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CodingCookie commented on a post in r/AskReddit
jasonblohothemonster 3 points

more wealth and less poverty

CodingCookie 1 point

But then the idea of wealth will just increase. If everyone was to get 1,000,000,000 dollars right now, then candy would cost thousands of dollars.

While poverty is never ideal, we almost need it to keep our economy floating.

CodingCookie commented on a post in r/AskReddit
CodingCookie 4 points

4/10.

He has said and done a lot of shitty things, and his fan base is fucking terrible, but he has stuck to some of his promises.

I hate Mike Pence though. I also think he should just let the investigation run its course and not try to fight it. He’s acting very guilty.

I wouldn’t vote for him again.

CodingCookie commented on a post in r/videos
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CodingCookie [M] [score hidden]

Thank you for your submission. Unfortunately, it is being removed due to the following reason:

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CodingCookie commented on a post in r/AskReddit
CashCop 163 points

Because he said he’s seen about a hundred videos and read many articles. It’s clear at this point that the explanation isn’t the issue

CodingCookie 90 points

yikes

I mean I understand the underlying principle of it, but I don't understand how people make money off of it. How does it have any value, and who determines the value?

CodingCookie 754 points

How bitcoin works. I've watched about 100 videos about it and read many different articles about it, and it just seems weird.

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CodingCookie 1 point

I was told a while ago to increase this five minutes over time. For example:

Spend five minutes everyday doing something for a week. Then the next week, spend 10 minutes doing something. Then 20 minutes, 30 minutes, up to an hour. And now you are a super productive person.

KingfisherPlayboy 1 point

Stay away from politics

CodingCookie 1 point

Unless you're going into politics, I think this a rule of life.

CodingCookie commented on a post in r/videos
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CodingCookie [M] 2 points

Hello /u/Fuckoffsp,

Thank you for your submission. Unfortunately, it is being removed due to the following reason(s):

  • Rule #6 No Hate Speech. You are free to offer your opinion respectfully, but comments intended to demean a group, acontextual expressions of bigotry, and the pejorative use of slurs is disallowed.

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CodingCookie commented on a post in r/videos
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Hello /u/GaZZuM,

Thank you for your submission. Unfortunately, it is being removed due to the following reason(s):

  • Rule #0 Videos Only. Audio over a static image or slideshow, music visualizers and lyric videos will be removed.

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CodingCookie commented on a post in r/videos
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CodingCookie [M] [score hidden]

Hello /u/ALBIONLAND,

Thank you for your submission. Unfortunately, it is being removed due to the following reason(s):

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CodingCookie commented on a post in r/Showerthoughts
CodingCookie 1 point

As someone who has been legitimately diagnosed with OCD, I can say that it is one of the most misunderstood disorders out there. What most people don't know is that there are actually two different types of OCD.

The first type, which just goes simply by OCD, is when some sort of tick interferes in several areas of someones life. The tick might impede them from holding normal relationships or might be seen as strange for people without OCD. A good example of this is Howie Mandel, who washes his hands and avoids germs like the plague. Other people have it by counting stuff or checking things constantly.

The second type is called OCPD, Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder. People with OCPD tend to be very rigid to what the rules and laws are, and don't like to do anything too weird. They tend to have an overwhelming need to be in charge, and believe what they do is the "right thing to do." Usually people with OCPD don't realize they have it.

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I mod /r/videos. I also love onions. The end.

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