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I am in the process of selling an apartment in Dubai and have agreed with the Agency on not paying any agency fee from my side as seller. They confirmed this and it is mentioned in Contract A with DLD, This is also mentioned in Contract F which acts as MoU.
However, there is a clause in the Addendum to Contract F which says: "In addition to the Service Charges the seller agrees to pay the NOC for transfer fees (if applicable) and Sale progression fees, to complete the transfer of the property." As these Sale Progression Fees were mentioned in a clause which referred to things solving with the Developer I have asked them about this "Sale Progression Fee" but they said they are not charging it. With that
However, three days before going to trustee office to finalize the transfer, the Agency approached me with "Sale Progression Fees" to be paid fro my side which amounts to AED 2,625. The calculation of this fee is also a mystery. The just mentioned it`s like that!
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Horatian: Horatian satire is tolerant, funny, sophisticated witty, wise, self-effacing and aims to correct through humor...
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  1. Humor:Exaggeration or overstatement: Something that does happen, but is exaggerated to absurd lengths...

Genre of arts and literature in the form of humor or ridicule

In fiction and less frequently in non-fiction, satire is a genre of literature and performing arts, in which vices, follies, abuses and shor... en.wikipedia.org

Satire is a technique in art and literature that pokes fun at established artistic or cultural norms. Satirists practice their craft for the sake of social criticism, comedy, or, often, both. The different satire genres include spoof, parody, and classic literary satire techniques.

Definition of satire
1: a literary work holding up human vices and follies to ridicule or scorn
2: trenchant wit, irony, or sarcasm used to expose and discredit vice or folly
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/satire

The Culinary Roots of Satire
Satire came into English at the beginning of the 16th century, and the meaning of the word has not strayed very far from its original sense. The initial uses were primarily applied to poems, and the term now has a broader applicability. Satire has a semantic and etymological overlap with both farce and lampoon. Farce ("a light dramatic composition marked by broadly satirical comedy and improbable plot") came into English as a synonym for forcemeat, meaning "finely chopped and highly seasoned meat or fish that is either served alone or used as a stuffing." Lampoon ("a harsh satire usually directed against an individual") is thought to come from the French lampons!, meaning "let us guzzle!" And satire is believed to trace back to the Latin satur, meaning "well-fed."

Examples of satire in a Sentence
By contrast, Martial's friend, Juvenal, learned to transmute Martial's epigrammatic wit into savage satire. Juvenal's fierce, if occasionally obscene, tirades against immorality fit easily into the propaganda of the new era.
β€” G. W. Bowersock, New York Review of Books, 26 Feb. 2009
Unlike late-night talk shows that traffic in Hollywood interviews and stupid pet tricks, "The Daily Show" is a fearless social satire. Not many comedy shows would dare do five minutes on the intricacies of medicare or a relentlessly cheeky piece on President George W. Bush's Thanksgiving trip to Iraq …
β€” Marc Peyser, Newsweek, 29 Dec. 2003 - 5 Jan. 2004

In fiction and less frequently in non-fiction, satire is a genre of literature and performing arts, in which vices, follies, abuses and shortcomings are held up to ridicule, ideally with the intent of shaming individuals, corporations, government, or society itself into improvement.[1] Although satire is usually meant to be humorous, its greater purpose is often constructive social criticism, using wit to draw attention to both particular and wider issues in society.

A feature of satire is strong irony or sarcasm β€”"in satire, irony is militant", according to literary critic Northrup Fryeβ€”[2] but parody, burlesque, exaggeration,[3] juxtaposition, comparison, analogy, and double entendre are all frequently used in satirical speech and writing. This "militant" irony or sarcasm often professes to approve of (or at least accept as natural) the very things the satirist wishes to question.

Satire is nowadays found in many artistic forms of expression, including internet memes, literature, plays, commentary, television shows, and media such as lyrics.

Etymology and roots
The word satire comes from the Latin word satur and the subsequent phrase lanx satura. Satur meant "full" but the juxtaposition with lanx shifted the meaning to "miscellany or medley": the expression lanx satura literally means "a full dish of various kinds of fruits".[4]

The word satura as used by Quintilian, however, was used to denote only Roman verse satire, a strict genre that imposed hexameter form, a narrower genre than what would be later intended as satire.[4][5] Quintilian famously said that satura, that is a satire in hexameter verses, was a literary genre of wholly Roman origin (satura tota nostra est). He was aware of and commented on Greek satire, but at the time did not label it as such, although today the origin of satire is considered to be Aristophanes' Old Comedy. The first critic to use the term "satire" in the modern broader sense was Apuleius.[4]

To Quintilian, the satire was a strict literary form, but the term soon escaped from the original narrow definition. Robert Elliott writes:

As soon as a noun enters the domain of metaphor, as one modern scholar has pointed out, it clamours for extension; and satura (which had had no verbal, adverbial, or adjectival forms) was immediately broadened by appropriation from the Greek word for β€œsatyr” (satyros) and its derivatives. The odd result is that the English β€œsatire” comes from the Latin satura; but "satirize", "satiric", etc., are of Greek origin. By about the 4th century AD the writer of satires came to be known as satyricus; St. Jerome, for example, was called by one of his enemies 'a satirist in prose' ('satyricus scriptor in prosa'). Subsequent orthographic modifications obscured the Latin origin of the word satire: satura becomes satyra, and in England, by the 16th century, it was written 'satyre.'[1]

The word satire derives from satura, and its origin was not influenced by the Greek mythological figure of the satyr.[6] In the 17th century, philologist Isaac Casaubon was the first to dispute the etymology of satire from satyr, contrary to the belief up to that time.[7]

Humour
β€œ The rules of satire are such that it must do more than make you laugh. No matter how amusing it is, it doesn't count unless you find yourself wincing a little even as you chuckle.[8] ”
Laughter is not an essential component of satire;[9] in fact there are types of satire that are not meant to be "funny" at all. Conversely, not all humour, even on such topics as politics, religion or art is necessarily "satirical", even when it uses the satirical tools of irony, parody, and burlesque.

Even light-hearted satire has a serious "after-taste": the organizers of the Ig Nobel Prize describe this as "first make people laugh, and then make them think".[10]

Social and psychological functions
Satire and irony in some cases have been regarded as the most effective source to understand a society, the oldest form of social study.[11] They provide the keenest insights into a group's collective psyche, reveal its deepest values and tastes, and the society's structures of power.[12][13] Some authors have regarded satire as superior to non-comic and non-artistic disciplines like history or anthropology.[11][14][15][16] In a prominent example from ancient Greece, philosopher Plato, when asked by a friend for a book to understand Athenian society, referred him to the plays of Aristophanes.[17][18]

Historically, satire has satisfied the popular need to debunk and ridicule the leading figures in politics, economy, religion and other prominent realms of power.[19] Satire confronts public discourse and the collective imaginary, playing as a public opinion counterweight to power (be it political, economic, religious, symbolic, or otherwise), by challenging leaders and authorities. For instance, it forces administrations to clarify, amend or establish their policies. Satire's job is to expose problems and contradictions, and it's not obligated to solve them.[20] Karl Kraus set in the history of satire a prominent example of a satirist role as confronting public discourse.[21]

For its nature and social role, satire has enjoyed in many societies a special freedom license to mock prominent individuals and institutions.[22] The satiric impulse, and its ritualized expressions, carry out the function of resolving social tension.[23] Institutions like the ritual clowns, by giving expression to the antisocial tendencies, represent a safety valve which re-establishes equilibrium and health in the collective imaginary, which are jeopardized by the repressive aspects of society.[24][25]

The state of political satire in a given society reflects the tolerance or intolerance that characterizes it,[19] and the state of civil liberties and human rights. Under totalitarian regimes any criticism of a political system, and especially satire, is suppressed. A typical example is the Soviet Union where the dissidents, such as Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and Andrei Sakharov were under strong pressure from the government. While satire of everyday life in the USSR was allowed, the most prominent satirist being Arkady Raikin, political satire existed in the form of anecdotes[26] that made fun of Soviet political leaders, especially Brezhnev, famous for his narrow-mindedness and love for awards and decorations.

Classifications
Satire is a diverse genre which is complex to classify and define, with a wide range of satiric "modes".[27][28]

Horatian, Juvenalian, Menippean

"Le satire e l'epistole di Q. Orazio Flacco", printed in 1814.
Satirical literature can commonly be categorized as either Horatian, Juvenalian, or Menippean.[29]

Horatian
Horatian satire, named for the Roman satirist Horace (65–8 BCE), playfully criticizes some social vice through gentle, mild, and light-hearted humour. Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus) wrote Satires to gently ridicule the dominant opinions and "philosophical beliefs of ancient Rome and Greece" (Rankin).[30] Rather than writing in harsh or accusing tones, he addressed issues with humor and clever mockery. Horatian satire follows this same pattern of "gently [ridiculing] the absurdities and follies of human beings" (Drury).[31]

It directs wit, exaggeration, and self-deprecating humour toward what it identifies as folly, rather than evil. Horatian satire's sympathetic tone is common in modern society.[32]

A Horatian satirist's goal is to heal the situation with smiles, rather than by anger. Horatian satire is a gentle reminder to take life less seriously and evokes a wry smile.[31] A Horatian satirist makes fun of general human folly rather than engaging in specific or personal attacks. Shamekia Thomas suggests, "In a work using Horatian satire, readers often laugh at the characters in the story who are the subject of mockery as well as themselves and society for behaving in those ways." Alexander Pope has been established as an author whose satire "heals with morals what it hurts with wit" (Green).[33] Alexander Popeβ€”and Horatian satireβ€”attempt to teach.

Examples of Horatian satire:

The Ig Nobel Prizes.
Bierce, Ambrose, The Devil's Dictionary.
Defoe, Daniel, The True-Born Englishman.
The Savoy Operas of Gilbert and Sullivan.
Trollope, Anthony, The Way We Live Now.
Gogol, Nikolai, Dead Souls.
Groening, Matthew "Matt", The Simpsons.
Lewis, Clive Staples, The Screwtape Letters.
Mercer, Richard β€˜Rick’, The Rick Mercer Report.
More, Thomas, Utopia
Pope, Alexander, The Rape of the Lock.
Reiner, Rob, This Is Spinal Tap.
Twain, Mark, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
Ralston Saul, John, The Doubter's Companion: A Dictionary of Aggressive Common Sense.
Juvenalian
See also: Satires of Juvenal
Juvenalian satire, named for the writings of the Roman satirist Juvenal (late first century – early second century AD), is more contemptuous and abrasive than the Horatian. Juvenal disagreed with the opinions of the public figures and institutions of the Republic and actively attacked them through his literature. "He utilized the satirical tools of exaggeration and parody to make his targets appear monstrous and incompetent" (Podzemny).[34] Juvenal's satire follows this same pattern of abrasively ridiculing societal structures. Juvenal also, unlike Horace, attacked public officials and governmental organizations through his satires, regarding their opinions as not just wrong, but evil.

Following in this tradition, Juvenalian satire addresses perceived social evil through scorn, outrage, and savage ridicule. This form is often pessimistic, characterized by the use of irony, sarcasm, moral indignation and personal invective, with less emphasis on humor. Strongly polarized political satire can often be classified as Juvenalian.

A Juvenal satirist's goal is generally to provoke some sort of political or societal change because he sees his opponent or object as evil or harmful.[35] A Juvenal satirist mocks "societal structure, power, and civilization" (Thomas)[36] by exaggerating the words or position of his opponent in order to jeopardize their opponent's reputation and/or power. Jonathan Swift has been established as an author who "borrowed heavily from Juvenal's techniques in [his critique] of contemporary English society" (Podzemny).[34]

Examples of Juvenalian satire:

Barnes, Julian, England, England.
Beatty, Paul, The Sellout.
Bradbury, Ray, Fahrenheit 451.
Brooker, Charlie, Black Mirror.
Bulgakov, Mikhail, Heart of a Dog.
Burgess, Anthony, A Clockwork Orange.
Burroughs, William, Naked Lunch.
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, Don Juan.
Barth, John, The Sot-Weed Factor; or, A Voyage to Maryland,β€”a satire, in which is described the laws, government, courts, and constitutions of the country, and also the buildings, feasts, frolics, entertainments, and drunken humors of the inhabitants in that part of America.
Ellis, Bret Easton, American Psycho.
Golding, William, Lord of the Flies.
Hall, Joseph, Virgidemiarum.
Heller, Joseph, Catch-22.
Huxley, Aldous, Brave New World.
Johnson, Samuel, London, an adaptation of Juvenal, Third Satire.
Junius, Letters.
Kubrick, Stanley, Dr. Strangelove.
Mencken, HL, Libido for the Ugly.
Morris, Chris, Brass Eye.
β€”β€”β€”, The Day Today.
Orwell, George, Nineteen Eighty-Four.
Orwell, George, Animal Farm.
Palahniuk, Chuck, Fight Club.
Swift, Jonathan, A Modest Proposal.
Voltaire, Candide.
Zamyatin, Yevgeny, We.
Menippean
See Menippean satire.

Satire versus teasing
In the history of theatre there has always been a conflict between engagement and disengagement on politics and relevant issue, between satire and grotesque on one side, and jest with teasing on the other.[37] Max Eastman defined the spectrum of satire in terms of "degrees of biting", as ranging from satire proper at the hot-end, and "kidding" at the violet-end; Eastman adopted the term kidding to denote what is just satirical in form, but is not really firing at the target.[38] Nobel laureate satirical playwright Dario Fo pointed out the difference between satire and teasing (sfottΓ²).[39] Teasing is the reactionary side of the comic; it limits itself to a shallow parody of physical appearance. The side-effect of teasing is that it humanizes and draws sympathy for the powerful individual towards which it is directed. Satire instead uses the comic to go against power and its oppressions, has a subversive character, and a moral dimension which draws judgement against its targets.[40][41][42][43] Fo formulated an operational criterion to tell real satire from sfottΓ², saying that real satire arouses an outraged and violent reaction, and that the more they try to stop you, the better is the job you are doing.[44] Fo contends that, historically, people in positions of power have welcomed and encouraged good-humoured buffoonery, while modern day people in positions of power have tried to censor, ostracize and repress satire.[37][40]

Teasing (sfottΓ²) is an ancient form of simple buffoonery, a form of comedy without satire's subversive edge. Teasing includes light and affectionate parody, good-humoured mockery, simple one-dimensional poking fun, and benign spoofs. Teasing typically consists of an impersonation of someone monkeying around with his exterior attributes, tics, physical blemishes, voice and mannerisms, quirks, way of dressing and walking, and/or the phrases he typically repeats. By contrast, teasing never touches on the core issue, never makes a serious criticism judging the target with irony; it never harms the target's conduct, ideology and position of power; it never undermines the perception of his morality and cultural dimension.[40][42] SfottΓ² directed towards a powerful individual makes him appear more human and draws sympathy towards him.[45] Hermann GΓΆring propagated jests and jokes against himself, with the aim of humanizing his image.[46][47]

Classifications by topics
Types of satire can also be classified according to the topics it deals with. From the earliest times, at least since the plays of Aristophanes, the primary topics of literary satire have been politics, religion and sex.[48][49][50][51] This is partly because these are the most pressing problems that affect anybody living in a society, and partly because these topics are usually taboo.[48][52] Among these, politics in the broader sense is considered the pre-eminent topic of satire.[52] Satire which targets the clergy is a type of political satire, while religious satire is that which targets religious beliefs.[53] Satire on sex may overlap with blue comedy, off-color humor and dick jokes.

Scatology has a long literary association with satire,[48][54][55] as it is a classical mode of the grotesque, the grotesque body and the satiric grotesque.[48][56] Shit plays a fundamental role in satire because it symbolizes death, the turd being "the ultimate dead object".[54][55] The satirical comparison of individuals or institutions with human excrement, exposes their "inherent inertness, corruption and dead-likeness".[54][57][58] The ritual clowns of clown societies, like among the Pueblo Indians, have ceremonies with filth-eating.[59][60] In other cultures, sin-eating is an apotropaic rite in which the sin-eater (also called filth-eater),[61][62] by ingesting the food provided, takes "upon himself the sins of the departed".[63] Satire about death overlaps with black humor and gallows humor.

Another classification by topics is the distinction between political satire, religious satire and satire of manners.[64] Political satire is sometimes called topical satire, satire of manners is sometimes called satire of everyday life, and religious satire is sometimes called philosophical satire. Comedy of manners, sometimes also called satire of manners, criticizes mode of life of common people; political satire aims at behavior, manners of politicians, and vices of political systems. Historically, comedy of manners, which first appeared in British theater in 1620, has uncritically accepted the social code of the upper classes.[65] Comedy in general accepts the rules of the social game, while satire subverts them.[66]

Another analysis of satire is the spectrum of his possible tones: wit, ridicule, irony, sarcasm, cynicism, the sardonic and invective.[67][68]

The type of humour that deals with creating laughter at the expense of the person telling the joke is called reflexive humour[69].Reflexive humour can take place at dual levels of directing humour at self or at the larger community the self identifies with. The audience's understanding of the context of reflexive humour is important for its receptivity and success [69]. Satire is found not only in written literary forms. In preliterate cultures it manifests itself in ritual and folk forms, as well as in trickster tales and oral poetry.[23]

It appears also in graphic arts, music, sculpture, dance, cartoon strips, and graffiti. Examples are Dada sculptures, Pop Art works, music of Gilbert and Sullivan and Erik Satie, punk and rock music.[23] In modern media culture, stand-up comedy is an enclave in which satire can be introduced into mass media, challenging mainstream discourse.[23] Comedy roasts, mock festivals, and stand-up comedians in nightclubs and concerts are the modern forms of ancient satiric rituals.[23]

Development
Ancient Egypt

The satirical papyrus at the British Museum

Satirical ostracon showing a cat guarding geese, c.1120 BC, Egypt.

Figured ostracon showing a cat waiting on a mouse, Egypt
One of the earliest examples of what we might call satire, The Satire of the Trades,[70] is in Egyptian writing from the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC. The text's apparent readers are students, tired of studying. It argues that their lot as scribes is not only useful, but far superior to that of the ordinary man. Scholars such as Helck[71] think that the context was meant to be serious.

The Papyrus Anastasi I[72] (late 2nd millennium BC) contains a satirical letter which first praises the virtues of its recipient, but then mocks the reader's meagre knowledge and achievements.

Ancient Greece
The Greeks had no word for what later would be called "satire", although the terms cynicism and parody were used. Modern critics call the Greek playwright Aristophanes one of the best known early satirists: his plays are known for their critical political and societal commentary,[73] particularly for the political satire by which he criticized the powerful Cleon (as in The Knights). He is also notable for the persecution he underwent.[73][74][75][76] Aristophanes' plays turned upon images of filth and disease.[77] His bawdy style was adopted by Greek dramatist-comedian Menander. His early play Drunkenness contains an attack on the politician Callimedon.

The oldest form of satire still in use is the Menippean satire by Menippus of Gadara. His own writings are lost. Examples from his admirers and imitators mix seriousness and mockery in dialogues and present parodies before a background of diatribe. As in the case of Aristophanes plays, menippean satire turned upon images of filth and disease.[77]

Roman world
The first Roman to discuss satire critically was Quintilian, who invented the term to describe the writings of Gaius Lucilius. The two most prominent and influential ancient Roman satirists are Horace and Juvenal, who wrote during the early days of the Roman Empire. Other important satirists in ancient Latin are Gaius Lucilius and Persius. Satire in their work is much wider than in the modern sense of the word, including fantastic and highly coloured humorous writing with little or no real mocking intent. When Horace criticized Augustus, he used veiled ironic terms. In contrast, Pliny reports that the 6th-century-BC poet Hipponax wrote satirae that were so cruel that the offended hanged themselves.[78]

In the 2nd century AD, Lucian wrote True History, a book satirizing the clearly unrealistic travelogues/adventures written by Ctesias, Iambulus, and Homer. He states that he was surprised they expected people to believe their lies, and stating that he, like them, has no actual knowledge or experience, but shall now tell lies as if he did. He goes on to describe a far more obviously extreme and unrealistic tale, involving interplanetary exploration, war among alien life forms, and life inside a 200 mile long whale back in the terrestrial ocean, all intended to make obvious the fallacies of books like Indica and The Odyssey.

Medieval Islamic world
Main articles: Arabic satire and Persian satire
Medieval Arabic poetry included the satiric genre hija. Satire was introduced into Arabic prose literature by the author Al-Jahiz in the 9th century. While dealing with serious topics in what are now known as anthropology, sociology and psychology, he introduced a satirical approach, "based on the premise that, however serious the subject under review, it could be made more interesting and thus achieve greater effect, if only one leavened the lump of solemnity by the insertion of a few amusing anecdotes or by the throwing out of some witty or paradoxical observations. He was well aware that, in treating of new themes in his prose works, he would have to employ a vocabulary of a nature more familiar in hija, satirical poetry."[79] For example, in one of his zoological works, he satirized the preference for longer human penis size, writing: "If the length of the penis were a sign of honor, then the mule would belong to the (honorable tribe of) Quraysh". Another satirical story based on this preference was an Arabian Nights tale called "Ali with the Large Member".[80]

In the 10th century, the writer Tha'alibi recorded satirical poetry written by the Arabic poets As-Salami and Abu Dulaf, with As-Salami praising Abu Dulaf's wide breadth of knowledge and then mocking his ability in all these subjects, and with Abu Dulaf responding back and satirizing As-Salami in return.[81] An example of Arabic political satire included another 10th-century poet Jarir satirizing Farazdaq as "a transgressor of the Sharia" and later Arabic poets in turn using the term "Farazdaq-like" as a form of political satire.[82]

The terms "comedy" and "satire" became synonymous after Aristotle's Poetics was translated into Arabic in the medieval Islamic world, where it was elaborated upon by Islamic philosophers and writers, such as Abu Bischr, his pupil Al-Farabi, Avicenna, and Averroes. Due to cultural differences, they disassociated comedy from Greek dramatic representation and instead identified it with Arabic poetic themes and forms, such as hija (satirical poetry). They viewed comedy as simply the "art of reprehension", and made no reference to light and cheerful events, or troubled beginnings and happy endings, associated with classical Greek comedy. After the Latin translations of the 12th century, the term "comedy" thus gained a new semantic meaning in Medieval literature.[83]

Ubayd Zakani introduced satire in Persian literature during the 14th century. His work is noted for its satire and obscene verses, often political or bawdy, and often cited in debates involving homosexual practices. He wrote the Resaleh-ye Delgosha, as well as Akhlaq al-Ashraf ("Ethics of the Aristocracy") and the famous humorous fable Masnavi Mush-O-Gorbeh (Mouse and Cat), which was a political satire. His non-satirical serious classical verses have also been regarded as very well written, in league with the other great works of Persian literature. Between 1905 and 1911, Bibi Khatoon Astarabadi and other Iranian writers wrote notable satires.

Medieval Europe
In the Early Middle Ages, examples of satire were the songs by Goliards or vagants now best known as an anthology called Carmina Burana and made famous as texts of a composition by the 20th-century composer Carl Orff. Satirical poetry is believed to have been popular, although little has survived. With the advent of the High Middle Ages and the birth of modern vernacular literature in the 12th century, it began to be used again, most notably by Chaucer. The disrespectful manner was considered "unchristian" and ignored, except for the moral satire, which mocked misbehaviour in Christian terms. Examples are Livre des Manières by Étienne de Fougères [fr] (~1178), and some of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Sometimes epic poetry (epos) was mocked, and even feudal society, but there was hardly a general interest in the genre.

Early modern western satire

Pieter Bruegel's 1568 satirical painting The Blind Leading the Blind.
Direct social commentary via satire returned with a vengeance in the 16th century, when farcical texts such as the works of François Rabelais tackled more serious issues (and incurred the wrath of the crown as a result).

Two major satirists of Europe in the Renaissance were Giovanni Boccaccio and François Rabelais. Other examples of Renaissance satire include Till Eulenspiegel, Reynard the Fox, Sebastian Brant's Narrenschiff (1494), Erasmus's Moriae Encomium (1509), Thomas More's Utopia (1516), and Carajicomedia (1519).

The Elizabethan (i.e. 16th-century English) writers thought of satire as related to the notoriously rude, coarse and sharp satyr play. Elizabethan "satire" (typically in pamphlet form) therefore contains more straightforward abuse than subtle irony. The French Huguenot Isaac Casaubon pointed out in 1605 that satire in the Roman fashion was something altogether more civilised. Casaubon discovered and published Quintilian's writing and presented the original meaning of the term (satira, not satyr), and the sense of wittiness (reflecting the "dishfull of fruits") became more important again. Seventeenth-century English satire once again aimed at the "amendment of vices" (Dryden).

In the 1590s a new wave of verse satire broke with the publication of Hall's Virgidemiarum, six books of verse satires targeting everything from literary fads to corrupt noblemen. Although Donne had already circulated satires in manuscript, Hall's was the first real attempt in English at verse satire on the Juvenalian model.[84][page needed] The success of his work combined with a national mood of disillusion in the last years of Elizabeth's reign triggered an avalanche of satireβ€”much of it less conscious of classical models than Hall's β€” until the fashion was brought to an
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2023.03.25 02:18 FitInvestigator5945 A PERSON OF NUMBERS VOL 2

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2.12.2020
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12TH, 2020
DID YOU HAVE A GOOD BIRTHDAY STOSH?

THE THREE LITTLE CONTEMPORARIES: CHAPTER FOUR: THE ECONOMIC BEAR OF UTTER OF BANKRUPTCY YOUR YOUTH IS A ONE SHOT DEAL. YOU GET YOUR YOUTH, ONE TIME. THIS ONE TIME HOWEVER, LASTS FOR THREE DECADES. YOUR TWENTIES. YOUR THIRTIES. THE FORTIES. BY THE TIME YOU ARE FORTY YEARS OLD, YOU CAN HAVE EVERYTHING YOU HAVE EVER DREAMED OF. THIS IS ENTIRELY UP TO YOU. DESTINY AND FATE GO HAND IN HAND. LISA LEFT EYE LOPEZ BELIEVED FATE IS WHAT HAPPENS AND DESTINY IS WHAT YOU CHOOSE FOR YOURSELF. DESTINY MUST ACTIVELY BE PURSUED, BELIEVED JOSEPH P. KENNEDY SR. DESTINY MUST BE ACTIVELY PURSUED INDEED. YOU MUST ASK YOURSELF, DO YOU WANT THE FATE OF EVERYONE ELSE? IF NOT, STAY AWAY FROM THEM. SOUNDS HARSH. FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. IS BENEFICIAL TO EVERYONE WITHIN HIS CIRCLE AND OR SPHERE OF INFLUENCE. ON HIS RISE, AND EVEN NOW FROM THE TOP POSITION IN BOXING HISTORY, FLOYD HAD TO NOT ASSOCIATE HIMSELF WITH ANYONE NON BENEFICIAL TO THE JOURNEY. UNTIL THE GURNEY. BIRDS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER. SO IF THE BIG BAD WOLF IS ON HIS WAY TO TOWN TO COLLECT ECONOMIC FLESH, OR ACTUAL FLESH, STAY INSIDE. UNLESS YOU DON'T LIVE IN THE ECONOMIC BRICK HOUSE OR ECONOMIC LOG CABIN. UNCLE SAM WILL LOCK YOU UP OVER HIS MONEY. UNCLE SAM IS NO UNCLE I WOULD WANT TO HAVE. UNCLE SAM IS NO UNCLE OF MINE. NO OFFENSE, I AM JUST SAYING. UNCLE SAM IS GREEDY. UNCLE SAM IS TOO OLD TO BE THIS DAM GREEDY. UNCLE SAM, NEEDS TO SIT ON THE PORCH'S ROCKING CHAIR, AND WATCH THE SEAGULLS AND THE PIDGEONS FIGHT AMONG ST THEMSELVES OVER BREAD. INSTEAD, UNCLE SAM IS HIMSELF, STILL FIGHTING OVER BREAD. IS UNCLE SAM A PIDGEON? IS UNCLE SAM A SEAGULL? I DIDN'T THINK SO. ALL I AM SAYING IS WATCHING BIRDS OF NON PREY FIGHT OVER BREAD IS HILARIOUS. UNCLE SAM IS HILARIOUS. THIS IS THE BIG AND BAD WOLF. DO YOU REALLY WANT TO END UP JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE? THE MAJORITY OF PEOPLE GET DISTRACTED FROM THEIR LIFE PURSUIT. THE LIFE OF LEISURE IS WHAT THEY PURSUED. ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS LIFE PURSUITS TO TAKE ON. THE LIFE OF PLEASURE IS BETTER. FUTURE PLEASURE MUST BE WORKED TOWARDS IN THE NOW. IN THE RIGHT NOW. ON THIS MINUTE, YOU MUST BE ENHANCING YOUR SKILL SET. OTHERWISE, THE BIG BAD WOLF WILL GET YOU ONE DAY. I PROMISE YOU PERSON, YOU DO NOT WANT THIS SCENARIO FOR YOURSELF. I DO NOT WANT THIS SCENARIO FOR YOU EITHER. IT IS A THIRTY YEAR OLD'S MINDSET NATURALLY, THE MINDSET OF LETTING GO INSTANT GRATIFICATION. OUR WORST ENEMY. TO GIVE UP NOW'S OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT IN OUR PERSONAL STUDIES, FOR PLEASURE. THE LESS PLEASURE YOU CAN MANAGE TO HAVE NOW, THE MORE FUTURE PLEASURE YOU WILL EXPERIENCE. ONCE YOU GET TO THIS POINT, THINGS WILL BE MUCH EASIER. YOU DO NOT WANT TO BE THE 65 YEAR OLD SLAVE TO THE AMERICAN FIAT DOLLAR. YOU DON'T EVEN WANT TO BE THE SLAVE TO THE BITCOIN. ASSUMING ONE DAY PEOPLE CAN GET PAID IN CRYPTO. THIS WOULD GENERATE INTEREST ON ANY CHECKS NOT CASHED. IN ITSELF REVOLUTIONARY. ANYWAY. YOU HAVE TO PREPARE FOR THE DAY, THE BIG BAD WOLF COMES KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR. YOU MUST BE READY FOR HIM. ALL HE WANTS IS HIS MONEY. THE BIG BAD WOLF IS A CONGLOMERATE OF SORTED CIRCUMSTANCES. ONE DAY YOU ARE GOING TO HAVE TO RETIRE. ONE DAY YOU ARE GOING TO WANT TO RETIRE. YOU ARE MOST LIKELY, GOING TO WANT TO RETIRE, BEFORE YOU ACTUALLY DO RETIRE. MEANING, ONE DAY YOU WILL CRAVE, WHAT THESE STORIES OFFER NOW. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR ADEQUATE RETIREMENT ON TIME WITH INTEREST OR AN EARLY RETIREMENT, IF YOU START EARLY ENOUGH. I PROMISE YOU, YOU WILL WANT TO RETIRE ONE DAY. HOPEFULLY ON THOSE DAYS, YOU DO NOT CONSIDER THE FEAT IMPOSSIBLE THUS THE SITUATION HOPELESS. THEN IT MIGHT ACTUALLY BEGIN TO FIT SUCH SCENARIOS. WE ARE HERE TO OFFER HOPE, ADMIRATION AND A SPIIRIT OF OPTIMISM. WE DEDICATE OUR LIFE TO HELPING YOU FIND YOUR WAY OUT OF THE FOREST OF ECONOMIC DESTITUTION. EVER HEARD OF ECONOMICS? EVER HEARD OF PROSTITUTION? NOW HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF ECONOMIC PROSTITUTION? IF NOT, WHAT DOES IT SOUND LIKE? IT SOUNDS LIKE OUR NINE TO FIVE. WE SELL OUR PRESENCE. WE SELL OUR ESSENCE. WE SELL OUR FOCUS. WE SELL OUR ENERGY. WE SELL OUR WORK ETHIC. WE SELL OUR WORTH IN THEIR PURSUIT OF PROFIT. MIXED WITH OUR NEED FOR RENT AND FOOD. THUS ECONOMIC PROSTITUTION. IT'S A REAL THING PEOPLE. YOU NEED SOME HELP. YOU'RE AN ECONOMIC PROSTITUTE. I BET YOU'RE NOT. DON'T GET MAD AT ME, BECAUSE YOU MIGHT BE AN ECONOMIC WHORE. HELL, I MIGHT BE AN ECONOMIC WHORE. I'LL BE HONEST, I AM AN ECONOMIC WHORE. I AM PLEASED TO BE HONEST YET I AM ASHAMED TO SAY SUCH A THING. LIKE TUPAC SHAKUR SAID, EVERYBODY'S GETTING PIMPED. IT'S ABOUT HOW LONG YOU ALLOW YOURSELF TO BE PIMPED. NOW WHO IS PIMPING WHO? WHAT I'M WRITING TODAY, IN SIX MONTHS, WHEN IT COMES OUT, IS WHAT YOUNG ADULTS WILL BE SAYING TO THEIR BANKERS AND THEIR CREDITORS. R.I.P. TO PAC. THE SPIRIT LIVES ON. R.I.P. TO LISA LOPEZ AND FLIGHT KOBE. THE ECONOMIC SYSTEM, IN WHICH YOU LIVE, IS SET UP FOR YOU TO BE BONDAGE TO THE FIAT DOLLAR. THEY WANT YOU BOUND BY THE DOLLAR. THEY WANT YOU BOUND TO THE DOLLAR. THE DOLLAR IS JUST AN INSTRUMENT. THE DOLLAR IS JUST AN INSTRUMENT OF DEBT. THEREFORE YOU MY GOOD SIR ARE BEING PLAYED LIKE A FOOL. WE'RE ALL GETTING PLAYED LIKE A FOOL. THE TIME HAS COME FOR US RISE UP AGAINST OUR ECONOMIC TYRANTS AND GROW OUR OWN FREEDOM TREES. THERE'S AN ECONOMIC REVOLUTION COMING. THE ECONOMIC REVOLUTION IS ARRIVING ON TIME. WE ARE HERE RIGHT NOW, TO OBSERVE SUCH AN ECONOMIC REVOLUTION. ARE YOU READY FOR THE ECONOMIC REVOLUTION? WELL GOOD, YOU BETTER BE. YOU ARE BEST TO BE READY. IF YOU ARE NOT READY FOR THE ECONOMIC REVOLUTION, GET READY TO GET LEFT. OR THEN YOU BETTER GET RIGHT. TIGHTEN UP. EVER SEEN SOMEONE SAVE A BUNCH OF DEFLATING BALLOONS ON A STRING? IT'S CONFUSING. THE ECONOMIC OVERLORDS OF THIS WORLD LAUGH AT YOU. THEY LAUGH AT ALL OF US. THE SHIP IS SAILING IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION OF THE OTHER SHIPS. THEY ARE SAILING IN THE DIRECTION OF A STORM. I JUST CAME FROM A STORM. I KNOW WHAT THE STORMS LOOK LIKE. THE BIG BAD WOLF, IS THE STORM. HE WILL COME AND FIND YOU ONE DAY, TO COLLECT WHAT YOU OWE. THE BIG BAD WOLF IS ALSO YOUR RETIREMENT. WHEN HE COMES, HE WILL WANT TO AUDIT YOUR FINANCIAL LIFE. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE WHAT YOU NEED THEN, HE'S TAKING YOU TO ECONOMIC JAIL. ECONOMIC JAIL, AS IN, SOMEWHERE YOU DON'T WANT TO ECONOMICALLY BE. I WANT TO BE AS HELPFUL TO THE NEXT GENERATIONS AS POSSIBLE. I WANT TO BE AS HELPFUL AS I CAN BE, TO THE PREVIOUS GENERATIONS. I WANT TO HELP MY OWN GENERATION, AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. THIS IS MY WAY OF DOING SO WITH WHAT I KNOW NOW. HOW LONG ARE YOU GOING TO STAY IN THE FOREST? HOW LONG DO YOU WANT TO STAY IN THE FOREST OF ECONOMIC SERVITUDE? I WOULD LIKE TO GET YOU OUT OF THERE, AS FAST AS POSSIBLE. HOWEVER, I REFUSE TO BE EATEN ALONGSIDE OF YOU. FAIR RIGHT? NO? FAIR ENOUGH THEN! WHO ARE YOU, TO ASK OF ME, MY LIFE, FOR YOU DON'T WANT TO SAVE YOURSELF? WHO ARE YOU, TO ASK ME, TO GET EATEN WITH YOU? IN SUCH A CASE, YOU'RE A ONE COURSE MEAL. THIS SCENARIO DOES NOT APPETIZE ME, NOT ONE MORSEL. NOT ONE MORSEL, DOES THIS SCENARIO, APPETIZE ME. SHAKESPEARE. WHAT KIND OF LIFE DO YOU AIM TO LEAD? UNTIL YOU FIGURE IT OUT, STAY TO YOURSELF. ONCE YOU DO FIGURE IT OUT, STAY TO YOURSELF SOME MORE. GET TO IT. GET IT DONE. GO FASTER. GO HARDER. INCREASE YOUR STAMINA. INCREASE YOUR DETERMINATION. INCREASE YOUR INNER DRIVE. INCREASE YOUR ENDURANCE. INCREASE THE VISCOSITY OF YOUR SKIN. I WANT YOU TO LIVE THE LIFE OF YOUR DREAMS. THE LIFE YOU DESERVE TO LIVE. FIRST, YOU HAVE TO EARN IT. I AIM TO HELP YOU EARN IT. YOU HAVE TO WANT IT. PERIOD. I GAVE UP MY SOCIAL LIFE, TO GET OUT OF THE FOREST. I AM CLOSE. WHEN I AM FULLY OUT, I CAN HELP MORE. THIS IS MY WAY OF UTILIZING MY FULL POTENTIAL. JUST LIKE MY DAD ASKED ME TO AROUND THANKSGIVING OF 2019. I PROMISED HIM I WOULD. NOW I AM ABOUT TO CALL HIM. I LOVE YOU. GET OUT OF THE FOREST, SO I CAN HUG YOU. IF NOT, THE HUG MIGHT COME FROM A BEAR. THE ECONOMIC BEAR OF UTTER BANKRUPTCY. THE ECONOMIC BEAR OF UTTER BANKRUPTCY? YES. THE ECONOMIC BEAR OF UTTER BANKRUPTCY, WILL SQUEEZE YOUR WALLET TO DEATH DOES IT PART. ECONOMIC DEATH DOES IT'S PART. 
9:14PM EST - 10:15PM EST
2.12.2020
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12TH, 2020

THE THREE LITTLE CONTEMPORARIES: CHAPTER FIVE: WHERE PREDATORS GO FOR DINNER
THE HOUSE OF STRAW. THE HOUSE MADE OF STRAW, AS AN ANALOGY TO THE THREE LITTLE PIGS, IS AS FOLLOWS. ECONOMICALLY SPEAKING, WITHIN THE ECONOMIC UNIVERSE OF THE WORLD OF INVESTMENTS, THE HOUSE MADE OF STRAW IS AN ECONOMIC FOUNDATION, OF NO ECONOMIC INVESTMENTS. WORKING FOR A LOW OR HIGH PAYING SALARY, FOR A LIVING. LIVING AS A WAGE SLAVE. THE SLAVE TO THE DOLLAR. THE DOLLAR'S SLAVE. THE DOLLAR'S BEACH. WELCOME TO DOLLAR BEACH. WHERE'S IT'S NOT ALWAYS A BEACH FULL OF DOLLARS. IT'S ACTUALLY YOUR BEACH. YOU MADE THIS BEACH. THIS BEACH ISN'T PLAYING WITH YOU. THIS BEACH, IS OF YOUR VERY OWN CREATION. THE HOUSE MADE OF STRAW IS AN ECONOMIC ABNOMINATION. YOU WANT YOUR FINANCIAL FOUNDATION, AS STURDY AS POSSIBLE. YOUR ECONOMIC FOUNDATION, IS TO BE YOUR SAFE HAVEN. YOUR NEST EGG IS YOUR TOP PRIORITY. IF YOUR NEST EGG IS NOT YOUR TOP PRIORITY, READER BEWARE. YOU ARE IN FOR A SCARE. THE SCARE. THE SCARE OF THE YEAR. YOU'RE IN FOR A DOOSEY. THE DOOSEY. THE DOOSEY, OF A LIFETIME. I AM HERE TO HELP YOU OUT, MORE THAN A LITTLE. MORE THAN A LIKKLE. RASTA MAN. CHECK THE ROSTER MAN. ECONOMICALLY, I AM AN ALL STAR. ALL STARS BREED ALL STARS. ALL STARS NEED ALL STARS. ALL STARS DO NOT BUILD AN ECONOMIC FOUNDATION MADE UP OF NOTHING BUT STRAW. A BUNCH OF HAY AND HEE HAW. IF YOU ARE BETWEEN 17-40, YOU CAN BE SAVED. IF NOT YOU MAY BE STUCK IN YOUR WAYS. YOU CAN SAVE YOURSELF AT FIFTY. IF YOU ARE THIRTY OR TWENTY NOW, WHILE READING THIS, WHY WAIT SO LONG? THE HOUSE MADE OF STRAW IS EQUIVALENT IS WORKING AS A WAGE SLAVE FOR OTHER PEOPLE, YOUR ENTIRE LIFE AND EXPENDING FUNDS ONLY ON DEBT AND PLEASURE. THERE'S SO MUCH DEBT, ALL YOU WANT IN THE END IS PLEASURE. DISTRACTIONS. WORKING FOR SOMEONE ELSE, TOWARDS YOUR GOAL, EARLY ON, IS THE GOAL. THIS WAY, SOMETIME BEFORE RETIREMENT AGE, YOU CAN AND WILL ESCAPE THE ECONOMICAL MATRIX. YOU WANT TO GET OUT OF THE ECONOMICAL MATRIX AS QUICKLY AND AS SMOOTHLY AS POSSIBLE. YOU HAVE TO LOVE YOURSELF. YOU HAVE TO LOVE YOURSELF ENOUGH TO REALIZE YOU NEED TO BUILD THE ECONOMIC STUCTURE OF YOUR DESIRES. IF NOT, THEN YOU ARE POSSIBLY DESIRING OTHER THINGS. THIS IS COOL. THIS IS LITERALLY YOUR LIFE. NOW SOMETIME IN YOUR LIFE, YOU MAY WANT TO RETIRE. ALL I AM SAYING IS IF THIS IS IN FACT THE CASE, YOU MIGHT WANT TO BEGIN THINKING OF SOLUTIONS NOW. WHAT ELSE DO YOU WANT ME TO SAY TO YOU? WHAT MORE CAN I SAY AYE? YOU'RE GOING TO LOVE ME ONE DAY. FOR ONE REASON. I TOLD YOU STRAW HOUSES ARE WHERE PREDATORS GO FOR DINNER. IT IS A CIRCUS AND A JUNGLE OUT THERE. THE CIRCUS IS WITHIN THE JUNGLE. WE HAVE DISCUSSED SUCH ENVIRONMENTS ALREADY. WE BRING THEM UP AGAIN. WHY? CAUSE MAYBE YOU DON'T LISTEN. IT ISN'T YOUR JOB TO LISTEN. LISTEN TO YOUR HEART. LISTEN TO THE INNER VOICE WITHIN YOUR ESOPHAGUS. THEN REALIZE AIN'T NO STOPPING US. NOW. FOR NOW JUST KNOW, THE STRAW IS NOT MEANT TO BUILD A HOUSE FROM. STRAW GETS WET. MAYBE. I'VE NEVER BEEN AROUND A STRAW HOUSE. A STRAW HOUSE WOULD MAKE ME VERY NERVOUS. I'D BE THINKING THERE WERE LIONS OR TIGERS AROUND. ECONOMICALLY I DO NOT HAVE TO ALERT YOU, YOUR EXPENSES ONE DAY MAY EXCEED THE AMOUNT SUSTAINED BY THE ECONOMIC STRAW HOUSE. GOODNIGHT. NO, WE ARE GOING TO GO IN FOR TEN MORE MINUTES. WE ARE NOT SURE YET IF WE WILL DO ANOTHER SESSION TONIGHT. WE WANT TO TAKE A SECOND TO THANK EVERYONE WHO IS READING THIS MATERIAL. I FEEL COMPELLED TO USE ALL OF MY SPARE TIME TO WORK ON THESE CONCEPTS. I LITERALLY DO NOTHING ELSE. I WON'T FEEL GOOD ABOUT LAYING DOWN UNTIL I'VE WRITTEN FOR A FEW HOURS. 3 MINIMUM. THE NEXT ONE WOULD BE THE THIRD ONE. MAYBE WE SHOULD JUST GET READY TO START THE NIGHT'S THIRD SESSION. 

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2.12.2020
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12TH,

THE THREE LITTLE CONTENMPORARIES: CHAPTER SIX: INVESTING IN OTHER BUSINESSES
THE HOUSE MADE OF STICKS. THE HOUSE OF STICKS IS EQUAL TO THE HIGH PRICED SLAVE. THIS SLAVE GETS MONEY. THIS SLAVES EARNS THE DOLLAR. THIS SLAVE, GETS PAID VERY WELL, TO BE A SLAVE. THIS SLAVE, MAKES SLAVERY LOOK DELICIOUS. FINANCIALLY DELICIOUS. THIS WAGE SLAVE MAKES ECONOMIC SLAVERY LOOK FINANCIALLY DELICIOUS. THAT'S TERRIBLE. HORRIBLE. TERRIBLY HORRIBLE. HORRIBLY TERRIBLE. ALL OF THE ABOVE. WHICH ONE SOUNDS BEST? NONE OF THE ABOVE! THE HOUSE MADE OF STICKS, WILL STICK IT TO YOU ONE DAY POSSIBLY. OR STICK YOU TO IT, THE HOUSE MADE OF STICKS MAY ONE DAY. YOU CAN MAKE THE HOUSE MADE OF STICKS WORK. THE HOUSE MADE OF STICKS, CAN WORK. WE WILL HELP CONVERT STICK HOUSES TO BRICK HOUSES. WE WILL HELP TO CONVERT THE STRAW HOUSES TO THE STICK HOUSES. WE LOVE LIFE. WE WANT NOTHING MORE BUT TO ENGAGE THE TRAVELLING HELPING HAND CHALLENGE. ALL AROUND THE WORLD. ALL AROUND Z'WORLD. THE HOUSE OF STICKS CAN BE CONVERTED TO THE HOUSE OF BRICKS. THE HOUSE OF STRAW CAN BE CONVERTED TO THE HOUSE OF STICK OR BRICK. MAYBE IT CAN BE CONVERTED FROM STRAW TO BRICK DIRECTLY. A DIRECT CONVERSION. THE FINANCIAL CONVERSION. THE DIRECT FINANCIAL CONVERSION. THE HOUSE OF STICK IS WHEN YOU WORK FOR SOMEONE AND NOT ALSO TO YOUR OWN CAUSE. YOU DO NOT WORK SOLELY FOR YOURSELF. SO IN THE BRICK HOUSE, THE OCCUPANTS EITHER WORK FOR THEMSELVES, OR DO NOT WORK FOR OTHERS AT ALL. THEY EITHER ARE ENTREPRENEURIAL, BUSINESS MINDED SOLE PROPRIETORS, OR THEY ARE FINANCIALLY LEVERAGING INVESTORS OF MANY VARITIES. THERE ARE ONLY A FEW PATHS IN LIFE TO TAKE TO GET INTO THE BRICK HOUSE, YET INSIDE THERE ARE MANY ROOMS TO EXPLORE. THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO BUILD MORE AND MORE BRICK HOUSES, ONCE YOU FIGURE OUT A VIABLE WAY TO LIVE YOUR LIFE TO THE FULLEST BY GETTING YOUR EARNING POWER UP. THE STRAW HOUSE DOESN'T BELONG TO THE STRAW MAN. YOU WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS, SO YOU BRING IN YOUR OWN FUNDS. YOU WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN SCHEDULE. TO DO SO, YOU NEED TO EARN ELSEWHERE, ENOUGH TO SATISFY ALL DEBTS. WHATEVER ELSE ACCRUED, ARE THE PROFITS. IF YOU DON'T OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS, WHETHER YOU DO OR DO NOT WANT TO, ONE DAY, IT IS IMPERATIVE YOU INVEST IN SOME SORT OF BUSINESS. SAY YOU WANT A BUSINESS AND HAVING $100K WOULD MEET YOUR START UP GOAL. FIGURE OUT A WAY TO INVEST IN OTHER PEOPLE'S BUSINESSES SOMEHOW, SO YOU ARE FINANCIALLY ENTITLED TO RETURN ON INVESTMENTS. THIS IS THE ECONOMIC FOUNDATION IN FRONT OF YOU. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO DO WHAT MAY HAVE NOT BEEN DONE TO THIS DEGREE. CERTAINLY, NOT BY AS MANY PEOPLE WHO MAY END UP READING THIS MATERIAL. THE ONLY THING I CARE ABOUT IS UTILIZING MY FULL POTENTIAL. ONCE YOU UTILIZE YOUR FULL POTENTIAL, OR AT LEAST JUST BEGIN TO, THE PATHS FOR MAKING YOUR WAY FROM THE ECONOMIC FOREST OF DESTITUTION, GROW MORE VISIBLE. AKA SIMPLE. MOST PEOPLE HAVE SOME SORT OF BUSINESS THEY WOULD START. BY INVESTING IN OTHER BUSINESSES, YOU CAN ONE DAY SOON HAVE WAY, WAY, WAY, MORE MONEY THAN YOU EVER TRULY THOUGHT POSSIBLE. BUT IF THAT IS SO, THEN THAT IS SO A LIE. WE CAN MANIFEST IN OUR REALITY, WHATEVER WE DEEM POSSIBLE. AS LONG AS YOU CAN HONESTLY BELIEVE IT POSSIBLE, FOR YOURSELF, YOU WIN. I DO NOT WANT TO SAY THE WORD AGAIN. I SAID IT ONCE. ONLY ONCE. FOR EMPHASIS. AND THE WAY I SPEAK AND BETRAY YOUR PERCEPTION OF SOMEONE MY COMPLEXION. A LONG TIME AGO. 

5:05PM EST - 5:30PM EST
2.13.2020
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13TH, 2020

THE THREE LITTLE CONTEMPORARIES: CHAPTER SEVEN: THE PIRATE AND HIS BOOTY
THE HOUSE OF BRICKS. THE HOUSE OF BRICKS IS THE BEST HOUSE MATERIAL. THE ECONOMIC FOUNDATION YOU SET UP FOR YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY, IS TO BE SOLID. BRICK SOLID. I AM HERE FOR YOU. I DO NOT WANT THE BIG BAD WOLF TO GET YOU. THE HOUSE OF BRICKS IS THE EASIEST HOUSE TO BUILD. THE HOUSE OF BRICKS IS ALSO THE HARDEST HOUSE TO BUILD. IT IS IN YOUR BEST INTEREST TO REALIZE YOUR TOP PRIORITY IS BUILDING YOUR OWN BRICK HOUSE. IF NOT, THERE ARE SO MANY WAYS THE WOLF CAN GET YOU. THE WOLF CATCHES THE SLIPPING. SO DO NOT GET CAUGHT, SLIPPING. YOU SLIPPING? YOU FALLING? YOU CAN'T GET UP? WOLF! WOLF! WOLF! HE'S OVER HERE. COME GET 'EM. WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO SAY? YOU WANT ME TO BE ON YOUR SIDE? ARE YOU EVEN ON YOUR OWN SIDE? ARE YOUR ECONOMIC ACTIONS IN YOUR BEST INTEREST? ARE YOUR PRESENT ACTIONS SUITED TOWARDS YOUR GOAL LIST? WE ALL HAVE TO DEDUCT THE WEAKEST PERSONALITY TRAITS WE POSSESS, IN ORDER TO BUILD THE ECONOMIC FOUNDATION OF THE BRICK SOLID HOUSE. EVEN THE ECONOMIC LOG CABIN IS WONDERFUL. EQUAL TO THE BRICK HOUSE. THE WOLF ISN'T GETTING INTO ANY LOG CABIN. I AM NOT EXEMPT FROM ANYTHING I WRITE. I CAN BE A VICTIM TO THE BIG BAD WOLF AS WELL. THAT'S WHY I HAVE NO SOCIAL LIFE. I'LL BE DAMMED. I'M GOING TO PUT AS MUCH EFFORT AS I POSSIBLY CAN TO GET OUT OF THE ECONOMIC FOREST OF SLAVERY. BAD ECONOMIC HABITS WILL ONLY HELP TO KEEP US ENSLAVED IN THE FOREST. THE FOREST OF ECONOMIC ENSLAVEMENT. WE HAVE TO LOOK INTO THE FUTURE, OUR FUTURE. WE HAVE TO PURSUE WHAT WE WANT FOR OUR LIVES. WE DESERVE OUR DREAMS. WE ARE WORTHY OF THE DREAMS. I LOVE YOU. I WANT YOU TO GET OUT OF THE FOREST OF ECONOMIC DISSEMINATION. (6:00PM EST - 6:41PM EST 2.22.2020) THE HOUSE OF BRICKS IS EXACTLY WHAT YOU WANT. THE HOUSE OF BRICKS IS EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED. YOU CRAVE THE HOUSE OF BRICKS. THE HOUSE OF BRICKS. EVERYTHING AND MORE. WHAT EVER YOU WANT FROM YOUR LIFE, THE HOUSE OF BRICKS WILL GET YOU THERE. OR MAYBE THE HOUSE OF BRICKS IS WHAT YOU WERE AFTER, ALL ALONG. PERIOD? PERIOD. THE HOUSE OF ECONOMIC BRICKS. THE ECONOMIC HOUSE OF BRICKS. ECONOMIC BRICK HOUSES. DOES IT NOT SOUND JUST NICE? THE HOUSE OF BRICKS IS WHERE YOUR INVESTMENTS RETURN. THE HOUSE OF BRICKS IS WHERE YOUR INVESTMENTS PAY YOUR BILLS. ALL OF THEM. EVERY SINGLE ONE. IN ADVANCE. MANY TIMES OVER. THE ECONOMIC HOUSE OF BRICKS IS WHERE YOUR RETURNS ON INVESTMENT ARE INVESTED INTO OTHER INVESTMENTS. OTHERWISE YOU PAY TAXES ON IT IMMEDIATELY. THE ABC BOYS ARE PART OF THE BIG BAD WOLF SYSTEM. THEY WILL BLOW YOUR HOUSE DOWN. I WILL PAY THE IRS EVERY DOLLAR I OWE THEM, FOR USING THEIR MONEY. THEIR CURRENCY. IT IS NOT MINE. IS IT MINE? NO. I DID NOT THINK SUCH THINGS. THE ECONOMIC HOUSE OF BRICKS, IS WHERE YOUR INVESTMENTS CREATE GENERATIONAL WEALTH. LET'S GET IT. THE ECONOMIC HOUSE OF BRICKS IS WHERE YOU ENJOY THE RETURN ON INVESTMENTS. THE ECONOMIC HOUSE OF BRICKS CREATES MORE ECONOMIC BRICKS. THE ECONOMIC HOUSE OF BRICKS IS WHERE WE WANT TO BE. PERIOD. FINANCIAL ILLITERACY IS THE SCARIEST CONCEPT TO ME. EVER. WHY? IF I DON'T FIGURE HOW TO RETIRE MY ECONOMIC WOES, I WILL FOREVER BE SUBJECTED TO ECONOMIC WOES. ECONOMIC WOES SEEM TO BE WOVEN, INTO THIS FABRIC OF REALITY. HAVE YOU EVER EXPERIENCED ANY ECONOMIC WOES? HAVE YOU EVER? NOT HAVING THE BRICK HOUSE JUST TERRIFIES ME. I WOULD WAKE UP FROM MY SLEEP AND THINK "WE HAVE TO GET US, OUR FREEDOM." ECONOMIC FREEDOM. GIVE US, US FREE. GIVE US OUR FREEDOM. WE MUST BUILD OUR ECONOMIC FREEDOM FOUNDATION, OURSELVES. WHAT DOES THE PIRATE THINK ABOUT ALL DAY LONG? WE HAVE TO KEEP OUR MIND'S EYE ON THE TREASURE. EVERY STEP MUST BE ON THE MAP. THE TREASURE MAP. THE ECONOMIC HOUSE OF BRICKS IS ALL I THINK ABOUT. IT WILL CREATE BRICKS FOR EVERYONE I LOVE AND HOLD DEAR. THEN I KNOW, I HAVE ENOUGH FOR ME, WHILE I AM HERE. I FEEL AN EXTREME DEBT TO THE COSMOS, THE UNIVERSE, GOD. EVERY ASPECT OF LIFE I DON'T KNOW ABOUT. THE ENERGIES OF LIFE HAVE BEEN VERY NICE TO ME. I'VE SEEN MOST OF MY DREAMS BLOSSOM BEFORE MY VERY EYES. NOW THERE'S JUST ONE MORE DESIRE I WOULD LIKE TO ATTAIN. THE ECONOMIC PORTFOLIO. SO MY FAMILY AND MENTOR AND EVERYONE I LOVE IS GOOD. FROM THERE I CAN SPEND THE REST ON THE WORLD. 
2.22.2020
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22ND, 2020
9:43PM EST - 10:23PM EST
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ITEONNA BELL

THE THREE LITTLE CONTEMPORARIES: CHAPTER EIGHT: A BIILION IN AIR
THE BIG BAD WOLF SYSTEM. THE BIG AND BAD WOLF SYSTEM, IS COMPRISED OF MANY THINGS. VARIOUS ELEMENTS ARE CONTAINED WITHIN THE BIG AND BAD WOLF SYSTEM. THE BIG SYSTEM. THE BIG WOLF. THE BAD WOLF. THE BIG BAD. THE WOLF SYSTEM. THE SYSTEM OF THE WOLF SOUNDS TERRIFYING, OR DOES IT NOT? THIS IS THE MOST SUSPENSEFUL PART OF THE STORY. WHAT IS THE BIG BAD WOLF? THE BIG BAD WOLF SYSTEM IS MADE UP OF THE LIST OF CONSEQUENCES OF FINANCIAL ILLITERACY. THE BIG AND BAD WOLF, CAN EAT ANY OF US UP, AT ANY GIVEN TIME. UNLESS IT WERE INCAPABLE OF FINDING US. TAX EVASION BRINGS THE BIG AND BAD WOLF. NOT PAYING RENT OR BILLS BRING THE BIG AND BAD WOLF. NOT KNOWING HOW TO DOUBLE THE DOLLAR LEGITIMATELY, WILL ULTIMATELY BRING ONE FACE TO FACE TO WITH THE BIG AND BAD WOLF. THE WOLF CAN BE PAID OFF. IT IS ACTUALLY THE WOLF'S CURRENCY IN THE FIRST PLACE. THE WOLF JUST WANTS WHAT IS HIS. IMAGINE IF THEY STARTED CHARGING COLD HARD CASH MONEY JUST TO BREATH AIR. MAYBE DR. SUESS WAS RIGHT. MAYBE THE ONCELER WAS AN OMEN OF FUTURE PROPORTIONS. PROPORTIONS? AIR? IF THEY CHARGED $30 PER HOUR FOR THE DAILY AIR SUPPLY, HOW MANY PEOPLE WOULD YOU BE ABLE TO SAVE? COULD YOU EVEN SAVE YOURSELF? WE WOULD ALL GO BANKRUPT. UNDER THOSE CIRCUMSTANCES, ANYONE UNDER BANKRUPT IS PRESUMABLY MISSING WITHOUT AIR. PERIOD. ARE WE PREPARED FOR THE DAY THE BIG AND BAD WOLF START CHARGING FOR AND THEN COLLECTING AIR? HOW MANY BOTTLES OF AIR WILL YOU HAVE? HOW MANY AIR TANKS WILL YOU BE SELLING? HOW MANY AIR TANKS WILL YOU EVEN HAVE? WILL YOU EVEN HAVE ENOUGH AIR TANKS TO SELL? COULD YOU EVEN AFFORD THREE MEALS PER DAY AT $30 PER HOUR FOR AIR ALONE? I'M TERRIFIED. ONE DAY THEY MAY CHARGE YOU FOR AIR. I WON'T BE HERE WHEN THEY START CHARGING YOU FOR AIR. IF I AM HERE WHEN THEY START CHARGING US FOR AIR, I BETTER BE A BILLIONAIRE. I TELL YOU THAT. OH BOY I DO TELL YOU SO. A SINGLE MAN ALONE, UNDER THOSE CIRCUMSTANCES OF CASH FOR AIR, WOULD BE PAYING THOUSANDS FOR AIR. ONE EXPENSIVE TICKET. ONE EXPENSIVE BOTTLE. THIS IS A BIG AND BAD WOLF SCENARIO. PICTURE ALL OF THE ECONOMIC WOES COMBINED, AS THE BIG AND BAD WOLF. IMAGINE THE COMBINED ECONOMIC WOES, AS THE BIG AND BAD WOLF, CHARGING FOR AIR. COULD YOU AFFORD $30 PER HOUR FOR AIR? HOW MANY AIR HOURS WOULD YOU HAVE ON DECK? OTHERWISE WE WOULD NOT EVEN BE ON THE DECK ANYMORE. IT WAS A COLD WORLD AND THEN ONE DAY THEY START CHARGING FOR AIR. THEN THE WORLD WAS COLDER. IMAGINE THE $30 PER HOUR AIR SUR CHARGE, AS FUTURE REPRESENTATIONS OF ECONOMIC WOES. RETIREMENT. GROWING TO RETIREMENT AGE. THE ELDERLY YEARS. HOW MANY STACKS WILL BE IN THE BAG, WHEN THE DIAPER IS FULL? HOW MANY NURSES CAN YOU PUT ON THE PAYROLL? CAN YOU BUY YOUR OWN NURSING HOME BEFORE RETIREMENT AGE? IF YOU OWN IT, THEY MIGHT TREAT YOU BETTER. HAVE YOUR OWN SUITE EQUIPPED WITH ART STUDIO. GO CRAZY IN THE STUDIO ALONE BUT SURROUNDED BY NURSES. BEAUTIFULLY INTELLIGENT NURSES. CARING NURSES. YOU PAY THESE NURSES VERY WELL. NURSE KAREN GETS PAID TO CARE INSIDE. YOU SLEEP IN A PADDED ROOM. JUST TO REMIND YOURSELF YOU HAVE FINALLY GONE CRAZY. SLEEP ON ANY SPOT YOU WOULD LIKE. THE SCARIEST THING ABOUT THE ECONOMIC SLAVERY WE ARE LIVING IN, IS IT DOES NOT JUST GO AWAY. WE MUST DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. WE MUST DO SOMETHNG ABOUT IT, BEFORE THE BIG AND BAD WOLF ARRIVES, TO COLLECT THE DEBT. THE DEBT BISCUIT IS HIS AND HE IS VERY HUNGRY. "HIM SO HUNGRY". OH SO HUNGRY. 
11:05AM EST - 11:57AM EST
2.23.2020
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 23RD, 2020
HAPPY 10TH BIRTHDAY TO MY NEPHEW, QQ
QUE HARRIS JR.
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2023.03.25 01:59 crazygrumpy GBP/USD recedes and consolidates around1.2230 on mixed UK data, strong US Dollar

GBP/USD recedes and consolidates around1.2230 on mixed UK data, strong US Dollar
  • GBP/USD is set to finish the week with gains of around 0.40%.
  • Federal Reserve officials remained committed to curbing inflation to its 2% target.
  • Mixed economic data in the UK, a headwind for the GBP/USD, despite expectations for a Fed rate cut in 2023.
GBP/USD finished the week on a lower note after it reached 1.234, the high of the week, but retreated as sentiment dampened. On Friday, the GBP/USD is trading at 1.2228, retracing 0.47% at the time of typing.

Fed policymakers ready to combat inflation, UK data paints a gloomy economic scenario

The US equities market prepares to end the week in positive territory despite a renewed round of turbulence. Deutsche Bank stock fell sharply on fears that the German bank could default, as shown by the Credit Default Swaps (CDS) rising 220 basis points. Although it hurt Wall Street as the session opened, investors shrugged off those fears, as they speculated the Federal Reserve (Fed) would cut rates in 2023.
Federal Reserve officials crossed wires in the session. St. Louis Fed President James Bullard noted that rates need to get to the 5.50%-5.75% range, which would require an additional 75 bps of rate hikes after the Fed’s raised rates to the 4.75%-5.00%. Earlier comments from his colleague Raphael Bostic from the Atlanta Fed said that March’s decision was not easy. β€œThere was a lot of debate. This wasn’t a straightforward decision.”
Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin commented that the situation in the banking sector β€œfelt very stable by the time we got there (to the meeting). So the conditions were right to do monetary policy the way we want to do monetary policy.”
On the data front, the US economic calendar featured the S&P Global PMI improved in March, exceeding expectations and the prior’s month data. The Manufacturing Index stood in the contractionary territory. At the same time, Durable Good Orders plunged by 1% but improved compared to the last month’s reading.
The UK economic docket featured Retail Sales, which beat estimates on an annual and monthly basis, while the S&P Global PMIs were worse than foreseen. The Manufacturing PMI failed to improve, while the Services and Composite PMIs, ticked slightly down.
Catheryn Mann, a member of the Bank of England, said she voted for a 25 bps rate hike compared to a larger one because she saw signs that inflation expectations are falling.

GBP/USD Technical analysis


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Given the backdrop, the GBP/USD extended its losses, boosted by a stronger US Dollar. Even though the GBP/USD hit a daily low at 1.2190, buyers could hurdle the 1.2200 mark. It should be said that failure to achieve a daily close above 1.2300 could exacerbate a fall below 1.2200, which could extend to the 20-day EMA around 1.2135. Once cleared, the 200-day EMA would be up for grabs. On the flip side, buyers reclaiming 1.2300 can pave the way to the weekly high of 1.2343.
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2023.03.25 00:30 antonl99 [Store] Multiple Knives, Gloves & High tiers - BFK Sapphire/Ruby/BPearl, M9 Emerald, M9 Ruby, Kara Sapphire, M9 Crimson Web FN, AWP Dragon Lore MW, Kara Ruby 0.00 FLAWLESS, AK Wild Lotus FT, Stiletto Ruby/Sapp, AWP Gungnir FBS, AWP Prince, Bayo Rub/Sape, Vice Gloves MW and much more.

Hi dear friends, everything in my inventory is up for trade and up for sale.
(This List only contain items above $100 I have a lot more items in my inventory, check that out on my profile)
This list is not always up to date there is more unlisted items in my inventory! feel free to add me to discuss offers. The fastest way to get a response is to send me a direct trade offer through my trade link.
Links to my profile / trade offer
Steam Profile : https://steamcommunity.com/id/antonbeast/
Trade offer : https://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffenew/?partner=61414315&token=WGyxdHWU
Every item is up for trade, don't be afraid to send an offer!
Name Float Specifics Tradability B/O
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0074 - Tradable $16058.07
β˜… M9 Bayonet Gamma Doppler (Emerald) FN 0.0189 - Not tradeable $11511.81
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0335 - Tradable $10216.45
β˜… M9 Bayonet Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0655 - Tradable $9970.67
β˜… Karambit Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0095 - Tradable $8505.65
AWP Dragon Lore MW 0.0922 - Tradable $8324.68
AWP Gungnir BS 0.5239 - Not tradeable $6582.78
AWP Gungnir BS 0.4860 - Tradable $6582.78
AK-47 Wild Lotus FT 0.3033 - Tradable $6450.8
M4A4 Howl FN 0.0628 - Not tradeable $6085.86
β˜… M9 Bayonet Crimson Web FN 0.0659 - Tradable $5846.17
β˜… Bayonet Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0524 - Tradable $5323.36
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Black Pearl) FN 0.0642 - Tradable $4839.42
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice MW 0.1466 - Tradable $4648.7
β˜… Stiletto Knife Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0238 - Tradable $4340.81
β˜… Bayonet Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0639 - Tradable $4150.17
AWP Dragon Lore BS 0.6649 - Not tradeable $3812.88
β˜… Butterfly Knife Lore MW 0.1369 - Not tradeable $3758.62
β˜… Stiletto Knife Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0286 - Tradable $3746.88
M4A4 Howl FT 0.2022 - Not tradeable $3475.58
M4A4 Howl FT 0.1730 - Not tradeable $3475.58
β˜… M9 Bayonet Lore FN 0.0621 - Tradable $3372.93
β˜… Specialist Gloves Crimson Kimono MW 0.1306 - Tradable $3158.82
β˜… Butterfly Knife Fade FN 0.0064 - Tradable $2877.25
β˜… Butterfly Knife Fade FN 0.0599 - Tradable $2877.25
β˜… Butterfly Knife Fade FN 0.0195 - Tradable $2877.25
β˜… Ursus Knife Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0140 - Tradable $2801
AWP The Prince FT 0.2191 - Tradable $2786.19
M4A1-S Knight FN 0.0076 - Not tradeable $2698.34
ST β˜… Karambit Fade FN 0.0330 - Tradable $2505.94
β˜… Karambit Fade FN 0.0097 - Not tradeable $2406.58
β˜… Karambit Fade FN 0.0175 - Not tradeable $2406.58
β˜… Karambit Fade FN 0.0064 - Tradable $2406.58
AK-47 Gold Arabesque MW 0.0817 - Tradable $2258.62
β˜… Butterfly Knife Marble Fade FN 0.0094 - Not tradeable $2176.27
β˜… Butterfly Knife Marble Fade FN 0.0027 - Tradable $2176.27
β˜… Sport Gloves Hedge Maze FT 0.3660 - Not tradeable $2122.75
β˜… Sport Gloves Hedge Maze FT 0.2243 - Not tradeable $2122.75
β˜… Sport Gloves Hedge Maze FT 0.3721 - Tradable $2122.75
ST β˜… Butterfly Knife Marble Fade FN 0.0222 - Tradable $2082.42
AWP Medusa FT 0.2492 - Not tradeable $2053.09
β˜… Skeleton Knife Fade MW 0.0715 - Tradable $2036.66
AWP Desert Hydra MW 0.1062 - Tradable $2036.66
β˜… Skeleton Knife Fade FN 0.0161 - Tradable $2008.95
β˜… Skeleton Knife Fade FN 0.0277 - Tradable $2008.95
β˜… Specialist Gloves Emerald Web MW 0.1010 - Tradable $2003.81
β˜… Specialist Gloves Emerald Web MW 0.1193 - Tradable $2003.81
β˜… Butterfly Knife Crimson Web MW 0.1333 - Tradable $1994.28
β˜… Butterfly Knife Crimson Web MW 0.1366 - Tradable $1994.28
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Phase 2) FN 0.0150 - Tradable $1972.42
β˜… Huntsman Knife Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0343 - Not tradeable $1857.46
ST β˜… Karambit Autotronic FN 0.0684 - Tradable $1831.9
β˜… Butterfly Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) FN 0.0131 - Not tradeable $1759.79
ST β˜… Butterfly Knife Autotronic MW 0.0716 - Tradable $1759.79
β˜… Butterfly Knife 0.3854 - Not tradeable $1759.72
β˜… Butterfly Knife Autotronic MW 0.1237 - Not tradeable $1743.58
MP9 Wild Lily FN 0.0567 - Not tradeable $1737.79
β˜… Driver Gloves King Snake MW 0.1278 - Tradable $1700.4
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Phase 1) FN 0.0181 - Not tradeable $1686.46
β˜… Karambit Lore MW 0.1414 - Tradable $1684.56
β˜… M9 Bayonet Gamma Doppler (Phase 2) FN 0.0093 - Not tradeable $1670.04
β˜… M9 Bayonet Fade FN 0.0410 - Not tradeable $1613.14
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Phase 3) FN 0.0328 - Not tradeable $1598.47
β˜… Butterfly Knife Tiger Tooth FN 0.0091 - Not tradeable $1582.05
β˜… Butterfly Knife Tiger Tooth FN 0.0118 - Not tradeable $1582.05
β˜… Karambit Gamma Doppler (Phase 4) FN 0.0087 - Not tradeable $1508.58
ST AK-47 Fire Serpent FT 0.3628 - Tradable $1473.82
AK-47 Gold Arabesque 0.4238 - Tradable $1466.34
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.3689 - Not tradeable $1464.8
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.3097 - Not tradeable $1464.8
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.3621 - Not tradeable $1464.8
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.3673 - Tradable $1464.8
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.3688 - Tradable $1464.8
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.1675 - Tradable $1464.8
β˜… M9 Bayonet Marble Fade FN 0.0267 - Not tradeable $1459.16
β˜… M9 Bayonet Marble Fade FN 0.0488 - Tradable $1459.16
β˜… Karambit Doppler (Phase 2) FN 0.0116 - Tradable $1437.16
ST β˜… Bowie Knife Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0338 - Tradable $1437.16
β˜… Karambit Autotronic MW 0.0778 - Tradable $1429.68
β˜… Moto Gloves Spearmint FT 0.1570 - Tradable $1422.5
β˜… Sport Gloves Superconductor 0.4195 - Tradable $1388.77
ST β˜… Butterfly Knife Slaughter MW 0.1214 - Tradable $1371.17
M4A4 Poseidon FN 0.0623 - Not tradeable $1349.02
β˜… Talon Knife Fade FN 0.0255 - Tradable $1341.84
β˜… Talon Knife Fade FN 0.0314 - Tradable $1341.84
β˜… Talon Knife Fade FN 0.0318 - Tradable $1341.84
β˜… Talon Knife Fade FN 0.0350 - Tradable $1341.84
β˜… Bowie Knife Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0278 - Not tradeable $1303.42
β˜… Specialist Gloves Marble Fade MW 0.1411 - Tradable $1275.77
β˜… Karambit Slaughter FN 0.0428 - Tradable $1246.52
β˜… Butterfly Knife Slaughter FT 0.1680 - Not tradeable $1205.75
ST β˜… M9 Bayonet FT 0.2143 - Tradable $1203.4
β˜… M9 Bayonet FT 0.3756 - Tradable $1202.52
Glock-18 Fade FN 0.0135 - Not tradeable $1192.26
Glock-18 Fade FN 0.0095 - Tradable $1192.26
Glock-18 Fade FN 0.0034 - Tradable $1192.26
Glock-18 Fade FN 0.0268 - Tradable $1192.26
β˜… Karambit Tiger Tooth FN 0.0093 - Not tradeable $1164.39
β˜… Karambit Tiger Tooth FN 0.0101 - Not tradeable $1164.39
β˜… Karambit Autotronic FT 0.2471 - Not tradeable $1135.8
β˜… M9 Bayonet Lore FT 0.2804 - Tradable $1134.04
β˜… M9 Bayonet Lore FT 0.3037 - Tradable $1134.04
β˜… M9 Bayonet Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) FN 0.0318 - Tradable $1124.21
β˜… Skeleton Knife Crimson Web 0.3847 - Tradable $1091.66
β˜… Butterfly Knife Damascus Steel MW 0.1151 - Tradable $1050.89
β˜… Skeleton Knife Slaughter MW 0.1101 - Not tradeable $982.55
β˜… Skeleton Knife Slaughter MW 0.1205 - Tradable $982.55
AWP Fade FN 0.0333 - Not tradeable $921.47
ST β˜… M9 Bayonet Night MW 0.1379 - Tradable $878.43
AK-47 Hydroponic FT 0.1948 - Not tradeable $870.36
ST AK-47 Wasteland Rebel FN 0.0661 - Tradable $832.53
β˜… Sport Gloves Slingshot FT 0.3649 - Tradable $828.2
β˜… Specialist Gloves Crimson Web MW 0.1284 - Not tradeable $790.15
β˜… Specialist Gloves Crimson Web MW 0.1388 - Tradable $790.15
AK-47 Fire Serpent FT 0.2399 - Tradable $790.07
AK-47 Fire Serpent FT 0.3403 - Tradable $790.07
β˜… Karambit Damascus Steel FT 0.2188 - Not tradeable $788.9
β˜… Driver Gloves Black Tie MW 0.1460 - Tradable $754.95
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice BS 0.5773 - Tradable $746.44
ST AK-47 Vulcan MW 0.0722 - Not tradeable $718.43
ST β˜… Bayonet Slaughter FN 0.0411 - Tradable $715.65
β˜… Driver Gloves Snow Leopard FT 0.3314 - Not tradeable $710.95
β˜… Driver Gloves Snow Leopard FT 0.2648 - Tradable $710.95
β˜… Driver Gloves Snow Leopard FT 0.3166 - Tradable $710.95
β˜… Driver Gloves Snow Leopard FT 0.2522 - Tradable $710.95
ST β˜… Butterfly Knife Rust Coat BS 0.9229 - Tradable $688.95
β˜… M9 Bayonet Damascus Steel MW 0.1258 - Not tradeable $645.11
ST AK-47 Head Shot FN 0.0070 - Not tradeable $615.93
M4A1-S Hot Rod FN 0.0160 - Not tradeable $615.93
β˜… Specialist Gloves Emerald Web FT 0.1687 - Tradable $615.34
β˜… Specialist Gloves Tiger Strike FT 0.2467 - Tradable $611.53
β˜… Sport Gloves Scarlet Shamagh MW 0.1488 - Tradable $586.3
β˜… Sport Gloves Scarlet Shamagh MW 0.1354 - Tradable $586.3
β˜… Stiletto Knife Doppler (Phase 1) FN 0.0104 - Not tradeable $571.93
Desert Eagle Blaze FN 0.0084 - Not tradeable $557.27
Desert Eagle Blaze FN 0.0160 - Tradable $557.27
β˜… Flip Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) FN 0.0403 - Not tradeable $549.71
β˜… Survival Knife Fade FN 0.0337 - Tradable $542.6
β˜… Driver Gloves King Snake FT 0.2496 - Not tradeable $511.51
β˜… Driver Gloves King Snake FT 0.1555 - Tradable $511.51
ST USP-S Kill Confirmed FN 0.0698 - Not tradeable $498.31
ST USP-S Kill Confirmed FN 0.0694 - Tradable $498.31
β˜… Stiletto Knife Slaughter MW 0.1207 - Tradable $497.73
β˜… Specialist Gloves Emerald Web 0.3803 - Tradable $468.69
AK-47 Fire Serpent BS 0.5676 - Tradable $464.88
β˜… Flip Knife Doppler (Phase 3) FN 0.0233 - Not tradeable $449.63
AK-47 Vulcan MW 0.0975 - Tradable $446.84
β˜… Hand Wraps Cobalt Skulls FT 0.1818 - Not tradeable $441.41
β˜… Hand Wraps Cobalt Skulls FT 0.1693 - Tradable $441.41
β˜… Hand Wraps Cobalt Skulls FT 0.2104 - Tradable $441.41
β˜… Bowie Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 4) FN 0.0068 - Tradable $420.88
β˜… M9 Bayonet Boreal Forest FT 0.3764 - Not tradeable $395.88
M4A1-S Blue Phosphor FN 0.0158 - Not tradeable $381.14
M4A1-S Blue Phosphor FN 0.0438 - Tradable $381.14
Desert Eagle Fennec Fox FN 0.0176 - Not tradeable $329.89
Desert Eagle Fennec Fox FN 0.0678 - Tradable $329.89
β˜… Driver Gloves Imperial Plaid FT 0.1696 - Tradable $318.23
ST AK-47 Head Shot MW 0.1157 - Not tradeable $307.96
β˜… Nomad Knife Case Hardened 0.4454 - Tradable $293.15
β˜… Specialist Gloves Mogul FT 0.3086 - Not tradeable $226.57
ST USP-S Printstream MW 0.1271 - Tradable $203.11
β˜… Bowie Knife Case Hardened FT 0.2116 - Tradable $180.38
Glock-18 Gamma Doppler (Emerald) FT 0.1551 - Not tradeable $175.49
β˜… Shadow Daggers Tiger Tooth FN 0.0090 - Not tradeable $175.08
β˜… Moto Gloves Blood Pressure FT 0.1574 - Tradable $166.45
M4A4 Asiimov FT 0.2916 - Not tradeable $159.85
β˜… Survival Knife Case Hardened 0.4167 - Tradable $159.7
M4A1-S Printstream FT 0.3213 - Not tradeable $128.83
ST AWP Redline MW 0.1037 - Tradable $124.51
ST Desert Eagle Cobalt Disruption FN 0.0216 - Tradable $124.51
AWP Asiimov FT 0.2839 - Not tradeable $124.36
AWP Asiimov FT 0.2556 - Tradable $124.36
ST Desert Eagle Printstream MW 0.0842 - Not tradeable $120.25
ST AWP Chromatic Aberration FN 0.0666 - Tradable $106.91

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2023.03.25 00:30 antonl99 [Store] Multiple Knives, Gloves & High tiers - BFK Sapphire/Ruby/BPearl, M9 Emerald, M9 Ruby, Kara Sapphire, M9 Crimson Web FN, AWP Dragon Lore MW, Kara Ruby 0.00 FLAWLESS, AK Wild Lotus FT, Stiletto Ruby/Sapp, AWP Gungnir FBS, AWP Prince, Bayo Rub/Sape, Vice Gloves MW and much more.

Hi dear friends, everything in my inventory is up for trade and up for sale.
(This List only contain items above $100 I have a lot more items in my inventory, check that out on my profile)
This list is not always up to date there is more unlisted items in my inventory! feel free to add me to discuss offers. The fastest way to get a response is to send me a direct trade offer through my trade link.
Links to my profile / trade offer
Steam Profile : https://steamcommunity.com/id/antonbeast/
Trade offer : https://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffenew/?partner=61414315&token=WGyxdHWU
Every item is up for trade, don't be afraid to send an offer!
Name Float Specifics Tradability B/O
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0074 - Tradable $16058.07
β˜… M9 Bayonet Gamma Doppler (Emerald) FN 0.0189 - Not tradeable $11511.81
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0335 - Tradable $10216.45
β˜… M9 Bayonet Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0655 - Tradable $9970.67
β˜… Karambit Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0095 - Tradable $8505.65
AWP Dragon Lore MW 0.0922 - Tradable $8324.68
AWP Gungnir BS 0.5239 - Not tradeable $6582.78
AWP Gungnir BS 0.4860 - Tradable $6582.78
AK-47 Wild Lotus FT 0.3033 - Tradable $6450.8
M4A4 Howl FN 0.0628 - Not tradeable $6085.86
β˜… M9 Bayonet Crimson Web FN 0.0659 - Tradable $5846.17
β˜… Bayonet Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0524 - Tradable $5323.36
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Black Pearl) FN 0.0642 - Tradable $4839.42
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice MW 0.1466 - Tradable $4648.7
β˜… Stiletto Knife Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0238 - Tradable $4340.81
β˜… Bayonet Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0639 - Tradable $4150.17
AWP Dragon Lore BS 0.6649 - Not tradeable $3812.88
β˜… Butterfly Knife Lore MW 0.1369 - Not tradeable $3758.62
β˜… Stiletto Knife Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0286 - Tradable $3746.88
M4A4 Howl FT 0.2022 - Not tradeable $3475.58
M4A4 Howl FT 0.1730 - Not tradeable $3475.58
β˜… M9 Bayonet Lore FN 0.0621 - Tradable $3372.93
β˜… Specialist Gloves Crimson Kimono MW 0.1306 - Tradable $3158.82
β˜… Butterfly Knife Fade FN 0.0064 - Tradable $2877.25
β˜… Butterfly Knife Fade FN 0.0599 - Tradable $2877.25
β˜… Butterfly Knife Fade FN 0.0195 - Tradable $2877.25
β˜… Ursus Knife Doppler (Ruby) FN 0.0140 - Tradable $2801
AWP The Prince FT 0.2191 - Tradable $2786.19
M4A1-S Knight FN 0.0076 - Not tradeable $2698.34
ST β˜… Karambit Fade FN 0.0330 - Tradable $2505.94
β˜… Karambit Fade FN 0.0097 - Not tradeable $2406.58
β˜… Karambit Fade FN 0.0175 - Not tradeable $2406.58
β˜… Karambit Fade FN 0.0064 - Tradable $2406.58
AK-47 Gold Arabesque MW 0.0817 - Tradable $2258.62
β˜… Butterfly Knife Marble Fade FN 0.0094 - Not tradeable $2176.27
β˜… Butterfly Knife Marble Fade FN 0.0027 - Tradable $2176.27
β˜… Sport Gloves Hedge Maze FT 0.3660 - Not tradeable $2122.75
β˜… Sport Gloves Hedge Maze FT 0.2243 - Not tradeable $2122.75
β˜… Sport Gloves Hedge Maze FT 0.3721 - Tradable $2122.75
ST β˜… Butterfly Knife Marble Fade FN 0.0222 - Tradable $2082.42
AWP Medusa FT 0.2492 - Not tradeable $2053.09
β˜… Skeleton Knife Fade MW 0.0715 - Tradable $2036.66
AWP Desert Hydra MW 0.1062 - Tradable $2036.66
β˜… Skeleton Knife Fade FN 0.0161 - Tradable $2008.95
β˜… Skeleton Knife Fade FN 0.0277 - Tradable $2008.95
β˜… Specialist Gloves Emerald Web MW 0.1010 - Tradable $2003.81
β˜… Specialist Gloves Emerald Web MW 0.1193 - Tradable $2003.81
β˜… Butterfly Knife Crimson Web MW 0.1333 - Tradable $1994.28
β˜… Butterfly Knife Crimson Web MW 0.1366 - Tradable $1994.28
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Phase 2) FN 0.0150 - Tradable $1972.42
β˜… Huntsman Knife Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0343 - Not tradeable $1857.46
ST β˜… Karambit Autotronic FN 0.0684 - Tradable $1831.9
β˜… Butterfly Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) FN 0.0131 - Not tradeable $1759.79
ST β˜… Butterfly Knife Autotronic MW 0.0716 - Tradable $1759.79
β˜… Butterfly Knife 0.3854 - Not tradeable $1759.72
β˜… Butterfly Knife Autotronic MW 0.1237 - Not tradeable $1743.58
MP9 Wild Lily FN 0.0567 - Not tradeable $1737.79
β˜… Driver Gloves King Snake MW 0.1278 - Tradable $1700.4
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Phase 1) FN 0.0181 - Not tradeable $1686.46
β˜… Karambit Lore MW 0.1414 - Tradable $1684.56
β˜… M9 Bayonet Gamma Doppler (Phase 2) FN 0.0093 - Not tradeable $1670.04
β˜… M9 Bayonet Fade FN 0.0410 - Not tradeable $1613.14
β˜… Butterfly Knife Doppler (Phase 3) FN 0.0328 - Not tradeable $1598.47
β˜… Butterfly Knife Tiger Tooth FN 0.0091 - Not tradeable $1582.05
β˜… Butterfly Knife Tiger Tooth FN 0.0118 - Not tradeable $1582.05
β˜… Karambit Gamma Doppler (Phase 4) FN 0.0087 - Not tradeable $1508.58
ST AK-47 Fire Serpent FT 0.3628 - Tradable $1473.82
AK-47 Gold Arabesque 0.4238 - Tradable $1466.34
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.3689 - Not tradeable $1464.8
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.3097 - Not tradeable $1464.8
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.3621 - Not tradeable $1464.8
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.3673 - Tradable $1464.8
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.3688 - Tradable $1464.8
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice FT 0.1675 - Tradable $1464.8
β˜… M9 Bayonet Marble Fade FN 0.0267 - Not tradeable $1459.16
β˜… M9 Bayonet Marble Fade FN 0.0488 - Tradable $1459.16
β˜… Karambit Doppler (Phase 2) FN 0.0116 - Tradable $1437.16
ST β˜… Bowie Knife Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0338 - Tradable $1437.16
β˜… Karambit Autotronic MW 0.0778 - Tradable $1429.68
β˜… Moto Gloves Spearmint FT 0.1570 - Tradable $1422.5
β˜… Sport Gloves Superconductor 0.4195 - Tradable $1388.77
ST β˜… Butterfly Knife Slaughter MW 0.1214 - Tradable $1371.17
M4A4 Poseidon FN 0.0623 - Not tradeable $1349.02
β˜… Talon Knife Fade FN 0.0255 - Tradable $1341.84
β˜… Talon Knife Fade FN 0.0314 - Tradable $1341.84
β˜… Talon Knife Fade FN 0.0318 - Tradable $1341.84
β˜… Talon Knife Fade FN 0.0350 - Tradable $1341.84
β˜… Bowie Knife Doppler (Sapphire) FN 0.0278 - Not tradeable $1303.42
β˜… Specialist Gloves Marble Fade MW 0.1411 - Tradable $1275.77
β˜… Karambit Slaughter FN 0.0428 - Tradable $1246.52
β˜… Butterfly Knife Slaughter FT 0.1680 - Not tradeable $1205.75
ST β˜… M9 Bayonet FT 0.2143 - Tradable $1203.4
β˜… M9 Bayonet FT 0.3756 - Tradable $1202.52
Glock-18 Fade FN 0.0135 - Not tradeable $1192.26
Glock-18 Fade FN 0.0095 - Tradable $1192.26
Glock-18 Fade FN 0.0034 - Tradable $1192.26
Glock-18 Fade FN 0.0268 - Tradable $1192.26
β˜… Karambit Tiger Tooth FN 0.0093 - Not tradeable $1164.39
β˜… Karambit Tiger Tooth FN 0.0101 - Not tradeable $1164.39
β˜… Karambit Autotronic FT 0.2471 - Not tradeable $1135.8
β˜… M9 Bayonet Lore FT 0.2804 - Tradable $1134.04
β˜… M9 Bayonet Lore FT 0.3037 - Tradable $1134.04
β˜… M9 Bayonet Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) FN 0.0318 - Tradable $1124.21
β˜… Skeleton Knife Crimson Web 0.3847 - Tradable $1091.66
β˜… Butterfly Knife Damascus Steel MW 0.1151 - Tradable $1050.89
β˜… Skeleton Knife Slaughter MW 0.1101 - Not tradeable $982.55
β˜… Skeleton Knife Slaughter MW 0.1205 - Tradable $982.55
AWP Fade FN 0.0333 - Not tradeable $921.47
ST β˜… M9 Bayonet Night MW 0.1379 - Tradable $878.43
AK-47 Hydroponic FT 0.1948 - Not tradeable $870.36
ST AK-47 Wasteland Rebel FN 0.0661 - Tradable $832.53
β˜… Sport Gloves Slingshot FT 0.3649 - Tradable $828.2
β˜… Specialist Gloves Crimson Web MW 0.1284 - Not tradeable $790.15
β˜… Specialist Gloves Crimson Web MW 0.1388 - Tradable $790.15
AK-47 Fire Serpent FT 0.2399 - Tradable $790.07
AK-47 Fire Serpent FT 0.3403 - Tradable $790.07
β˜… Karambit Damascus Steel FT 0.2188 - Not tradeable $788.9
β˜… Driver Gloves Black Tie MW 0.1460 - Tradable $754.95
β˜… Sport Gloves Vice BS 0.5773 - Tradable $746.44
ST AK-47 Vulcan MW 0.0722 - Not tradeable $718.43
ST β˜… Bayonet Slaughter FN 0.0411 - Tradable $715.65
β˜… Driver Gloves Snow Leopard FT 0.3314 - Not tradeable $710.95
β˜… Driver Gloves Snow Leopard FT 0.2648 - Tradable $710.95
β˜… Driver Gloves Snow Leopard FT 0.3166 - Tradable $710.95
β˜… Driver Gloves Snow Leopard FT 0.2522 - Tradable $710.95
ST β˜… Butterfly Knife Rust Coat BS 0.9229 - Tradable $688.95
β˜… M9 Bayonet Damascus Steel MW 0.1258 - Not tradeable $645.11
ST AK-47 Head Shot FN 0.0070 - Not tradeable $615.93
M4A1-S Hot Rod FN 0.0160 - Not tradeable $615.93
β˜… Specialist Gloves Emerald Web FT 0.1687 - Tradable $615.34
β˜… Specialist Gloves Tiger Strike FT 0.2467 - Tradable $611.53
β˜… Sport Gloves Scarlet Shamagh MW 0.1488 - Tradable $586.3
β˜… Sport Gloves Scarlet Shamagh MW 0.1354 - Tradable $586.3
β˜… Stiletto Knife Doppler (Phase 1) FN 0.0104 - Not tradeable $571.93
Desert Eagle Blaze FN 0.0084 - Not tradeable $557.27
Desert Eagle Blaze FN 0.0160 - Tradable $557.27
β˜… Flip Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) FN 0.0403 - Not tradeable $549.71
β˜… Survival Knife Fade FN 0.0337 - Tradable $542.6
β˜… Driver Gloves King Snake FT 0.2496 - Not tradeable $511.51
β˜… Driver Gloves King Snake FT 0.1555 - Tradable $511.51
ST USP-S Kill Confirmed FN 0.0698 - Not tradeable $498.31
ST USP-S Kill Confirmed FN 0.0694 - Tradable $498.31
β˜… Stiletto Knife Slaughter MW 0.1207 - Tradable $497.73
β˜… Specialist Gloves Emerald Web 0.3803 - Tradable $468.69
AK-47 Fire Serpent BS 0.5676 - Tradable $464.88
β˜… Flip Knife Doppler (Phase 3) FN 0.0233 - Not tradeable $449.63
AK-47 Vulcan MW 0.0975 - Tradable $446.84
β˜… Hand Wraps Cobalt Skulls FT 0.1818 - Not tradeable $441.41
β˜… Hand Wraps Cobalt Skulls FT 0.1693 - Tradable $441.41
β˜… Hand Wraps Cobalt Skulls FT 0.2104 - Tradable $441.41
β˜… Bowie Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 4) FN 0.0068 - Tradable $420.88
β˜… M9 Bayonet Boreal Forest FT 0.3764 - Not tradeable $395.88
M4A1-S Blue Phosphor FN 0.0158 - Not tradeable $381.14
M4A1-S Blue Phosphor FN 0.0438 - Tradable $381.14
Desert Eagle Fennec Fox FN 0.0176 - Not tradeable $329.89
Desert Eagle Fennec Fox FN 0.0678 - Tradable $329.89
β˜… Driver Gloves Imperial Plaid FT 0.1696 - Tradable $318.23
ST AK-47 Head Shot MW 0.1157 - Not tradeable $307.96
β˜… Nomad Knife Case Hardened 0.4454 - Tradable $293.15
β˜… Specialist Gloves Mogul FT 0.3086 - Not tradeable $226.57
ST USP-S Printstream MW 0.1271 - Tradable $203.11
β˜… Bowie Knife Case Hardened FT 0.2116 - Tradable $180.38
Glock-18 Gamma Doppler (Emerald) FT 0.1551 - Not tradeable $175.49
β˜… Shadow Daggers Tiger Tooth FN 0.0090 - Not tradeable $175.08
β˜… Moto Gloves Blood Pressure FT 0.1574 - Tradable $166.45
M4A4 Asiimov FT 0.2916 - Not tradeable $159.85
β˜… Survival Knife Case Hardened 0.4167 - Tradable $159.7
M4A1-S Printstream FT 0.3213 - Not tradeable $128.83
ST AWP Redline MW 0.1037 - Tradable $124.51
ST Desert Eagle Cobalt Disruption FN 0.0216 - Tradable $124.51
AWP Asiimov FT 0.2839 - Not tradeable $124.36
AWP Asiimov FT 0.2556 - Tradable $124.36
ST Desert Eagle Printstream MW 0.0842 - Not tradeable $120.25
ST AWP Chromatic Aberration FN 0.0666 - Tradable $106.91

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2023.03.25 00:08 next3days For anyone looking for something to do this weekend, here's some ideas....

There's a lot going on this weekend and even better the weather forecast looks great with 60s and 70s and only a little rain on Saturday morning.
Here's 35 local events you can enjoy at Virginia Tech, in Blacksburg and throughout the New River Valley:
1. Pink Moon Peach Milkshake IPA Release Moon Hollow Brewing, Blacksburg Friday, March 24, 2023, 3:00 - 10:00 PM Admission is free. Beer and food are regular price. Moon Hollow Brewing presents the Pink Moon Peach Milkshake IPA Release in support of the local Pink Boots Society. This year’s blend contains Loral, Eukanot and HBC 586. A heaping dose of lactose, peach purΓ©e and vanilla bean also help create a rich and delicious brew. $1.00 from each pint is donated the Pink Boots Society Blue Ridge Virginia Chapter. This helps the chapter continue to put on educational, community enriching events. The Pink Boots Society aims to assist, inspire and encourage women and non-binary individuals in the fermented/alcoholic beverage industry to advance their careers through education. Food will be available for purchase from Countryman Jamaican Grill. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685855
2. Root Down in Concert Rising Silo Farm Brewery, Blacksburg Friday, March 24, 2023, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: Free Root Down is a jazz trio based in the New River Valley. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=684803
3. College Softball: Chattanooga vs. Virginia Tech Tech Softball Park, Virginia Tech Friday, March 24, 2023, 6:00 - 8:00 PM, Saturday, March 25, 2023, 12:00 PM and 2:00 PM (Doubleheader) Admission: Free Watch the Virginia Tech Softball team compete against non-conference opponent the University of Tennessee Chattanooga in a three game series. No tickets are required for Hokie Softball games. Parking is available behind the outfield at Tech Softball Park and enter along the right field side of the stadium. Stands open one hour prior to the start of the game. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685859
4. Music Theatre: "Book of Mountains and Seas" Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg Friday, March 24, 2023, 7:30 - 9:00 PM Adult Tickets (based on seat location): $25.00 - $55.00 Virginia Tech Students with ID and Youth 18 & Under: $10.00 A daring new music theatre work by composer Huang Ruo and puppeteer, designer, and director Basil Twist, "Book of Mountains and Seas" is a modern take on ancient Chinese creation myths that are relevant to our current climate change struggle, featuring the chorus of Ars Nova Copenhagen alongside massive puppets and striking lanterns. The work is sung in Mandarin with English supertitles. Book of Mountains and Seas is inspired by the ancient Chinese compilation of early myths of the same title, which was first transcribed in 4th-century B.C. Book of Mountains and Seas is a 21st-century adaptation and expansion of four of these tales. The work contains timeless codes about the universe, creation, planet, nature, life, human ambition and fate, the relationship and interaction between mankind and the planet. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=678174
5. Will Easter & The Nomads in Concert Dogtown Roadhouse, Floyd Friday, March 24, 2023, 8:00 - 11:00 PM Admission: $8.00 Will Easter has one of those voices that is like a home-cooked meal for the soul. Will has the cool throwback rock edge of Tom Petty with the modern folk-Americana appeal of the Avett Brothers, but with something hard to put your finger on that could only be born out of the shadows and peaks of the North Carolina mountains. One iteration through a chorus and you’ll find yourself humming along, by the second time around you’ll be singing out loud, ready to hit the repeat button. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=684795
6. Juxtaposition A Cappella Spring 2023 Concert: Time For A Hoedown Haymarket Theater (Squires Student Center), Virginia Tech Friday, March 24, 2023, 8:00 - 9:30 PM Virginia Tech Students: At the Door: $7.00 Non-Students: $10.00 Juxtaposition A Cappella presents their Spring 2023 Concert titled "Time For A Hoedown". Juxtaposition will be performing seven new songs including their entire ICCA set. Juxtaposition is an all-male Virginia Tech A Capella group that was established in 1994 and has since produced seven albums and been awarded numerous awards and honors. They enjoy performing their wide repertoire of 70's, 80's, 90's and current hits. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685879
7. 2023 Ramp N Roads Eastern Elementary/Middle School, Pembroke Saturday, March 25, 2023, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM Admission: Free Renew the New presents the 2023 Ramp N Roads where volunteers will be cleaning up litter from highways and byways, boat ramps, and river & stream access points. Be prepared to pick up litter off road in ditches and over the banks. Each volunteer will be assigned a team who will be led by captain when they arrive at Eastern Elementary/Middle School. These captains will lead the on-site clean up and will provide any needed safety instructions. There will be no buses running this year. Each volunteer will take their own car or carpool and convoy to one of the planned cleanup areas. There you will be given gloves and bags to use. Each volunteer is asked to return to Eastern Elementary at noon where they will receive pizza for a to-go lunch and a t-shirt. Volunteers need to sign up in advance. This is a rain or shine event however pick up along roadways will be suspended during active rain if it happens. ReNew The New is a volunteer organization committed to stewardship of the of the New River flowing through Southwest Virginia. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685871
8. Yoga On Tap with Blacksburg Yoga Collective Rising Silo Farm Brewery, Blacksburg Saturday, March 25, 2023, 9:30 - 10:45 AM Suggested donation of $15.00-$20.00. The Blacksburg Yoga Collective presents Yoga On Tap with an energizing and uplifting flow. Flow with Blacksburg Yoga Collective in the beautiful settings of the Rising Silo Saturdays. These Kundalini-inspired, donation-based Yoga and meditation sessions focus on therapeutic movements and various breathing techniques aimed toward collective wellness. Meditate, chant, and move together to ease stress, manifest positivity, and improve our awareness and focus. Admission includes the class and a post-yoga non-alcoholic beverage from the brewery. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685840
9. 2023 Warm Hearth Village Arts & Crafts Fair Warm Hearth Village Center, Blacksburg Saturday, March 25, 2023, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Admission: Free If you love unique, beautiful, locally handcrafted gifts and art, then attend the 2nd Annual Warm Hearth Village Arts & Crafts Fair. The show will feature high-quality artisanal goods from both artists on our campus and throughout the New River Valley. Handmade items for sale will include pottery, woodworking, home goods, accessories, soaps, candles & more. The Huckleberry Cafe will be open for grab-n-go refreshments. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=683666
10. Free Wine Tasting Vintage Cellar, Blacksburg Saturday, March 25, 2023, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM Admission: Free Vintage Cellar presents Free Wine Tasting every Saturday from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Join them for a decadent wine tasting at our free wine tasting. They will teach you all about the regions and grapes from the wines as you taste. After the tasing, grab a bottle or glass and enjoy it with some food from their kitchen. Must be 21 or older to participate. IDs required. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685724
11. Open Virginia Tech Football Practice Lane Stadium, Blacksburg Saturday, March 25, 2023, 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM Admission: Free Fans are invited to attend the open practice to get an early look at how the Hokie's 2023 football squad is shaping up. Gate 6 will open up at 11:45 AM for fans to enter. Note: It is prohibited for fans to take photos and videos when the Hokies are on the field. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685711
12. 2023 Beliveau Bridal Expo Beliveau Farm Winery, Blacksburg Saturday, March 25, 2023, 12:00 - 4:00 PM Admission: Free Bring your friends and family and visit with the area's leading wedding professionals on display to plan your perfect wedding in an elegant venue. Wedding vendors such as florists, musicians, photographers, bakeries and more will set up in our Great Hall to talk to you about their services. This is a great opportunity to meet many of the vendors in one afternoon. Food and wine will be available to purchase throughout the entire event. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=684117
13. Women's Lacrosse: Boston College vs. Virginia Tech Thompson Field, Virginia Tech Saturday, March 25, 2023, 12:00 - 2:00 PM Admission: Free Watch the Virginia Tech Women's Lacrosse compete against ACC conference opponent and #7 ranked Boston College. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=684297
14. Program: Vegetable Gardening Meadowbrook Public Library, Shawsville Saturday, March 25, 2023, 1:00 - 2:00 PM Admission: Free Want to grow your own vegetables, but aren’t sure where to start? Join Dr. Emma Patterson, VCE Volunteer Master Gardener, to find out more about planning a vegetable garden, caring for it, and keeping it going through year’s end. Free seeds and soil testing kits will be provided. For ages 12 and up. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685348
15. 2023 Oyster Dinner Drive-Thru Riner Volunteer Fire Department, Riner Saturday, March 25, 2023, 2:00 - 6:00 PM Admission: $15.00 The Riner Volunteer Fire Department presents their Annual Oyster Dinner Drive-Thru featuring fried oysters, baked beans, slaw and dessert. Tickets can be purchased in advanced at Eagle Express, Riner Food Center and Village Barber Shop. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685387
16. Delta Chi's Into the Wild Benefit Concert featuring Audio Fever and The Red Ferns The Milk Parlor, Blacksburg Saturday, March 25, 2023, 2:00 - 5:00 PM Ages 21 & Over: $9.00, Ages 20 & Under: $12.00 The Delta Chi Fraternity at Virginia Tech presents their Into the Wild Benefit Concert featuring music from Audio Fever and The Red Ferns. Proceeds from ticket sales will go towards the V Foundation for Cancer Research. The Red Ferns is a groovy guitar band based in Blacksburg and Audio Fever is a Blacksburg based band as well. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685882
17. March Flashlight Tour St. Albans, Radford Saturday, March 25, 2023, 5:30 - 7:30 PM Admission: $15.00 Join St. Abans for their March 2023 Flashlight Tour which includes a little history and paranormal in one. This is a guided tour. Take a walk through the dark halls of St. Albans Sanatorium and join them for a flashlight tour of the building. Hear all the chilling tales of what paranormal investigators, and the public, have encountered within these 120 year old walls. A little bit of history, a little bit of paranormal. Tickets are available online in advance and will be sold at the door provided tickets are still available. Comfortable shoes and a flashlight are recommended as there will be lots of walking and many dark areas. Dress accordingly as the building is not climate controlled. You must be 18 years of age (16 if accompanied by a parent or legal guardian). Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685883
18. March's Beans and Banjos (Final Event) Meadowbrook Public Library, Shawsville Saturday, March 25, 2023, 6:00 - 8:00 PM Admission: $5.00 requested donation The Shawsville Ruritans and The LINC Letter presents March's Beans and Banjos and the final event of this series. Nothing lasts forever, not even Beans and Banjos. March's Beans and Banjos will be the last. Instead of having a couple of bands the organizers are inviting everyone who's ever played or sung at Beans and Banjos to come out and jam to play Beans and Banjos out in style. Beans and Banjos has been going for at least 14 years. Enjoy a dinner of beans, cornbread and desserts. Organizers ask for a donation of at least $5.00 to help keep the LINC Letter publishing. The LINC Letter is the non-profit community newsletter for Eastern Montgomery and is distributed to residents of Alleghany, Elliston, Ironto, Lafayette and Shawsville, Virginia. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685325
19. Amelia Empson in Concert Rising Silo Farm Brewery, Blacksburg Saturday, March 25, 2023, 6:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: Free Amelia Empson plays a variety of Indie-Folk and Americana covers and originals from the Appalachian Mountains with talent far beyond her years. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=684804
20. Salsa Night 2023 Beliveau Farm Winery, Blacksburg Saturday, March 25, 2023, 7:00 - 11:00 PM Advance Tickets: $12.00, At the Door: $15.00 Join Beliveau Farm Winery for a dancing experience with your loved one, group of friends, or come single; you are bound to have a good time no matter what. Lessons begin at 7:00 PM and the event lasts until 11:00 PM. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685126
21. 2023 March of Ales Mardi Gras Celebration German Club Manor, Virginia Tech Saturday, March 25, 2023, 7:00 PM - 12:00 AM Admission: $50.00 The Blacksburg Junior Women's Club (BJWC) presents the 2023 March of Ales Mardi Gras Celebration featuring unique beers for tasting, along with wine and a signature cocktail. Coffee, water, lemonade, hors d’oeuvres and desserts will also be available. Guests will enjoy entertainment by a DJ, dancing, and a live and silent auction. The auctions feature an extraordinary variety of items donated by local businesses and individuals. At the end of the evening, discounted Uber service will be available to guests. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door if the event is not sold out in advance. All money raised at March of Ales is used to fund service projects and donations throughout the year. The funds have benefitted groups and causes such as Special Olympics, Salvation Army, Ronald McDonald House, Montgomery County Christmas Store and many others. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685695
22. WUVT's Jazz Night with Copy Cat Syndrome and Yung LZRD Odd Fellows Building Lodge #20 (Wilson Avenue), Blacksburg Saturday, March 25, 2023, 7:00 - 10:00 PM Admission: $6.00 Join WUVT for a night filled with the sweetest jazz melodies provided by Copy Cat Syndrome and Yung LZRD. Copy Cat Syndrome is a fusion trio performing jazz based in Blacksburg, VA. LZRD is a jazz band from Blacksburg, VA. Entrance to this event is ticket only (sold online) with a maximum of 50 being sold. Doors open at 6:00 PM and the music starts at 7:00 PM. WUVT-FM 90.7 Blacksburg is the New River Valley's only source for independent, alternative programming. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685887
23. TechNotes Spring 2023 Concert: TechNotes Lightnin’: Feeling the 50s Haymarket Theater (Squires Student Center), Virginia Tech Saturday, March 25, 2023, 7:00 - 8:30 PM Advance Tickets: $5.00, At the Door: $7.00 TechNotes presents their Spring 2023 Concert titled "TechNotes Lightnin’: Feeling the 50s". Enjoy a night full of new songs and old TechNotes favorites and chances to win epic raffle prizes. TechNotes is a co-ed A Cappella group at Virginia Tech that performs at various events throughout the year. TechNotes was founded in 2010. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685878
24. Caroline Owens & Company in Concert Floyd Country Store, Floyd Saturday, March 25, 2023, 7:00 - 10:00 PM General Admission: $15.00, Reserved Seating: $20.00 Caroline Owens is a 2X IBMA nominated Bluegrass and Gospel artist. She has performed alongside many of her heroes such as Alison Krauss, Suzanne Cox, The Isaacs, Larry Gatlin, Darin & Brooke Aldridge, Lorraine Jordan and many others. And, has made quite a name for herself in the North Carolina bluegrass community. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685713
25. Hoppie Vaughan & The Ministers of Soul in Concert The Floyd Center for the Arts, Floyd Saturday, March 25, 2023, 7:30 - 9:30 PM General Public: $15.00, Students: $10.00 Don't miss your chance to see the long awaited return of Hoppie Vaughan & The Ministers of Soul. It will be a fun, funky night of soul. The diversely talented Hoppie Vaughan is all about the soul! He is a blue eyed soul singer, song writer, guitar and bass player. Besides performing solo, he is the front man for Hoppie Vaughan and the Ministers of Soul based out of Roanoke, VA performing classic soul, R&B, blues and funk. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685712
26. Three Band Concert with Kenny Vaughan, Sullivan Smith & Stray Lions and Friend of the Three Southpaw Cafe & Community Space, Blacksburg Saturday, March 25, 2023, 7:30 - 10:00 PM Admission: $5.00 Southpaw Cafe & Community Space presents a Three Band Concert with Kenny Vaughan, Sullivan Smith & Stray Lions and Friend of the Three. Friend of the Three is a band based in Virginia that performs adult alternative, pop and rock. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685881
27. Stand-Up Comedy Show Lost In Taste, Christiansburg Saturday, March 25, 2023, 10:00 PM - TBD Admission: $7.00 The Cosmic Comedy Club returns with performances by comedians Sage Delong, Derek Budd, Julia Goyer, Tony Rodriguez, Jermaine Callando and hosted by Andrew Gustafson. Recommended for ages 18 & up. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685853
28. 2023 Hot Diggity Dog Day (Fun for Your Dog) Beliveau Farm Winery, Blacksburg Sunday, March 26, 2023, 12:00 - 6:00 PM Admission: Free Bring your pup and come have a day at Beliveau Farm Winery annual canine event. There's 165 acres of dog fun for your furrr-ever friend to explore and relax. Fresh air, dog parade, lots of outdoor space. Beliveau will have food and drinks for purchase throughout the day. With every hot-dog sold, they are donating 20% of our proceeds to the Montgomery County Humane Society. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685322
29. Community Quilting Bee: Rotary Cutting Fabric Blacksburg Library, Blacksburg Sunday, March 26, 2023, 1:00 - 3:00 PM Admission: Free Blacksburg Library presents their monthly Community Quilting Bee with the the topic "Rotary Cutting Fabric". This month atteneeds will learn how to use a rotary cutter and ruler to make accurate fabric pieces. Everyone is welcome including beginners. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685349
30. Book Club: The Winemaker Blacksburg Wine Lab, Blacksburg Sunday, March 26, 2023, 1:00 - 3:00 PM Admission: $40.00 Join the Blacksburg Wine Lab for the Wine Lab Book Club tasting & discussing featuring "The Winemaker" by Noah Gordon. About The Winemaker: Josep Alvarez is a young man in the tiny grape-growing village of Santa EulΓ‘lia, in northern Spain, where his father grows black grapes that are turned into cheap vinegar. Joseph loves the agricultural life, but he is the second son, and his father’s vineyard will be inherited by his brother Donat, the firstborn. He yearns for a job growing grapes and for an opportunity to marry Teresa Gallego. In Madrid, an assassination plot, conceived against the political leader of Spain by men of wealth and power, creates a storm of intrigue that sucks into its vortex a group of innocent young farm workers in Santa EulΓ‘lia. How Josep’s life is changed drastically by these events, and how, ironically, they gradually turn him into an inspired vintner with an evolving vision of life, is the fascinating story of "The Winemaker". During the Book Club, enjoy four fantastic Spanish wines to taste. Chef Bryan will create a pairing board of house–made Spanish tapas, cheese and charcuterie to accompany the tasting. Reservations required. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685385
31. Willard Gayheart and Ricky Cox performing "Old Favorite Songs of the Blue Ridge" Floyd United Methodist Church, Floyd Sunday, March 26, 2023, 2:30 - 3:30 PM Admission: Free The Floyd County Historical Society presents an encore performance of Willard Gayheart and Ricky Cox performing "Old Favorite Songs of the Blue Ridge. Ricky Cox’s friendship with Willard Gayheart also goes back 35 years. This shows in the programs they present together, harmonizing and appreciating one another’s contributions as they delight their audiences. Willard is a pencil artist from Southwest Virginia. He is originally from Eastern Kentucky, working mostly from the theme "Nostalgic Glimpses of the Appalachians". His works are positive images of Appalachian Culture, presenting the region as a place alive with interesting personalities. Besides his artistic talent with the pencil, Willard is also an accomplished bluegrass musician having played as a member of the bluegrass band The Highlanders. Ricky Cox has been entertaining and educating many of us for decades. Throughout his teaching career at Radford University he shared the history and culture of our region through his music and writing, earning a number of special recognitions along the way. Ricky contributed his photographic talents to the second of two books featuring Willard Gayheart’s drawings. Note: The event was originally scheduled for Sunday, March 12th, but had to be postponed due to inclement weather. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685328
32. Blacksburg Community Band Spring Concert Blacksburg High School Auditorium, Blacksburg Sunday, March 26, 2023, 3:00 - 4:00 PM Admission: Free The Blacksburg Community Band presents their Spring Concert conducted by David McKee and Associate Conductor, Dean Chiapetto. Christiansburg High School's band director, David Miller, will be guest conducting. Jefferson Ritchie will solo on trombone. The Blacksburg Community Band, Inc. is an all-volunteer community organization formed in 1989 under the auspices of the Department of Parks and Recreation in the Town of Blacksburg. The ensemble is open to individuals of all ages and ability levels from the New River Valley and surrounding areas. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685314
33. Helping Hands Fundraiser with Spaghetti Dinner and Live Music Belview United Methodist Church, Radford Sunday, March 26, 2023, 4:30 - 7:30 PM Donations Appreciated Join Belview United Methodist Church for some fun and great fellowship all while helping support a wonderful mission. Help them fund their Helping Hands Pantry by enjoying a spaghetti dinner starting at 4:30 PM, silent auction, raffle and live music from Eddie & Sherry Richards and Spoken For beginning at 6 PM. Belview's Helping Hands Pantry supplies clothes, personal care items, cleaning items and household items to those in need in Montgomery County, Radford, Dublin, Giles County and Pulaski and other surrounding areas. The Silent Auction starts at 1:30 PM and ends at 7:30 PM with over 40 items to bid on. There are over $2,000 in prizes for the raffle. Raffle tickets are $5.00 each, $10.00 for three or $20.00 for seven. Donate a pack of diapers, pull-ups or Depends and get three free raffle tickets on the day of the event. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685880
34. Indian Run Stringband in Concert Palisades Restaurant, Eggleston Sunday, March 26, 2023, 5:00 - 7:30 PM Admission: Free The Indian Run Stringband from Blacksburg, VA plays fiddle and banjo foot stomping dance tunes and sings traditional songs with old time harmonies perfect for dancing the two step. From dance tunes to the blues, the Indian Run Stringband plays with love and abandon. They make old-time music fresh and new. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685310
35. Virginia Tech Percussion Ensemble in Concert with Guest Artist Michael Burritt Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg Sunday, March 26, 2023, 6:00 - 7:30 PM General Public: $15.00, Seniors: $12.00, Students & Youth: $10.00 The Virginia Tech Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Annie Stevens, performs a concert with guest artist Michael Burritt who is one of his generation’s leading percussionists. He is in frequent demand, performing concert tours and master classes throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia and Canada. He has been soloist with the United States Air Force Band, Dallas Wind Symphony, Omaha Symphony, Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra, Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Ju Percussion Group (Taiwan), Percussion Art Quartet (Germany) and the Amores Percussion Group (Spain). Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=685872
Have a great weekend and thanks for reading!
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2023.03.24 22:52 Stupid_Bullets [Store] TX AP Stabs, Jerrzi switches, Gazzew restock,s and more.

Restocks galore and new TX "Almost Perfect" Stabilizers at Stupid Bullets Tech!
All orders are shipped within 24 hours (the same day if before 10 am, except Sundays and holidays). We are based in Oregon.
Updates and quick links:

New!

TX "Almost Perfect" AP Stabilizers have just hit the shelves. These are the newest iteration of TX's stabilizers that have been widely beloved in the community. Housings have been made thicker and rounder to take one step further at eliminating that pesky rattle and wobble!
Jerrzi:
For an idea of push feel, check out Theremin Goat's measured force curves for the Violet and Seashell. These have amazing tolerances, especially for their price. Tight tops and "the closest thing to no stem wobble since a binding boba," says some of our Discord members!

Freshly Restocked and In-Stock:

See the store pages for more detailed information.
Gazzew*:
Gateron:
Dukharo:
KTT:
*Note: the latest Gazzew offerings feature a new proprietary formulation of plastic with a 65g Gazzew spring and do not carry the "Boba" name.
Looking to make some fancy frankenswitches? Don't want to disassemble switches for lubing and tuning? Well, we now carry numerous options of unassembled Gazzew switch parts (even clickies)!
Need something to open up your switches? Premium CNC switch openers have been restocked! Hefty but compact, with magnetic caps for both MX and Kailh compatibility.
For all your other needs, check out our lubricants and other keyboard-building accessories! All kinds of springs, stabilizers, foams, and films!
Join the Discord to get the first word of restocks, new items, and updates before anywhere else or just to chat! Also, keep an eye out for the occasional flash sale... :D
Many thanks for all the support <3
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2023.03.24 22:38 Bluhrb [WTS/WTT] 15v PM2

Ladies and gents, it's the moment you've been waiting for. If you have no clue what I'm talking about, ignore that first sentence. Anyhow I digress, up for sale is this 15v PM2 courtesy of Indiana Knives who's amazing to deal with and I recommend 110%.
SPECS:
-Condition: Overall BNIB, but kpled and cut paper.
-Comes w/box and papers. Box has stickers on it and stuff, if you want some pics of it before buy send a chat.
-Centering
-Action. Easier to gauge in person cause I can feel it, it's nice as hell. I prefer it over the old DLC standard PM2 I've had in the past in the action department. Super smooth and best of all super thocky.
-TS
SV: 255 OBRO (chat me)
TV: 230. Looking for modded Spydies. In particular, Manix 2, Sage 5, PM2, but really anything that isn't stock config. Sprint runs and rare pieces are super cool, but standard s30v/s45vn stuff is also awesome!
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