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Originally posted by Isaac soloman Isaac soloman wrote:

I want to see other public servants make the same admission.

At least barnaby is being honest, if somewhat misguided.

I mean, when tbv's own eande can admit to being in the high rollers room at the crown casino, well

we are in different atmospheres!






Do you even know what is required to access the Mahogany Room at Crown as an interstate/overseas player? Surprisingly little. I’d be the lowest of low rollers in there I’m sure.
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Society need more reveals. How can you criticize BJ, at least he is looking after dependents, and those who say he brought it on himself with divorcing, well hello, that happens quite a bit nowadays.
This is the sort of reveal i'm talking about. This is the REAL haves and have nots.

'I'm A Female FIFO Worker On 6 Figures And I Own 1.5 Houses'

Meet the woman with a six figure salary, looming debt, and an addiction to essential oils. In our new How We Spend It series of (anonymous) audits we're diving into the way women earn, save, waste and spend our money.

But also the reality of debt. Because beyond what we splurge on and share – like wardrobe investments and ‘gram-worthy travel – we’re rarely honest about our bank balance reality with ourselves, let alone with one another. So let’s talk money.

The Basics

Occupation: Maintenance Supervisor

Industry: Mining

Age: 33

Location: Western Australia

Salary: $117,000 (plus a 10% bonus, depending on how the business performs)Want to peek inside a woman's purse? Read about the 21-year-old who lives alone with water views or the 27-year-old with a chronic health problem and a 6-figure pay.

Payslip: $6440 per month (after tax)

Rental Income: $15,730 per annum

HECS: N/A

Super: $156,000 ($710 per month)

Debt: A lot! Over $600,000 (my rental property mortgage, plus half of the mortgage for the property I share with my partner)

Savings: $15,000

The Monthly Expenses

Mortgages: $2,900 ($1700 for rental and $1200 for half of main residence):

Insurances: $350 (car, rental property, health, and half of the house)

Living amenities: $72.50 (which is half) every six weeks for a replacement gas bottle. We are on rainwater and have solar panels, so no other expenses for these.

Phone: $120

Internet: $75 (half of the total bill)

Netflix: $18

Spotify: $24 (for two accounts)

Savings: I don’t have a set amount I aim to save. I have my pay split automatically. I pretend that my rental property is not earning an income, so the total amount needed to cover all expenses goes into that account, sort of like forced savings.

Self-care: On my essential oils addiction I spend about $50 a month. I don’t go to the hairdresser or beautician - I do it all myself. I sit in my infrared sauna and listen to music a few times while I’m home on break, or do a face mask and have a cup of tea.

Credit card: I have a limit of $7500 and pay my balance every month. I would usually only use my credit card for big purchases, so that I can hold my savings in the bank for a bit longer.

Pets: I pay approx $100 (feeding and worming two dogs, then feeding about ten chooks, two ducks, three geese and three quails).

MONTHLY TOTAL: $3635.30https://www.whimn.com.au/live/money/im-33-a-fifo-worker-and-own-15-houses/news-story/9ea051be7c100762af62d68348e57315

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And i note the opposition have been quiet with criticism.
Truth hurts?
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what the heck are you trying to say Wacko
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You will just get a headache trying to work it out Whale. LOL
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"Phone: $120"

How do you manage to spend $120 a month on a phone? For $150 you can get 12 months unlimited national and international calls + 80GB data on the best network.
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Contract including purchase of the phone, $120 is standard for newer phones.
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Contract including purchase of the phone, $120 is standard for newer phones.


Mobile phone on a contract - what a concept.Wacko
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I have never had a mobile phone not on contract.
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Barnaby can empathize with your hardship ptLOL
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Payslip: $6440 per month (after tax)

Expenses MONTHLY TOTAL: $3635.30

leaving $2804.70 surplus


So what?
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Well i wager this woman isn't thinking or having ANY empathy for those doing it hard or on Newstart.

At least BJ is.
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do you have her phone no, I want to ask her for a loan ?
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

I have never had a mobile phone not on contract.

that is confusing LOL
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Sorry double negative Embarrassed
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That woman, or whimn, from the website, Is exactly the big divide that is happening.

Her super, $700 a month.

what of those who cant get a job, to contribute like that.

Behind the eightball, all the way.
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Third world problem; pt cant get a phone without a contract.

Makes me laugh just thinking of poor old pt.

What is he missing....

LOL LOL
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Originally posted by Isaac soloman Isaac soloman wrote:

That woman, or whimn, from the website, Is exactly the big divide that is happening.

Her super, $700 a month.

what of those who cant get a job, to contribute like that.

Behind the eightball, all the way.

really, not exactly earning a fortune, do you resent success ? you must be poverty stricken if you consider her an outstanding example of the great divide Confused
make up your mind are you a socialist now ?
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Originally posted by Isaac soloman Isaac soloman wrote:

Third world problem; pt cant get a phone without a contract.

Makes me laugh just thinking of poor old pt.

What is he missing....

LOL LOL

he didn't say that Confused
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Struggling bigly Isaac.
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No not struggling at all, philosophically

Just fairness for all...

Perhaps you are.

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tthink philosophically means, in the vaguest of senses, to introspect about life in general, humanity, creation, and other abstract puzzling topics present in today's world. ... But thinking philosophically is not the same as thinking logically orthinking emotionally, though it involves both of them.Aug 30, 2016
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Can still laugh at the thought of pt paying for his phone.

Poor love......
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So what troubles you philosophically about mobile phones or contracts Isaac?
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If only the world were so simpleLOL
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expanded version.

What does it mean to think philosophically?

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To think philosophically means, in the vaguest of senses, to introspect about life in general, humanity, creation, and other abstract puzzling topics present in today’s world. Some say the grander and more abstract the topic, the better the wheels of philosophy begin to turn. But thinking philosophically is not the same as thinking logically or thinking emotionally, though it involves both of them. The questions thought by philosophers have equal measures of passionate curiosity and analytical thinking. But it is not mandatory for a person to receive formal education in philosophy to be able to think or speak philosophically. Thinking philosophically usually comes naturally- if you find yourself pondering about questions bigger than your surroundings or your day-to-day activities, then at some level you are using philosophical logic to think. Don’t forget the fine line between thinking philosophically and overthinking about something. People who overthink obsess over the same problem in the same perspective with the same limited options. People who think philosophically go to the depth of the problem to understand it then find alternate perspectives for the problem and thus increase their chances of finding one or many solutions.


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I'm more worried about fraudulent thread headings PT. Absolute disgrace that this has got through to the keeper. And when 2022 arrives - & Albo is no where to be seen - & the Libs clean up again - who is going to take the blame for this stuff. That's the the trouble with you left leaning hippie types - its all one way LOL
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Frankly, should be more be more of it.

Can you imagine politics if based on philosophical thinking....

in a way that calmly accepts a difficult situation

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Originally posted by oneonesit oneonesit wrote:

I'm more worried about fraudulent thread headings PT. Absolute disgrace that this has got through to the keeper. And when 2022 arrives - & Albo is no where to be seen - & the Libs clean up again - who is going to take the blame for this stuff. That's the the trouble with you left leaning hippie types - its all one way LOL

Get back to me in 2022.
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Originally posted by Isaac soloman Isaac soloman wrote:

Frankly, should be more be more of it.

Can you imagine politics if based on philosophical thinking....

in a way that calmly accepts a difficult situation

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