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#243 - It is different in the states. For $10 an hour, working 40 hou…  [+] (3 replies) 05/23/2016 on Robot has a problem 0
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#261 - rustywoodenspoons (05/24/2016) [-]
As someone who lives in a nice house in ontario canada, for 500 dollars a month with 2 house mates, you didn't even look.
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#245 - Mr Ronok (05/23/2016) [-]
honestly, i probably can afford to move out and into a small starter home right now. but to do that id have to set my mortgage up with close to the lowest monthly payments i could get and that would probably just cover the interest. then id have bills to consider and i drive a 13 year old truck with close to 190K miles on it so im probably gonna need a new vehicle soon as well.
#246 - bellcurve (05/23/2016) [-]
Why not rent instead of buy?
#238 - Unless he has a felony in his record, or a severe disability, …  [+] (5 replies) 05/23/2016 on Robot has a problem +1
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#239 - Mr Ronok (05/23/2016) [-]
maybe its different in the states, but i live in canada. ive had a steady seasonal job ($13 an hour, 40 hours a week from march to october) for the last 6 years. im not gonna lie, i do make big purchases here and there (built a new gaming rig last spring, $1300) ive saved up $18K and thats not really enough to move into a small house or decent apartment thats not gonna give me bedbugs.
#243 - bellcurve (05/23/2016) [-]
It is different in the states. For $10 an hour, working 40 hours a week, I moved out at 19 years old into a 2 bedroom/1 bath house. $750 a month in rent. This was with no major purchases but a considerable car payment monthly. I've been out of the family home for 5 years now and I've done whatever I had to do in order to maintain that.
It was my priority to be self sufficient, and it continues to be. I make less than you, but I also pay less in rent, have paid off my car, and have a roommate.
I've dealt with bedbugs- I've removed an infestation on my own and succeeded. If it's important enough, it can be done. Priorities.
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#261 - rustywoodenspoons (05/24/2016) [-]
As someone who lives in a nice house in ontario canada, for 500 dollars a month with 2 house mates, you didn't even look.
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#245 - Mr Ronok (05/23/2016) [-]
honestly, i probably can afford to move out and into a small starter home right now. but to do that id have to set my mortgage up with close to the lowest monthly payments i could get and that would probably just cover the interest. then id have bills to consider and i drive a 13 year old truck with close to 190K miles on it so im probably gonna need a new vehicle soon as well.
#246 - bellcurve (05/23/2016) [-]
Why not rent instead of buy?
#235 - Ew. This idiot needs to not live with mommy. Job, paycheck, move out.  [+] (9 replies) 05/23/2016 on Robot has a problem +9
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#236 - Mr Ronok (05/23/2016) [-]
you say that like its a super easy thing to do.
#240 - grandzora (05/23/2016) [-]
**grandzora used "*roll picture*"**
**grandzora rolled image** My brother called in Mcdonalds yesterday, said he wanted a job, they hired him during the interview the next day for 11$ an hour, its easy as hell to get a job
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#241 - Mr Ronok (05/23/2016) [-]
i meant the moving out part. getting a low paying job in canada is easy. finding a decent apartment or buying a small starter home while working that low paying job is not
#238 - bellcurve (05/23/2016) [-]
Unless he has a felony in his record, or a severe disability, there is nothing to prevent this person from applying for a job. Honestly. McD's, BK, anything. A bank account does not need a cosignatory to be opened. Most only require $5 to start. That's less than a minimum wage paycheck for 2 weeks.
This person is an adult, they can start to live like one too. Mommy is creepy. If he cares at all about himself, he'll do something to put an end to it.
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#239 - Mr Ronok (05/23/2016) [-]
maybe its different in the states, but i live in canada. ive had a steady seasonal job ($13 an hour, 40 hours a week from march to october) for the last 6 years. im not gonna lie, i do make big purchases here and there (built a new gaming rig last spring, $1300) ive saved up $18K and thats not really enough to move into a small house or decent apartment thats not gonna give me bedbugs.
#243 - bellcurve (05/23/2016) [-]
It is different in the states. For $10 an hour, working 40 hours a week, I moved out at 19 years old into a 2 bedroom/1 bath house. $750 a month in rent. This was with no major purchases but a considerable car payment monthly. I've been out of the family home for 5 years now and I've done whatever I had to do in order to maintain that.
It was my priority to be self sufficient, and it continues to be. I make less than you, but I also pay less in rent, have paid off my car, and have a roommate.
I've dealt with bedbugs- I've removed an infestation on my own and succeeded. If it's important enough, it can be done. Priorities.
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#261 - rustywoodenspoons (05/24/2016) [-]
As someone who lives in a nice house in ontario canada, for 500 dollars a month with 2 house mates, you didn't even look.
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#245 - Mr Ronok (05/23/2016) [-]
honestly, i probably can afford to move out and into a small starter home right now. but to do that id have to set my mortgage up with close to the lowest monthly payments i could get and that would probably just cover the interest. then id have bills to consider and i drive a 13 year old truck with close to 190K miles on it so im probably gonna need a new vehicle soon as well.
#246 - bellcurve (05/23/2016) [-]
Why not rent instead of buy?