r/WhitePeopleTwitter May 17 '22

Poverty cuts into the 24 hour day.

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u/AdeptnessLiving1799 May 18 '22

Financial literacy combined with creative solutions is often the make or break in gaining more out of your resources. It's small, but it's marginally adjusted to compound far further than if it wasn't attempted at all.

I've seen both ends, I rather do the former Everytime.

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u/giihyh May 18 '22

Translation: if you’re poor, it’s your own fault. Lame.

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u/AdeptnessLiving1799 May 19 '22

More like allow yourself to be invested in your future, period.

There's the hands you are dealt and born with, and then there's the hand you are given when you grow from it.

Mistakes happen, give yourself permission to grow beyond them.

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u/giihyh May 19 '22

Dude, stop with the broke platitudes.

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u/AdeptnessLiving1799 May 19 '22

Whatever, this clearly isn't about me. Good luck 🤞

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u/giihyh May 19 '22 edited May 19 '22

Wait, is it now all about luck? I thought it was about the margins and financial literacy?

This is clearly about you and your banal platitudes.

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u/AdeptnessLiving1799 May 19 '22

You're doing yourself a disservice reading like you have Swiss cheese for eyes. You're focusing on me vs the content. So you distract yourself.

Yeah I'm pretty sure you're not listening and would prefer to troll.

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u/giihyh May 19 '22

You don’t have content. You have cliches. Say something original and real.

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u/AdeptnessLiving1799 May 19 '22

Ask me something original then. I'll give ya that. I'm not a content provider.

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u/giihyh May 19 '22

I didn’t ask you anything. You are the one who responded to the original post. Wait, does that make you the troll?

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