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Azure Sage

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I hate when, upon being asked if I’m going to watch [insert major sporting event here] and replying that I hate sports, people are like “but it’s the super bowl!” So? “But it’s the Olympics!” So? Are they not still sports? Yes, they are. So why, upon hearing that I hate sports, would you think I would still watch a sporting event? Common sense, folks.
 

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I really need to get a PC or a console killer. Not only would it make a lot of things easier for me, but I'd be able to get my hands on VRChat. It looks like a lot of fun.
 
I hate when, upon being asked if I’m going to watch [insert major sporting event here] and replying that I hate sports, people are like “but it’s the super bowl!” So? “But it’s the Olympics!” So? Are they not still sports? Yes, they are. So why, upon hearing that I hate sports, would you think I would still watch a sporting event? Common sense, folks.
So who do you think is gonna get the most medals at the Olympics this year?
 

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I have a friend that owes me money. I've tried reaching out to him about it recently and instead of responding he has ignored me and is trying to cut off all communication to me. Has anyone else ever been in a situation like this and have any advice about what I should do?
You probably aren't going to get your money back at this point. The borrower is slave to the lender. Due to this loan, it definitely seems like your friendship has taken a huge hit and the dynamic has changed. Is your friendship worth more than the amount of money he owes? If so, reach out to them and let them know the loan is forgiven, but only with two stipulations. One, you never loan money to a friend again, and two, once your friend is able to, they need to help someone in need.

If the friendship isn't worth salvaging, just cut your losses and move on. It's not worth it, speaking from experience.
 
You probably aren't going to get your money back at this point. The borrower is slave to the lender. Due to this loan, it definitely seems like your friendship has taken a huge hit and the dynamic has changed. Is your friendship worth more than the amount of money he owes? If so, reach out to them and let them know the loan is forgiven, but only with two stipulations. One, you never loan money to a friend again, and two, once your friend is able to, they need to help someone in need.

If the friendship isn't worth salvaging, just cut your losses and move on. It's not worth it, speaking from experience.
Our friendship has taken a hit recently and I would be lying if I said I wasn't part of the blame. I'm just irked that this person wouldn't hesitate to ask favors from me then throw me under the bus when it was convenient for him and now not even acknowledge something that both him and I know to be true.
 

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