Profile overview for upsist.
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This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

1 submissions to investing

This user has so far shared a total of 0 links, started a total of 1 discussions and submitted a total of 160 comments.

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Submissions: This user has upvoted 10 and downvoted 3 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 77 and downvoted 55 comments.

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5 highest rated submissions:

Ho do you manage investment data, submitted: 8/22/2015 2:34:29 AM, 3 points (+3|-0)

5 lowest rated submissions:

Ho do you manage investment data, submitted: 8/22/2015 2:34:29 AM, 3 points (+3|-0)

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3 highest rated comments:

On Mod Removal from v/videos submitted by PuttItOut to videos

upsist 3 points 36 points (+39|-3) ago

We need to remember that they are people who have very limited time and need to make lots of decisions within that limited time. To "us", who have the time to sit here posting on a message board in our free time it seems like a simple task. Just type up a quick post. But when people latch on to every word a "quick post" becomes an hour and that is one hour less sleep, one hour less time for them to focus on their (necessary) day jobs, one hour less to focus on other issues affecting voat.

Imagine if you had to get home from your day job, grab a quick dinner, start your laundry, pay your personal bills, talk with a friend or significant other for a few minutes, then start a second job where you are in charge all before you have to go to bed and start this all over again.

Sorry, until they are doing this as a profession I think we need to not freak the fuck out because we can't be PATIENT and wait 6 hours for a response.

Gingrich: 90% Of Obama's Legacy Is Going To Disappear When Trump Becomes President submitted by Joker68 to politics

upsist 1 points 21 points (+22|-1) ago

This is really important. Obama was so narcissistic that he actually thought he could force unpopular ideas on an entire nation and have them be accepted just because he is president. He seemed to completely forget that there are varying degrees of permanence in a governance system (ordered from least permanent to most): executive orders, laws, court decisions, constitutional amendments.

He thought that he needed a "grand" legacy, since he is the first black president. He thought the best way to achieve a grand legacy was to make sweeping changes that history books would spin positively (amnesty for Mexicans, gun bans, etc.) Little did he know that if he had to resort to executive order, there was a REASON. That reason is that these ideas are not supported by the citizens. That is also a big reason Trump was elected. His rule as a "king" highlighted just how out of touch democrats are when their thought processes are translated into unfiltered executive orders and/or preached about on a grand stand. People grew tired of the idea that Obama had all the answers and that his statements like "my son would have looked like that" or "inflate your tires more" actually solves racism and environmental problems.

Only on voat submitted by turtlesarepureevil to whatever

upsist 1 points 15 points (+16|-1) ago

You are acting like this is a bad thing.

You are like the police showing up at a roaring block party where everyone on the street is happy and no one has complained yet you think the party should be shut down because it is technically in violation of Rule 5.52: no block parties the second Sunday after Easter. Technically you are right, the party is violating the rules but does it hurt anyone to let it continue? It certainly harms people to stop it.

In other words - people are happily and actively discussing and reading a post, should this be stopped just because you think it is off topic.

3 lowest rated comments:

Account Deleted By User submitted by highly_paid_orgy_pro to AskVoat

upsist 3 points -2 points (+1|-3) ago

What do you think these "finance fucks" actually do? I would love to actually know because I find it quite interesting how comments like this get a bunch of upvoats with no arguments, not a bit of logic. Just "fuck anyone who can count past 10". Fuck the people that help invest in everything you use on a daily basis and make the western world possible. Fuck - we should live like Africans and not invest in anything.

Sure SOME finance people are fucking corrupt assholes and abused that power (e.x. Madoff) just like SOME doctors kill people for fun.

The Gentrification Cycle submitted by Frakir to whatever

upsist 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

? I think you are the one acting like a Soprano - spewing nonsense about how money laundering works including how people will buy random piece of property from a random person for drastically more than it is worth just to somehow clean that money. Sure - the money is "clean" and it is out the door to someone completely unrelated... that is the first thing that makes no sense. Why not just buy the property at slightly more than market value if you somehow need it for your scheme?

I would love for you to explain how these real estate transactions actually clean the money rather than just stating that they do. FYI - If you can trace the money then its not clean so specifics are incredibly important. Anyway - its not worth my time because money laundering is more of an art than science and just like an idiot can pick up paint and call it "art", any idiot can move money around and call it "money laundering" and who am I to try to argue when you can't define when something is done.

That said - it never makes sense to let your money go to third parties at above market rates. It helps no one in the process except the unrelated party.

DontLetTheDoorHitYa - A place to keep track of people promising to leave the US if Trump wins the election. submitted by kurfu to newsubverses

upsist 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

I don't tend to give my enemies money. I think they have a RIGHT to say what they want but I sure as hell am not going to give them my business if I don't agree with them.