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Biggest take-away from class #1: a clearer understanding of what accounting means by "equity". Despite all my financial geekery, I'd never had a fully clear definition in my head...

Today's my first day in a classroom as a student since 2011; taking a Financial Accounting course at the community college.

Was a bit nervous as to how I'd adapt to the old role, but the Prof seems good, and I don't think it will be too much of a stretch for me... 😊

FB Algo, possible cringe Show more

fediverse meta shitpost Show more

birdsite link, trans culture centers in the fediverse? Show more

@drwho
Make the change, Credit Unions are so much better. And they do not have the perverse incentive to take your money!

birdsite link, trans culture centers in the fediverse? Show more

birdsite link, trans culture centers in the fediverse? Show more

I love meetings when everyone criticizes everything without making any proposals or offering to bottom line anything

just a reminder to everyone in these trying times

- coop /kuːp/ a chicken enclosure
- coup /kuː/ a government being overthrown
- co-op /ˈkoΚŠΛŒΙ’p/ a company owned and democratically run by the people it serves or employs

E.g. "a faction of disgruntled farmers staged a coup of the chicken farmers' co-op board in response to 'draconian' coop inspections"

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fun fact: i'm physically unable to bike in a contraflow lane without singing "contrafloo-oow" to the tune of "even flow" by pearl jam youtu.be/tkbgtVFlyCQ

🐘

Listen, is this 90s-early-aughts nostalgia cycle gonna have a ska revival or not!?

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