Rank #730 on CommentsLevel 330 Comments: Practically Famous
OfflineSend mail to DivineInfinity Block DivineInfinity Invite DivineInfinity to be your friend
|Last status update:|| |
|Date Signed Up:||11/14/2010|
|FunnyJunk Career Stats|
|Highest Content Rank:||#1807|
|Highest Comment Rank:||#76|
|Content Thumbs:||5077 total, 5798 , 721|
|Comment Thumbs:||38483 total, 41313 , 2830|
|Content Level Progress:|| 86% (86/100) |
Level 149 Content: Faptastic → Level 150 Content: Faptastic
|Comment Level Progress:|| 65.5% (655/1000) |
Level 330 Comments: Practically Famous → Level 331 Comments: Practically Famous
|Times Content Favorited:||209 times|
|Total Comments Made:||4806|
|Favorite Tags:||clap (2) | first (2) | FJ (2) | for (2) | fuck (2) | Holland (2) | korra (2) | Kuvira (2) | legend (2) | problems (2) | rage (2) | tags (2) | Toph (2) | troll (2) | world (2)|
- Views: 40777No Acta for us
2213 160 Total: +2053
- Views: 34104And there's one time
1454 130 Total: +1324
- Views: 36550Yoghurt
997 81 Total: +916
- Views: 22879Legend of Toph
319 58 Total: +261
- Views: 19993Legend of Toph
279 49 Total: +230
- Views: 8440Seasonal Greetings!
171 45 Total: +126
latest user's comments
|#4 - Some say that the cape is made out of virginity itself... …||8 hours ago on A Magical Cape||0|
|#5 - I was going for "Viking" but I guess both have sex w… [+] (1 new reply)||13 hours ago on Happy Birthday!||+9|
|#34 - have a gopnik award||16 hours ago on All sneaky beaky like||+37|
|#48 - Apparantly i'm some banter behind. Japanese moms grooming their sons? [+] (5 new replies)||16 hours ago on Japanese Anon Tells a Story||0|
#74 - anon (12 hours ago) [-]
Not really social banter, but a tongue-and-cheek joke given what weebs think Japan is like. They read too much hentai, which has themes like incest, so they think Japan is like that.
#72 - anon (12 hours ago) [-]
Of course its not true. We all read too much Hentai.
#75 - anon (12 hours ago) [-]
My apologies. Its so strange now, hentai used to be a small thing, but now its one of the most searched porn genres (landing at number 8).
|#8 - Have a gopnik award boris would approve||06/27/2016 on Bacon And Cheese Stuffed Boxty||+3|
|#5 - give more info pls? or does that risk execution?||06/27/2016 on the only 1star rated...||+23|
|#12 - >pull him up >cash reward >go back to britain… [+] (7 new replies)||06/27/2016 on /pol/ helps the Don||+27|
#140 - masanori (21 hours ago) [-]
#142 - guillem (20 hours ago) [-]
I didn't say you're absolutely making it up, I'm just stating a fact, which is the impossibility to foresee what will happen in the future with the Pound. There is no way to predict, only speculation. Yes, that speculation may be built upon objective factors, but it is still speculating.
#145 - masanori (20 hours ago) [-]
Oh, well yeah, of course. It's just some speculations are better than others. I could be totally wrong, but I'm almost 100% certain we'll see it recover soon. This crash was caused by a sudden fear of the uncertain. Think about it: if the referendum's outcome had been uncertain leading up to the vote, we would have seen a pronounced dip before as investors and business owners became uneasy. Instead it stayed pretty much the same because it seemed like a sure thing Remain would win. Remain isn't necessarily better for the economy, but at least everyone knew what to expect. People like sure things; especially investor type people. When Brexit pulled off an unexpected win, it threw everyone and we saw a huge crash in the value of the UK's entire market almost instantly. Brexit won't necessarily be bad for the economy, but it could be. No one knows what to expect and freaked out. I think as the initial shock of an unexpected result fades, we'll see the market--and therefore the pound--normalize.
I was going to delete this next part because I rewrote my comment and this part is no longer necessary, but fuck I love to brag.
I trade penny stocks, one of the most volatile and unpredictable markets there is. Many investors don't even bother with them because they're high energy, high maintenance, high risk trades. I have a success rate of about 90% with them with negligible losses on the failures because I knew it was time to get out. I learn about the company, the business they're in and the related factors, the general state of the total market, watch for news on any of these things, check out the full chart, and then watch how the chart rises and falls for a while to get a feel for it. Heck, I watched one do almost nothing for months, then somehow knew to buy. By the next day it had doubled in value. Knew it was time to get out and sold it an hour before it crashed. I traded another four times in a week and a half, all for 70% or more profits and twice for 100% profit or more. Each time I hit near bottom and near peak (if you wait until after it starts to go back up, you won't be able to buy any, so you miss your buy in. Buy too soon and you have to ride it down, and because you started out high on the chart you lose possible profit. Sell too early and you miss out on profit. Sell too late and no one will be buying anymore and you get to crash with it and lose money, not just potential profit).
I can't really tell you how, I just know when not to wait anymore. It's a feel you develop by understanding that stock's entire market, then applying that knowledge to the chart shifts over time and getting a feel for how it is traded and fluctuates. I've been learning about Britain for months now (on top of the general knowledge I already had), and when my "buy now" light goes off and every other investment savvy friend I have wants to buy, it's time to buy.
|#28 - my orchard and tree comparison might be a bit ambiguous. Remov… [+] (1 new reply)||06/27/2016 on Anon has a point||0|
#29 - slyblade (06/27/2016) [-]
Sorry my example put Islam as the tree and Muslims as the fruit, from my perspective, having read the Quran and the accompanying documents, admittedly many years ago now.
Came to the conclusion that Islam is fundamentally rotten, The old testament was the same however the New testament almost entirely scrubs it out.
Islam has not gone through a similar process yet. And So my example was saving Muslims from the rotten tree and having them regrow the tree in my mind would fix a lot of the problems.
This isn't true, the Islamic and therefore some of the most religious countries in the world are also some of the richest. However I agree with the rest of the statement.
I agree with this as well. It is also quite possibly the reason that Islam hasn't been reformed because they hold it above everything, to the point that they tolerate extremists and... More aggressive Muslims in order to Worship their faith how they see fit. Such as in the illegal Sharia courts in England etc etc.
I also agree with this. But to add Isis is not the only problem, the mainstream Muslim world practice what would be considered barbaric practices over here. Which naturally causes friction between our 'two worlds'.
|#24 - if you want my source:||06/27/2016 on Anon has a point||0|
|#21 - that was a typo indeed. I meant there are [+] (2 new replies)||06/27/2016 on Anon has a point||0|
#24 - DivineInfinity (06/27/2016) [-]
if you want my source: www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2015/03/what-isis-really-wants/384980/