Jan 24, 2021
Nobody ever asks for ad cards. Here is one of mine I am not sure how long I have had it. It's copywritten 1999. It's Sunday, I have to go to work tomorrow like most people. I kind of want to call in sick for stupid reasons...I invested money in GameStop over the past few weeks. It's rumored that it is going to be hit by a major short squeeze over the coming days/weeks. I am existing in a state of nil-loss right now. Like Schrödinger's cat. The money is sort of down now. I have not lost anything. I don't know if it will make money and with work...I will not be able to check my phone for updates. I will have to work in a state where I could have made money or lost much of it. I don't think I wanted to make dumb levels of money. I heard that investors were betting on the failure of GameStop and that feels like a shitty thing to do. I heard of an opportunity to catch a bunch of wealthy people doing something dumb with a lot of money and I wanted to be apart of history. Fucking money-making assholes making stupid levels of money....while I work taking care of people with covid? Seriously. WTF? Then trying to bankrupt a videogame store that I am fond of? - TM.
I should probably start by saying my first ever disclaimer: I AM NOT SOMEONE YOU SHOULD TAKE INVESTMENT ADVICE FROM...I am an amateur investor and I mess around with some extra money I make with extra shifts. I think the stock market is a big gamble and I am investing in companies I believe in...That being said...
Sent via postcrossing to alexaufdembetzenberg. He wanted an AD card. I don't much care for scots whisky. I even stuck a little sticker on it too. He wrote back...kinda weird reply:
Alexander wrote you a message:
“Cheers for your card. That GameStop thingmajig didn't end too well, did it?
Best Wishes and Stay Healthy!”