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God, Lawyer, and Shoes: Tinkoff Credit Systems About the Bank IA THEMETAPICTURECOM Guy does to bank what banks usually do to other people 1 day ago The idea of beating the banks at their own game may seem like a rich joke, but Dmitry Agarkov, a 42-year-old Russian man, may have managed it Unhappy with the terms of an unsolicited credit card offer he received from online bank Tinkoft Credit Systems, Agarkov scanned the document wrote in his own terms and sent it through. The bank approved the contract without reading the amended fne print, unwittingly agreeing to a 0 percent interest rate, unlimited credit and no fees, as well as a stipulation that the bank pay steep fines for changing or canceling the contract Agarkov used the card for two years, but the bank ultimately canceled it and sued Agarkov for $1.363. The bank said he owed them charges interest and late-payment fees A court ruled that because of the no-fee, no-interest stipulation Agarkov had written in, he owed only his unpaid $575 balance Now Agarkov is suing the bank for $727,000 for not honoring the contract's terms and the bank is hollering fraud They signed the documents without looking They said what usually their borrowers say in court We have not read it Agarkov's lawyer said. The shoe's on the other foot now, eh? Soucel lfeellike: allthingshyper: st-just: Hero. If you look up power move in the dictionary, you get this story god bless this man

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God, Lawyer, and Shoes: Tinkoff Credit Systems About the Bank IA THEMETAPICTURECOM Guy does to bank what banks usually do to other people 1 day ago The idea of beating the banks at their own game may seem like a rich joke, but Dmitry Agarkov, a 42-year-old Russian man, may have managed it Unhappy with the terms of an unsolicited credit card offer he received from online bank Tinkoft Credit Systems, Agarkov scanned the document wrote in his own terms and sent it through. The bank approved the contract without reading the amended fne print, unwittingly agreeing to a 0 percent interest rate, unlimited credit and no fees, as well as a stipulation that the bank pay steep fines for changing or canceling the contract Agarkov used the card for two years, but the bank ultimately canceled it and sued Agarkov for $1.363. The bank said he owed them charges interest and late-payment fees A court ruled that because of the no-fee, no-interest stipulation Agarkov had written in, he owed only his unpaid $575 balance Now Agarkov is suing the bank for $727,000 for not honoring the contract's terms and the bank is hollering fraud They signed the documents without looking They said what usually their borrowers say in court We have not read it Agarkov's lawyer said. The shoe's on the other foot now, eh? Soucel lfeellike: allthingshyper: st-just: Hero. If you look up power move in the dictionary, you get this story god bless this man

lfeellike: allthingshyper: st-just: Hero. If you look up power move in the dictionary, you get this story god bless this man

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God, Lawyer, and Shoes: Tinkoff Credit Systems About the Bank IA THEMETAPICTURECOM Guy does to bank what banks usually do to other people 1 day ago The idea of beating the banks at their own game may seem like a rich joke, but Dmitry Agarkov, a 42-year-old Russian man, may have managed it Unhappy with the terms of an unsolicited credit card offer he received from online bank Tinkoft Credit Systems, Agarkov scanned the document wrote in his own terms and sent it through. The bank approved the contract without reading the amended fne print, unwittingly agreeing to a 0 percent interest rate, unlimited credit and no fees, as well as a stipulation that the bank pay steep fines for changing or canceling the contract Agarkov used the card for two years, but the bank ultimately canceled it and sued Agarkov for $1.363. The bank said he owed them charges interest and late-payment fees A court ruled that because of the no-fee, no-interest stipulation Agarkov had written in, he owed only his unpaid $575 balance Now Agarkov is suing the bank for $727,000 for not honoring the contract's terms and the bank is hollering fraud They signed the documents without looking They said what usually their borrowers say in court We have not read it Agarkov's lawyer said. The shoe's on the other foot now, eh? Soucel lfeellike: allthingshyper: st-just: Hero. If you look up power move in the dictionary, you get this story god bless this man

lfeellike: allthingshyper: st-just: Hero. If you look up power move in the dictionary, you get this story god bless this man

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A Dream, Animals, and Crazy: tropiyas "i am a monument to all your sins" is such a fucking raw line for a villain it's amazing that it came from halo, a modernish video game, and not some classical text or mythos biggest-gaudies-patronuses classic texts have nothing on the crazy people come up with in modern times tbh mindfulwrath honestly "ril do whatever you want '"then perish" is the single most powerful exchange possible in the english language and it's from some bizarre "hewwo" obama rp falling-towers And there was that other post where someone dreamt that Obama said "violence for violence is the rule of beasts" like what is it about Obama that makes people come up with such raw fucking dialogue for him twofingerswhiskey my mother had a dream where he lived in the forest and she had a cigarette with him and he said "to become god is the loneliest achievement of them all and put it out and walked into the mist and rve never fucking forgotten that Text Source: mindfulwrath cerastes "T survived because the fire inside me burned brighter than the fire around me." Joshua Graham, Who Is A Fallout New Vegas NPC, Something Most People Throwing This Quote Around Dont Realize sparkylurkdragon "If the world chooses to become my enemy, I will fight like always have." Shadow the Hedgehog in what is widely considered one of if not the single worst game in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise tarradash wint edri IF THE ZOO BANS ME FOR HOLLERING AT THE ANIMALS I WILL FACE GOD AND WALK BACKWARDS INTO HELL 3.991 5349 2:46 PM-22 May 2012 spookyscaryskeletitties Everything that we know and love is reducible to the absurd acts of chemicals, and there is therefore no intrinsic value in this material universe Hypocrite that you are, for you trust the chemicals in your brain to tell you they are chemicals. All knowledge is ultimately based on that which we cannot prove. Will you fight? Or will perish like a dog? this is the source for this text and it haunts me on a regular basis yeah-yeah-beebiss-1 "Do you think God stays in heaven because he too, lives in fear of what he's created? -Steve Buscemi's character in Spy Kids 2 Source: tropiyas #quotes #fucking metal 219,303 notes Modern Reinassance
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Dope, Food, and Fucking: hipsterkittypostingteenybopper Re: Purge. If everything was legal for like twenty-four hours I'd start a communal garden. This is barely even hyperbole. I would legit start a communal garden with whoever wanted to join me. I think that would be fucking dope. derinthemadscientist Rewrite of The Purge where, for 24 hours, people hurriedly complete all those renovations and projects that the council forbids. Helen, leader of the PTA, laughs maniacally as she tears grass from her lawn with a pitchfork, her thirteen- year-old daughter Emily's arms red with mud as she wades through the carnage, planting thyme. Jack and Mitch have left their friendly smiles behind at the RSL; today their faces show only grim determination as they methodically shovel gravel into potholes and pour bitumen. The local biker gang, gathered on the corner, are the most rambunctious of the mischief-makers, whooping and hollering as nail guns are driven into plywood, assembling miniature by-the-road shelters for the homeless to rest on cold nights. Their noise covers the sounds of Katy and Sam moving from street to street with their trolleys, picking up unsold or unwanted food from houses and restaurants to give to the hungry without fear of taxation or food safety reprisals. They're young, and still scared of being caught But there's no one to catch them. Not tonight dreamerinsilico ...You know you live in a dystopian capitalist hellscape when.... The Purge: Maybe we are good people
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Bad, Children, and Fire: IS HE DOING IT ON PURPOSE? When a client of mine tells me that he became abusive because he lost control of himself, I ask him why he didn't do something even worse. For example, I might say, "You called her a fucking whore, you grabbed the phone out of her hand and whipped it across the room, and then you gave her a shove and she fell down. There she was at your feet, where it would have been easy to kick her in the head. Now, you have just finished telling me that you were 'totally out of control' at that time, but you didn't kick her. What stopped you?" And the client can always give me a reason. Here are some common explanations "I wouldn't want to cause her a serious njury. " "I realized one of the children was watching." "I was afraid someone would call the police." "I could kill her ifI did that." "The fight was getting loud, and I was afraid neighbors would hear." And the most frequent response of all: "Jesus, I wouldn 't do that. I would never do something like that to her." The response that I almost never heard-I remember hearing it twice in fifteen years-was: "I don't know." These ready answers strip the cover off of my clients' loss-of-control excuse. While a man is on an abusive rampage, verbally or physically, his mind maintains awareness of a number of questions: "Am I doing something that other people could find out about, so it could make me look bad? Am I doing anything that could get me in legal trouble? Could I get hurt myself? Am I doing anything that I myself consider too cruel gross, or violent?" A critical insight seeped into me from working with my first few dozen clients: An abuser almost never does anything that he himself con siders morally unacceptable. He may hide what he does because he thinks other people would disagree with it, but he feels justified inside. I can't remember a client ever having said to me: ""There's no way I can defend what I did. It was just totally wrong." He invariably has a reason that he considers good enough. In short, an abuser's core problem is that he has a distorted sense of right and wrong. sergle: i’m reading why does he do that and this last part has been ON FIRE, i am hollering in my house.
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