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Offline Squidward von Squidderson

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Re: Addressing climate change
« Reply #180 on: August 27, 2019, 04:05:18 pm »
You can do whatever you want.  If you have cash and want to buy a new car you should do just that.

No one said anything about needing ypur permission.  I was just answering your question. 

I spent $7K on a seven year old van with 100K km on it, and I grit my teeth. 

Different prioties...   Probably cuz of:

I spent $800K+ on a bungalow because I couldn't bear to play casino with an unfair rental market that was costing me $3k per month for housing.  I was not enthusiastic about the housing market which is why I was out of it for decades.  I still think it's going to crash and I don't care.

Yes...   Different financial situations breed different spending priorities.   Which was the answer to your question.

You rented for decades despite being able to buy???     Ooops.  The impending doom of the housing market was not a great prediction.
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