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Re: XIV and market risk: a warning. +++++
Note #386
posted on Misc
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 @ 21:27
Reply to: Note 385 posted by Impurifan

If there was enough arb capital behind it it would've converged faster, and
people would have actually lost less. Sadly the arbs either dropped the ball
or did not have enough to cover margin, or everyone had problems locating the
shares if what you say about ibkr is true. Perhaps the tide of bids was simply
too great.

Pre-hedging doesn't matter to XIV. Wrong NAV published could only be true
if VIX futures settlements were incorrect. Technically it's closing IV.
(Can calculate it yourself!)
Should thoroughly understand product you are trading, especially if you
want to arb it! Especially dangerous to arb something without full
knowledge of contract specs. Other risks exist, of course.

Certainly one would need experience, but the best academics can acquire it
fairly quickly, judging from Simons (of Chern-Simons in topology) and
Shaw. Of course, it would require more time than a side project. If there were
more of them interested, markets might well become more efficient. That is not
likely to happen though, given that the smartest people tend to be interested
in other pursuits, with a few notable exceptions.

ALSO A WARNING FOR ANYONE TEMPTED TO GET INTO SVXY
The more money piling into short vol bets, the smaller the crash you need
to make the whole thing blow up. This is because of the massive short
covering involved. Money is already pouring back in, and will keep doing so as
long as it keeps working, until the strategy blows up again. While it isn't a
certainty, the risk will only increase as time passes...
Re: XIV and market risk: a warning. ++++
Note #385
posted on Misc
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 @ 14:00
Reply to: Note 384 posted by Mokg

you wrote"you", but you meant to say "people", otherwise 
y8u did not comprehend the thread.


I rarely feel bad at taking advantage of the market because it is
so voluntary, unlike a car d3aler swindling his customer to 
take advantage of them, but I felt a pang on XIV.  Because 
some good people somewhere made some horrible decisions and it 
was mak8ng me richer.

lots of risky things have no prospectus.  nothing can save 
people from themselves except for themselves.

BTW, you might be surprised who has played a mud, at least
in passing.  I look at Facebook and think zuck might have 
passed through a mud at some point because it was so 
similar... friend list, photo gallery of players, whois 
fields for about me, finger fields etc.

is it that shocking that one of the top hedge fund 
managers in America over the past 7 years (32 net annualized)
passed through?
Re: XIV and market risk: a warning. +++
Note #384
posted on Misc
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 @ 00:03
Reply to: Note 383 posted by Impurifan

should keep those fantasies of yours in your head. anyways you should obviously
read the prospectus of something you're investing large amounts of money in. It
clearly said it wasn't meant to be held overnight and that over an infinite
amount of time it would go bankrupt.
Re: XIV and market risk: a warning. ++
Note #383
posted on Misc
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 @ 23:49
Reply to: Note 382 posted by Sonshi

I rounded bc the decimals are irrelevant.

I am a risk arb IRL.

It was not risk free, because there was some chance the nav was 
wrong, or pre hedged like SVXY, but yes it was stellar.

BTW ibkr required 500 percent risk capital and ran out of 
borrow around 630 p.m. 

academics are smart because it's a phenomenal quality of life 
but they know Jack compared to someone like me.  there is 
simply no substitute for seeing 500 situations across 
cycles where little details aren't assumed away if they 
are even recognized at all.

I have example after example of stuff like XIV.  will 
probably compile them into a book and self publish to a niche
professional audience.

8t might sound cool to have 50 million at age 35, but I will
probably not make it to 60 years old due to stress and 
sed3ntary occupation.
Re: XIV and market risk: a warning. +
Note #382
posted on Misc
Monday, February 12, 2018 @ 22:34
Reply to: Note 381 posted by Impurifan

Anyone who noticed before it was too late and could have shorted it made a lot.
Few economics professors really teach market efficiency. Any real (Keynesian)
economist is well aware of the inefficiencies of the market! It is almost
unbelievable how many tens of millions were given away by unfortunate
people who were willing to bet large sums but unwilling to do the simplest of
calculations or research to figure out what their bets are worth. Looks like it
may be time to apply for a margin account so I don't miss the next chance, if
it ever comes again while I'm not working. It was basically a riskless short.

My version of the saying is that those who teach, do. Those who can't,
wind up moving into industry and making multiples of what they would otherwise.
It's really easy for a good academic to make lots of money, since the market
is so inefficient. This is limited by their general lack of capital, and
general lack of attentiveness when something this crazy happens. Until you
see it a few times you wouldn't believe that something so incredibly stupid
(and profitable for the other side) could happen.

I would note that it didn't trade down to 5 the next day, so you couldn't have
covered it at 5. One would think you'd remember your trade prices on a day like
that...

Tsk, the arbitrageurs must have run out of risk to give that day. If only I had
a margin account and wasn't at work... Every extra bit of capital short
would've caused more convergence and actually saved those poor clueless bidders
some money. It was basically like the time the market got bond CTDs wrong
except for one firm which had the right calculation, except this is way more
obvious.
Re: XIV and market risk: a warning.
Note #381
posted on Misc
Monday, February 12, 2018 @ 20:49
Reply to: Note 380 posted by Sonshi

This is the last thing I expected to read on Aardwolf.

I made millions the day XIV blew up.  Not because I predicted 
the timing of that inevitability, but because market 
participants could not believe that something that closed at 
$99 at the 4 p.m. equity market close could be worth $4 when 
the vol futures market closed at 4:15.

millions and millions of XIV traded at 50,40,30,20,15 after 
hours.  the thing was worth 4.  It was a wild example of 
market inefficiency.  I sold short tons of it and covered 
the next day at 5.

All those economics and buffoon professors preaching market 
efficiency instead of the reality of human beings.

Again proving that those that can, do.  and those that can't, teach.
XIV and market risk: a warning.
Note #380
posted on Misc
Sunday, February 11, 2018 @ 00:00
The recent crash and loss of life savings by many wannabe traders and
"investors" is a lesson for anyone dreaming of get rich quick schemes. There's
a saying that if you don't know who the sucker is in the room, it's you. The
problem is that too many suckers think they know who the sucker is (not them).

Trading on margin is a particularly bad idea if you don't know what you are
doing. If you are trading on margin on Robinhood, you don't know what you are
doing. If you are trading on margin on most well-known online brokers, you
probably don't know what you are doing. If you are trading on Interactive
Brokers, you likely don't know what you are doing, but at least they've the
best risk controls and most reasonable fees, so you are far less likely to owe
20k to your broker if your positions blow up in your face. (If you have to be
stupid, at least be stupid on IBKR.)

Generally if you have a cash account and no margin, at least you can't lose
more than you put in. If you stick with index tracking ETFs, you won't lose
more than the index (plus fees, MM spread, and slippage, which is small for
liquid products)... As long as it's an index like stocks or bonds, you can't
really do too badly in the long run, unless that country collapses. Just
don't get into an "investment" which operates with huge leverage and does a
lot of selling low and buying high. Make sure you understand what you are
doing...

I hope no one here lost too much. If you didn't, these are exciting
times for anyone with an interest in economics and/or markets!
(This record blowout in short term VIX futures is by far the largest.
It may stand as the largest for decades in percentage terms, as such a
major short squeeze prompted by billions invested in short vol having to
close out in a matter of minutes just days after their usual pattern of
selling at close to historical lows might warn people off from such
stupidity again. But who knows. Never bet against stupidity happening.
The funny thing is that Credit Suisse's product was working exactly as
designed, and really... a lot of people saw this coming from a mile off.
Just not the timing.)
Re: Working from home ideas?+
Note #379
posted on Misc
Saturday, February 10, 2018 @ 13:15
Reply to: Note 374 posted by Mannec

>basically, anything anyone offers you will be bs or scam.

Well, only because you worded it that someone else is offering
it to you. More on that shortly.

>i do know a few folks who do things like tech-support or web development
>from home.  they had to hunt pretty hard to find employers, tho.

Technical fields do have work-at-home opportunities, but legitimate
ones will be ones where you seek out the opportunity rather than receiving
unsolicited emails telling how much wonderful cash you can make stuffing
envelopes and such.

Actual employer-based positions for work-at-home are pretty hard to come 
by off the bat. Usually the ability to work at home for an employer comes 
after you're already an in-the-office employee, after they trust your 
work ethic, etc.

The main way that work-at-home jobs happen is through freelance sites. 
If you can program or script, there are sites designed to help bring 
companies with a need together with people who can fill the need. Check 
out freelancer.com, fiverr.com, upwork.com, guru.com (or just google 
freelance coding ;-).

Some of those freelance coding sites have a really wide range of jobs,
from a 10-minute simple one to pretty heavy complex ones. Because of that, 
if you're not a top-end coder, you can work your way up and build your
portfolio over time.

Finally, I've gotta throw in the option for Uber and Lyft if you drive
a fairly decent car. It's not "at home", but it's not "in the office"
either.

Abe
Re: Working from home ideas?+++
Note #378
posted on Misc
Thursday, February 8, 2018 @ 23:54
Reply to: Note 377 posted by Redryn

This isn't exactly what you are looking for but I say do what you love and let 
the rest fall in place. If what you love puts you around computers then you 
are on a good trajectory for possibly working from home or finding ways to 
make money from home. 
 
My story in a nutshell. 4 years ago I was a former ditch digger and food 
bringer with a 1 year old kid and a HS degree but I liked computers (thanks 
MUDs). Just going after something I love led to all this in the last 4 years. 
Went back to Community College, worked part time at their help desk, 
moved into a part time job in the eLearning dept, got a full-time gig as their 
Instructional Technology Specialist, did that for about 3 years, and then got 
hired by an edtech company (7 year old company in SLC) that is eager to hire 
from around the world to find the best talent. 
 
This type of opportunity is becoming more and more common but in a lot of 
cases you have to have had yourself out there and be actively promoting 
yourself for things and asking if they are hiring remotes. So just chase 
what you love and then just start stepping through doors. 
 
[Ixle]
Re: Working from home ideas?++
Note #377
posted on Misc
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 @ 23:23
Reply to: Note 376 posted by Tymme

Social media "influencers" seem to have no real job and permanently on holiday,
please let me know if you figure out how to get in on that!
Re: Working from home ideas?+
Note #376
posted on Misc
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 @ 23:02
Reply to: Note 374 posted by Mannec

> that being said, have you considered prostitution
 
C'mon, that takes at least 30 seconds per client not spent levelling on Aard!
 
Tech support seems like the easiest to do work-from-home, but will usually
require some initial investment.  Company I work for started offering 32 hrs
work-at-home and 8 in office, for those that were a certain level rep.  It's
not exactly easy to just trust people are gonna work their whole shift, espec
newer hires.
re: Working from home ideas?
Note #374
posted on Misc
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 @ 21:06
basically, anything anyone offers you will be bs or scam.

i do know a few folks who do things like tech-support or web development
from home.  they had to hunt pretty hard to find employers, tho.

that being said, have you considered prostitution or assassination?
i understand both are potentially quite lucrative, and craigslist is easily
available from home or anywhere.  then again, might need to be willing to
travel...
Re: Working from home ideas?
Note #375
posted on Misc
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 @ 21:04
Reply to: Note 373 posted by DjVoltron

I know someone who conducts phone interviews for Karat.
Working from home ideas?
Note #373
posted on Misc
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 @ 21:00
Hello Aard peeps!
Think I've asked before with limited results, so
figured it can't hurt to ask again as mostly all I
seem to find are scams and the like. I have been
looking to find legit work from home online
ventures to earn money with as I'm hoping they aren't
ALL scams and bs... if you know of anything like
this please let me know. If the info is really good
and what I am looking for I am willing to reward
the person that enlightens me, we can discuss
said reward when the time arrives. :)
Questions, comments, tells work, I always respond
when I get back if I'm away.
Thanks and Happy Aarding! :)
Re: Upcoming trip, suggestion? +++
Note #372
posted on Misc
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 @ 14:00
Reply to: Note 371 posted by Atlanta

Perfect.
 
I had seen the airtrains, and I wondered if that was the way to go. Uber
itself, I learned, was going to cost me $60, and so I am not down for that.
Thankfully, my flight doesn't leave until 1pm, so I'll have about 4-5 hours to
figure out where to go when I get there. Google has shown me how to get on
either train, too, so I should be good.
 
Leave JFK at 1, arrive in Phoenix at 5, layover for just a bit, then on to
California. This will be fun... especially going from snow to above-freezing
temperatures.
 
Thanks for all the tips!
 
RDC
Re: Upcoming trip, suggestion? ++
Note #371
posted on Misc
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 @ 09:43
Reply to: Note 370 posted by Myth

Just one thing to be aware of with the A train, it serves two different
final stops.  Some trains go to Rockaway / Far Rockaway (you can get the 
airtrain riding these trains), but some have their final stop at "ozone
park / lefferts blvd" and those trains take a different branch so you can't
to the airtrain nearly as easily.

The E is a bit better, but the A will work - just make sure you get an 
A train headed for "Rockaway / Far Rockaway" It'll say which train it is
on a display in some train windows and if there's an overhead display on
the platform.  

Re: Upcoming trip, suggestion? +
Note #370
posted on Misc
Monday, January 29, 2018 @ 20:44
Reply to: Note 369 posted by Impurifan

What Impurifan said. Subway+airtrain is your best option.

Two lines go to JFK: A and E, both blue, and both go directly from
Port Authority Bust Terminal. E train is slightly faster, and goes
more often.

Expect about 1 hour 30 minutes from the time you board the train till
the time you exit airtrain at JFK terminal (add extra 20 minutes if
traveling after 10pm).

Re: Upcoming trip, suggestion?
Note #369
posted on Misc
Monday, January 29, 2018 @ 18:07
Reply to: Note 368 posted by Crowley

I live in manhattan, but will be out of town.

It's all a trade off of time and convenience.

If you don't have bags, the subway to airtrain will cost 8 bucks
and is easy no matter the time of day.  Shuttle is more 
expensive and can even take longer depending on time of day.

Uber is cheaper and nicer than yellow taxi.  great if a 
lot of bags.
if ultra penny pinching you can probably do it for 3 bucks
on a subway to mta bus that stops there.  not worth vs.
subway/airtrain.
Upcoming trip, suggestion?
Note #368
posted on Misc
Monday, January 29, 2018 @ 11:29
On Wednesday, I will be flying out of JFK (New York) to go home to visit
family. I'll be taking a bus from where I am now to Port Authority, but I'm
trying to figure out the cheapest option to go from Port Authority to JFK.
 
I know the Airport Shuttle will cost me $18 one way, but that's all I know.
 
Anyone with experience at this location able to provide me the best option?
Should I Uber it, subway it, or just take the shuttle? I suppose the absolute
cheapest will be walking, but... yeah, no.
 
Additionally, if anyone actually wants to meet up, I'll be getting into Port
Authority around 7am on Wednesday, January 31st.
 
Rex Daemon Crowley
Bookworms
Note #367
posted on Misc
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 @ 08:30
Greetings

Im an avid E-book reader via the mobile app called Wattpad.
I'm curious if any of you Peep's are into this pastime as well.
If so, send me a note or tell with some of your favorite reads.
I will exchange mine also

Thank you.
Re: RTS recommendations
Note #366
posted on Misc
Sunday, January 14, 2018 @ 05:00
Reply to: Note 364 posted by Escobar

Not sure if you heard but new RTS - They are billions.
It's about 20 bucks on steam, early access, really fun
game.
Re: RTS recommendations
Note #365
posted on Misc
Sunday, January 14, 2018 @ 03:18
Reply to: Note 364 posted by Escobar

Civilitazion III is amazing. It has a great diplomacy system
and with one of the expansions its even better. 
RTS recommendations
Note #364
posted on Misc
Sunday, January 14, 2018 @ 01:36
Hi! Sorry if this is breaking rules re: other games, I don't think it is but 
if so, then just remove it :)

I've been having an itch to play an RTS so I was wondering, from this list
below, which would be a fun one to try out?

- Endless Space
- Grey Goo
- Civ 3
- Civ 5
- Total War: Warhammer

I believe that is all that I have. Or if you can recommend a game that's not
on this list that's relatively cheap (~$20, I'm saving up for FFXII coming to
Steam in February) I'd appreciate it, thanks!
Re: .. ++
Note #363
posted on Misc
Monday, January 8, 2018 @ 10:22
Reply to: Note 362 posted by Cackle

my bad, i didn't realise you were working on such a tight schedule

Re: ..
Note #361
posted on Misc
Monday, January 8, 2018 @ 10:19
Reply to: Note 360 posted by Cackle

but we need to see that death message every 5min:(
it's become an integral part of our day and we might not be
able to make it through the day without it

..
Note #360
posted on Misc
Monday, January 8, 2018 @ 04:43
m    : Fiendish: I hope you're having fun :)
Forum   : Personal - #71704
To      : cackle stronger
Date    : Tue Jan  2 14:41:37 2018
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
| I made a trigger just for you.
| When my client sees my PK death message, it does wake, enter, east.

I had fun killing him over and over again, he 
even made a trigger speccialy for me, just so that i can kill him
He even joked on Immtalk that his death count will lap over
like Erikson time online.

Today he said via tells he dont mind getting killed.
l

BUT i will stop killing him from today, due to other factors.

Cackle
Re: Ubisoft giveaway
Note #359
posted on Misc
Friday, December 22, 2017 @ 22:31
Reply to: Note 358 posted by Redryn

> and Assassin's Creed IV

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOgvbS4GkF0
(warning: language)
Ubisoft giveaway
Note #358
posted on Misc
Friday, December 22, 2017 @ 22:28
For those who might be interested, ubisoft is giving away Watch Dogs,
World in Conflict and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag for new sign ups until
Dec 23 10 am UTC (about 6 hours from this post I believe).

https://freetrial.ubisoft.com/
Re: Samsung note 8 or HueWai Mate Pro ??
Note #357
posted on Misc
Friday, December 22, 2017 @ 17:49
Reply to: Note 354 posted by Reina

> the Bad is the size.My hand is small. Ya know girl hand

gsmarena says the difference between these phones is 0.1
inch (1/3 of a millimeter) - do you think your girl hand
will notice that? And note 8 with round edges will likely
feel smaller.

I'd say the main difference between note 8 and mate 10 is
that note 8 has a stylus, which you rarely use, but when
you do, it's indispensable. On my note 3, I usually use it
in 2 cases: 1) websites optimized for PC, where they have
functionality triggered by hovering mouse, and 2) connect
to remote PC where you need a mouse-like pointer. In both
cases stylus is total must.

Since my note 3 unfortunately decided to die last week, I
am actually in a similar situation looking for a replacement,
and both note 8 and mate 10 are high on my list. But so far
I've been more and more inclined to just borrow some old
phone from friends, and wait for next year.

Re: Samsung note 8 or HueWai Mate Pro ?? +
Note #356
posted on Misc
Friday, December 22, 2017 @ 15:36
Reply to: Note 355 posted by Norton

Just figure out what quality is the most important for you and see which
phone offers it with better prize. I went for 1st 1080 screen and got
2x cheaper one than the others asked for. It's that easy. 
Re: Samsung note 8 or HueWai Mate Pro ??
Note #355
posted on Misc
Friday, December 22, 2017 @ 15:24
Reply to: Note 354 posted by Reina

i know nothing about the huewai phone.  but if you're anywhere near
sensible, you'll realize that samsung phone have the back button on the wrong
side.


-n-
Samsung note 8 or HueWai Mate Pro ??
Note #354
posted on Misc
Friday, December 22, 2017 @ 06:06
Choosing smartphone dilemma

I just got lost my phone 2 months ago S7 Edge
I love it so much thus many of my photo memories inside. :(


move fordward.
So here my choice i looks out

Samsung Galaxy note 8
New technology ,better camera
Just that abit too big for me
Spen..Sound cool
the Bad is the size.My hand is small. Ya know girl hand 


Huewai Mate 10 pro
Size just nice fit to my hand
longer Battery Lifespan 4000mAH
Technology Camera AI--sound cool
Leica Camera Lens seem better then Samsung?
Kirin AI Processor is better then samsung?
the bad.
no Expandable Memory Card Slot

At Last
which one is better going for a long run?

Re: Fun Cellphone games +
Note #353
posted on Misc
Friday, December 8, 2017 @ 12:03
Reply to: Note 349 posted by Fiendish

>I do crossword puzzles on my phone with the Shortyz app.

I've always preferred the Crosswords app over Shortyz. But definitely love
crosswords in general, and it's one of my idle-time apps.

Rex Daemon Crowley
Re: Fun Cellphone games
Note #349
posted on Misc
Thursday, December 7, 2017 @ 12:58
Reply to: Note 348 posted by Jikaimp

I do crossword puzzles on my phone with the Shortyz app.
Fun Cellphone games
Note #348
posted on Misc
Thursday, December 7, 2017 @ 10:27
Hey.

Looking for a couple of cassual titles mostly to waste a lil time

ty

oh yeah for 5 or 5.5inch phone
Re: Future Humblebundle updates +++++
Note #345
posted on Misc
Monday, December 4, 2017 @ 17:32
Reply to: Note 344 posted by Noegel

I found it spammy but mostly because I know Humble Bundle gives out games and
changes their bundles on a regular basis, so I check the website often.

If you're really worried, there's always https://www.humblebundle.com/newsletter .
Re: Future Humblebundle updates ++++
Note #344
posted on Misc
Monday, December 4, 2017 @ 15:28
Reply to: Note 343 posted by Lasher

I'll be another +1 in support of Crowley.

It doesn't seem like a mailing list to me. It's a member of the community
sharing sweet deals about free games. The notes are short and don't sound like
marketing BS.

Flea-ridden Noegel
Re: My favorite love songs
Note #342
posted on Misc
Sunday, December 3, 2017 @ 04:26
Reply to: Note 302 posted by Anaristos

Gravity - Sara Bareilles
Wait For Me - Theory of a Deadman
Re: Future Humblebundle updates ++
Note #341
posted on Misc
Saturday, December 2, 2017 @ 19:55
Reply to: Note 340 posted by Shala

I definitely appreciate the support for these notes. However, when I mentioned
that it was suggested, the suggestion came from Lasher. When the big boss
suggests something to you, you tend to heed his suggestion. Until he's fine
with more notes promoting free game downloads, I'm going to follow his
suggestion.

Rex Daemon Crowley
Re: Future Humblebundle updates +
Note #340
posted on Misc
Friday, December 1, 2017 @ 16:23
Reply to: Note 336 posted by Tymme

Why pay pennies for new, amazing games when you can just
visit http://sarien.net/ and play old sierra games via your browser.

I recently used it to replay through Police Quest again.  It
has built in mulitplayer, which cracks me up.

Shala
Re: Future Humblebundle updates
Note #339
posted on Misc
Friday, December 1, 2017 @ 16:13
Reply to: Note 335 posted by Crowley

> It's been suggested that those interested in future free games from
> HumbleBundle probably have already signed up to receive the notifications. If
> not, you can do so quickly at...

I don't know who complained to you about this, but I wish they hadn't.
I would much rather read your posts here than sign up for another email list.

I find greater value in these notes, where, even beyond the material content, the
message is coming from you, a member of a community who want to share things
with each other.

- Fiendish
Re: Future Humblebundle updates +
Note #338
posted on Misc
Friday, December 1, 2017 @ 16:10
Reply to: Note 337 posted by Escobar

My SO signs up for every food chain and retail perks program.  If I'm forced to
sign up, I send it to a junk email address I never check.
 
Some people want (or are indifferent about) spam; others don't care for it.
Certainly not the first time a board's been full of spam, won't be the last.
Re: Future Humblebundle updates
Note #337
posted on Misc
Friday, December 1, 2017 @ 15:08
Reply to: Note 335 posted by Crowley

And what about those that might be new to Aard & haven't heard of humblebundle?
What about their children? OH WON'T SOMEBODY PLEASE THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!

Also, if I'm on and I see the free game I'm posting a note about it. Not gonna
lie, I think it's awesome to spread the word about free games in a market where
scummy publishers paywall the hell outta their product and force you to spend
hundreds to get where you need to in order to "have fun".
Re: Future Humblebundle updates
Note #336
posted on Misc
Friday, December 1, 2017 @ 14:51
Reply to: Note 335 posted by Crowley

On the subject of good video game deals, check out https://chrono.gg/ as well.
It has a different game each day, usually a lesser-known title, for pretty deep
discounts (usually 70-80% off).  It also has a system where you log in once a
day to see the new deal, and get some coins that can be used to "buy" other
games.
 
Most are smaller indie titles, but there are some like Reigns, Five Finger
Death Punch, Tower of Guns, and Cook Serve Delicious to name a few.
Future Humblebundle updates
Note #335
posted on Misc
Friday, December 1, 2017 @ 14:19
It's been suggested that those interested in future free games from
HumbleBundle probably have already signed up to receive the notifications. If
not, you can do so quickly at http://www.humblebundle.com. Additionally, Origin
has its own free game offers on their site, http://www.origin.com. Origin's
games are under the "On The House" option.

I will not be posting future free game notifications, and no one should post in
my stead. But definitely watch for them. HumbleBundle is pretty nice to get
into, as well, since you can get hundreds of dollars' worth for very little
cost.

Rex Daemon Crowley
The Bureau: XCOM Declassifed, Free on Humblebundle!
Note #334
posted on Misc
Thursday, November 30, 2017 @ 18:25
Subject says it all. Free for a limited time, so pick it up quickly!

http://www.humblebundle.com/store
@
Rex Daemon Crowley
Prayers for a very sick friend
Note #333
posted on Misc
Tuesday, November 28, 2017 @ 23:45
One of my friends from church is in the hospital in need of a pair of lungs.
He needs both his lungs replaced. Send good vibes if thats your thing.
and for those of yous who pray, please carry him in your hearts and minds.
thank you all for listening and have a nice day.
 
Kloi/igamu

Re: My favorite love songs
Note #332
posted on Misc
Friday, November 24, 2017 @ 16:02
Reply to: Note 302 posted by Anaristos

youtu.be/omA8A7MELHA
Sanctum 2, free on HumbleBundle.
Note #331
posted on Misc
Thursday, November 23, 2017 @ 19:56
Get it while it lasts! Sanctum 2 is free for the next day and a half on
HumbleBundle.com.

Enjoy, and Happy Thanksgiving@

Rex Daemon Crowley
Re: My favorite love songs +++
Note #330
posted on Misc
Wednesday, November 22, 2017 @ 17:38
Reply to: Note 305 posted by Vost
wow, I was going to suggest Runaway by The Corrs but Vost
already did.

Big shout out for a song that has rarely been played on the radio.