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Birds last won the day on September 21 2018

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  1. Birds

    Teaching is where it's at for $$$ these days Leesh be killin dezz in the overpaid union stakes; don't even have to block off city streets
  2. Birds

    I'd like to see the correlation between installation of pod filters and the increase of sudden infant death syndrome. For real though, what the f**k kind of impact on the environment would adding a pod filter to an intercooled setup have, to justify the EPA making someone take a day off work to change it and get it passed. Australia's entire impact in the greater scheme of world emissions has been established as f**k all. Those are the kinds of laws that needed to be binned; laws created for no other reason than to enforce sanctions against modified vehicles.
  3. Birds

    Lmao CR33M get the money
  4. Birds

    Conventional is likely their best shot at making money out of their acreage I think. No one seems to want to touch fracking until the oil prices skyrocket and the Arabs dry out.
  5. Birds

    I don't want em to consolidate TBH...it's the only thing holding them accountable for taking advantage of every share issue they're possibly entitled to. I didn't like how they handled IW2, at all. Thinking we won't hear another peep about it and yet the last I read on it, they'd supposedly found ample evidence to turn a dollar out of it so didn't proceed with discovering it had no damn pressure lol
  6. Birds

    Diversifying only works to protect money, but not to make significant amounts of it. It averages out your losses, but also your profits in the name of safety. Case in point...if you'd put every dollar you had of cash into 1.5/1.6 88E of yesterweek, by now you'd have cleared more gains than 10 years of compounding bank interest at current rates. 88E may well waste the long termers time but I've always maintained there's a truckload to be made off that perpetual dump and ramp cycle on asx releases. Quote me now: once that current well is spud and they are on the cusp of testing it, good or bad outcome, the price will ramp before the fact. Save for some unseen shit going down, the ramp is coming.
  7. Birds

    So I mean you could wait a year for 2.6% on your money or buying 88E at 1.5/1.6 will produce nearly 30% in a week Three certainties in life; death, taxes and 88E recovering after a big fall
  8. Birds

    I was doing the same. 5k was getting me like $30 a month, shit was free money. Then you realise capital gains and inflation and it sucks a bit... Interest ain't worth it now
  9. Birds

    That's hideous...I remember the days of 8% when it was worth having interest. Rather put in a bluechip or some sort of Alaskan oil explorer.
  10. Birds

    Don't know, maybe don't leave any tailored suits out in the paddocks and you should be right. As for sickness, I can only say she'll be right.
  11. Birds

    Get goats
  12. Birds

    R35 grown on me I'd miss a manual gearbox like hell...but no way would I be prepared to enlist my own private security for events with the previous model.
  13. Birds

    Happy new year lovers! Current 33R carsales bottom = 45K Catching up to and in some places surpassing 32Rs...maybe the yanks' love affair with the 33 shape will realign the models by age vs price? How long before we surpass the 2009 R35s in Australia? Which now seem quite old, and a lot of money for a car of that age...not that they wouldn't be worth it. I wouldn't mind trading up on one at some stage if I can get some money together...
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    Sounds like they weren't interested in lying to themselves Could I go back to 18 I would have picked up a trade and invested while living at home, or gone FIFO at 20-21 for those years that I was single and didn't do anything spectacular with my time