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How much bonus xp in slayer/h u get on that minigame? Same as for smithing/farm. I've never heard of that minigame.

It's only coming out tomorrow.
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In real life MMO you don't get 99 smithing by making endless bronze daggers.

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ok now its enough of those comments, it was fun but now you're going to far

it was a semi-serious question actually, I watched his vids before he went hard and he mentioned something about being very sick, and spending awhile in the hospital, but hes removed all of them. It just goes to show you what sort of mentality it takes to actually grind that hard. *if its true* .You can argue that you should do what you enjoy, but too many people who grind rs, purposely avoid situations to make their lives better, (been hearing about too many people dropping out of college/uni lately) so they just fall back into rs. And as rs lasts 1000s upon 1000s of hours, with an absurd amount of repetition, its easy to become lost within. I've met enough people who've confided in me to make that statement. Sorry but I will not, nor should another healthy brain, condone themselves to support such behavior. ANOTHER reason why being efficient should be the most respectable form of training as long as every player has an equal chance to do so. Games change, jagex is a company first and foremost. I believe the first major sign of xp rates were on the rise was LRC? probably wrong, dont care enough to do more research. but either way, it was released the same year the first 200m agility was reached. The evidence of devalued xp has been privy for a long time. Its astonishing people still complain.

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@Zisk - I can see from your point of view of what you mean about jumping out of college/uni to play RS 24/7, those guys who do that will totally regret of what they've done if they do so, people say 'its just pixels'... Yeah thats true, but they wont really realise what they are getting themselves into because they are already too 'diehard' into their 5b xp goal, the only time when they'll realise that their years has gone to 'waste' is by the time when they've reached their magical 5b xp mark, then they go like *Why did I spend 4 years to achieve 5b xp when I could've studied, traveled, earned real life money, girls instead?*... But yeah those guys who jump out of school to play runescape or to sit at the computer without losing any ticks are the guys who will end up bad and will totally regret their time on runescape in the future.

 

Just my 2 cents, getting kinda off-topic so I drop the talk there.

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@ jaxie, true thing.

 

@ zisk yeah maybe true but it looked like an insult haha

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@zisk I think you're lost in your argument. What you are trying to say is that the healthy way to live is to play Runescape in moderation to destress. That is totally fine with me. How you then link that to playing efficiently and respect is totally off. 

 

Runescape is not a game that is supposed to have an endpoint. So whether you play it efficiently or not, its not supposed to end. If you play it efficiently, you'll just reach your goal faster. But the game never ends. If your argument is that playing efficiently saves you the time for other endeavours, then why not quit Runescape altogether?

 

People should be allowed the freedom to do what they want. If their goal is to be the best in the world in terms of playtime, that fine. If they want to compete in a game in a non-efficient way, that's fine as well. Life is inherently meaningless. We make our own meaning of life. There are goals we set for ourselves to achieve and achieving such goals gives us satisfaction and meaning. If you argue that living life in a certain way or having certain goals makes you superior, you're wrong. There is no such thing as a wrong goal. That goes against the idea of freedom.

 

Nobody cares about respect. There's no such thing as respect in a game or in life. People live, people die. If they achieve their goal in life before they die, that's great because they would have died satisfied. So let's get back on topic guys.

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yeah fine paragon, but yes i think someone with a gf/friends/gym/whatever/ at least OTHER interests than only a olnine game, is living life better than some1 who is addicted to...a game. 

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its normal to contribute to society by having a job, nobody will like you if you sit at home playing a game for more hours a day than 2 hands can count, except the guys on this topic , they praise 'high lvl players' like gods, and all you say is: 'they enjoy it, they are good at + do something they like. but let me tell you. some1 who is at home w/o friends/contacts/girlfriend/normal life is a depressed unhappy person 95% of the occasions. 

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yeah fine paragon, but yes i think someone with a gf/friends/gym/whatever/ at least OTHER interests than only a olnine game, is living life better than some1 who is addicted to...a game. 

 

its normal to contribute to society by having a job, nobody will like you if you sit at home playing a game for more hours a day than 2 hands can count, except the guys on this topic , they praise 'high lvl players' like gods, and all you say is: 'they enjoy it, they are good at + do something they like. but let me tell you. some1 who is at home w/o friends/contacts/girlfriend/normal life is a depressed unhappy person 95% of the occasions. 

 

There's been two times in my life where I chose to pour all of my focus and energy into one big project for 10+ hours/day for months on end. I sacrificed sleep, health, grades, and my social/romantic life in order to do so. The irony is, those two time periods were easily hands down the happiest, most fulfilling times of my entire life because I was getting to work on something that made me feel more alive than my "normal," traditional daily routine of sleeping, studying, and socializing.

 

So if these people genuinely feel as passionate about their RS goals as I felt about my RL projects, then their devotion is completely understandable. The question is: how much of their devotion is derived from passion, and how much of it is a form of escape from reality?

 

Considering that they are the only ones who truly know the answer to that question, it's a waste of time for everyone else to speculate and pass judgment on them.

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This seems like the perennially undying discussion topic in this thread which most philosophers and the greatest minds on earth haven't yet solved. Here we are, on a Runescape 200m all skills thread debating the meaning of life, happiness, and what is and what isn't a waste of time. You want to know the answer? Every single person generally has a different view and it is not our place to try to dissect their motives. 

 

Of course we will all have opinions, I myself, am very opinionated too, but I reserve my right to judge others based on MY view. I believe that life is best lived by being yourself and doing what is right for you.

 

Some people do jump off into the deep end and I acknowledge that. It is no different than drinking or drugs and unfortunately we do not have any advocacy groups to help people through their addictions to Runescape, and yes, it is an addiction. 

 

The reason we see this topic re-surfacing is because as part of the general public, if you aren't contributing to say, the human race, society, etc... you are frowned upon and this apparently is demeaning to life. What we should really be doing is not worrying about others, let them do what they want because in the end whatever we do or say on this thread or in-game - they won't change until they come to a personal realization. That's exactly what it is - a personal realization. 

 

Could I personally justify spending my whole life on Runescape? Most definitely not. I enjoy playing, sometimes less, and sometimes more. But I enjoy University, learning, and the prospect of having a job, kids, and being what my view of successful is. That is MY view, maybe someone like Forsberg888 or Drumgun would call that a waste?

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Pfft, kids are an XP waste!

 

 

 

But a bit more serious, I would never want to bring something into this world destined to die. Being responsible for the creation of a life is a bit too much responsibility for me. If I was never born - would I care if I had gotten to "enjoy" life or not? Because of this - relationships are largely a huge waste of my time. They come with drama, obligations to waste my time on other peoples' wants, and offer very little in return that seems beneficial to my goals and desires. I'd rather not deal with it. That same "nothing that benefits my goals or desires" extends to friendships. They offer nothing to me but ask to take a lot from me. 

 

Working a 9 to 5 at least benefits my goals and desires. Not paying my taxes and being imprisoned doesn't benefit my goals and desires - so I pay my taxes.

 

If you want to pretend that I work and willingly contribute to society, then so be it. But the only reason that contribution reaches societies hands is because society is like a bully stealing lunch money. It's either "give me the money or get beaten up". Without jeapordizing my goals and desires - I don't really have a choice.


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Pfft, kids are an XP waste!

 

 

 

But a bit more serious, I would never want to bring something into this world destined to die. Being responsible for the creation of a life is a bit too much responsibility for me. If I was never born - would I care if I had gotten to "enjoy" life or not? Because of this - relationships are largely a huge waste of my time. They come with drama, obligations to waste my time on other peoples' wants, and offer very little in return that seems beneficial to my goals and desires. I'd rather not deal with it. That same "nothing that benefits my goals or desires" extends to friendships. They offer nothing to me but ask to take a lot from me. 

 

Working a 9 to 5 at least benefits my goals and desires. Not paying my taxes and being imprisoned doesn't benefit my goals and desires - so I pay my taxes.

 

If you want to pretend that I work and willingly contribute to society, then so be it. But the only reason that contribution reaches societies hands is because society is like a bully stealing lunch money. It's either "give me the money or get beaten up". Without jeapordizing my goals and desires - I don't really have a choice.

LOL @ relationships are a huge waste of your time.

 

This page and the previous page is full of laughter.

 

"Working a 9 to 5 is at least...", this is why you start your own business or become a partner of a business instead being in the bottom of the corporate ladder (if you work in a corporate world job).

 

Now, If you're working for a job that is paying you around minimum wage, well, you're screwed.

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Pfft, kids are an XP waste!

Teach kids to train skills for you.

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200M all skills. Great success!

 

Sometimes you just need to think outside the box.

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Pfft, kids are an XP waste!

 

 

 

But a bit more serious, I would never want to bring something into this world destined to die. Being responsible for the creation of a life is a bit too much responsibility for me. If I was never born - would I care if I had gotten to "enjoy" life or not? Because of this - relationships are largely a huge waste of my time. They come with drama, obligations to waste my time on other peoples' wants, and offer very little in return that seems beneficial to my goals and desires. I'd rather not deal with it. That same "nothing that benefits my goals or desires" extends to friendships. They offer nothing to me but ask to take a lot from me. 

 

Working a 9 to 5 at least benefits my goals and desires. Not paying my taxes and being imprisoned doesn't benefit my goals and desires - so I pay my taxes.

 

If you want to pretend that I work and willingly contribute to society, then so be it. But the only reason that contribution reaches societies hands is because society is like a bully stealing lunch money. It's either "give me the money or get beaten up". Without jeapordizing my goals and desires - I don't really have a choice.

LOL @ relationships are a huge waste of your time.

 

This page and the previous page is full of laughter.

 

"Working a 9 to 5 is at least...", this is why you start your own business or become a partner of a business instead being in the bottom of the corporate ladder (if you work in a corporate world job).

 

Now, If you're working for a job that is paying you around minimum wage, well, you're screwed.

 

 

Relationships ARE a waste of time for some people. Some people prefer not to be in them, as hard as it might be to believe for someone so narrow minded.

 

Also, I never knew it was so easy to just become partner of a business and start your own business, I don't understand why everyone in the world hasn't done this with it being so damn easy. Oh wait, because it's not.

 

Take it from me, you do NOT always want to own your own business. You lose the benefits, you can't come home and relax because your business is always on your mind, you constantly have to make sure your business isn't doomed to fail with the incredible amount of changes you are forced to adapt to in order to keep afloat. I find it much better to go to work, come home, and erase work from your mind so you can relax after work.

 

Also, higher pay doesn't necessarily mean you have more money. Higher tax brackets can really dwindle all that extra pay down, leaving you with 100x more responsibility, for 5% more pay. It's not always worth it.

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Pfft, kids are an XP waste!

 

 

 

But a bit more serious, I would never want to bring something into this world destined to die. Being responsible for the creation of a life is a bit too much responsibility for me. If I was never born - would I care if I had gotten to "enjoy" life or not? Because of this - relationships are largely a huge waste of my time. They come with drama, obligations to waste my time on other peoples' wants, and offer very little in return that seems beneficial to my goals and desires. I'd rather not deal with it. That same "nothing that benefits my goals or desires" extends to friendships. They offer nothing to me but ask to take a lot from me. 

 

Working a 9 to 5 at least benefits my goals and desires. Not paying my taxes and being imprisoned doesn't benefit my goals and desires - so I pay my taxes.

 

If you want to pretend that I work and willingly contribute to society, then so be it. But the only reason that contribution reaches societies hands is because society is like a bully stealing lunch money. It's either "give me the money or get beaten up". Without jeapordizing my goals and desires - I don't really have a choice.

LOL @ relationships are a huge waste of your time.

 

This page and the previous page is full of laughter.

 

"Working a 9 to 5 is at least...", this is why you start your own business or become a partner of a business instead being in the bottom of the corporate ladder (if you work in a corporate world job).

 

Now, If you're working for a job that is paying you around minimum wage, well, you're screwed.

 

 

Relationships ARE a waste of time for some people. Some people prefer not to be in them, as hard as it might be to believe for someone so narrow minded.

 

Also, I never knew it was so easy to just become partner of a business and start your own business, I don't understand why everyone in the world hasn't done this with it being so damn easy. Oh wait, because it's not.

 

Also, take it from me, you do NOT want to own your own business. You lose the benefits, you can't come home and relax because your business is always on your mind, you constantly have to make sure your business isn't doomed to fail with the incredible amount of changes you are forced to adapt to in order to keep afloat. I find it much better to go to work, come home, and erase work from your mind so you can relax after work.

 

Also, higher pay doesn't necessarily mean you have more money. Higher tax brackets can really dwindle all that extra pay down, leaving you with 100x more responsibility, for 5% more pay. It's not always worth it.

 

Its a waste of time for those people who are socially awkward, in a mess themselves, or those from a bad background.

 

Its simple to be a partner of a business, obviously those who aren't either went into the corporate way, decided to make their own business, or had no partners or a good network to begin with, or simply unemployed.

 

Starting your own business these days is more easier and less risk associated than it was before 2008.

LLCs are more common these days, and I have friends who can take as many days as they want off from their work because of the amount of money they have been bringing in with their business, primarily because most of it is online based. So don't bring up the whole 'I'd rather go to a 9-5/40 hour work week and come home and erase work from my mind so i can relax after work".

 

I'll assume you haven't heard of off shore accounts, IRAs, HSAs, ETFs, or index funds. Having the higher pay allows you to have more money. 

Of course its worth it, you are not financially smart or good at all with your personal finances.

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[rehash same arguments made the other 15 times this argument has been had in this thread]

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LOL @ relationships are a huge waste of your time.

 

This page and the previous page is full of laughter.

 

"Working a 9 to 5 is at least...", this is why you start your own business or become a partner of a business instead being in the bottom of the corporate ladder (if you work in a corporate world job).

 

Now, If you're working for a job that is paying you around minimum wage, well, you're screwed.

 

 

Relationships ARE a waste of time for some people. Some people prefer not to be in them, as hard as it might be to believe for someone so narrow minded.

 

Also, I never knew it was so easy to just become partner of a business and start your own business, I don't understand why everyone in the world hasn't done this with it being so damn easy. Oh wait, because it's not.

 

Also, take it from me, you do NOT want to own your own business. You lose the benefits, you can't come home and relax because your business is always on your mind, you constantly have to make sure your business isn't doomed to fail with the incredible amount of changes you are forced to adapt to in order to keep afloat. I find it much better to go to work, come home, and erase work from your mind so you can relax after work.

 

Also, higher pay doesn't necessarily mean you have more money. Higher tax brackets can really dwindle all that extra pay down, leaving you with 100x more responsibility, for 5% more pay. It's not always worth it.

 

Its a waste of time for those people who are socially awkward, in a mess themselves, or those from a bad background.

 

Its simple to be a partner of a business, obviously those who aren't either went into the corporate way, decided to make their own business, or had no partners or a good network to begin with, or simply unemployed.

 

Starting your own business these days is more easier and less risk associated than it was before 2008.

LLCs are more common these days, and I have friends who can take as many days as they want off from their work because of the amount of money they have been bringing in with their business, primarily because most of it is online based. So don't bring up the whole 'I'd rather go to a 9-5/40 hour work week and come home and erase work from my mind so i can relax after work".

 

I'll assume you haven't heard of off shore accounts, IRAs, HSAs, ETFs, or index funds. Having the higher pay allows you to have more money. 

Of course its worth it, you are not financially smart or good at all with your personal finances.

 

 

Or a waste of time for those who have been in multiple relationships that have ended badly. Why would my brother, for instance, want to go into another relationship to be used and taken to the cleaners after breaking it off with sleazy lawyers? He already can't make enough of a living to support himself because the courts determined that SHE gets everything. Again, don't be so ridiculously narrow minded.

 

Making your own business in this economy is a huge risk, and can leave you bankrupt faster than you thought possible. You do realize the MAJORITY of businesses fail right? You don't just magically snap your fingers and have a successful business. If you really think it's that easy, be prepared for a rough financial ride in life. If it really was this easy, you wouldn't have horrible unemployment rates in some of the most developed countries in the world. I own a successful business already, and wish I went another route, so yes, I WOULD have rather come home and erase work from my mind, but it's too late for that.

 

I'll assume you don't realize that alot of these tax avoidance methods are in fact, tax avoidance, which is highly illegal in most countries. There's alot of fine print in most country's legal systems that actually prevent you from using it. Governments want your money, they don't just let you stop paying them so easily. You may think because you haven't experience repercussions from using these, that it's 100% legal and you'll never have problems. Even Canadian TFSA (Tax free savings accounts) have strict rules and fees that make up from that "saving" that you have. These are temporary shelters at the most, and you will make up for them with hidden fees and interest long term.

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LOL @ relationships are a huge waste of your time.

 

This page and the previous page is full of laughter.

 

"Working a 9 to 5 is at least...", this is why you start your own business or become a partner of a business instead being in the bottom of the corporate ladder (if you work in a corporate world job).

 

Now, If you're working for a job that is paying you around minimum wage, well, you're screwed.

 

 

Relationships ARE a waste of time for some people. Some people prefer not to be in them, as hard as it might be to believe for someone so narrow minded.

 

Also, I never knew it was so easy to just become partner of a business and start your own business, I don't understand why everyone in the world hasn't done this with it being so damn easy. Oh wait, because it's not.

 

Also, take it from me, you do NOT want to own your own business. You lose the benefits, you can't come home and relax because your business is always on your mind, you constantly have to make sure your business isn't doomed to fail with the incredible amount of changes you are forced to adapt to in order to keep afloat. I find it much better to go to work, come home, and erase work from your mind so you can relax after work.

 

Also, higher pay doesn't necessarily mean you have more money. Higher tax brackets can really dwindle all that extra pay down, leaving you with 100x more responsibility, for 5% more pay. It's not always worth it.

 

Its a waste of time for those people who are socially awkward, in a mess themselves, or those from a bad background.

 

Its simple to be a partner of a business, obviously those who aren't either went into the corporate way, decided to make their own business, or had no partners or a good network to begin with, or simply unemployed.

 

Starting your own business these days is more easier and less risk associated than it was before 2008.

LLCs are more common these days, and I have friends who can take as many days as they want off from their work because of the amount of money they have been bringing in with their business, primarily because most of it is online based. So don't bring up the whole 'I'd rather go to a 9-5/40 hour work week and come home and erase work from my mind so i can relax after work".

 

I'll assume you haven't heard of off shore accounts, IRAs, HSAs, ETFs, or index funds. Having the higher pay allows you to have more money. 

Of course its worth it, you are not financially smart or good at all with your personal finances.

 

 

Or a waste of time for those who have been in multiple relationships that have ended badly. Why would my brother, for instance, want to go into another relationship to be used and taken to the cleaners after breaking it off with sleazy lawyers? He already can't make enough of a living to support himself because the courts determined that SHE gets everything. Again, don't be so ridiculously narrow minded.

 

Making your own business in this economy is a huge risk, and can leave you bankrupt faster than you thought possible. You do realize the MAJORITY of businesses fail right? You don't just magically snap your fingers and have a successful business. If you really think it's that easy, be prepared for a rough financial ride in life. If it really was this easy, you wouldn't have horrible unemployment rates in some of the most developed countries in the world. I own a successful business already, and wish I went another route, so yes, I WOULD have rather come home and erase work from my mind, but it's too late for that.

 

I'll assume you don't realize that alot of these tax avoidance methods are in fact, tax avoidance, which is highly illegal in most countries. There's alot of fine print in most country's legal systems that actually prevent you from using it. Governments want your money, they don't just let you stop paying them so easily. You may think because you haven't experience repercussions from using these, that it's 100% legal and you'll never have problems. Even Canadian TFSA (Tax free savings accounts) have strict rules and fees that make up from that "saving" that you have. These are temporary shelters at the most, and you will make up for them with hidden fees and interest long term.

 

Who said being in a relationship meant that you have to give all of your assets/share all of your assets with your significant other?

Unless someone was stupid enough to tell their SO that they will now be sharing all their assets and liabilities with each other, there is no way for the courts (in the US) to make the male turnover assets to the SO. This is why people keep separate checking, savings, retirement and investment accounts, regardless if you are in a relationship or not.

 

Again, making a LLC in the US has been simpler than it has been in the past 6-7 years.

If you start a business with very little equity or cash, of course you will go down. Don't put all your chips in one place; those who put everything in their business and lost it all, can only blame themselves. You've got to be stupid to put everything into your newly started business, you set money and equity aside.

 

How the hell are IRAs, 401ks, HSAs and offshore accounts tax avoidance/illegal in the USA? Lmao.

Majority of these accounts are tax free...

Of course I read the fine print and have a fee-only CFP to help me when needed. I have never had any problems, never had any issues with the irs or the govt.

...Sure you can say these are 'temporary shelters', you do realize that there will always be thousands of other etfs, 401k accounts, to transfer my money into, whenever I feel like it, incase I ever have a reason of doubt that next years ROI isn't looking to great.

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This bank update has definitely increased the XP/hr of bank skills, no need to withdraw/deposit or even exit the bank anymore, all you have to do is press the preset1/2.

How much does this change things, especially times where you are withdrawing many different things (e.g. overloads)? I think a lot.

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Or a waste of time for those who have been in multiple relationships that have ended badly. Why would my brother, for instance, want to go into another relationship to be used and taken to the cleaners after breaking it off with sleazy lawyers? He already can't make enough of a living to support himself because the courts determined that SHE gets everything. Again, don't be so ridiculously narrow minded.

 

Making your own business in this economy is a huge risk, and can leave you bankrupt faster than you thought possible. You do realize the MAJORITY of businesses fail right? You don't just magically snap your fingers and have a successful business. If you really think it's that easy, be prepared for a rough financial ride in life. If it really was this easy, you wouldn't have horrible unemployment rates in some of the most developed countries in the world. I own a successful business already, and wish I went another route, so yes, I WOULD have rather come home and erase work from my mind, but it's too late for that.

 

I'll assume you don't realize that alot of these tax avoidance methods are in fact, tax avoidance, which is highly illegal in most countries. There's alot of fine print in most country's legal systems that actually prevent you from using it. Governments want your money, they don't just let you stop paying them so easily. You may think because you haven't experience repercussions from using these, that it's 100% legal and you'll never have problems. Even Canadian TFSA (Tax free savings accounts) have strict rules and fees that make up from that "saving" that you have. These are temporary shelters at the most, and you will make up for them with hidden fees and interest long term.

 

Who said being in a relationship meant that you have to give all of your assets/share all of your assets with your significant other?

Unless someone was stupid enough to tell their SO that they will now be sharing all their assets and liabilities with each other, there is no way for the courts (in the US) to make the male turnover assets to the SO. This is why people keep separate checking, savings, retirement and investment accounts, regardless if you are in a relationship or not.

 

Again, making a LLC in the US has been simpler than it has been in the past 6-7 years.

If you start a business with very little equity or cash, of course you will go down. Don't put all your chips in one place; those who put everything in their business and lost it all, can only blame themselves. You've got to be stupid to put everything into your newly started business, you set money and equity aside.

 

How the hell are IRAs, 401ks, HSAs and offshore accounts tax avoidance/illegal in the USA? Lmao.

Majority of these accounts are tax free...

Of course I read the fine print and have a fee-only CFP to help me when needed. I have never had any problems, never had any issues with the irs or the govt.

...Sure you can say these are 'temporary shelters', you do realize that there will always be thousands of other etfs, 401k accounts, to transfer my money into, whenever I feel like it, incase I ever have a reason of doubt that next years ROI isn't looking to great.

 

 

Well generally, relationships tend to lead to bigger things, i think it's called marriage, common-law partners, etc. These big powerful people called governments have what's called "Regulations" on how assets are split in the terms of divorce (which basically means broken up). Usually this ends up with half the assets (I think that means 50%, could be wrong) split among the partners upon such divorce. And you can argue prenups, but anything brought in during the marriage is still split, leaving you with alot of WASTED years. Not to mention that not everyone has such an open mind when prenups are brought into the picture.

 

Again, just because you can make an LLC in the USA doesn't mean you will instantly have a SUCCESSFUL business. Simple change can cause businesses that once thrived to fail, look at video rental places. The internet and streaming services such as Netflix has RUINED many thriving highly profitable businesses, and caused them to go bankrupt. This can happen in ANY business. Trust me, you don't have the solution to money problems, because you think the world is full of pixie dust and unicorns, and that money just pops out of nowhere for anybody who wants it.

 

And I never said all these are illegal in the USA, I'm saying things similar to this are illegal, or temporary shelters. And if you think you can just go from one shelter to the next shelter and infinitely avoid taxes, especially in the USA, you should really take some courses in financial law, because that is such a better alternative to prison sentences I hear. Though usually you get caught early enough to "only" have to pay substantial fines instead of prison time, but some people just don't learn after that.

 

Take offshore banking for instance:

 

Sure, you can put all your money in offshore banking as a tax haven, but only if you're not subjected to tax on your worldwide income in the country you live in. Since your income is made in your country of residence, you do not save a single bit of tax on your income, regardless where you stash it. The ONLY advantage is that you can avoid tax on your interest earned from that bank, and again, only if you are in a special group of people who aren't taxed on worldwide income (Hint: Virtually every country's policy on this is that a vast majority of your total income has to be from foreign sources). So if you make your income in the USA, there is no tax advantage to using an offshore bank account, unless you fail to report said income (like the interest income earned), which is called tax avoidance / fraud, and is highly illegal.

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This bank update has definitely increased the XP/hr of bank skills, no need to withdraw/deposit or even exit the bank anymore, all you have to do is press the preset1/2.

How much does this change things, especially times where you are withdrawing many different things (e.g. overloads)? I think a lot.

 

Overloads are amazing with this update. It not only speeds up the process, but lowers the strain on the hands allowing for much better consistency. I don't know exactly how much time this changes in terms of 200m, but it should definitely make a nice dent. I think the biggest impact of this is also the closing of the bank when loading a preset as well.

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I honestly don't think it made that big of a difference, but deffinetly a difference.

 

For stuff like overloads where you have to get multiple items or for getting geared up then it makes a more noticeable difference, but for things that you only get out 1 or 2 items the difference is minor

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I honestly don't think it made that big of a difference, but deffinetly a difference.

 

For stuff like overloads where you have to get multiple items or for getting geared up then it makes a more noticeable difference, but for things that you only get out 1 or 2 items the difference is minor

 

True, I was more basing it off of overloads and such for good time saving. But even saving a couple ticks per bank session can really add up over the time it takes to hit 200m. Every automatic bank closure basically saves at least a tick per inventory, along with cutting out alot of ticks from less clicking.

 

Example - crafting:

 

Banking dhide bodies and withdrawing more leather takes at the very least (correct me if I'm wrong) 4 clicks, plus an additional click to close the bank (Depositing all will cause more clicking because you have to re-withdraw the thread).

 

Under this new system, it takes 1 single click (the loadout button), to bank the bodies and withdraw the leather, with the bank automatically closing.

 

That's 4 clicks less every single inventory, which definitely adds up.

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Ya but then you have to remember the exit button to close the bank and mouse keys would be mousekey dragon hide bodies then mousekey hide into inventory and your done extremely fast.  Doing that and pressing exit for someone extremely fast may even compete with the time to press that button, considering there is a slight delay and the button is in an odd spot, however screen markers can help speed up that process.

 

It is very convenient for overloads tho, and definitely easier than mousekeys for crafting and stuff.

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Ya but then you have to remember the exit button to close the bank and mouse keys would be mousekey dragon hide bodies then mousekey hide into inventory and your done extremely fast.  Doing that and pressing exit for someone extremely fast may even compete with the time to press that button, considering there is a slight delay and the button is in an odd spot, however screen markers can help speed up that process.

 

It is very convenient for overloads tho, and definitely easier than mousekeys for crafting and stuff.

 

Yeah mousekey users won't notice quite as much of a difference, but with such a minority of players using it, it really does speed it up for most. I for instance have never once used mousekeys (esp after this whole legal / illegal debate with jmods conflicting each other), and this update is a bloody dream for me.

 

Overloads I have almost doubled in speed, if not more, as well as the other skills once I get used to the button location more.

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