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#1 by valerie » Thu Sep 23, 2021 06:46

'Digging to Death' on Prime.

It only has three stars but I actually thought it deserved a little more than that.

It's about a man that buys an older house and decides to dig a septic tank hole
himself. As he begins to dig, he finds a box of sorts with a dead body inside and
three million dollars.

Yep, it's a bit on the gory side but also a bit different and has a lesson so to speak.
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#2 by Darkstar2 » Thu Sep 23, 2021 09:33

valerie wrote: 'Digging to Death' on Prime.

It only has three stars but I actually thought it deserved a little more than that.

It's about a man that buys an older house and decides to dig a septic tank hole
himself. As he begins to dig, he finds a box of sorts with a dead body inside and
three million dollars.

Yep, it's a bit on the gory side but also a bit different and has a lesson so to speak.

Wow I better add this to the watch list lemme see - yes ! Added it's available here. I would sure hope the guy took the 3 millions and ran - he can buy a new house now and live on the rest (interests) :P

Great so now that you watched that, watch CRAWL, you will understand why I asked you if your new home has a crawl space :P
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#3 by valerie » Thu Sep 23, 2021 17:21

Do you mean 'Crawl' with the alligators or was it sharks?
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#4 by valerie » Thu Sep 23, 2021 17:23

Or maybe this crawl

A seedy bar owner hires a mysterious Croatian to commit murder, but a planned double-crossing backfires when a young waitress is taken hostage. A suspenseful, yet darkly humorous chain of events builds to a bloodcurdling climax.

PS. Shame on you tasman1
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#5 by tasman1 » Thu Sep 23, 2021 19:26

valerie wrote: Or maybe this crawl

A seedy bar owner hires a mysterious Croatian to commit murder, but a planned double-crossing backfires when a young waitress is taken hostage. A suspenseful, yet darkly humorous chain of events builds to a bloodcurdling climax.

PS. Shame on you tasman1




I am guilty – I finally admit it. :( :(
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#6 by valerie » Thu Sep 23, 2021 20:15

That was a movie that kept you watching.
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#7 by Madison91 » Thu Sep 23, 2021 20:21

The body stinks, but the money smells good. :mrgreen:

Boring and uninteresting cycle, no logic before and after, at best two stars. :lol:
''Why didn't you move and quit your job if you had $3 million?''
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#8 by valerie » Fri Sep 24, 2021 18:35

Because the money was haunted.
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#9 by Darkstar2 » Fri Sep 24, 2021 21:37

valerie wrote: Do you mean 'Crawl' with the alligators or was it sharks?

ahaha no not sharks :P GATORS...........
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#10 by Darkstar2 » Fri Sep 24, 2021 21:40

valerie wrote: Because the money was haunted.

So you launder it and use new money, and hope that your new money is not possessed too :D

Besides what's $3 million, that's poverty in America :D That's why $3 million is not considered rich, and with today's shitty low interest rates, you don't go far with that, and with markets tumbling now and basically stocks at its peak and over valuated, getting ready for a big correction, yeah $3 million is nothing, but it's better than $0 :D
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#11 by tasman1 » Fri Sep 24, 2021 22:12

Darkstar2 wrote:
valerie wrote: Because the money was haunted.

So you launder it and use new money, and hope that your new money is not possessed too :D

Besides what's $3 million, that's poverty in America :D That's why $3 million is not considered rich, and with today's shitty low interest rates, you don't go far with that, and with markets tumbling now and basically stocks at its peak and over valuated, getting ready for a big correction, yeah $3 million is nothing, but it's better than $0 :D



Darkstar .... interest rates on saving are maybe low in Canada but they are huge in Australia
If you put your money in term deposit you can still have huge interest here ,, full 0.10%
Ops forgot to say ... term deposit for 5 years :lol: :lol:
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#12 by valerie » Sat Sep 25, 2021 06:32

There's a couple of classics I watched again last night that I had not seen in years.
I consider them 5 star movies for the type of movies they are. If you have never
watched them, they are on Prime right now.....at least for me they are:

I know what you did last summer

and

I still know what you did last summer
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#13 by Darkstar2 » Sat Sep 25, 2021 12:32

tasman1 wrote:
Darkstar .... interest rates on saving are maybe low in Canada but they are huge in Australia
If you put your money in term deposit you can still have huge interest here ,, full 0.10%
Ops forgot to say ... term deposit for 5 years :lol: :lol:

You almost fooled me there :lol: I should've known you were being sarcastic, wow 0.10% and I thought Canadian interest rates were bad, though our regular savings account are 0.01% interest :P

In 2020, I had a GIC flexible term deposit at 1.30% at renewal this year in 2021, interest fell down to 0.50% Well that's still better than 0.01% :P and to think that a couple of years ago I had 3.75%

These ponzi schemes calling themselves banks make a lot of money with our money, they are still making billions of $ even with the low interest rates they would still have enough to give us more than what they usually do. Some banks negotiate rates with you. My 1.30% rate was negotiated base on a 1 year term.

0.10% for a term deposit that is PATHETIC, not even worth it Might as well put your money in good investments, the markets have done amazingly well since the pandemic so far, sine April of 2020 the markets have been bullish, people who have invested good money in April after the re-opening of the economy, have made a fortune by now OK having your money in a bank eliminates all risk, here banks are FDIC insured for $100,000, so 0 risk unless you have more than that. People cannot build good savings or a nest egg at such shitty low interest rates though.
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#14 by Darkstar2 » Sat Sep 25, 2021 12:35

valerie wrote: There's a couple of classics I watched again last night that I had not seen in years.
I consider them 5 star movies for the type of movies they are. If you have never
watched them, they are on Prime right now.....at least for me they are:

I know what you did last summer

and

I still know what you did last summer

I'm assuming that the last one is a sequel to the first one :P

I definitely heard of the names I don't think I watched it, adding it to the long watchlist :D I better go see if it is available in Canada first.

I am currently watching "The Mist" on Netflix, based on Stephen King, it's good, it's 10 episodes, so far I am at episode 5. I sure am suspicious of that old lady, something is not right about her, but no spoilers please if you watched it,
if you didn't, watch it, it's a bit slow paced and definitely not as good as The Stand but it's still ok. it's different.
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#15 by tasman1 » Sat Sep 25, 2021 15:23

Darkstar2 wrote:
tasman1 wrote:
Darkstar .... interest rates on saving are maybe low in Canada but they are huge in Australia
If you put your money in term deposit you can still have huge interest here ,, full 0.10%
Ops forgot to say ... term deposit for 5 years :lol: :lol:

You almost fooled me there :lol: I should've known you were being sarcastic, wow 0.10% and I thought Canadian interest rates were bad, though our regular savings account are 0.01% interest :P

In 2020, I had a GIC flexible term deposit at 1.30% at renewal this year in 2021, interest fell down to 0.50% Well that's still better than 0.01% :P and to think that a couple of years ago I had 3.75%

These ponzi schemes calling themselves banks make a lot of money with our money, they are still making billions of $ even with the low interest rates they would still have enough to give us more than what they usually do. Some banks negotiate rates with you. My 1.30% rate was negotiated base on a 1 year term.

0.10% for a term deposit that is PATHETIC, not even worth it Might as well put your money in good investments, the markets have done amazingly well since the pandemic so far, sine April of 2020 the markets have been bullish, people who have invested good money in April after the re-opening of the economy, have made a fortune by now OK having your money in a bank eliminates all risk, here banks are FDIC insured for $100,000, so 0 risk unless you have more than that. People cannot build good savings or a nest egg at such shitty low interest rates though.




Blame ultra low interest for house prices around the world. Huge money is moving from banks to property , it is so bad , Sydney median house price is now over 1 400000 , wow , and pay wages are going nowhere
Tasmanian prices are to skyrocketing to , no way to but new 3 bed house under 700000

I got my house brand new 3 bedroom in 1999 for 185000 , now valuation is around for my house 22 year old around 550000 , mad , mad world
Even IMF saying all this will finish badly [ do not care , my house is paid in full ]
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#16 by Darkstar2 » Sat Sep 25, 2021 18:30

Of course it will finish badly, wait until interest rates go back up, how the hell are people going to buy those ridiculously expensive homes ? 70 year, 80 year 100 year loans ? ABSURD, low interest and those greedy ********* real estate agents, it's NOT normal that a year before pandemic, median house prices was around $300-$340k, TODAY they are $625-700k - People are spending that kind of bloody money on run down homes needing extensive repairs, not normal. Those ******** realestate agents are resorting to telephone soliciting and putting their flyers in mail and pressuring people who sell, pressuring people who do not want to sell their bloody homes. Imagine the SUCKERS who spent that kind of money, what if there is a crash, I cannot imagine a $700k home going back down to $400k in value, if interest rates go back up, people will have to sell for less. RIDICULOUS to see people spend $500k-$700k on condos !!! tiny cardboard box apartments where you can barely move, on top of the hundreds in monthly fees, ABSURD, people are selling their homes to move in smaller condos for practically the price of a new home !!!

The whole real estate market is a fraud - if only homes were sold based on their proper value, based on their actual condition. Is it normal to spend $600k on a home you would have spent $300k a year ago, and then spending another $100k in repairs and remodel ? No. So to all those real estate agents out there, they get 2 middle fingers - they are greedy and they are the reason why homes are becoming inaccessible to the young generation now, with such ridiculous high prices, only the wealthy can buy homes, or someone who can fancy a 100 year loan and remain in debt their whole life, basically with such loans the bank owns your house, not you, a lot of homes now are selling at 5x-7x their true value based on conditions.

It's unlikely that interest rates will go back up until 2023 or beyond, one thing for sure the Fed will scale back on its policy soon, this will drive the markets down and into correction, COVID19 is here to stay, for years and years, this is what experts officially stated, with vaccination and vaccine passports, it's unlikely economy will close down as it did in 2020, so those interest rates will go back up sooner than later, though I would not expect house prices to go down pre-pandemic, the damage is already done, but it will be far more difficult to sell a house - the opposite will happen, you will see bargain dealers. Instead of OVER inflating your value and selling to the highest bidder, you will need to sell less than the inflated value, but even so you will come out a winner. So let's say the true value of your home should be $300k, but it was inflated to $600k since pandemic, you would be selling it at $450k-$500k when everyone else is trying to sell it at $600k, you would still have sold your house at $100k-$150k above it's normal value.
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#17 by tasman1 » Sat Sep 25, 2021 18:40

Darkstar marriage is ..... enjoy 5 min twice a month and suffer rest of your life :shock: :shock:
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#18 by Darkstar2 » Sat Sep 25, 2021 18:45

tasman1 wrote: Darkstar marriage is ..... enjoy 5 min twice a month and suffer rest of your life :shock: :shock:

Wow 5 minutes twice a month, your marriage is above average then :lol: :lol: :lol:
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#19 by tasman1 » Sat Sep 25, 2021 18:52

Darkstar2 wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Darkstar marriage is ..... enjoy 5 min twice a month and suffer rest of your life :shock: :shock:

Wow 5 minutes twice a month, your marriage is above average then :lol: :lol: :lol:




OPS , that post above went to wrong place ...... anyway something is better than nothing :D :D
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#20 by Darkstar2 » Sun Sep 26, 2021 09:54

tasman1 wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Darkstar marriage is ..... enjoy 5 min twice a month and suffer rest of your life :shock: :shock:

Wow 5 minutes twice a month, your marriage is above average then :lol: :lol: :lol:




OPS , that post above went to wrong place ...... anyway something is better than nothing :D :D

WELL 5 minutes twice a month is almost nothing, I would have thought in your case it would be 5 minuets 5 times a day, but guess we learn something new everyday here :lol: 5 minutes twice is a month is not exactly a healthy sex life, even for your old old age :P

But yeah something is better than nothing, but I hope you do know that she is getting it elsewhere too, and normally men would do the same as well, yeah just like in the movies :mrgreen:
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