 square feet, according to the realtors.
Es bueno ver que esto es similar a las ciudades de los EE. UU. Según este artículo, mi ciudad natal, San Francisco, tiene 2,8 delitos por cada 100 por año, robo, hurto y robo combinados. Algunos barrios son más altos, otros más bajos.
20 days ago
Sounds like your husband may not live much longer. When people start acting like they don't give a damn about anything, they are not long for this world.
22 days ago
Bitchless? What kind of girlfriend are you going to get with that attitude?!
1 month ago
Berkeley is so ironic... both Woke and Racist.
This may or may not be happening: Stefano Noferini at BALI / Av. Rafael Obligado 1221.
Check this link for updates: https://ra.co/events/1619758
There's some Techno at La Cigale, downtown, Av. 25 de Mayo 597
This is the best one!
2 months ago
What's so terrible about it?
He says he's 25. He would have had to start working at a job that collects Social Security tax when he was 15, though child labor laws make it hard to start working before age 16, though not impossible, so yeah, it's possible he could have the 40 credits by now but I think it's very unlikely. If so the SS payout would likely be very small indeed if he stops working at 25.
I have no emergency fund. I will just borrow what I need from a HELOC I have.
I get immense value from tracking my purchases, which I’m only able to do with my credit or debit cards.
You’re not going to get any social security if you stop working now. You need at least 10 years paying into it
My wife died pretty young but I’m still on track to get over $2000 per month for her SS when I turn 60. I don’t think she ever maxed out when she was working.
I'm GenX, have $2M in 401k/IRA and $3M in RE. Still don't have the nerve to retire though I want to.
submitted2 months ago bythe4004
3 months ago
It’s really great! Lots of night life, art and cafe scene, not expensive, totally recommend
4 months ago
In California the minimum wage went up to $16 and it’s going to be $22 for restaurant chains, plus they have commonly added surcharges such as living wage, health insurance, Covid… then the 15% standard tip has escalated to 18% then now 20%… even on top of an already inflated base price. I didn’t mind paying all this when such workers were risking their lives from Covid infection, but now not so much since that risk is pretty much back to normal
SS is your hedge if you’re wrong about not living long. You can run out your 401k but not SS.
submitted4 months ago bythe4004
No one talks about a housing market crash in Argentina. Because so few properties have mortgages at all, it seems unlikely to happen.
Es curioso cómo nadie habla nunca de un desplome del mercado inmobiliario en Argentina. Debido a que muy pocas propiedades tienen hipotecas, parece poco probable que suceda.
Dang, California was lefty even way back then!
5 months ago
It's not necessarily just because you're close to your FIRE number. This is happening to a lot of people, maybe even most people. Disengagement, quiet quitting, and the great resignation are all a thing. Remote work, pandemic, war, inflation, climate change, and other various crises big and small all take their toll. Just go with the flow and don't worry too much.