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    [–] Friend of friend had a close call while mountain biking Endless_Vanity 13 points ago in WTF

    Fuck yeah you can. I've hit that stage in life where I should give back. I thought my last reply was private, but its not.

    So to you to

    Cheers.

    EV.

    [–] Friend of friend had a close call while mountain biking Endless_Vanity 16 points ago in WTF

    I don't give a fuck if you know who I am. I've given away hundreds of dollars in gold. Just wanted to thank you for clarifying a questionI I've had for a long time.

    Thanks.

    Cheers.

    EV

    [–] Friend of friend had a close call while mountain biking Endless_Vanity 8 points ago in WTF

    I've seen this reply many times and have no idea from why. Can you fill me in like I'm new here?

    [–] That’ll be $5.......................99 Endless_Vanity 4 points ago in assholedesign

    I used to shitpost on Reddit. I still do, but I used to too.

    [–] Drew Brees passes Peyton Manning for most overall in passing yards in NFL history Endless_Vanity 311 points ago in sports

    When a reciever catches the ball in the endzone, that's a, that's a, thats a, that's a touchdown.

    • Madden

    [–] And, I have an interview for another job on Wednesday! Endless_Vanity 5 points ago in AdviceAnimals

    The preauth is removed from your available balance right when your card is swiped regardless of when the merchant wants the payment.

    Customers actually enroll themselves in letting transactions that make their account go negative go through. We don't sign you up for that or it would look like predatory lending which is illegal.

    A lot of these customers seem to not remember spending all their money when they did.

    Get a savings account as overdraft protection to avoid large fees or enroll in balance alerts. Do something, but stop handing your money over to a place for nothing.

    [–] And, I have an interview for another job on Wednesday! Endless_Vanity 2 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago) in AdviceAnimals

    Mine just says oh, that's just when we received the withdrawal.

    This is also true and this is 100% not the banks fault, it's the customers.

    For example lets say you have $500 in the bank. You spend $300 on Amazon.com and never make a deposit. Amazon will preauthorize charge your card for that money, but won't collect it until the day they ship your package which can be a full week or 2 later.

    Customers forget and keep spending money and then yell it me like it's my fault they had to pay for something 2 weeks later "when their account was low."

    No my bank didn't magically charge you when your account was low, you spent in excess of the $500 you had in there to begin with.

    Fortunately my online banking is almost in real time and only lags by 5 minutes tops.

    No your account went low when you continued to spend money while old charges hadn't rolled in yet. It is not up to the bank when the money leaves your account. We can remove it from your available balance, but ut doesn't leave until the merchant demands the payment. At most places it's that day, but not all of them.

    [–] And, I have an interview for another job on Wednesday! Endless_Vanity 21 points ago in AdviceAnimals

    As a banker who talks on a phone daily to people like you, your deposits are always credited into your account first before any deductions are made. It's a federal law.

    If you check your balance today and it says $200 with $175 in pending transactions, don't deposit $100 and then spend $150.

    If you ever get a fee ask why. The banker will give you the play by play from when you were positive to when you went negative.

    We also wave these fees it you don't overdraw your account 35 times a year.

    [–] 19 fucking years Endless_Vanity 4 points ago in GallowBoob

    He has more than 10 times as much karma as I have, but not 10 times as much gold. If you hit the front page often enough people just give it to you.

    [–] The Cleveland Browns have won their first game since December 24th, 2016 Endless_Vanity 17 points ago in sports

    How are the things you typed in between the *s not appearing in italics?

    What kind of black magic fuckery is this?

    [–] The Undertaker and his grandma - 1990s Endless_Vanity 7 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    I kind of have one. Years ago when I was a bartender at the Hilton Vince McMahon was in town for a WWE event and booked a room in our hotel. During the daytime hours bartenders also ran the room service orders. That morning I got a call from the Presidential Suite and they ordered breakfast. I was screaming Fuck Yeah as I went up there with a cart full of stuff because obviously this room is on a secured floor and it's clearly McMahons room.

    I knocked on the door and a security guard let me in. I delivered the food to the table and looked around the room for Vince. All 4 bedroom doors in the suite were closed. The security gaurd gave me $200 for an $80 order and said Vince told you to keep the change, but he likes to remain private.

    Great tipper, but I really wanted to say I've met the guy. I was about 20 feet away with his food so at least I have that going for me which is kind of nice.

    [–] That final sentence tho Endless_Vanity -2 points ago in MurderedByWords

    People like you and I have free will. If I decide to do something wrong who's fault is that?

    Mine or Gods?

    [–] tWiSt ThAt sHiT 😤 Endless_Vanity 25 points ago in BlackPeopleTwitter

    Meanwhile any rapper even mentions weed it gets censored, but when Eric Clapton wants to sing an entire song about Cocaine not a word of it is edited out.

    [–] Weird Al gets his star tomorrow morning! Endless_Vanity 219 points ago in pics

    My sophomore year of high school, I had a teacher named Mr. Brown. He taught English and Reading (basically a Lit Appreciation class.) Every Friday, he would start class by going to the coat closet, putting on a sweater, and changing his shoes. Then he would sit on the table at the front of the class and sing the opening theme to Mr.Rogers Neighborhood and read us a story.

    Now being teenagers, this was ridiculously stupid and embarrassing. Until the third or fourth week. Then someone would sing a few words here or there. By two months in, we would all sing along. There's something about the song that is so sincerely happy, it's almost impossible to have a bad day after it.

    My senior year, Mr. Brown spoke at our graduation breakfast. It was a small school, but all 132 seniors were there, along with all the teachers and a bunch of parents. Mr. Brown got up to the podium, and pulled a sweater out from a shelf inside. As he put it on, people were laughing and clapping. Then he started to sing, and every single student in that room joined in at full volume. I've never seen such confusion on the faces of parents. By the end, all the adults were singing, too, and a lot of the students were crying a little.

    My long winded point is, there are still people trying to carry on what Fred Rogers started, and it makes a difference. Be one of them.

    Credit this comment to /u/jkersey who typed this in one of my TIL posts.

    [–] Bob Ross Chia Pet Endless_Vanity 159 points ago in wholesomememes

    My sophomore year of high school, I had a teacher named Mr. Brown. He taught English and Reading (basically a Lit Appreciation class.) Every Friday, he would start class by going to the coat closet, putting on a sweater, and changing his shoes. Then he would sit on the table at the front of the class and sing the opening theme to Mr.Rogers Neighborhood and read us a story.

    Now being teenagers, this was ridiculously stupid and embarrassing. Until the third or fourth week. Then someone would sing a few words here or there. By two months in, we would all sing along. There's something about the song that is so sincerely happy, it's almost impossible to have a bad day after it.

    My senior year, Mr. Brown spoke at our graduation breakfast. It was a small school, but all 132 seniors were there, along with all the teachers and a bunch of parents. Mr. Brown got up to the podium, and pulled a sweater out from a shelf inside. As he put it on, people were laughing and clapping. Then he started to sing, and every single student in that room joined in at full volume. I've never seen such confusion on the faces of parents. By the end, all the adults were singing, too, and a lot of the students were crying a little.

    My long winded point is, there are still people trying to carry on what Fred Rogers started, and it makes a difference. Be one of them.

    Credit this comment to /u/jkersey who typed this in one of my TIL posts.