Why I Would Never…Ugh
Jae’s Manifesto Rule #4. When it comes to money, there is no such word as “Never.”
You want to know why I really, really don’t like YouTube? This list is long. The topic isn’t limited to Medicare. This thumbnail sums it up (thanks for that, I guess).
There is no such thing as never. This thumbnail is pure clickbait, 100%.
I can understand wanting to create thumbnails to attract views, no problem.
There is (almost) no such thing as “if money is no object.” There is risk, return, and a price. That, by itself, should tell you there “if money is no object” is simply not a valid clause. The crazy thing about the information flow is that people want to plant their stake in the ground at one extreme or another, in order to attract attention.
If that is your hill to die on, please move on, Jae’s Corner is NOT FOR YOU. No problem. For the reasonable, vast majority, let’s move on, too much time and space have been used already.
This isn’t the only financial topic where such extreme statements should be avoided, btw.
My Even-handed Explanation (imo).
After that one, this:
Many think imma ouchea jsu makin it up….ok, maybe (take a number, go the back of the very long line).
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What I’m Going To Tell The Fancy Crowd
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