Chipotle's signature dish is their E. Coli Bowl. Gross.
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Have you driven by a Home Depot lately? Tuesday at 11AM looks like a Saturday morning in the parking lot these days. They aren’t hurting.
Adverse possession is a real phenomenon. It’s taught in every 1L Property Law class to this day.
Yeah, the gorilla in the room that no one has yet acknowledged is that we are shedding an inordinate number of SS recipients off the system with this virus. That’s going to provide some depletion relief in a really unfortunate way. It’ll be interesting to see what the net effect of this is in another year. The number of recipients will be lessened (possibly significantly) and life expectancy is going to also take a hit.
Wall Street is not Main Street. And Main Street is not Wall Street. What kills the goose benefits the gander in this odd little corner of the world.
Quoted from swampfire:
Some of these posts remind me of 2006 when everyone I knew was flipping houses. I had a test engineer that I had to fire because he spent all day on his phone doing house stuff. As the Modest Mouse song says, “Gravity Rides Everything”. You think fighting the Fed is bad? Try fighting gravity.
Quoting old, obscure Modest Mouse lyrics will get you everywhere in my world. +1
Quoted from jester523:
What do you guys think is a better use of extra cash right now? Pay down debt (low interest mortgage), invest, or hold cash for market dip crash. Part of me hates debt, but the rate is so low (3.875) does it make sense?
I'm paying down debt. Just paid off the small balances on our cars and rolled those payments into the mortgage. I figure that this next several months will offer plenty of downturns and buying opportunities. But if there is any uncertainty ahead, I prefer to get out of the debts while I have no problems paying them down.
Is the Roth IRA loophole still open? It was as of a few years ago. You could contribute the max to a standard IRA then convert it to a Roth, regardless of income amount. SO the idea was to have a standard IRA open with nothing but pennies in it, so you didn't have anything to keep track of for tax purposes. Contribute to it at the max, let it clear and leave it uninvested. Then convert to your Roth. Voila.
But I don't know if they ever closed that loophole.
EDIT: lol, didn't see that was what Ice was talking about above. Guess it is still open.
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