Mind you when I said I won 800, I was 400 withdrawn, and after taxes I had like in the lower 300's.
I get that. Yesterday was my birthday, and they say if you tell your wish you won t get it. My parents brought me a small cake with a few candles.
I wished not to have another birthday, then told them it. They thought it was macabre.
In reality what I did was do a feint and actually live another year.
>>3712847> A bank error lost all my money
That reminds me, I don't understand those people who don't have any cash at hand but who have only one bank card. A single card that is a check guarantee card, credit card and ATM card.
Don't they ever consider what if something happens to that card?
I've got an undisclosed amount of money in my safe, just in case things go wrong like it did.
Its stupid to just rely on one bank card and hope everything just works out.
Banks fuck up occasionally, and its super distressful.
Nothing wrong with wanting to die. as long as you keep trying to live.
Giving up on yourself, is one of the most painful things. I can't even imagine it.
Oh, don't get me wrong, I don't mind dying. I've done it a few times. Its not all that bad depending on the circumstances.
I just like to see whats going to happen next. I'd hate to miss out on a really good video game or a vacuum cleaner that not only cleans on it's own, but sucks your dick afterwards…
I just recently got a TV that can upgrade old shows up to 2k, and newer hd shows up to 8k. AI is awesome, if I would have died back when I should have, I'd missed that coolness.
I love advancement, it keeps me alive.
Naw, I'm more like that Game of Thrones guy who gets stabbed and sliced in half a lot and just keeps coming back to life.
There's no method to it, I just can't be killed.
I guess I could be that guy.
Stab me a few times for fun.
Death is boring. Death is the dirt you walk on every day.
I don't find the dirt to be fun at all. It gets in my house and I have sweep up all the death, and put it back outside.
At least one death is fun, the death of trees. The bones of them make a great shelter.
Why the obsession with death anons? We are drowning in it all the time, as it sits in our lungs, and coats our furniture. It falls off us in mass in the shower.
The death is everywhere, seen and unseen.
I'm actually truly impressed by this "quantum led" tech, compared to my normal 8 year old tv downstairs, the old one downstairs is kinda shit compared to my qled in my bedroom, especially coupled with my nintendo switch.
I don't like to upgrade until they've more or less perfected it, but when they do ho boy do I have a time. Gotta love AI upgrading images.
I'm not invincible, but my shattered spine is healing up nicely. Plus I get some IMO badass battle gear looking brace to walk around in. I orchestrated my outfits to look militant when I wear it, I even waxed up my old black work boots.
my dad gets super pissed when I tell him about how little I pay for all my fancy shit. He occasionally has me hunt him down stuff, especially during the holidays. I got him thishttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0763X6TCW?ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details&th=1
for 60 dollars, refurbished with a 3 year warranty.
plus with my 100% VA disability, and my full SS disability, and owning my own small business… I make more than him, all my cousins, and my brother combined… and I do maybe 10 hours of work a month. I build computers, its not rocket science and it doesn't take long to do, especially when you're basically building the same computer over and over with slight modifications.
>>3722379>old victorean house
…though last time you revealed that it had its framework done in 1950's pressure treated lumber - or were you lying then about living in a cancer-inducing house to munchausen on the internet?
You got to pick your stories and remember which version you told, or else people are gonna notice.
always so nitpicky, the house moved foundations back in the day. Its also had additions over the years.
Here is a picture of it back in the old timey days given to me by the previous owner. The actual picture is pretty small, so sorry for the resolution.
that was before the back portion was added, which is now essentially my kitchen and laundry room.
I only have that photo because I saved it to my gmail account, the local historical society was interested in any documentation I had on the house, since it was originally owned by one of the founders of the town.
Sadly, thats all I had, and the old woman who sold the place to me had a stroke, and now shes basically a potato. Her only living relative is her brother who lives in Florida, and she kept falling, so I got her one of those lifealert necklaces, and I got a phone call if she pressed it. So yeah, getting info from her is basically impossible at this point. If she isn't already dead.
really kinda regret that all the cool old trees are gone.
"Victorian Era" ends in 1901 and that car is a late 1930's early 1940's Ford, which is further evidence.
The kind of wood treatment that you described last time, the kind that turns wood green, was invented in 1911 in Denmark and was accepted as a substitute for PCP and creosote in the 1930's in the US, which collaborates with the car in the photo to suggest that this house was built at the earliest around WW2 and probably closer to 1950 since that car was likely not brand new.
Also, you described the green wood as found in the upstairs or attic, not from the additions you're talking about now which you didn't mention then.
The green from the wood was from me drilling into a support beam in the basement to mount a light, and string some new wiring. Besides, I call it a victorean house because that is the style of the house, and it had gas lighting when I moved in, with some very limited and very old retrofitted electrical wiring.
Plus thats just a picture, I can't say when it was taken, but it wasn't necessarily when the house was built, the house just existed at the time it was taken. I don't have a clue as to when it was built exactly, especially since its foundation was moved, and additions were put on, and the neighboring properties were merged into mine over the years. It makes the history of the place really fuzzy.
Also it definitely was not built in the 1950's, it was abandoned in the 1950s and remained that way until I got it.
If you look closely at the upper part of that picture I posted, you can see a mansion. The guy who built the mansion built my house to stay in while the mansion was being constructed. The mansion completed construction in built in 1859.
>>3722566>a support beam in the basement
Change your story often?
Why would anyone move an old whole house that is already 40-50 years old, on top of a new foundation and a basement in the 1940's-50's when it would be cheaper to build a new house?
All your story tells us is that the house was probably built around WW2 or after, and then whatever happened to it we don't know because we know you're a pathological liar.
>you can see a mansion
I see no such thing.
>>3722566> it had gas lighting when I moved in
Gas lighting was already obsolete in 1920's and if the house was moved to different foundations after 1930's to explain the green wood in the basement as you now claim, it would make no sense to retain the old gas lighting equipment instead of electric light. Moving the house would mean overhauling the entire gas piping anyways, since it would have been compromised in the move, and why would you do that when electric lighting had been a thing for over a decade by that point?
It's true. Wherever there's Steam, there's gaslighting.
>>3722711> Gas lighting was already obsolete in 1920's
Don't forget that in one version Steam told, the house had no electrical wiring at all until he added it, along with a "fuse box," not a circuit breaker panel. Despite the fact that fuses have been obsolete for residential structures for decades.
I doubt it's even possible to get a new fuse box for residential use anymore.
I had to litterally beat the hell out of my pipes to get my fireplaces back on.
Like seriously fuck them up with a hammer.
it wasn't obsolete in the 1860's.
Or what was it the ancient Greeks used, olive oil lamps?
If your house didn't use olive oil lamps then it is merely a modern house not worth any attention.
Let's see some turds coming out of these beautiful shit holes.
All in favor say SCAT