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post #30571 of 47042
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post


Is this supposed to be impressive? confused.gif

That's cute. That's what adults call "grocery money"
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Lol at peasants carrying cash. Enjoy your coke residue and genital warts.
post #30573 of 47042
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

Lol at peasants carrying cash. Enjoy your coke residue and genital warts.

Seriously. I don't know why anyone would want to carry that kind of cash around.
post #30574 of 47042
Staffer told me last night that they're rotating me and my senior analyst off of our current project, which is getting extended another 4-5 months.

HOORAY!
post #30575 of 47042
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Seriously. I don't know why anyone would want to carry that kind of cash around.

In all honestly, I only carry thousands when I am visiting my tailor. My father, he is another story.
post #30576 of 47042
Are debit cards not a thing in the states? If I've got $40 in my wallet it's a odd day, no one uses cash here anymore save for the deli or other cash type lunch box but that's more of a skim deal I believe.
post #30577 of 47042
I never carry cash. Everything gets charged to my CC and paid off in full automatically each month.

Builds credit, I get cashback, and it's convenient. People who use cash for all their transactions today are living in the Stone Age.
post #30578 of 47042
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Originally Posted by A Canuker View Post

Are debit cards not a thing in the states? If I've got $40 in my wallet it's a odd day, no one uses cash here anymore save for the deli or other cash type lunch box but that's more of a skim deal I believe.

99% of the time i use either a debit or credit card. i rarely carry cash, and if i receive any large sum of cash, it goes to the bank.
post #30579 of 47042
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Originally Posted by A Canuker View Post

Are debit cards not a thing in the states? If I've got $40 in my wallet it's a odd day, no one uses cash here anymore save for the deli or other cash type lunch box but that's more of a skim deal I believe.

They are, this is just Neo projecting his fantasy to the group. Cash is for tipping and strip clubs. There's no other reason to carry it anymore.
post #30580 of 47042
A lot of places in nyc don't take cards. Those who do I find it irritating having to wait for assholes who buy a bottle of water and have to sign their receipt and such. Also, there are many places, not mentioning names that don't charge tax if you pay cash. Cash is king.
post #30581 of 47042
Out come the "haters" aka 30 year olds catching feels because they can't stand to see what real wealth looks like

What could you actually do if I decided I wanted to buy your girlfriend that Celine bag or Louboutins she's been wanting, you can't make enough money to afford it. All you could really do is just submit and accept your place 4 categories below me on the food chain.
post #30582 of 47042
Well, the solution to your lady wanting expensive things is simple. Don't date women that are higher maintenance than yourself.
post #30583 of 47042
Here in the old world, we have credit/debit cards with RFID tags in them, which you can swipe on card readers for low value purchases (I think it's anything lower than £20), without having to enter your pin or sign. Great for sandwiches etc, and actually quicker than cash (no counting out coins or waiting for change).
post #30584 of 47042
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

A lot of places in nyc don't take cards..

This is true--I definitely carry way more cash in New York than I have anywhere else. But even so, that's still, what, $200? People flashing around stacks of hundos are just silly.
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

This is true--I definitely carry way more cash in New York than I have anywhere else. But even so, that's still, what, $200? People flashing around stacks of hundos are just silly.

there's always that panic that sets in when I'm in a cash only place and I forgot. an old college professor once visited and we met up at Peter Lugers with his wife and I was sweating bullets because I only had $20 cash in my wallet (and I was planning to pay for the whole meal). I had to frantically text my wife to scrounge up a large amount of cash (emergency cash we hold in a small safe) before meeting up with us at the restaurant.
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