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they're both not wrong when it comes to your posts as of lately, specifically on this thread, maybe you should let it go? since this isn't going anywhere...

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I wasn't insulting Allstar at all. I was just pointing out how it was a move commonly associated with him when he tries to draw attention from the actual debate (which Virgo continues to do). I'm done with this because I think everyone else has made very respectful and non-aggressive statements and it's been made pretty clear who here is causing the problem.

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This really isn't the hill to die on honestly. Virgo, I really like you and I think you're a cool dude but is this argument really how you want to be remembered?

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Artemis wrote:
December 8th, 2019, 4:30 pm
This really isn't the hill to die on honestly. Virgo, I really like you and I think you're a cool dude but is this argument really how you want to be remembered?
Well it made you come back for a post or two. So I can be glad about that part of it at least.

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WW was not distributed in many countries which was stupid of course, because censorship is not a good solution, but at least Warner Bros paid for the comments. In the meantime, nobody is giving a shit about Hong Kong, and Mulan is going to make a billion. It hasn't happened yet, but when the actress is going to go have a laugh with Fallon, Kimmel and Corden, and noone is going to ask her to apologize, just ask her for a musical impression or a drawing of Mulan, it's going to make me sick. And yeah, journalists should also have confronted Gadot about her comments, and they still should.

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I agree, Gadot's comments do need to be questioned and no one did that during the first WW press tour. She literally used #loveidf as a hashtag and whenever she's questioned about her time in IDF she gushes all over it. It's kind of weird.

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on a completely unrelated note to the above conversation, I think im ready to buy a house (condo or townhome) and I'm stuck between wanting to buy in the city (expensive for the space, stupid, but gorgeous and fun) and buying in a nearby urban burb close to where I live now (smart, pragmatic, ugly, boring). my dad's advice is to rent in the city with the amazing view for 1-2, get that out of my system, then buy a place in the suburbs, but that feels like a waste of cash if logical.

I found a place I love in both locations, priced about equally. city = 2 bedroom 1000 square feet. burb = 3 bedroom 2000 square feet. the view from the city has a panoramic view of the Chicago Skyline in the hippest area of the town. only have 1-2 months to decide.

what should I do


-Vader

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Vader182 wrote:
December 9th, 2019, 1:11 am
on a completely unrelated note to the above conversation, I think im ready to buy a house (condo or townhome) and I'm stuck between wanting to buy in the city (expensive for the space, stupid, but gorgeous and fun) and buying in a nearby urban burb close to where I live now (smart, pragmatic, ugly, boring). my dad's advice is to rent in the city with the amazing view for 1-2, get that out of my system, then buy a place in the suburbs, but that feels like a waste of cash if logical.

I found a place I love in both locations, priced about equally. city = 2 bedroom 1000 square feet. burb = 3 bedroom 2000 square feet. the view from the city has a panoramic view of the Chicago Skyline in the hippest area of the town. only have 1-2 months to decide.

what should I do


-Vader
You'll regret buying in the city. I know because you told me, 6 months from now.

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Vader182 wrote:
December 9th, 2019, 1:11 am
on a completely unrelated note to the above conversation, I think im ready to buy a house (condo or townhome) and I'm stuck between wanting to buy in the city (expensive for the space, stupid, but gorgeous and fun) and buying in a nearby urban burb close to where I live now (smart, pragmatic, ugly, boring). my dad's advice is to rent in the city with the amazing view for 1-2, get that out of my system, then buy a place in the suburbs, but that feels like a waste of cash if logical.

I found a place I love in both locations, priced about equally. city = 2 bedroom 1000 square feet. burb = 3 bedroom 2000 square feet. the view from the city has a panoramic view of the Chicago Skyline in the hippest area of the town. only have 1-2 months to decide.

what should I do


-Vader
Which place would allow you to have a damn good home theater setup?

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There are three things important when buying a new place

1. location
2. location
3. location

Good luck!

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