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KiloRomeo 13 points ago +13 / -0

Soy latte most likely. Seems like a missed opportunity not to ask

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Obeisiak 3 points ago +3 / -0

what kind of man wears bracers in his 30s?

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Enlightenment_Now 1 point ago +1 / -0

People who couldn't afford them when they were younger.

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brahbruh 9 points ago +9 / -0

Holy shit this post is the best thing I've read today. I just read it out loud to my wife and I was cracking up starting at the Star Wars part. Prob the first time I've read something from here out loud. I'm telling you man, it truly is Idiocracy. I just hope we've reached the peak already.

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onetimeuser 3 points ago +3 / -0

we're in the first 10 mins of the movie

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brahbruh 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm afraid you're right.

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Mad_King_Kalak 2 points ago +2 / -0

As long as you're not a fan of the Disney sequel trilogy, then in my book it's okay to be a Star Wars fan.

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brahbruh 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, honestly even the episode one, two, three series from 15-20 years ago was decent entertainment.

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csehszlovakze 7 points ago +7 / -0

I asked him about FDIC (I know what it is, but wanted to be sure all of my accounts are insured). He managed to answer these questions satisfactorily.

I asked about CBDC. He'd never heard of it.

I asked about ESG. He'd never heard of it.

I asked about bail ins: Nope.

I asked about ZIRP: Nothing.

How does a bank manager not know about these things?

he probably knows, but he's not (((allowed))) to tell you.

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Questionable 5 points ago +5 / -0

If he knew anything, he would have had canned answers prepared, or at the very least talking points from an overview. The only thing this guy knows how to do is open the front door in the morning.

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HonestTruth 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don't know you from Adam, but you have my vote. I would suggest that if you could actually reach people with your campaign, you would be president before 2024, the job is basically wide open.

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glownigger8675309 4 points ago +4 / -0

Powerz/noyoushutup - '24!!!!!

srsly, tho... having to talk to anyone in retail or public/private/corporate bureaucracies in any way that requires outside-the-box thinking is an absolute lost cause.

having said that, however, when zoomers and millenials in retail decide to make your needs their personal quest? holy shit... they may not be able to find that thing you were looking for or answer a question, but they will totally an hero for you.

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RentFreeCrisisAct 1 point ago +2 / -1

If noyoushotup is going to be president, if i had my druthers, I'd want him to go by his dipshit monacre. 🧐

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RentFreeCrisisAct 0 points ago +1 / -1

Now youre "we?" Ok. Youre a cock to everyone and you think I reported your stupid fucking ass? Hahaha! Go fuck yourself, asswipe!

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RentFreeCrisisAct 0 points ago +1 / -1

I have friends.

I'd be more inclined to believe the 9/11 official story.

Citation needed.

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2016TrumpMAGA 4 points ago +4 / -0

"Bank Manager" started as "Bank Teller." Bank teller used to be a respected, professional position. Now it's for retards. Community College dropouts and women too stupid to waitress. It's retail.

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Mycovidfeelslikeacol 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ask him if xrp will replace swift.

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Mycovidfeelslikeacol 2 points ago +2 / -0

I sometimes ask bank tellers if they are transitioning to a new digital version of swift and I get blank stares.

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FatalConceit 3 points ago +3 / -0

i wouldn't keep too much cash in a bank. I have 2% cash on hand, about 13% in the bank, 25% in Retirement Fund, 20% Shares, 5% blockchain , 35% Real estate

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ImBillCurtis 3 points ago +3 / -0

As I’m sure you have figured out (and I wish I didn’t wait so late in life to figure out), the world does not reward competence, it punishes it. I believe it was some Hitler or Nazi quote about the four types of officers?

The only jobs I’ve excelled in are ones that I’ve legitimately not tried to do my best or put in hard work. I’ve been laid off or had contracts cancelled for trying to improve areas that needed it. The second I uttered the word “recall” in a meeting, i saw reprimands flying left and right and knew the writing was on the wall.

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janglepuss 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, It's a pivotal moment in life when you step back and look at the big picture and realize that most people are completely incompetent and the entire system is just barely holding together.

No one is going to help you. No one can. You are completely and utterly alone.

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monkeycat2010 2 points ago +2 / -0

I completely agree.

I asked the financial manager for my credit union about "Bail-Ins" and whether they affect CUs. He had never heard of a bail in! Can you believe it?

I am no great genius but I had to explain the basic legislation, how the laws had changed etc to this moron. I also asked him about CBDC, the Fed, interest rates etc. He laughed at me when I told him that the Fed was rolling out CBDC in 2023 (after I explained what it was). He literally said "they would not do that". I told him to look it up on the Fed website. Good Lord!

The best this guy could offer me in regard to financial management was how to create a home budget. For crying out loud!

I have to guess we are surrounded by idiots that we just never knew existed. As long as everything runs on autopilot these morons can bumble along as usual.

We created a society that negates natures law of survival of the fittest for a bunch of bumbling fools.

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Helloworld0 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yep. I am trying to get everything that needs people with competence accomplished asap. They are disappearing/retiring/dying off quickly.

I want to have plastic surgery but am worried about nurses jabbing me while unconscious. What do you think? Just to get my consult appointment is next summer so God knows how long the surgery will take to book.

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Helloworld0 2 points ago +2 / -0

Septoplasty, but I would like to make my nose a bit more petite at the same time.

I know 2 people who cured their gallbladder with an old apple juice remedy. The doctors wanted to remove my mom's gallbladder, she was in a lot of pain, but she stuck through the apple juice process and has been ok since. :) https://wellnessmama.com/remedies/liver-gall-bladder-cleanse/ It might not work for everyone but worth a try :)

It takes so long that I would just go to Mexico or something but I'd rather not risk it with facial surgery. 🙏

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HonestTruth 4 points ago +4 / -0

Olive oil and lemon juice worked for me. brutal process.

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KingofAlberta 2 points ago +2 / -0

They have taken the sharp spear that was human intelligence, and dulled the point. Those who have open minds and curiosity are few and far between now. I fear we are in a sea of idiots lads.

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King_of_Crazy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Welcome to the psycho circus!

Get yer 🍿 here...!

Tomorrow's YGL...!

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Primate98 2 points ago +2 / -0

The frustrating aspect is that that guy almost certainly possesses a handful of facts well worth knowing, written nowhere and just picked up casually along the way. The confounding factor is that he almost certainly does not realize their value, even enough to relate them to someone as items of interest.

I picked up a few such facts from long experience with the construction industry. I've only heard one of them ever mentioned publicly. By whom, you ask? Donald Trump, way back in "The Art of the Deal". Make of that what you will.

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jotmarker 1 point ago +2 / -1

How does a bank manager not know about these things?

Because retail banks don't deal with these and it's not the bank manager's job to know these things.

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Medicnz3 1 point ago +1 / -0

I know everything except the zirp, enlighten me please