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« Reply #108 on: September 29, 2018, 09:23:30 AM »
Pretty sure fall has arrived here in Denver.... low of 40 tonight!
Thatís awesome.  Would love some of that.  Iím hoping for some cool temps for Harlan.
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« Reply #109 on: September 29, 2018, 09:55:31 PM »
Pretty sure fall has arrived here in Denver.... low of 40 tonight!
Thatís awesome.  Would love some of that.  Iím hoping for some cool temps for Harlan.

I bet it will be perfect this year!
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« Reply #110 on: October 19, 2018, 07:14:46 AM »
https://www.freshnessmag.com/2016/08/08/remote-control-lego-land-rover-defender-90/


This would have been the LEGO build of my dreams as a kid. Still pretty cool.


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« Reply #111 on: October 19, 2018, 09:35:50 AM »
https://www.freshnessmag.com/2016/08/08/remote-control-lego-land-rover-defender-90/


This would have been the LEGO build of my dreams as a kid. Still pretty cool.


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« Reply #112 on: November 01, 2018, 12:54:20 PM »
Copy and paste, plus some editing to shorten it up. These numbers are world-wide

Credit Suisse defines net worth, or "wealth," as "the value of financial assets plus real assets (principally housing) owned by households, minus their debts."

Needed to be in the one percent: $871,320. More than 19 million Americans are in the 1 percent worldwide, Credit Suisse reports, far more than from any other country, while "China is now clearly established in second place in the world wealth hierarchy," with 4.2 million citizens among the world's top 1 percent.

To be among the top 10 percent worldwide, you don't even need six figures: A net worth of $93,170 will do it.

And even if you have just $4,210 to your name, you're still richer than half of the world's residents.
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« Reply #113 on: November 01, 2018, 01:02:28 PM »
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Credit Suisse defines net worth, or "wealth," as "the value of financial assets plus real assets (principally housing) owned by households, minus their debts."

Needed to be in the one percent: $871,320. More than 19 million Americans are in the 1 percent worldwide, Credit Suisse reports, far more than from any other country, while "China is now clearly established in second place in the world wealth hierarchy," with 4.2 million citizens among the world's top 1 percent.

To be among the top 10 percent worldwide, you don't even need six figures: A net worth of $93,170 will do it.

And even if you have just $4,210 to your name, you're still richer than half of the world's residents.

From a statistician perspective i despise these kinds of numbers though.  $800k in parts of the world is more than you can spend in a lifetime and would allow you to run around with new toyotas and gold plated AKs.  $800k in New York barely buys a closet with a refrigerator. 

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« Reply #114 on: November 01, 2018, 01:03:08 PM »

Needed to be in the one percent: $871,320. More than 19 million Americans are in the 1 percent worldwide, Credit Suisse reports, far more than from any other country
Interesting stats.  Iím surprised how low that number is. Just an observation. 

And even if you have just $4,210 to your name, you're still richer than half of the world's residents.
Wow, just wow.

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« Reply #115 on: November 01, 2018, 01:17:23 PM »
We were talking about a similar stat at work the other day. NY has the most billionaires world wide.
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« Reply #116 on: November 01, 2018, 01:29:40 PM »
Copy and paste, plus some editing to shorten it up. These numbers are world-wide

Credit Suisse defines net worth, or "wealth," as "the value of financial assets plus real assets (principally housing) owned by households, minus their debts."

Needed to be in the one percent: $871,320. More than 19 million Americans are in the 1 percent worldwide, Credit Suisse reports, far more than from any other country, while "China is now clearly established in second place in the world wealth hierarchy," with 4.2 million citizens among the world's top 1 percent.

To be among the top 10 percent worldwide, you don't even need six figures: A net worth of $93,170 will do it.

And even if you have just $4,210 to your name, you're still richer than half of the world's residents.

From a statistician perspective i despise these kinds of numbers though.  $800k in parts of the world is more than you can spend in a lifetime and would allow you to run around with new toyotas and gold plated AKs.  $800k in New York barely buys a closet with a refrigerator. 

You can probably still get a gold plated AK in NY with 800k, if you know the right people

While I agree with what you said, I still think its interesting to see it on a global scale
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« Reply #117 on: November 01, 2018, 02:15:09 PM »
Copy and paste, plus some editing to shorten it up. These numbers are world-wide

Credit Suisse defines net worth, or "wealth," as "the value of financial assets plus real assets (principally housing) owned by households, minus their debts."

Needed to be in the one percent: $871,320. More than 19 million Americans are in the 1 percent worldwide, Credit Suisse reports, far more than from any other country, while "China is now clearly established in second place in the world wealth hierarchy," with 4.2 million citizens among the world's top 1 percent.

To be among the top 10 percent worldwide, you don't even need six figures: A net worth of $93,170 will do it.

And even if you have just $4,210 to your name, you're still richer than half of the world's residents.

From a statistician perspective i despise these kinds of numbers though.  $800k in parts of the world is more than you can spend in a lifetime and would allow you to run around with new toyotas and gold plated AKs.  $800k in New York barely buys a closet with a refrigerator. 

You can probably still get a gold plated AK in NY with 800k, if you know the right people

While I agree with what you said, I still think its interesting to see it on a global scale

I donít mean to beat up the messenger but I think itís #fakenews.  Taking just the amount simply doesnít translate.

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« Reply #118 on: November 01, 2018, 02:49:53 PM »
Copy and paste, plus some editing to shorten it up. These numbers are world-wide

Credit Suisse defines net worth, or "wealth," as "the value of financial assets plus real assets (principally housing) owned by households, minus their debts."

Needed to be in the one percent: $871,320. More than 19 million Americans are in the 1 percent worldwide, Credit Suisse reports, far more than from any other country, while "China is now clearly established in second place in the world wealth hierarchy," with 4.2 million citizens among the world's top 1 percent.

To be among the top 10 percent worldwide, you don't even need six figures: A net worth of $93,170 will do it.

And even if you have just $4,210 to your name, you're still richer than half of the world's residents.

From a statistician perspective i despise these kinds of numbers though.  $800k in parts of the world is more than you can spend in a lifetime and would allow you to run around with new toyotas and gold plated AKs.  $800k in New York barely buys a closet with a refrigerator.
It's time to move to a shithole country and be a king!
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« Reply #119 on: November 01, 2018, 02:57:59 PM »
Copy and paste, plus some editing to shorten it up. These numbers are world-wide

Credit Suisse defines net worth, or "wealth," as "the value of financial assets plus real assets (principally housing) owned by households, minus their debts."

Needed to be in the one percent: $871,320. More than 19 million Americans are in the 1 percent worldwide, Credit Suisse reports, far more than from any other country, while "China is now clearly established in second place in the world wealth hierarchy," with 4.2 million citizens among the world's top 1 percent.

To be among the top 10 percent worldwide, you don't even need six figures: A net worth of $93,170 will do it.

And even if you have just $4,210 to your name, you're still richer than half of the world's residents.

From a statistician perspective i despise these kinds of numbers though.  $800k in parts of the world is more than you can spend in a lifetime and would allow you to run around with new toyotas and gold plated AKs.  $800k in New York barely buys a closet with a refrigerator.
It's time to move to a shithole country and be a king!

Is Evarts a country?
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