After the collapse of the agriculture sector in Zimbabwe in 2000, the inflation in that country skyrocketed to 231 million percent a year! Just think about it – 231,000,000%! Unemployment went up to 80% and a third of country’s population left it.
When I’m caught staring at a girl’s ass
When I see a cyclist obeying the traffic laws
When some wild-eyed, eight-foot-tall maniac grabs your neck, taps the back of your favorite head up against the barroom wall, and he looks you crooked in the eye and he asks you if ya paid your dues, you just stare that big sucker right back in the eye, and you remember what ol' Jack Burton always says at a time like that: "Have ya paid your dues, Jack?" "Yessir, the check is in the mail."
- Jack Burton
21 women who immediately regretted their tramp stamps – Guyism
Your damn awesome pics and videos of the day – Ned Hardy
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The M-1 Abrams tank can do damage in many ways (Video) – The Brigade
Jeanette McCurdy side profile pics are interesting – Drunken Ninja
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The Sad Truths Behind the L.A. Party Scene That Took Down Bryan Singer – Defamer
6 Shockingly Childish Abuses of Power by Airport Employee – Linkiest
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This NYPD Idea Backfired Horribly On Twitter – Radass
This might be the hottest Emma Watson video ever created – Guyism
I am an early retiree. I have been living that life for some time. Many years ago (before it became popular) my wife and I chose to live significantly below our means so we could achieved financial independence. I am now living what you are planning, so I think I can provide more of a sense of the big picture.
Here’s the piece you (and a few others in this thread) seem to be missing… Living below your means isn’t about postponing gratification. In other words, it’s not about giving up products and experiences when you’re young so you can have them when you’re old. That’s not it at all.
What it’s really about is freedom. Most people are, in many ways, slaves. I was a slave. Beginning at age five I was forced to get up in the morning and go somewhere I didn’t really want to go, and do things I didn’t really want to do. Elementary school. Then high school. Then college. Then work. And throughout all those years there was an undertone of fear. Fear that you’ll get in trouble with Mom and Dad if your grades suck. Fear that your performance in college won’t result in a decent job. Fear that you’ll lose your job, and that your family will suffer, if you don’t kiss up to the right people, or meet your quotas, or because some asshole above you decides to eliminate your job… always that nagging worry and fear in the background.
A black Union soldier sits, posted in front of a slave auction house on Whitehall Street in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1864
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