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Weltering in Blood



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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 12:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

To be fair, I have very little outgoings when it comes to my money. I don't buy expensive clothes, I don't go to the pub every weekend, I don't smoke, my mortgage is paid off, I have no debts and I got rid of my car when I got my last job because I work two mins from home. I always have money left over and it builds up...not living pay cheque to pay cheque. Course, there's lots of things I could /should be buying instead of pieces of black vinyl hah...

that being said, my usual spend is about €100-€150 a month. This was just some fucked up month and needless to say, there'll be nothing spent this coming month. Some cool deals I couldn't pass up (Endsieg!). Then there's the other side: stuff seems to sell out so fast thesedays that if you want something, you'd better get it right away or spend your days ebay hopping to find it at a reasonable price.

Just sold some old eps, demos and stuff so made back €230. Get it in the bank account before the wife notices hehe
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 12:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

usually between 0 up to maybe 400... but to be honest i feel that my spendings goin pretty much down in few month naturally
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 1:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm presently buying nothing other than absolute essentials. I prefer to familiarise myself with what I obtain than buy a whole load more to satiate a need for consumption. Being broke helps this philosophy as does being a cynical cunt.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 2:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

SIID wrote:
Warcrust wrote:
In Hungary the average wage is around 500 euro, while the minimum wage is 300 euro per month (and no, not for only people who has not any qualificatons, many qualified people earns minimum wage/or can found jobs only with minimum wage).


Same shit here in Poland.


Polak, Węgier, dwa bratanki, i do szabli, i do szklanki. Ironic... Sad
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 2:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I saw this famous land of chocolate and watches and I think to have seen more banks than bakeries, practically one around the corner. Thats why nobody ask, nobody say : how much he earns from all this.


No clue from which shithole beginner country or Banana republic you come from, but just because you spent one afternoon on Zürich Bahnhofstrasse or Gstaad Palace Casino you know SHIT about neither my country nor the people who are living here *.

* That of course doesn't include the 20% of uninvited long-time guests which are all enjoying the pleasures of globalized capitalism as well. But someone has to do the dirty dishes, right?
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 2:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Goatanizer wrote:
VATRA I SUMPOR wrote:
Stalinorgel wrote:
In my country no one talks about how much he earns.


Well, it is pointless talking about how much one earns in Switzerland when you're settled for life from Nazi gold.



Nothing could be more absurd ... nothing be more true.
Swiss banks hold a lot of gold coming not only from the Old Germany but above all from organized crime,
and offshore companies; any rich criminal can open an account in CH, remaining anonymous. The Swiss bankers seem to have an eye towards "the criminal class."I saw this famous land of chocolate and watches and I think to have seen more banks than bakeries, practically one around the corner. Thats why nobody ask, nobody say : how much he earns from all this.


you must have read a very intelligent book to come up with this story...
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 2:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Goatanizer wrote:
VATRA I SUMPOR wrote:
Stalinorgel wrote:
In my country no one talks about how much he earns.


Well, it is pointless talking about how much one earns in Switzerland when you're settled for life from Nazi gold.



Nothing could be more absurd ... nothing be more true.
Swiss banks hold a lot of gold coming not only from the Old Germany but above all from organized crime,
and offshore companies; any rich criminal can open an account in CH, remaining anonymous. The Swiss bankers seem to have an eye towards "the criminal class."I saw this famous land of chocolate and watches and I think to have seen more banks than bakeries, practically one around the corner. Thats why nobody ask, nobody say : how much he earns from all this.


you must have read a very intelligent book to come up with this story...
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 5:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Weltering in Blood wrote:
To be fair, I have very little outgoings when it comes to my money. I don't buy expensive clothes, I don't go to the pub every weekend, I don't smoke, my mortgage is paid off, I have no debts and I got rid of my car when I got my last job because I work two mins from home. I always have money left over and it builds up...not living pay cheque to pay cheque. Course, there's lots of things I could /should be buying instead of pieces of black vinyl hah...

that being said, my usual spend is about €100-€150 a month. This was just some fucked up month and needless to say, there'll be nothing spent this coming month. Some cool deals I couldn't pass up (Endsieg!). Then there's the other side: stuff seems to sell out so fast thesedays that if you want something, you'd better get it right away or spend your days ebay hopping to find it at a reasonable price.

Just sold some old eps, demos and stuff so made back €230. Get it in the bank account before the wife notices hehe


I admire your self placement.
I work for the city, mind you I live across the city of where my department is located and in Canada, particularily in a city anyways where public transit is not exactly refined to perfection... so I must maintain my car (expense)
Having ones mortgage done is also a applause. Well done.

I've done the 'divorce' thing and taken on roomates to help my mortgage situation. Have one child just starting school. Unless Yosuke can send grade school lessons as the die hard additions from now on, my spending is declinging Laughing

At the peak of my spending craze I wager I spent about $600 Canadian a month on music... $600 to $800.
Now I have certainly lapsed into a record or cd a month or two club.
Honestly I do not believe I am missing anything anymore, it is all sounding the same anyways. Been at this game too long to care anymore.

Only two records seem worthy of purchase at this point, the new Watain and the new The Ruins of Beverast. Aside from that, download is friendly and whats friendlier than that? The worthless horde of thousands of albums already aquired Wink
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 11:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well educated but can only find part time work so I spend maybe 50€ per month. But I have a good backlog of stuff and classics so that's fine. However, I don't get to support bands as much as I'd like.
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Zombie Dance



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PostPosted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 12:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This month i spent 400 euros for two records that's my true record and i hope i won't beat it soon... Thing is i found all these ultra rare cds for 1 euro each and made 500 euros for 30 cds... I would have to work two weeks non stop at least to earn that money^^

I'm a student and i work, it means no taxes but what i earn the first 4 months goes directly to university costs since i'm paying for everything.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 12:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zombie Dance wrote:
This month i spent 400 euros for two records that's my true record and i hope i won't beat it soon...


What records, by the way? I think that's more interesting than the "money" discussion...
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 1:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It depends on the month, but I rarely spend more than €100-150 on music in a month. It occurred a few times this year but that is just because my wages increased and I bought quite a lot of stuff I had been eyeing for months/years, but couldn't get because buying food was slightly more important. Wink
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lordnausea



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PostPosted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 1:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very nice and interesting post.

Some people just have realized that there are two opposite Europe.

Here in Spain the minimum wage is around 650 euro, and between 1200-2000 in a qualified job with university studies.

Anyway, we have a unemployment rate about 28% of the population....

Absolutely shit...

I spent too much money in the last year (200 euro per month maybe) and just realized that I need to buy only essentials after a long thinking and selection. It is more easy since my collection of desired stuff is nearer to complete, only need some puntual things.

I also felt in love with the tape format, cheap and cool!!

(All MANIAC BUTCHER discograpy on tape for 24 euro)
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 1:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

LuiSlayer wrote:
Zombie Dance wrote:
This month i spent 400 euros for two records that's my true record and i hope i won't beat it soon...


What records, by the way? I think that's more interesting than the "money" discussion...

Burzum : Burzum (DSP with voices of wonder adress on the bottom)
Abruptum : Obscuritatem lp (DSP)

Those were two major wants on my list and the Burzum is one of my favourite album so i'm pretty happy with it^^
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 1:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zombie Dance wrote:
LuiSlayer wrote:
Zombie Dance wrote:
This month i spent 400 euros for two records that's my true record and i hope i won't beat it soon...


What records, by the way? I think that's more interesting than the "money" discussion...

Burzum : Burzum (DSP with voices of wonder adress on the bottom)
Abruptum : Obscuritatem lp (DSP)

Those were two major wants on my list and the Burzum is one of my favourite album so i'm pretty happy with it^^


Indeed! Nice scores, mate. Congratulations!
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