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As a long-time contributor to this sub, I know we love nothing more than discussing our degeneracy. If nothing else, hearing such stories makes you realise there are other people out there who have lived similar experiences to you. Stories of epic failure provide a sense of comfort. Stories of unexpected triumphs provide a feeling of hope.
The following bets - and the circumstances surrounding each - were not necessarily story-worthy. However, there were a number of intricate details which I felt were worth highlighting. Aside from the statistical rollercoaster than one experiences throughout a game (i.e. going from "how can this lose?" to "this bet is over"), there are other factors which can have significant ramifications for one's betting endeavours.
This is where the factor of timing comes into play. How often have you bet on something purely due to the fact that the game was starting shortly? It could either be a straight wager on the game. Or, you might have decided to add the short-priced "lock" to boost your odds. How often has this then come back to bite you? Or conversely, this random event - where your betting urge coincided with the scheduled timing of this event taking place - results in a recuperation of losses from previous games that you "studied" prior to placing your losing wagers?
Without further ado, this is my story. It is but a speck in the ocean that is my entire betting career. But it was a Sunday night full of swings, sweats and... well I won't spoil the ending.
As you read this, I want you to keep the headline in mind. Specifically, the words timing, luck and degeneracy.
It's early on a Sunday evening in Melbourne, Australia. Approximately 6PM to be exact. We are currently under the world's strictest COVID lockdown. We have an 8PM curfew, and I was keen to get in a 1 hour walk before returning home to make dinner. Now typically - as I had already walked my dog several hours earlier - I would not go for another on my own. But for some reason, I just had an urge to get some fresh air. Here is the first element in play: timing. At 6:10PM, an AFL (Australian Football) was scheduled to begin. As I begin my walk, I inevitably flick through my preferred bookmaker's iPhone app and this game catches my eye. Part of me says "don't bet it". The other part of me curb-stomps that voice in my head and says "don't be a pussy". Now on another note, I placed a daily deposit limit of $3000 on my account. To some, that is insanely big. I generally bet $1000 or so, and so this stops me from stupidly chasing the day's losses. Here is where another element peaks it's head: luck. I had deposited $1750 that day. Had I reached my limit, the following events would only have existed in a parallel universe. But as luck would have it, I had $1250 to play with. So I said 'fuck it' and made the deposit. It's about 6:05PM now and I don't have much time. I sift through the markets on offer and decide it's best to play a Same Game Multi (parlaying multiple events from the same game). With not much time left to make a decision, I quickly check the weather forecast in Gold Coast (where this game is taking place) and note that there is meant to be rain in the second half. (Spoiler: there was no rain in the second half). As this sport is played outdoors, this would favour the unders. So I come up with a bet that looks like this:
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A bet of $1250 would pay $5125.

I was ready to place the bet. The problem? The match was only seconds from beginning.
The time stamp on when the bet was accepted:
18:09:55
I made it by 5 measly seconds.

Ok, so game begins rather uneventfully. Now it's worth noting for those who aren't familiar with AFL that you can score by 1's and 6's. It's late in the first quarter and the total is sitting at 22 points. Needing over 23.5, I'm in desperate need of a goal. The whole bet is about to come crashing down without it. With only seconds remaining a player marks the ball from a score-able position. The siren sounds. Now in AFL, if a mark is taken before the siren ("buzzer"), the player may take their kick. As luck would have it, this legend kicks it right through the middle of the goal posts, and the first quarter score ends on 28. We live on!
Second quarter ends, and the combined total is 52 points. Again, we survive the over 48.5 by less than a full goal! (But this one cleared with a handful of minutes left to play, so there was no sweat involved).
I'l wrap up the remainder of the game fairly quickly, as it is rather uneventful. The final score is 47-49, so the total under 125.5 hits easily, the +34.5 and margin 1-39 hit comfortably, and both players rack up well over their required disposals. Fantastic. My account hits $5125.
By this stage, some would be satisfied. I wasn't. I was out for blood.
The smart move would have been to withdraw, say, $4000. Play with the remaining $1125 (house money), and lock in a profit. But what's the fun in that?
I scroll through the upcoming events and see that there is a Chinese Super League (soccer) match starting in a few hours. This isn't the first example of degeneracy in this story, but it's probably the biggest.
So what do I do? Another Same Game Multi of course. And how much do I bet on it? $5125 of course.
The bet:
ODDS: 1.95
A bet of $5125 would pay $9993.75

Here's where the rollercoaster of events begins.
5 minutes in, we have our first corner.
13 minutes in, we have our second.
Corners are looking good.
Fast forward to half time and Beijing are leading 2-0.
Remember, they had already accumulated 2 corners 13 minutes into the match. 32 minutes without a single corner!
The live odds for over 7.5 were now over 3.00, and I was losing hope.
The second half begins and approximately 10 minutes passes without a corner. I'm fucked.
The next 15 minutes feels like God (aka Bob from NBA Daily Discussion) had blessed me. A flurry of corners results in an 8th corner before the 70th minute mark!
What looked like a total sweat, turned into the easiest of victories. Or so I thought...
The final leg: Beijing or draw - who by the way, were 1.50 favourites to win the match - were still up 2-0. One book had the opposing team at 81.00 odds to win from here. But you guys can guess what happened next.
Wuhan goal!
I'm still leading 2-1. My brain: "it's all good man, you still have a 1 goal buffer".
Barely a few minutes later...
Wuhan goal!
It's now 2-2. My brain: "it's cool, you just need a draw, you're still likely to win this".
Including the 6 minutes of added time, I have to sit through approximately 20 excruciating minutes of soccer, with just under $10k on the line.
Luckily, Beijing did 75% of the attacking. Wuhan did have a few minor chances, but nothing that made the heart sink.
The referee blew the full-time whistle, and I slowly unclenched my ass cheeks.
I waited to see my account balance, just to make sure all was kosher. (You know, we've all been there, when we thought we bet on a certain team, but because their names are all Chinese, you actually bet on the wrong Beijing or something like that).
My balance appeared at $9,993.75.
It was time to call it a night.
I reflected on the past 6 or so hours that I had just been through, and the 3 things that kept popping up in my mind again were timing, luck and degeneracy.
P.S.
Sorry to all the Djokovic and Heat backers. Brutal. Especially Djokovic. I'd say that's a once-in-a-career circumstance, but I think that would be understating how unlikely it is that the best player in the world get's DQ'd because he inadvertently hit a ball into an official's neck out of frustration.
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Regardless, I figured I’d go for the Porsche 959 because it was mildly cheap to upgrade and I wouldn’t mind having a new D class car. I won it and maxed it out, but never PRO’ed it for whatever reason. Then I set my eye on something completely out of reach. The TRION NEMESIS, or something close to that level. I began absolutely grinding on season 9. The Mercedes Benz Silver Lightning, that I maxed and almost PRO’ed, gave me around 4,800 credits in 50 seconds or less on Dubai Reverse. Needless to say, I live and breathe that track now. I never really got bored of grinding, surprisingly, as I always tried to set a new PB on the track. I continued to play every event and some multiplayer in addition to my grinding. Also, I played on Mobile, so I usually just did it during car rides to my grandparents’ house, any sports, and even some long car rides to different states. I eventually reached 1,000,000 credits. It was super cool to me that I made it that far, despite still having a long way to go. I made it a little bit further after that, and then kinda just stopped playing the game. It was probably around summer of 2018. I forget why I stopped. I probably just got some new game on my phone, and that occupied more of my time than Asphalt 8. I think the Nintendo Switch had just come out as well, so I played some Super Mario Odyssey, and an absolute TON of Splatoon 2. I had played a lot of its predecessor on the Wii U and loved both games, but I’m going a bit off-topic here. I never really touched the game until spring of 2019. I had just joined my first club soccer team, and the car ride was 45 minutes one-way. I wanted to go back and look at my offloaded apps to see if I had any good ones (I didn’t delete any of my favorite games, even if I didn’t play them anymore, just because I wanted to keep all of my progress. I offloaded them so that they wouldn’t take up too much space). I found Asphalt 8, and was astonished that I had forgotten about the game. I picked it up again, and continued my grind. I bought the Donkervoort (D) and tried to grind back what I spent. I did, and then put the game down for another year. At whatever point Asphalt 9 came out (I forget when so I’m just putting it in here), I tried it. It was a great game. Just kidding, I deleted it almost immediately. I took about a year break. I got an iPhone 7 on my birthday in October, so that was cool. Fast forward to March 13, 2020. Quarantine started, so I began to play all my old console games as well as some new ones. I never went anywhere so I didn’t use my phone for any offline games to play in the car. I played Mariokart, did schoolwork, played Clash Royale, and watched YouTube. That was pretty much all I did from March to mid-June. In mid-June, I had a lot more time on my hands because school ended. So what did I do? Pretty much nothing different yet. Time went on, and I still didn’t have many long car rides. However, I figured I’d pick the game back up when I started to go to my grandparents’ house to swim again. I un-offloaded it, and logged on. I had to update it AT LEAST 6 times for some reason, but I finally got it. The first thing I did was look in the garage to see all the new vehicles. Turns out, all the new vehicles were limited time, and the garage must’ve blown up. ALL OF MY CARS CHANGED THEIR CLASSES ON ME! I was disappointed, to say the least. Everything was perfect, and then the game got ruined. The prices of everything were multiplied by a billion, and the entire S-class was unrealistically pricy. I had SO MANY blueprints, and was about to unlock some really good cars. I check those, and you know what I found? I bet you do. NOTHING. I kinda just accept these things, and move on. I go to career and see that there’s a bunch of new events. I like how they made some new ones; it gave me something to do. I beat it, and kinda wanted to start up my grind. I went to my Mercedes race, completed it, and only got 834 credits. I was severely confused so I looked up if they changed anything and it came up that they changed grinding credits to non-existent. This was pretty upsetting, considering that everything is so much more expensive, and you can’t even get money anymore. So I turned to multiplayer. I was doing extremely well, and finally reached Pro with barely any time left in the season because I joined halfway through. I was pretty proud, and excited to make it to Champion next season and get an elite car. And then next season showed up, and I cried. Not actually, but I see that I’m not the only person disappointed about this. Although I’m assuming that the Rimac Concept S is good, so I looked on Reddit to see if there was a page where I could ask for free multiplayer wins, and here we are now.
MY OVERALL OPINION OF THE GAME: this game is a great way to pass time, and is really fun. The prices WERE fair, and it was super rewarding to get up to your goal. It was easy to get money, and it was a solid game. Still a little bit pay-to-win in a multiplayer and online sense, but I didn’t really care too much. RECENTLY, the game has certainly gone downhill. Too expensive, completely pay-to-win. The multiplayer is still fun, especially when I’m destroying people that only own 6 cars lmao. Fusion coins are pretty dumb, and R&D is and always has been incredibly hard. The events are SOLID. Don’t change anything about them, just give me more of them. I’m still trying to be active until the game inevitably shuts down. I don’t know if it’s possible to add people as friends, but if so, my username is Qwerty724427 (my gamecenter username). My top 5 favorite cars that I own (not in order) include Pagani Zonda R, McLaren MP4/8, Mercedes Benz Silver Lightning, Donkervoort (I forget the rest), and Mercedes Benz Biome. I own 80 cars as of today, 7-27-20. Also, if anyone is willing to throw for me in multiplayer, hmu ;) thanks for reading, and have a great day!
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Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead. I read this and thought it interesting. Enjoy from SeekingAlpha

Nike (NYSE:NKE) will headline a light roster of earnings reports in the week ahead, while Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) WWDC event sets the stage for the company's launch of the first 5G iPhones later this year. On the economic front, reports on existing home sales, jobless claims, consumer spending and a Q1 GDP revision will be the headliners. Fed heads are out in force next week, with virtual speeches on the docket for Raphael Bostic, James Bullard and Charles Evans. In a sign of normalcy, Ford (NYSE:F) and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (NYSE:FCAU) are expected to return to pre-pandemic production levels at U.S. plants, while results of Fed stress tests on major banks will be announced on June 25.
Earnings spotlight: IHS Market (NYSE:INFO) on June 23; BlackBerry (NYSE:BB), KB Home (NYSE:KBH) and National Beverage (NASDAQ:FIZZ) on June 24; Nike (NKE), Darden Restaurants (NYSE:DRI), Accenture (NYSE:ACN) and Rite Aid (NYSE:RAD) on June 25.
IPO watch: U.S. grocery store operator Albertsons (ACI) is expected to price its IPO next week and begin to trade. The company could have a valuation of over $10B if the IPO prices at the midpoint of the expected range of $18 to $20 range. Albertsons, which is looking to raise as much as $2B, is one of the grocery chains seeing a sales boom in business during the coronavirus pandemic. Stakeholders Kimco Realty (NYSE:KIM) and Cerberus Capital are both selling off shares in the offering. No other IPOs are due to price during the week.
M&A tidbits: The walk date for the Caesars Entertainment (NASDAQ:CZR)-Eldorado Resorts (NASDAQ:ERI) merger arrives on June 24, although no surprises are anticipated. Shareholders vote on the Provident Financial (NYSE:PFS)-SB One Bancorp (NASDAQ:SBBX) deal on June 25. On the same date, Delphi Technologies (NYSE:DLPH) shareholders vote on the merger with BorgWarner (NYSE:BWA). It is almost a lock that there will be some more drama in the Taubman Centers (NYSE:TCO)-Simon Property (NYSE:SPG) duel.
Projected dividend changes (quarterly): Kroger (NYSE:KR) to $0.17 from $0.16, John Wiley (NYSE:JW.A) to $0.35 from $0.34, Saul Centers (NYSE:BFS) to $0.27 from $0.53.
Spotlight on Nike: Nike will post its FQ4 report with more uncertainty in the air than almost any time before due to the lack of formal guidance from the company. The two biggest pullouts from the report are likely to be the pace of recovery in China and the momentum of the e-commerce business. Nike is one of the companies seen by Wall Street as in a strong position on the other side of the pandemic. "We see Nike as favorably positioned for both secular fitness/casualization trends and industry structural changes that benefit those with strong direct engagement with consumers," notes bullish-leaning Wells Fargo ahead of the print. Stocks that quite often move right along with Nike on earnings day include Foot Locker (NYSE:FL), adidas (OTCQX:ADDYY), Under Armour (NYSE:UAA) and Dick's Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS).
WWDC: Apple will hold its annual developers conference on June 22-26 in a virtual format this year. Apple is expected to announce its ARM-based Macs as the company advances its control of chips and architecture away from Intel (NASDAQ:INTC). Enhancements with iOS14, tvOS 14 and watchOS 7 are also anticipated, along with new products/R&D initiatives on the AR headset and wearables/AirPods front. Tim Cook will give the keynote presentation on June 22 at 10:00 Pacific time in what is likely to be his last presentation before the annual September iPhone reveal event.
Healthcare watch: Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE:BMY) has an investor series presentation next week covering its early pipeline/immuno-oncology on June 22 and hematology on June 25. PDUFA dates arrive for Karyopharm Therapeutics' (NASDAQ:KPTI) Xpovio on June 23, Zogenix's (NASDAQ:ZGNX) Fintepla on June 25 and Heron Therapeutics' (NASDAQ:HRTX) HTX-011 on June 26. The big event of the week in the sector is the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Virtual Annual Meeting II running from June 22-24. A large number of potentially market-moving posters and abstracts are due to be released, as well as special sessions on COVID-19 and cancer research. Some of the notable companies due to present include Gilead Sciences (NASDAQ:GILD), AstraZeneca (NYSE:AZN), Phio Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:PHIO), Exicure (NASDAQ:OTC:XCUR), Xencor (NASDAQ:XNCR), ESSA Pharma (NASDAQ:EPIX), ImmunoGen (NASDAQ:IMGN), Molecular Templates (NASDAQ:MTEM), Guardant Health (NASDAQ:GH), CRISPR Therapeutics (NASDAQ:CRSP), Jounce Therapeutics (NASDAQ:JNCE), GlycoMimetics (NASDAQ:GLYC), Seattle Genetics (NASDAQ:SGEN), Provectus Therapeutics (OTC:PVCT), ORIC Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:ORIC), Sanofi (NASDAQ:SNY), aTyr Pharma (NASDAQ:LIFE), TG Therapeutics (NASDAQ:TGTX) and Neoleukin Therapeutics (NASDAQ:NLTX).
Bank tests: The Federal Reserve will release results of the annual bank stress tests on June 25. Fed Vice Chair Randal Quarles noted that the test this year includes running banks up against three possible economic trajectories of varying severity to see how they perform due to the unprecedented uncertainty about the pandemic. The test will see how banks perform against a rapid V-shaped recovery, a slower U-shaped recovery and a rough W-shaped recovery. The test results could factor in to dividend decisions down the road for Bank of America (NYSE:BAC), Citigroup (NYSE:C), Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) and JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM), while Capital One (NYSE:COF) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) are seen being pushed under the scenarios. Traders are making plays based on the results, with a notable amount of bullish options bets being placed on Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC). Some other bank names to watch when the results roll out are PNC Financial (NYSE:PNC), Truist (NYSE:TFC), Regions Financial (NYSE:RF), Ally Financial (NYSE:ALLY), HSBC North America (NYSE:HSBC), UBS (NYSE:UBS), Credit Suisse (NYSE:CS), Barclays (NYSE:BCS), Bank of New York Mellon (NYSE:BK) and Huntington Bancshares (NASDAQ:HBAN).
Analyst meetings and business updates: Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA) will host a fireside chat for the investor community with members of its management team on June 22. The impact of some of the games introduced at EA Play Live 2020 will be discussed. Hewlett Packard Enterprises (NYSE:HPE) is launching the first-ever HPE Discover Virtual Experience on June 23 to showcase the company's pivot to an edge-to-cloud platform-as-a-service company. In the transportation sector, Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU) is participating in a Q&A webcast with Cowen on June 23. Also on June 23, Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) has an investor call with Morgan Stanley scheduled. Meanwhile, Sanofi is holding a virtual R&D day event on June 23. Bristol-Myers Squibb has an investor event covering immunology and cardiovascular on June 26.
Conferences rundown: The timing looks spot on for the Jefferies Virtual Consumer Conference on June 23-24 with the pandemic shifting shopping habits in the U.S. Companies due to present include Hasbro (NASDAQ:HAS), Planet Fitness (NYSE:PLNT), Nu Skin (NYSE:NUS), Freshpet (NYSE:FPT), Murphy USA (NYSE:MUSA), Sysco (NYSE:SYY), Hostess Brands (NASDAQ:TWNK), Shack Shack (NYSE:SHAK) and Jack in the Box (NASDAQ:JACK). In the healthcare sector, the BMO 2020 Prescriptions for Success Healthcare Conference features virtual presentations by Humana (NYSE:HUM), Halozyme (NASDAQ:HALO), Horizon Therapeutics (NASDAQ:HZNP), Apellis Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:APLS), Amgen (NASDAQ:AMGN) and Replimune (NASDAQ:REPL) on June 23. Other conferences of note include the SVB Leerink CybeRx Series CNS Forum, BMO Chemicals & Packaging Conference, Wells Fargo Bricks to Clicks Digital Conference, Goldman Sachs Leveraged Finance Conference and the Morgan Stanley Zero Trust Architectures Virtual Thematic Conference. On the smaller side of the conference schedule, the mining and metals sectors will be in focus, with John Tumazos Very Independent Research virtual meetings set for June 23-24 on Wheaton Precious Metals (NYSE:WPM), Western Copper and Gold (NYSEMKT:WRN), KORE Mining (OTCQB:KOREF), Amarillo Gold (OTCQB:AGCBF), Sierra Metals (NYSEMKT:SMTS), Foran Mining (OTC:FMCXF), Wolfden Resources (OTC:WLFFF), Trilogy Metals (NYSEMKT:TMQ) and Adventus Mining (OTCQX:ADVZF).
Ford F-150: Ford has a digital reveal event for the all-new F-150 set for June 25. The Ford team is expected to describe innovative features of the all-new F-150, including the new electrical architecture, a flat-lying passenger sleeper seat and over-the-air updates to key modules controlling vehicle performance and user experiences. The new truck is seen as a critical part of Ford's plan to slash $5B in warranty costs and push the automaker's vehicle connectivity platform. As a profit generator, the F-150 launch later this year will also help restore the company's balance sheet. The all-new Ford F-150 will be discussed by execs in detail during a June 26 conference call with Citi Research.
Deurbanization trade: Expect more talk from analysts next week about which sectors and stocks could benefit if the mega-trend of people and businesses moving out of downtowns of major cities becomes a reality. Jefferies got the ball rolling last week by singling out Home Depot (NYSE:HD), Lowe's (NYSE:LOW), Best Buy (NYSE:BBY), Floor & Decor (NYSE:FND), At Home (NYSE:HOME), Williams-Sonoma (NYSE:WSM) and Wayfair (NYSE:W) as retailers that could gain from an uptick in suburban living and more spending on houses than metropolitan apartments. One of the bigger pure plays is Tractor Supply (NASDAQ:TSCO), which has racked up a 64% gain over the last 90 days.
RVs: Keep an eye on the RV sector with May shipment numbers due out from the RV Industry Association. Demand is expected to be on the rebound after RV shipments fell 82% in April. Looking ahead, there is a difference in opinion on Wall Street on the outlook for Winnebago (NYSE:WGO), Thor Industries (NYSE:THO), Patrick Industries (NASDAQ:PATK), LCI Industries (NYSE:LCII) and Camping World Holdings (NYSE:CWH). Some firms like SunTrust Robinson Humphrey expect a RV boom as consumers gravitate toward safer vacations, while Bank of America has warned that the high rate of unemployment and salary cuts could keep discretionary spending in check.
Sports betting: Time is running out for the California Assembly to pass legislation on sports betting to move the issue to the November ballot. The bill has to pass through the legislature before June 25 to become an election issue. Why is it a big deal? California is forecast to have the potential for a +$30B sports betting market through sports books placed at tribal casinos, horse racing tracks and satellite wagering facilities. "California could easily become one of the most productive sports-betting markets in the world," observes gaming analyst Chris Grove. Tax revenue from sports betting would also help the Golden State with its budget issues amid the pandemic and economic downturn. Stocks of interest in relations to how sports betting in California plays out include DraftKings (NASDAQ:DKNG), William Hill (OTCPK:WIMHF), MGM Resorts (NYSE:MGM), Caesars Entertainment, Fanduel (DUEL), Red Rock Resorts (NASDAQ:RRR), Boyd Gaming (NYSE:BYD) and Wynn Resorts (NASDAQ:WYNN).
Casinos: The Nevada Gaming Commission is meeting on June 25 to likely approve amendments to state regulations that would streamline the process for moving to modern payment methods. The casino industry in general wants to quickly adopt cashless payment transactions on the casino floor due to the risk of handling cash during the coronavirus outbreak. The casino reset could have implications for Visa (NYSE:V), Mastercard (NYSE:MA) and American Express (NYSE:AXP), as well as financial apps from Apple (AAPL), Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) (NASDAQ:GOOG) and PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL). Casino operators like MGM Resorts, Wynn Resorts, Caesars Entertainment and Penn National Gaming (NASDAQ:PENN) would also welcome the change.
What's not playing: Warner Bros.'s (NYSE:T) feature animated film Scoob! will stream on HBO Max on June 26 after running in a premium video on-demand window. The children's picture was first scheduled for theaters on May 15 before opting for a 48-hour rental PVOD period price of U.S. $19.99. While Scoob! didn't make quite the splash that Trolls World Tour did in the spring when it nabbed $100M in digital sales over three weeks, it's another incremental step away from the traditional studio release format for major studios like Sony (NYSE:SNE), Universal Pictures (NASDAQ:CMCSA) and Disney (NYSE:DIS). As for theater chains, auditoriums are likely to operate at 25% to 50% capacity as AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC), Cinemark (NYSE:CNK), IMAX (NASDAQ:IMAC), Marcus Entertainment (NYSE:MCS) and Reading International (NASDAQ:RDI) open back up this summer.
Notable annual meetings: Companies with virtual annual meetings set next week include Ollie's Bargain Outlet Holdings (NASDAQ:OLLI) on June 22, Dave & Buster's Entertainment (NASDAQ:PLAY) on June 23, Keurig Dr Pepper (NYSE:KDP) on June 24, At Home Group and Tailored Brands (NYSE:TLRD) on June 25.
Barron's mentions: The publication digs out four industrial companies whose stocks are called compelling. Midsize manufacturers RBC Bearings (NASDAQ:ROLL) and Wabtec (NYSE:WAB) join large-caps Emerson Electric (NYSE:EMR) and Ametek (NYSE:AME) on the short list of economy recovery picks. Of the four, Wabtec trades with the lowest forward PE ratio at 14.2. Brunswick (NYSE:BC) is also singled out this week as an advantageous product-mix shift and rising boat demand are seen helping to drive shares higher. Most of Brunswick's profit is derived from the high-margin Mercury engine business. The rally in tech names hasn't encapsulated the entire sector. Attractive names still trading at less than 4X sales include Western Digital (NASDAQ:WDC), CACI International (NYSE:CACI), Leidos Holdings (NYSE:LDOS), Seagate Technology (NASDAQ:STX), Amdocs (NASDAQ:DOX), Ciena (NYSE:CIEN), Accenture, MKS Instruments (NASDAQ:MKSI), Intel and F5 Networks (NASDAQ:FFIV). The cover story this week hits on the rising inequality issue in the U.S., noting that it can be a breeding ground for all kinds of concerning things for the market like secular stagnation.
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Download APK Online For Android Full Free 2021 Best Apk Downloading Site

ApkNess: Download APK Online For Android

This site provides you all kinds of application software for android users in online.

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Popcorn Time is an excellent tool to watch the latest pieces of media in HD. If you want, you can also view every movie with subtitles, if needed. Everyone likes to watch a good movie at home from time to time, and if you are one of these people, you need to find the right working application to watch the films and the TV shows you like.
All of the great movies you want to watch are shown in this tool, and you can watch as many movies as you want because it doesn’t have any restriction.
To use it, you only need a good internet connection, and if you have that, you can watch your movies in HD with subtitles. Popcorn Time Apk Free Download is continuously improving, and one of the recent updates is that you can add your subtitle directly on the player and after you do so, the subtitle appears.
After you start this application, you can see that it is self-explanatory and it is easy to understand what it does and how to play the movie you want.
Latest version:
6.2.1
File name:
PopcornTime-latest.exe
MD5 checksum:
A0F8D00DDF6BAAF1BCB9D7023D803498
File size:
55.1 MB
License:
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Supported OS
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Author:
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Kodi Download: APK for Android, iOS, iPhone App & PC Software

Have you been searching for a media player that does all the heavy-lifting and all you have to do is sit back and enjoy? Then this is probably the best place that you could hope to find such an application without searching much. Today, we will talk about Kodi Download App APK for Android, iOS, PC.
Kodi is one such app that can be considered as an all-rounder as a media streaming app. You can watch Movies, TV Shows, listen to music, podcasts, and view images using the app. These are just a few of the features you could get from Kodi Download App.
Kodi is available for most of the operating systems in the market. You can Install Kodi Download file on Android, iOS, Windows, Mac OS just to name a few. The installation processes are rather easy and you can check them out in the upcoming sections of this article.

Kodi Download for Android

As I have told you earlier, you can get Kodi for Android just as easily as you can get any other app on your Android App. Moreover, there are more than one methods to install the app on Android. We will discuss both of them in this part of the post and you can opt for either of them depending upon your situation.
The good news is that Kodi App is available on the Google Play Store which is more or less the best place to get Android Apps and games. More good new is that it is free to download and use. Let’s see how you can get the app on Android.
This was the simple yet easy method of Kodi for Android Download through the Google Play Store. We also have an alternate method that will get you the same version of the app but in a different way.

Kodi APK Download [Latest version]

If you are unlucky enough, then Google Play will give you some trouble while downloading apps. Sometimes it will be server errors and other it will be insufficient storage. So, at the end of the day, you won’t be able to Kodi Download for Android. If that situation ever arises with you, then you shouldn’t be left without a solution.
And there couldn’t be any better solution than this method here. Before getting into the nitty-gritty of the Kodi APK method, make sure that you have the Unknown Sources option enabled. You can get it down from Settings> Security. Although this setting differs in devices, this is the most common one.
APK Description
Details
Latest version:
17.1 “Krypton”
Requirement:
Android 5.0+
Developers:
XBMC Foundation
File size:
85.0MB
This is needed to allow the installation of apps from sources other than Google Play. Now, follow the steps to complete the download process.
Kodi Download APK file
This will complete the process and install Kodi App on your Android smartphone. The only thing that you have to keep in mind is the architecture of your phone’s processor. They are of two kinds: ARM and x86. So, you have to download the APK file accordingly.

Install Kodi App for iOS, iPhone, iPad

As we have mentioned earlier, Kodi Download is also available for the iOS platform. So, the iOS users won’t be left behind on using this great app like they are in the case of so many apps. Aside from that, there are two methods to install Kodi on iOS. None of them involves iTunes App Store because Kodi Download isn’t available on there.
One is for jailbreak phones and the other one is for the non-jailbreak ones. But in this post, we are only going to focus on the non-jailbreak method. It is a good thing that you don’t have to jailbreak your iPhone and put it in jeopardy just to use an app.
There are a few pre-requisites that you need to have to be able to carry out this method. They are;
After you have the above things, then only can you go ahead with this method. Install Xcode and iOS App Signer on your Mac and follow the steps to install the App on iOS devices.
This will prompt Xcode to install the Kodi IPA file on your iPhone or whichever iOS device you have connected to the Mac. After the process in Xcode is over, disconnect your iOS device. Unlock it and you will find the freshly installed Kodi App and you can now use it without jailbreak.

Kodi for PC Windows 10/8.1/8/7 & Mac

Kodi App is also available for the Windows platform if you don’t know already. You can either get it from the Windows App Store or from the official website. The catch in getting the app from the Windows Store is that you can only download Kodi for Windows 8 and above.
So the users with Windows XP, 7 or others would have to rely on the official website of Kodi. We will discuss both the methods in brief so as to give you a better idea.
  1. Windows Store method
  1. Setup file download
So, these were the two ways in which you can install the app on your Windows PC. Note that the second method also works for all the versions of Windows but the first one only works on versions 8 and above. You can go either one of them because both of them work perfectly fine.
Kodi App: About & Features
There are a lot of things that you could do once you have the app with you. Kodi App allows you to do so many things as a media player. It has all the features of a standard media player and then some more features that you wouldn’t get in any other media player.
It is not only a media player, but it can also keep you updated on weather info, you can listen to the radio on it, podcasts, and even live TV. Let’s have a look at what else you can do with the app.
These were almost all of the features that are available with the Kodi App and they are all the same on all of the platforms. Pick up any platform and you will see that the app is almost identical in each and every one of them. I bet that you would not find this many features in any other media player app.
This brings us to the end of our discussion on Kodi App Download APK for Android, iOS, PC. And as you can see that we have explained the Kodi Download methods for Android, iOS, and Windows platforms. You can send us your feedback at Kodi App.

What is Cyberflix TV?

CyberFlix TV for Android phones and tablets offers us a huge catalog of TV series episodes and hundreds of movies to watch online for free via streaming
After the closing of Terrarium TV, there are 100’s of streaming app released but the only app which is closed to terrarium or even better than terrarium app is CyberFlix TV. It offers huge collection of TV Shows and Movies on the App in extremely high speed server.
CyberFlix TV is 100% safe and secure, also the app doesn’t have any ads so that you can enjoy the movie without annoying ads which distract the viewers and kills the user experience.
Features of Cyberflix TV APK
CyberFlix TV provides frequent updates as the team of the app are dedicated to provide the best user experience.
All Movies and TV shows are in HD resolution
CyberFlix TV has inbuilt Media player to provide better viewing experience such as MX Player, CyberPlay, VLC etc
There is no ads in the app
Subtitle available for more than 220 Languages
How to Download and Install CyberFlix TV in your Android Device?
  1. First Download the APK File by clicking here
  2. Now, navigate to the Android settings and tap the Security Option and search for “Unknown Sources” setting. By turning on the Unknown sources, your Android device will allow this third party application to get downloaded and install the APK without any difficulties.
  3. Once you turned on the Unknown Source setting, you can start the installation process.
  4. Once the installation process is completed, you need to get back to the home screen of your device and tap to open. Now, the application will be opened on your Android device and you are now ready to access it in order to choose any of the videos to watch in different categories without paying a single penny.
How to Download and Install CyberFlix TV on FireStick?
We have a dedicated tutorial on how to install CyberFlix TV on Firestick, Please click here
If you haven't got enough money to pay a subscription to Netflix, HBO or any other on-demand online TV service or you simply can't be bothered about doing so, there are plenty of free alternatives out there. One of them is CyberFlix TV, a platform that offers us contents including hundreds of movies and TV series totally free of charge.
Yet another free alternative to paid movies and series services
This streaming app to watch movies and series workly similarly to other pirate Android applications of the same style, as of the likes of Stremio or Popcorn Time. In other words, we can access (without needing to sign up as users) and explore its entire catalog that incorporates hundreds of movies, including premieres, and the best TV series at present. We can do so by flicking through the contents, receiving suggestions from the app, resorting to the categories structure or simply carrying out a manual search.
Furthermore, we won't need to download a multimedia player of the likes of VLC or MX Player as it offers us the option to play the hosted contents by means of ExoPlayer. For such purpose, we simply have to select it as the default player.
Requirements and additional information:
Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.1.2.
The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
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Online gambling legislation and regulation. Starting your own gambling product.

Online gambling legislation and regulation. Starting your own gambling product.

Mobile gambling
If you plan to develop an app with the ability to deposit and withdraw real money, then such a product automatically falls into the category of gambling and you will need to license your business for successful operation.
Mobile and Web Based Apps
So let’s talk about the different kinds of online gambling apps available on web and mobile. We’ll be covering both free-play gaming apps and real money casino app games you can find for iOS, Android devices and web browsers.
Mobile gambling is more common for poker, casino, bingo, and skill games. They have advantages in terms of a low barrier to enter the market, instant liquidity, product knowledge, and marketing expertise, minimal infrastructure costs, and the ability to bring a brand to the market quickly. Consequently, this form of gambling does not sit neatly with jurisdictional boundaries. Multiple gambling opportunities are available, including betting on various events and markets, in a relatively simple format. Gambling products can also be integrated into betting on television shows or virtual racing and sports games as well as offering lotteries, bingo, poker and casino games.
Most Popular Gambling Apps
Sports betting, casino, poker and lotteries are the most popular forms of online gambling. However, other forms are available too. These include the following: Bingo, slot machines, different card games, roulette and other game of chance. One of the best things about online gambling and betting apps is the number of choices you have.

Sports Betting

Betting means making or accepting a bet on the outcome of a race, competition, or other event or process, the likelihood of anything occurring or not occurring, or whether anything is or is not true. Today most sports betting is done via mobile-friendly sites and apps.
Today most sports betting is done via mobile-friendly sites and apps.
The introduction of live betting for sports like soccer and tennis means that bettors who are sitting inside stadiums watching games can now pick up their mobile devices and find real-time betting value with the best sports gambling apps. This has really unlocked a door to the future of sports gambling and the popularity of online gambling apps.

Poker

Many sites offer free poker, where no real money is wagered, although in some cases players can accumulate credits that can be exchanged for prizes. This is the case why people are going to play for real money. There is an ongoing debate over whether poker should be classified as a game of chance or skill. The parameters of legal poker playing are still unclear and differ between jurisdictions. Since you are not gambling with money, I’m pretty sure under the law it’s just a video game for now.

Blackjack

Blackjack is the game of choice to many high-rollers and do you know why? Because blackjack is a challenging, logic and skill-based game where your thinking, strategy, and calculations determine the outcome of the game.

Bingo

Bingo is one of the most popular and socially accepted games in the world. Bingo is a traditional form of gambling that has seen considerable innovation in recent years. It is also the only form of gambling recognized in the Gambling Act that does not have a specific statutory definition, the Act providing simply that “bingo” means “any version of that game, irrespective of by what name it is described”. Bingo must be played as an equal chance game. For game to be classed as “bingo” it must meet the Act’s definition of “equal chance gaming” (as opposed to casino gaming). Thus, it: must not involve playing or staking against a bank, and must be a game in which the chances are equally favorable to all participants in the sense that each ticket or chance has the same probability of success as any other.
Licensed bingo is a well-regulated and socially responsible form of gambling that takes place in a safe environment. Many sites offer multiple forms of bingo with different features, types of games, and costs of play. These sites often cater specifically for women and some research suggests that they may appeal to markets who would not typically engage in traditional forms of gambling.

Slots

Slot machine is one of the most beloved game among the gambling community and it has been a part of the industry for a long time. They provide fun and entertainment and their simplicity allows gamers to start playing at once. This can play out in different ways depending on the machine you’re playing. For instance, there’s Pick a Fortune, a five-reel, 20 line game that puts players right in the studio of a television game show, including the potential to play a Deal or No Deal-style bonus round. A super trend over the past few years is mobile-friendly slot games. These apps and websites were developed to enable players to enjoy their favorite games on their smartphones at any time. Another dominant slot trend is licensed branded slots that are based on popular movies, television, and musicians.
Virtual Money vs Real Money
Let’s find out the difference between social gambling and real money gambling, as well as the differences between gambling through apps and gambling through a web browser. It can be quite confusing trawling through all the casinos, slots, and lotteries available, both through your mobile web browser as well as through mobile app stores, in the form of downloadable apps.

Virtual money

The main difference between virtual money and real money gambling is that the in-game virtual currency in social games and gambling-type games is used only like credits that are not paid out as winnings or anything given to player in cash, making these games exempt from gambling regulations.
Virtual money is loaded on user game accounts via in-app purchases in mobile applications or the game balance funding from a card via web based applications.

Real money gambling

Real money gambling via your mobile device is only allowed in countries where laws have been passed that allow for this type of gambling online, or there are no laws in place that prevent it. The payment systems are the legal way of services payment in the gambling app, performing as the intermediary between the gambling facility and the client. With their help, users replenish deposits and withdraw funds to personal accounts in financial institutions. If the application uses the payment system of a well-known brand, that gives players additional confidence in the resource. Nowadays, there is a wide range of payment systems, some of which operate all over the world, other systems are oriented towards the citizens of one or several countries. A number of services accept money of different world currencies, while others allow currency transactions of one state only.
What is an Online Gambling Licensing
The internet has a global audience, there’s no single piece of legislation that covers the legality of online gambling for the entire world. Mobile gambling doesn’t typically accept customers from every single country in the world. It often focuses on certain specific regions.
Instead, most countries have their own local laws that deal with the relevant legal and regulatory issues.
Ultimately, questions of legality all go back to the location of the casino or where the website operates out of. In closed regulatory systems, such as Italy, France, and the Netherlands, licenses, and advertising rights are limited to domestic providers, which must be located within their country’s geographical boundaries and these are only permitted to offer some types of products. Some jurisdictions, for example, Norway, Sweden, and Canada legalize and regulate online gambling, but this is limited to a single site that is owned by the government. Under such an approach, the government becomes the operator and regulator and all revenues are returned to the government.
Remote gambling is generally permitted. That means that an operator that is licensed may provide gambling services to citizens in the country via all forms of remote communication (and using equipment that may be located in the country or abroad). Equally, a remote operator may be licensed to offer gambling services to citizens in any jurisdiction in the world using equipment located in the country. The law provides that, for each type of gambling (betting, gaming, and participating in a lottery), there will be two forms of license available: remote and non-remote forms (land-based). If you provide facilities for remote gambling, online or through other means, and advertise to consumers you will need a license from the licensing jurisdictions or local licensing authorities. Before an online gambling site signs up its first customer, before it accepts its first bet before the first card is dealt, it must be licensed by a recognized governmental entity.
Certain regions in the world have specific legislation in place that allows them to license and regulate companies that operate online gambling sites or provide industry services (such as the supply of gaming software). These regions are referred to as online gambling jurisdictions or licensing jurisdictions.
Depending on what type of entertainment you are going to implement in your internet establishment, you will have to apply for the corresponding permissions. Online gambling laws in Europe vary from one country to the next. The industry is well regulated in some countries and less so in others. There are several online gambling jurisdictions located in Europe. Some of these are members of the European Union (EU), and thus subject to the various rules and regulations of that body, while others are independent. Each of these jurisdictions has an authority that’s responsible for approving gambling sites for licenses that enable them to offer their services legally. They also regulate their licensees.
Countries that Provide Gambling Licensing
Today there are lots of licensing jurisdictions located all over the world and offering different terms for their customers. Depending on the country, licenses can be local, international (distributed in several countries), have a different set of documents for registration, costs of registration and further support, various operating conditions and other special details.

Which gambling license is both internationally recognized?

The government of Ireland offers casino operators, software, and service providers in the gambling industry, with a gambling license that allows gambling operators to conduct business related to casino, lotto, and other gaming-related activities. Ireland Gambling License is one of the most popular license for online casinos worldwide. Ireland has long been recognized as one of the preferred locations for Online Gambling operators to base their operations. This success has been due to a combination of factors, such as a progressive legislative system, political stability, first-rate telecommunications facilities, and a well established financial services industry. A wide range of gambling sites operates out of Ireland including sports betting, casino sites, poker, bingo, and more.
In stark contrast, the UK is the largest regulated market for online gambling in the world, and corporations are already comfortable exploiting the intersections of gambling and gaming, betting in-play, social gaming, Bitcoin, financial trading and spread betting, betting exchanges, e-sports and, most profitably, mobile gambling. 40% and 60% of online gambling in the UK took place in Gibraltar.

International licensing

Europe is home to the following online gambling jurisdictions: Alderney, Gibraltar, Isle of Man, Malta. Malta is currently the country that is most accommodating to gambling companies, and the license offers whitelisted online gambling in sports and casino games in many European territories. But takes an extreme amount of time in paperwork and background checks. Also, you pay 5% of all your gross profit to the EU.
Among countries offering gambling licensing services, the attention should be paid to Curaçao jurisdiction, which is considered to be one of the most promising for the online gaming business.
Curaçao Internet Gaming Association (also known as Curaçao eGaming) is both a regulator and a licensor, and its licensing works worldwide except Curaçao itself, USA, France and Netherlands. Using Curacao as an example, let us examine in detail the process of obtaining a license, the necessary documents and expenses.
How to get a License on Curaçao
  • Documents necessary for company registration:
  • criminal record;
  • passport scans;
  • bank account confirmation;
  • documents proving payments for utility services.
After the company is registered, an operator can apply for the license providing the following documents:
  • a document certifying the right of domain possession;
  • description of games planned to be used in the project;
  • a list indicating countries of potential operation;
  • illustration of server locations to be used in the project;
  • a copy of the agreement with a software provider.
Gambling license cost:
  • Bank account opening $1000
  • Company registration $3600
  • Company management per year $3600
  • Application processing fee $1000
  • License fee per year $4800
  • Equipment/software fee starting from $1500
  • Server maintenance per year $6000
Apart from that pay for technical support and maintenance every year. The entire license issuing process takes between 2-4 weeks. Curacao Internet Gaming Association (CIGA) also has the power to review a license and, if it finds that an operator has breached a license condition, has the power to impose a range of sanctions including revocation of the license.
Apple and Google Gambling Rules
You’ll be surprised at the limited number of real money gambling app options available on the AppStore and Google Play Store. Most real money casino gaming is done through gambler’s mobile web browsers and not through mobile gambling apps that you’ll find for iPhone and Android phones. Apple allows online gambling applications in a few forms, and not just in places where it is explicitly permitted. They do not allow any payments through the applications – those have to be done on the websites. Apple has far stricter developer guidelines for iOS apps than Google does for Android apps, so it’s fine to assume that whatever you choose to download from iTunes is usually safe, secure, and meets a certain standard.
Any real money casino in the iTunes app is required to have proper licensing and permissions before Apple will approve the app for use or downloads. While Google Play is technically regulated, it is much more loose in what can be hosted.

Apple Store

Gambling, gaming, and lotteries can be tricky to manage and tend to be one of the most-regulated offerings on the App Store. Apple has rules for apps that support real money wagering, including sports betting and poker. Those apps and lotteries must have necessary licensing and permissions in the locations where the App is used, must be geo-restricted to those locations, and must be free on the App Store, and Apple rate even simulated gambling apps as appropriate only for users 17-years-old and up.

Play Store

Google keeps the reigns tight. To be able to successfully upload apps to the Google Play store, developers need to have a valid license for the specific countries they are targeting and comply with their regulations. The app must be free to download and must prevent under-age users from gambling in the app. As a final precaution, all gambling apps are required to display prominent information regarding responsible gambling practices. This brings its policy in line with the Apple App Store.
Countries where gambling is illegal
It is also important to remember that while gambling is growing rapidly in many places, in others it is totally or partially prohibited. As well as in the majority of the US, sports betting is illegal in India, Pakistan, and China, three of the largest gambling markets in the world. Most countries have rules against gambling. Almost all Islamic countries prohibit gambling of every kind, but many turn a blind eye to online gambling or simply do not have regulations in place for this grey area.
In the United Arab Emirates, however, any kind of gambling is prosecuted. National lotteries are the only legal forms of wagering on the Asian country’s mainland. Cambodia, North Korea strictly forbids online and offline gambling amongst its own citizens but allows tourists to participate in these activities.
Qatar is the strictest country of all when it comes to gambling laws. All forms of gambling activities are considered illegal, and even sports betting is not permissible.
Starting your own gambling product
Numerous online casino platforms in the market offer fantastic casino games like bingo, poker, roulette, and many more.
If you have an idea, but don’t know where to start, we advise you begin with a Minimal Viable Product (MVP) to pilot your proof of concept for investors. MVP spotlights your core features and lets your investors know there are bigger and better things to come.
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Come on and Zoom!
A surge in video conferencing usage saw revenue growth at Zoom (NASDAQ:ZM) jump 169% to $328.2M as the company reported top and bottom line beats for Q1. Zoom also doubled its revenue guidance for the year, pushing up shares as much as 4.5% in AH trading on Tuesday. In keeping with its previous practices, the firm didn't disclose active user numbers, though analysts at Bernstein estimate Zoom's mobile app had 173M monthly active users as of May 27, up from 14M on March 4.
Zuckerberg stands firm after walkout
Facing internal unrest over the company's gentle approach to moderating posts from President Trump, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees he stood behind his decision, one he called "tough" but "pretty thorough." Policies will be reviewed to see if they need to change for the future. Facebook employees particularly took issue with a post by Trump that threatened violence, including the words "when the looting starts, the shooting starts." Similar posts on Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) were flagged for violating policy.
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What else is happening...
Sports betting to the rescue in California?
Twitter (TWTR) names Pichette as new independent chairman.
Google (GOOG, GOOGL) faces $5B lawsuit over 'private' internet use.
FAA boss to testify at Senate hearing on 737 MAX (NYSE:BA).
Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) trims loss forecast after May rides jumped 26%.
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Typing the Typeless?!

WARNING: EXTREMELY LONG POST AHEAD. I DON'T MIND IF YOU JUST SKIM IT AND SAY WHATEVER YOU'RE THINKING. YOU DON'T HAVE TO READ IT ALL. IF YOU DO, LOL. I SERIOUSLY APPRECIATE THAT. CAUSE I WOULD NOT READ A POST OF THIS LENGTH 😂😂😂😂😂
Heya! I’ve had instances where I was close to just declaring myself typeless because of how difficult it is for me to reach a conclusion and stick by it. I’ve been typed as virtually everything, aside from a few types but I bet even those have been speculated LOL! I don’t remember it well. Now I have all of this stuff to answer and it looks like so much work I’m not sure I’ll ever finish. I actually started this post I’m not sure how many days or weeks ago and forgot about it so here I am creating an introduction and opting to continue.
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I’m not entirely sure how it’ll turn out, but we’ll see! If you could give me any ideas about my type, it would be appreciated, and tell me why you think so here we go.Also, I just like hearing new thoughts and opinions + I'm pretty bored right now so I'm hopping onto the wagon, since I've never had one of these gigantic reddit typings.Just trying it out. Also if you do actually take the time to read this and come up with a type/types, I'd like to know why you think so!
I'm 21 years old, currently in my juniosenior (forgot how many credits I actually have) year of college. I'm a communications major with a minor in creative writing. Why did I choose communications? I dunno! It's ambiguous and I like that. I like how it doesn't incorporate just one area of study, like strictly mathematics, biology, mechanics, stuff like that, but instead, it's inclusive of many fields like journalism, radio/television, learning about human behavior and trying to understand it on a deeper level (yes, I had a class like that which was pretty rad.
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If only I'd paid more attention), etc. It's on the broader side of the spectrum when it comes to potential jobs I could pick up after graduation. It's the next best thing aside from interdisciplinary studies which basically lets you dip your toes in all kinds of pools while still obtaining a degree, like trying a free sample from every booth. I almost did interdisciplinary studies, but then I changed my mind again and again. Admittedly, I do enjoy my minor more than my major.
Creative writing is SO MUCH FUN. Dude, it's like the only thing I've somewhat consistently been doing since I was young. I've been writing stories since I was like 5 or 6, probably since I learned how to type on a computer. My favorite thing about creative writing is that it's not some technical writing, there's no script or boring topic you have to follow.
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it's a blank canvas where you can create absolutely whatever you want. That's the beauty of it. I can sit there and write about greasy airplane bunnies having kids that resemble octagonal lettuce hairs competing in a race to win a bajillion panda trumpets shaped like Madagascar and I just can. I'm a huge daydreamer and constantly in my mind. I love making up new scenarios and just wondering about alternate realities or ways of seeing the world/conjuring up new worlds. I think writing is an incredible outlet for that.
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Another thing I enjoy about writing is that you're not only limited to publishing books or being an English or something. PSA: I don't even want to be a teacher LOL. But you can adapt your writing into movies, YouTube videos, plots for games, ideas for websites, apps, etc. There are so many kinds of creative writing, like scriptwriting, poetry, general fiction, sci-fi, or just pure gibberish that appears in your mind.
So, for a career, I'm not exactly sure what I want to do. I fear being trapped in a boring career or just being stuck doing something I don't find enjoyment in. Okay, come and lecture me. Tell me I need to be more realistic and can't chase things for the sake of enjoyment. I've been told these things by many people.
But you know what? I don't think there's a reason to say people shouldn't chase their dreams, no matter how big. In fact, I encourage people to dream as big as they can. That dream bubble can keep expanding and expanding, and right when you expect it to pop, it can transform into its own bubble utopia, kinda like those SpongeBob episodes.
It doesn't matter how old you are or what you have your heart set on, even if it's "too big" for other people. What's the fun in having a desk job you sit at for 8 hours a day? Why not pursue what you're truly passionate about? I think working with my writing and making sure I find something flexible with it would be pretty ideal. Travel blogging sounds neato too. So does graphic design, just having some sort of creative/flexible career based around writing and design. I don't have an exact name for it but for now... Let's just say that.
My upbringing. That's something. So, I grew up with an extremely strict family. My friends would always tell me about how I'm missing out because of my rule-adhering stickler parents. They refuse to buy any different foods or basically anything they're not used to. Huge health nuts. Never travel, never changed houses. My mom actually always gets angry with me because I have a habit of staying up late, usually until 6-10 am. Somewhere there. I don't mind that time changing or varying. Staying up late is a habit cause there’s so much to do online and I have trouble shutting off my mind cause it always wants be on and spin around. I feel like I’m going so fast and find it difficult to focus on one thing or do things like meditation. Not even a second. My family didn’t seem to get it and tried forcing me into routines I quickly break. I can feel extremely tired and pull more all nighters. Plus, we're all quarantined and I recently finished spring semester, I don't have anywhere to be so I don't see a point in following a routine or schedule. Pretty rebellious toward my parents' rules. One thing they go absolutely crazy over is me staying up all night and eating at random times, like breakfast at 4pm. I would always want to do my own thing and deviate from it. I always felt this need to escape.
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I wanted to do something differently but considering I don’t have money or resources, pretty much stuck with them. They're pretty inflexible and difficult to negotiate with. I keep my hopes up that one day things will change and I'll be able to have more fun, sorta distancing myself from the boring situation at hand.
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But really. Their rules and regulations are too much, in my opinion. They seem to be very judgmental of people who are "different" which bothered me too. I don't like seeing people ostracized because they express themselves in a way that makes them feel happy. So I'd feel kinda weird when my parents would start talking badly about certain people, even if I didn't know them.
An entire weekend by myself? Well, I do that most weekends LOL! Even before we were all trapped at home, I spent a lot of time on my own. My thing with friends... It's been interesting, fo sure. I've never had nearly as many friends IRL as I do online. I'm all about online communities. I think people are more welcoming, friendly, accepting, openminded, and fun online, whereas IRL, I can be more quiet and have a harder time forming long lasting friendships. I can also enjoy lotsa time on my own cause of all the stuff I distract myself and come up with.
I can be talkative with some people and talk a LOT,ramble like crazy and enjoy myself, other times I can be quiet and just need time to myself after a long interaction, especially one where I'm bored. I’ve had lots of people think I’m so outgoing upon first meeting me just because of how much I can talk and how hyper I get. I can be outgoing in bursts and get super duper excited but I would say there's a lot of introversion in my personality. If I happen to be in a convo filled with tons of outgoing extroverts, they'll prolly take center stage lol.
Like a year ago, I had a lot of IRL friends, you could say dozens. I even studied abroad with them. But then... They just trickled out, faded away. At one point it was like I was just talking with their holograms, the next day, our friendship had just disappeared. A lot of them thought I was childish and didn't seem to want to continue our friendship.
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It was hard to be myself around them because of how judgmental they were and admittedly, how bored I would get around them sometimes because I felt as though they thought everything I had to say was weird and I thought what they talked about was repetitive and judgmental. So the weekends I spend on my own include these two main things: daydreaming and the internet. I create new worlds in my mind and use them as story inspiration, and I spend a HEAPLOAD of time in online communities. You don't wanna see my screen time LOL.
Making friends online is great, I sometimes have trouble keeping track of everyone but when I say it's SUCH a piece of cake compared to IRL. I have too many apps to count and constantly switch between them. Just chatting with people and sharing our ideas/creating posts keeps me occupied for hours. I also play random iPhone games and sometimes I borrow my brother's switch to pass time.
It's pretty easy for me to keep myself entertained with the stuff I think of. Thing is, it's way easier to come up with all of these things I'd like to create than actually finishing them. Even this post has me questioning whether or not I'll ever complete it. I actually started it a while ago because I was curious about getting typed by the reddit community, just for fun, but now considering its length and the fact I'm probably not close to being done, I'm not sure if anyone will readdit.
But it would explain why I stay up so late too. I think of so much, I can't seem to keep track and the internet is A D D I C T I V E !
Movement? I seem to wanna be moving pretty often, even if that just alludes to my bouncy leg syndrome. Sometimes I get hyper and spin on my chair or bounce off the walls. I should also mention it's very likely I have ADHD.
It's been suspected from campus counselors and many people since I was a kid, however due to the cost of official diagnosis, it's not something I've obtained. I seem to move around the house and become curious about random objects, like I found this desk with three drawers that open up into mini drawers and got bored so I used a tape measure as a "fishing pole" to catch stuff from the air vent. Why? I seriously don't know. It's quarantine, okay?
When it comes to outdoors stuff, well already pretty obvi I don't go out much HAHAHA
But I'd love to run around randomly if I'm feeling hyper or excited. Sports? Suck at those. Driving in the car with loud music is pretty fun though. I did study abroad as I mentioned before and have a fascination for traveling. I just wish it wasn't so expensive. My trip was to South Korea and it was amazing, I seemed to adjust very quickly and time flew while I was there. If traveling wasn't so pricey, I'd love to see so many more places.
More ideas than I execute. I don't think one statement has ever summed up my life better. It's pretty much all I've been going through. I think of stuff and get extremely energized and hyper from my own mind, think about how cool it would be if I could create it, then I usually get something out and it never continues. Then I do it again and again with other ideas. I've lost track of how many things I've come up with that I've never been able to finish. I wish I could show the world all of these things, but that requires commitment and focus, which are two things I severely lack. I wanted to make something about...
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Well actually I'll get to that in another part. And yes I am curious, I always wonder about what we don't know and all it could encompass. I watch a YouTube channel called "Pursuit of Wonder" which talks a lot about philosophy. I enjoy many channels and like discovering new ones. I love how much endless content I can consume on YouTube, even if it means not finishing most of the videos I watch.
A habit I have is flipping through other videos, looking at the titles and thumbnails, while another one plays, then constantly switching through them. It’s like gathering pieces of information from one source, then another, then another, and not all of them have to do with each other, like going from a video about creating buses from horsehair to a Buzzfeed employee wearing stilts. I mentioned how I have an interest in designing these different things, I also sorta dabble in photo editing though I do it on a funkalicious app called PiZap.
I’m particularly a fan of cutting and pasting completely random stuff together, like a bidet with Mickey Mouse legs and a duckling with the body of a pencil flying by. I probably mentioned that at some other point idek. I know I started this post earlier and saved it in a word doc so may be messy.
Sometimes, I’ll correlate my photo edits with the stories I write, other times they’ll be completely random. One of my favorite YouTube channels is Pursuit of Wonder, which publishes a lot of philosophical “omg I’m going to have an existential crisis” content and THOSE are some videos I actually try and get through. I enjoy hearing about different perspectives concerning our universe, life as we know it, hidden universes, etc. It feels like I’m in another world watching these, and it’s lots of fun! I also enjoy videos of people doing goofy stuff in public for reactions, challenges, reaction videos, etc.
I also enjoy listening to music, lots of EDM and pop. I had a phase where I was semi into photography, I bought a cool polaroid camera, then I don’t know what happened. I seem to enjoy and entertain uncertainty, since knowing would imply there's a clear answer and there isn't as much room for imagination. I'd much rather imagine all that's possible than be set on one answer. My environment seems conceptual considering how much I live in my head and idealize things, which also, I could get to in another part I see HAHAH
Leadership position: Okay, Not my cup of responsibilitea. I'm a very lenient person who says. Hey, if you're not hurting yourself or other people, have fun. Enjoy yourself. I'm not a strict and rigid person, which could've been evident from my rebelliousness concerning my very-much-so strict and rigid parents. I'm all about people being treated fairly and I'm also all about understanding them.
I would wanna make sure I don't impose anything too strict on people, as not much bothers me anyway. I did volunteer at a kid's camp when I was 18 and I didn't mind whenever the kids ran around or got excited, it was fun to see, even if the other volunteers seemed angered at their antics. Antics are fun. I would wanna make sure the people I'm leading are enjoying themselves and that they don't have too many restrictions on them
. I'm pretty bad at yelling or being super assertive. I'd also probably want some help with the leadership thingamabobs cause I'm so easily distracted I'm not sure I'd be able to stay on top of things very well. Opening up my own community based around similar interests, however, sounds like an awesome idea and is something I'd be willing to do if I actually had the attention span to maintain it.
Coordinated? Not really. I mean, that could mean many things. Physically coordinated? Mentally? In terms of being a good planner and following through with things? Physically, I could be better. Mentally/planning? Okay, I try to plan stuff when my mind feels like it's about to implode with a million things but it's not like I actually follow it. I end up doing whatever, even the most unexpected things, at any given time. I could write down a ton of stuff in my notebook to help me feel better in the moment and create the illusion that I could make aalllll this stuff happen, and I could start some of it, make that illusion even sweeter, but I never finish. It can be pretty sporadic.
Artistic? Maybe with writing. I can't draw to save my life, though I LOVE appreciating other peoples' art, it's so inspiring and beautiful and cool and communicates such deep messages which is totally awesome. I recently wrote a story about looking at the night sky through a magical telescope which allows you to see movies in the stars but the "movies" are actually representative of the different perspectives of the people looking through the telescope. The lens might shrink or increase in size depending on who's looking through it to tell their scope. Yay lame puns. I threw in a buncha random worlds, the whole message being about how we can all see the same thing so differently, and how there are infinite worldviews out there
. I tinker with random stuff like using a boat paddle as a flower stem which certain sea creatures can touch and form flowers on, beds as laptops (keyboard on the mattress, screen on the headboard) etc. I also wrote a story about a world filled with mirrors, some funkier than others, representing a ton of alternate versions of the main characteworlds she could live in. If predictive text existed above our heads irl, that would be pretty funny.
Past/present/future: I live in many idealistic versions of what the future could be. It helps me distract myself from the mundane reality I live in now. On the bright side, it gives me this seemingly endless optimism that "everything is constantly changing" and there is always potential for things to get better, and we never know what kinda cool things could happen, so it keeps me going. It looks very childish to some people, nonetheless it's always been my view. I never really think about the past. My past wasn't too hawt, but it's over and I don't believe it has an effect on my life anymore. I always look forward, trying to make the best of what could happen someday, entertaining it all.
Something interesting regarding the present/past is I can be having a wonderful, grandiose time and think to myself in that moment, "This is so great! I'll always remember this!" and the next day I'll find myself thinking about a bunch of other stuff and the significance of that moment won't last into the future as much. It could feel so special then but my mind is so constantly distracted that when I look back, I don't feel like I can relive it the same way or recall nearly enough details to do so.
When others request my help? I usually help them, especially if that help involves advice or just talking to them. I sometimes take some time out of my own to do this, but if it's some favor I don't feel like doing, like, I dunno, if they want me to spend 3 hours carrying this 100 pound barrel filled with squid guts and alarm clocks, I'll probably say no. If it's something I don't want to do, and I mean, I'll be polite about it and possibly make up an excuse.
Advice, however, is something I try and give whenever I can. Even though I'm not entirely sure a lot of people see me as the best advice giver just cause most people don't take me very seriously. From the few I do give advice to on a regular basis (or at least, whenever they need it) they've told me it's very insightful and beneficial for them which I think is sweet :3
Logical consistency? I mean, not really, I wouldn't say I need it. I don't know. I don't evaluate what I'm saying or doing for logic. I'll just do certain things for the sake of doing them, although because I am so indecisive and question things a lot, it can look like I want it to make sense, even though I can't tell what "makes sense" nor do I place much emphasis on it. It's confusing. And I contradict myself a lot, needless to say lol.
Efficiency and productivity, I mean, I want to have a good time instead of force myself to get a ton of stuff done. But productivity does feel good, fo sure. I love that feeling when I actually get my mind set on a project and see progress. It's great! I usually like to get things done asap cause of my short attention span so with homework or tasks I find boring/tedious, instead of spending time reading everything word for word and trying to memorize, cause we all know that won't happen, I'll probs gather some general information and put it in a word doc, whip out quizlet if I can and just use ctrl+f. I mean, it still gets done that way. Sometimes i just want them out of the way so I can mentally check them off and move on. Cause nobody likes exhausting homework assignments.
I don't think I control anyone. I can't speak for them, but really, I just. I don't intend to, nor do I care to. I think everyone should be free to do what they want and enjoy it. They don't have to conform to anything. Now, if I'm in a situation where a ton of people are just being genuinely rude, I'll probs feel ehhh cause I don't like that, but taking charge of the situation and yelling at them or trying to discipline them probably isn't my forte. If someone else is doing it, I can backpack along (yeah I'm saying that now) and add some of my input on why they should be nicer or whatever but I'm just not a controlling person.
Hobbies. I mentioned creative writing and why I like that LOL. I like creating photos, like graphic design, just cutting and pasting random stuff together. I'm a total amateur, but I like it for a reason similar to why I love creative writing so much. You can make absolutely whatever you want. Just cut and paste the most random stuff together, like Darth Vader's stretched out head placed on a cantaloupe attached to a sheep with elongated Yoda for legs and it's dipped in a can of cream cheese and pelican beaks. INTERNETTING. You can join endless new communities and find new hobbies, make new friends and have fun.
I tried to pick up piano, ukulele, and the otamatone which is an awesome instrument. I couldn't focus on piano or memorize any notes so that went down the drain, I lost my ukulele and similarly, IDK where I put my otamatone. I was also into learning languages which I may get back to. I know I learned Korean for a year, forget a lot, tried to learn French, Russian, even Japanese. I watched the YT vids and used Duolingo but IDK how long it's been. I even tried dancing, I really wanted to learn k-pop dances at one point and went to one day of lessons and as usual... IDK what happened. And if daydreaming is a hobby, then we've got that going for me too. I also wanna get more into gaming. Really anything with adventure/fantasy would be up my alley.
Learning style? Well, definitely not sitting around and reading boring textbooks. I noticed I learn pretty well from discussion, whether I get to contribute or just hear people talk about something. I like watching sped up YouTube videos, really just that kinda stuff. Also little computer games that help you learn a new concept, something more interactive than just listening to one person talk or reading.
I improvise pretty much everything I do. Whenever I make plans, I end up changing them anyway.
To me, it's important to stay true to what I want to do and be kind to people. I'm against stuff like bullying and seeing people brought down for being who they are and I feel their emotions pretty easily. I'm a sensitive person so I strive to be cool with everyone I meet and maintain a positive atmosphere. It's important to believe in myself. I wish I could instill that hope into other people who doubt themselves or think their dreams are too out of the ordinary to tackle. It's important not to lose that hope and to always have something to be excited about, even if they are just ideas in your mind. They could turn into great feats one day.
Fears? I don't want to be stuck doing the same thing, I don't want to be controlled and trapped. I want to be able to break free. I want to feel good, and that applies to everyone I care about, too. I don't really anticipate negative outcomes, I guess negativity could be a fear itself cause I seem to avoid thinking about it and therefore don’t often feel extremes with sadness or anger. I look forward and move on from Things very quickly. however I acknowledge negativity does exist, tho idk how well, and I hope I can avoid them as much as possible, and even if they do happen, that they can be overcome.
Highs in my life: I'm EXTREMELY hopeful and excited over my own ideas. I'm super high energy and anticipating many amazing things. I'm happy, carefree, and in an overall good mood. I feel like nothing can break me and that everything is constantly evolving. I feel like my energy can never die down.
Lows: I don't remember the last time I actually felt VERY low but it's more... Lower energy, being more quiet, I have the issues I do with focusing so I can get stressed out over the billions of things I want to do and be so scattered I can't stay on one thing for a single second. This is kinda always a thing though, but sometimes, especially when these things involve schoolwork/tasks I don't actually want to perform, it can be more frustrating.
I'll jump between them constantly and procrastinate 24/7/365 while also feeling annoyed and impatient with myself for not doing any of it, then thinking of more and losing focus overall. Emotionally, I mentioned having a sensitive side. So if I get butthurt or offended over what some people said to me, I'll prolly be worried about how they see me and feel bad for a bit, then get over it.
Breaking rules? Yeah, if the rules are just extra. Like, I don't care at all about being late. Time is flexible. Nothing wrong with checking your phone during class, your choice. Little things like that I'm like, psh. I break rules like that all the time. I don't think we need to be super tied to authority. When breaking the rules involves hurting other people, then no, I don't do it.
I change my mind constantly. I don't like being tied to a decision and have trouble seeing which one is the "right" one. I consider all perspectives and can change my mind within seconds if presented with new information, or even just because I thought about it another way. Even when it comes to choosing what to eat, it's just a process of "umm, that, wait no, this, wait no..." and imagine that with everything else. My college major.
What I'll write about, and why my stories always end up so long with so many plots, my type, just everything. I think about the unexpected a lot so I definitely take a lot of variables and perspectives into account, like an unexpected version of a certain type. So it's overall difficult for me to narrow options. I can constantly doubt or think of another side and make my own random explanations like "you could mix this up with this and it could look like this" blah blah blah. just looks like random theories to a lot of peeps
I have caught myself agreeing with others just for the hell of it when I didn't even know what I thought about an issue or if I felt me agreeing didn't discount something I strongly believe. But I'm not gonna sit there and say it's okay to kill people or bully them or something even if everyone else is. That's another story. I don't argue about every disagreement, sometimes I'm like, okay cool. I don’t want people getting triggered at me or causing unnecessary drama I don’t feel like dealing with.
Ideal life: where you can do whatever you please, have fun, and discover new things all the time. Where you're not limited at all and can make your dreams come true! Yay, cheesy again. I'd love a life where I can spread my message, create all kindsa stuff through my writing and designing, put it out there, travel, and just have fun.
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