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Cantisama (1日前) #30899916I think you're lost (in more ways than one). This be a figure site ^^;
Well, he is trying to figure out the answer.
I don't want to be that guy, but it seems like your sister's boyfriend is to blame for at least 2/3rd of all these problems. It might seem like a string of bad luck, but that's probably where a lot of it stems from. I would advise as a family at least not allowing him in your house, just because he's your sister's boyfriend doesn't mean he can ruin the lives of an entire family.
Don't worry about the car accident suits. That's what people do when they want to get money out of your insurance company. In the vast majority of such suits, the insurance company will negotiate a settlement with the other person, and it doesn't go to trial or anything. Now your relatives' insurance rates will go up in the future, but that's not the worst thing in the world. (I'm assuming they actually had auto insurance. If not, consult a bankruptcy attorney immediately. I'm not joking.)
As for the house situation, kick the bf out immediately. If that means your sister goes with him, so be it. Inform the landlord that you've kicked out the bf and that he will never be allowed back in. Offer to sign an addendum to the lease to that effect. If that doesn't work, see if your family can use the amount you've already saved to get a home loan right now to buy the house from him. He wants the problem to go away, but him not owning the house anymore will work just as well, since then he can get away from the problem.
All this assumes that the police found nothing in your house that was illegal. If they did, ignore everything I said and get a lawyer. Also, your profile does not state what country you are in, so everything I said could be completely invalid for your location. Did I mention the lawyer thing?
(I am not a lawyer, and this does not constitute legal advice.)
I think you're lost (in more ways than one). This be a figure site ^^;
There are three forces, electricity, tension and gravitation.
To solve this problem, you choose the coordinate system with x in the direction of Tension and then you must select the forces in the x direction. You just have to multiply by the cosine and the sine of the angles.
T = P * cos (24º) + Fe * cos (12º)
Don't surf/check on figure stores or sites - this is REALLY key - and straight up just don't buy things until you've thought about them for weeks or even months. That desire to own now often fades or changes over time - and if it doesn't, it's a sign that you're really committed and are willing to fork out. I bought a non-figure (it was an old japanese toy) 11 years after first really wanting it, and all that waiting was totally worth it ;3
The wishlist function on MFC is great. I only have a very small amount of things I truly want now, and I'm constantly revising that.
Even if it is GSC isn’t she a little to expensive
didn't order her, but just checking in every once in a while to see if people are still getting tortured by the delays lmao
Reianna_Trancy (1日前) #30899522didn't order her, but just checking in every once in a while to see if people are still getting tortured by the delays lmao
(ㅍ ㅡ ㅍ)... You're sick.
Unfortunately you can save your energy, Good Smile does not keep stock for sale after release. If they had such stock, you would be able to purchase it through the Good Smile Online Shop.
They do keep a small stock but it is strictly in order to be able to provide replacements for warranty purpose and not for sale.
If he gets delayed I'm gonna be pisst
Goodness, I'm sorry to hear what you are going through. It sucks, but bad things happen to good people all of the time. I've had my share of negative experiences and even had to live in a women's shelter for a brief period when I was younger, but as Stacycmc mentioned, it's important to stay positive.
Even if things are rough at the moment and just seem to be getting rougher, keep pushing back. It's so hard to be tenacious and have a positive thought process when everything is going to hell, but if you lose hope and stay at a standstill, things will remain stagnant.
It's okay to cry and let your feelings out, but don't let the negativity keep you down.
This might be an unpopular opinon on a figure collecting site, but if your family starts having financial difficulties and you want to be able to help, start by looking at the figures you don't love as much and selling those.
I had to move around a lot when I was younger, often needing to leave a lot of things behind even my first plushie and the dress I was baptised in, but you know what? The most important thing in this world is family.
You might not be able to get all the physical things you owned back and I do recommend trying to keep the ones that are the most special to you. But even if you have to let some things go, having your family is what matters the most.
I really wish the best for you. Again, it's totally okay to cry, but keep strong during this time. Be a badass bitch.
He is a perfect and precious cinnamon roll!
Ah, don't lose hope.... sometimes folks just have a string of back luck (which sounds like what has happened in your case). Just hang in there because it'll turn around, just may take a little time....
If your figures make you happy, then selling them may not help your feelings of despair. I understand if that's your only option and you really need the money, but I guess I'm just saying, make sure that's the best option, otherwise it may just cause you more depression and regret than what you feel now.
Sorry all this had to happen to you, but things will turn around...just stay positive and don't let the negative get the better of you.
Id rather a delay then a rushed figure or broken pegs : ' ^ )
[ext link ] Maybe try asking here
WanderingWastrel (1日前) #30899968Well, he is trying to figure out the answer.
The answer is 42......
I'm kinda ok with a delay because just paid for Christmas Sonico and a nendoroid so...kinda broke at the moment LOL