I can’t get over how bad the Star Wars movie was, the social justice warrior edition, and how utterly retarded Director and Writer Rian Johnson is for ruining the franchise. Not only did he completely ruin the lore of Luke Skywalker, but he also inserted a purple hair’d weirdo Admiral to turn ISIS and light speed into oblivion for the sake of what exactly? All of the characters were maligned, and Kylo Ren was reduced to a petulant child, throwing tantrums at every turn, perpetually filled with conflict.
Do you mean to tell me when he killed Dad in the last movie that wasn’t enough to ‘go to the darkside’? For the love of Christ, this movie sucked so bad I will never bother with another Star Wars movie again.
But it’s sort of indicative of a greater sickness permeating the collective psyche out there now, a wanton sense of entitlement that is born out of excess; which brings me to my next point: the bubble in cryptocurrencies is going to ruin lives.
Yes, I know, the Dow Jones is for olde men who value profits and metrics. The new economy is all digital, based on white papers and Github forums, checked by auditors on Reddit. Anyone who isn’t part of this new religion is simply missing out and shouldn’t be so bitter — because being bitter is for old men and old men are supposed to die soon and the younger people will never age.
If I may be so bold, spend $6, or buy the collectors version with RARE ART paperback, and read my cautionary tale of when I was young and stupid, just like you, and how the dot com bubble burst nearly ruined my life. It’s a quick read and I promise you’ll enjoy it because I’m a fine writer and know how to spin a good yarn.
If you’re not interested in cautionary tales, read the prequel, and you can simply pretend the good times will continue indefinitely.
That being said, I intend to continue buying/selling my crypto proxy plays and I am building an Exodus platform for cryptos. I do not need to invest in cryptos to know that there is a massive market out there of newly minted speculators who are without basic investment tools to make better informed decisions. But rest assured, the bubble will pop at some point and when it does you’ll reflect upon your hubris as a laughable moment of grand stupidity.If you enjoy the content at iBankCoin, please follow us on Twitter