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Old 2010-07-14, 08:31   Link #3981
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Does anyone knows about the minimum grade requirement to qualify for CFA?
Have a read through this, could be helpful:

https://www.cfainstitute.org/cfaprog...ges/index.aspx

You basically need a bachelors degree or at the very least be working toward your final year of the bachelors. That or a minimum of four years' work experience in a finance role. A combo of both is also good as long as it equates to four years' experience. Now I don't know exactly what grade you need, but my friend registered for the CFA has a 2:1 on his bachelors degree like I do and that's the second highest grade in a UK university. I would guess that's the very minimum grade you need to register if you don't have any work experience. Also note that part-time jobs and internships don't count for experience. I hope that helps.
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Old 2010-07-14, 10:14   Link #3982
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Have a read through this, could be helpful:

https://www.cfainstitute.org/cfaprog...ges/index.aspx

You basically need a bachelors degree or at the very least be working toward your final year of the bachelors. That or a minimum of four years' work experience in a finance role. A combo of both is also good as long as it equates to four years' experience. Now I don't know exactly what grade you need, but my friend registered for the CFA has a 2:1 on his bachelors degree like I do and that's the second highest grade in a UK university. I would guess that's the very minimum grade you need to register if you don't have any work experience. Also note that part-time jobs and internships don't count for experience. I hope that helps.
Crap. This means no more slacking for me if I want a CFA.

Another question :

Mark Twain once quoted :

If man could be crossed with the cat it would improve the man.

Since the "man" here is referred to as humans in general, is this what he iterated as "catgirls would rule the world"?
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When three puppygirls named after pastries are on top of each other, it is called Eclair a'la menthe et Biscotti aux fraises avec beaucoup de Ricotta sur le dessus.
Most of all, you have to be disciplined and you have to save, even if you hate our current financial system. Because if you don't save, then you're guaranteed to end up with nothing.
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Old 2010-07-14, 11:43   Link #3983
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When I say external factors, I mean how the twin grew up, what s/he saw and experienced, not foods that the pregnant mother ate. That's just wives' tales/Sims 3 theories, no?
A recent study showed that sexuality might be genetically determined.. Though it was only tested on mice here, if it works the same for humans, it could revolutionize the way we look at the whole "sexuality = choice" debate.

However, I'm not ruling out that specific factors also play a role on it, though I do think our current understanding of that is severely limited.
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Old 2010-07-14, 14:21   Link #3984
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Inception of what?

Ohh that sounds good right now. But I got no sweet potatoes, only Russets, blech.

Thanks you two =)
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Old 2010-07-14, 16:24   Link #3985
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Mark Twain once quoted :

If man could be crossed with the cat it would improve the man.

Since the "man" here is referred to as humans in general, is this what he iterated as "catgirls would rule the world"?
I would rather say than Mark Twain might had a better opinion of cat than of man...
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Old 2010-07-14, 18:36   Link #3986
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Crap. This means no more slacking for me if I want a CFA.

Another question :

Mark Twain once quoted :

If man could be crossed with the cat it would improve the man.

Since the "man" here is referred to as humans in general, is this what he iterated as "catgirls would rule the world"?
I think he means Catmen are better than humans . And welcome back Saintess.

But catmen do give birth to catboys and catgirls, so if his offspring are just as superior as he, then yes catgirls are better.
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Old 2010-07-14, 19:26   Link #3987
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Question Requisites needed to open a shared bank account

Hi, my friend and I are going to start a business together, and we decided to open-up a shared bank account.

Could anyone please tip me or answer what requisites and documentation are needed to open-up a shared bank account?

1. First of all, we have decided in mind the Bank where will open the account.
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Old 2010-07-14, 19:32   Link #3988
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I dunno about MEX but here in the US you are asked about your DBA name (doing business as) .. your EIN or employer Identification number issued by the state, 2 forms of ID for each applicant, siggys and a minimum deposit .. most likely $100+ (Business plan if ur applying for a line of credit)

So basically you'll need your biz information if in Mex that happens to be a requirement and the rest is simple stuff.

I strongly suggest tho that you and your friend sign an agreement of some sort before you guys have money flowing into that acc... I've seen good friendships end because of the lack of legal docs when running a biz...and the last thing u want is a "he said she said" kinda thing...
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Old 2010-07-14, 22:03   Link #3989
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I strongly suggest tho that you and your friend sign an agreement of some sort before you guys have money flowing into that acc... I've seen good friendships end because of the lack of legal docs when running a biz...and the last thing u want is a "he said she said" kinda thing...
If you're starting a business together and haven't consulted an attorney, go do that now. You definitely want to draw up and sign some type of partnership agreement at a minimum. There may be tax advantages to adopting some types of business forms as well. Starting a business is, well, serious business and should be approached as such.
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Old 2010-07-14, 22:13   Link #3990
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Where are the real life bishoujos and moe girls?
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Old 2010-07-14, 23:02   Link #3991
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Where are the real life bishoujos and moe girls?
Obviously they're busy posing for magazine spreads.
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Old 2010-07-14, 23:04   Link #3992
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Obviously they're busy posing for magazine spreads.
But Google does not show me the fruits of their efforts.
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Old 2010-07-14, 23:09   Link #3993
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So i guess no one know any identical twins or triplets that have different sexual orientation to each other yet?
Google is your friend? I found this in less than one minute:



Although, like the top-rated commentor said, there's no reason why a homosexual male needs to be effeminate to be considered "gay".
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Old 2010-07-15, 01:11   Link #3994
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Hi, my friend and I are going to start a business together, and we decided to open-up a shared bank account.

Could anyone please tip me or answer what requisites and documentation are needed to open-up a shared bank account?

1. First of all, we have decided in mind the Bank where will open the account.
Firstly, sit down together and write out every single shit and detail of your business plan.

Secondly, make sure you have every detail you have thought of down.

Thirdly, consult a legal service about the costs involved.

After you have done all that, then talk about money (banks, capital, etc). I have, with a friend, started a webhost business before. It is hellish.....and we didn't even break even in the end.

Keep in mind that when starting a business, your first objective is not to satisfy the money issue, but rather your personal passion, and if better, a fetish. You'd better get a legal representative before you put a business plan into action.

Another question regarding the CFA :

Is there some sort of selection process before being able to get into the course? What is the general age and cost of the entire course?
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Most of all, you have to be disciplined and you have to save, even if you hate our current financial system. Because if you don't save, then you're guaranteed to end up with nothing.
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Old 2010-07-15, 01:24   Link #3995
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Crap. This means no more slacking for me if I want a CFA.
Make sure you save shitloads of money as well. CFA's horrifically expensive. Also, idk if you know this, but even after you finish all your CFA exams, you need to go through a certain amount of time working in a professional finance role. Otherwise, even with the exams complete, you don't get the qualification itself. That's why most people are studying for CFA while they're already working. A lot of people here at Bloomberg who are already earning 30k GBP a year are struggling with CFA cost-wise, just to give you an idea. And there's no such thing as being part-qualified for CFA. It's all or nothing.

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Another question :

Mark Twain once quoted :

If man could be crossed with the cat it would improve the man.

Since the "man" here is referred to as humans in general, is this what he iterated as "catgirls would rule the world"?
That depends. Man could improve if crossed with other species as well, such as the fox Rabbit girls are also a threat. They reproduce at a much faster rate.
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Old 2010-07-15, 02:17   Link #3996
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Google is your friend? I found this in less than one minute:

Although, like the top-rated commentor said, there's no reason why a homosexual male needs to be effeminate to be considered "gay".
Well i wished that they got more than two cases to ensure that. But yeah the matter seems to be complicated..

Searching google for silly matters are kinda boring through. Since you will not have anyone to bounce your ideas around or make jokes with
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Old 2010-07-15, 05:34   Link #3997
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Searching google for silly matters are kinda boring through. Since you will not have anyone to bounce your ideas around or make jokes with.
Doh. How silly of me to forget.

And, yes, it's complicated. I was blasted (jokingly) by a colleague just a few days ago for having a faulty gay-dar. I declined to consider an intern "gay" — even though he is very effeminate. I also raised the example of a somewhat metrosexual friend of mine who is now happily married to his long-time girlfriend. The colleague claimed that the friend is simply in denial.

Err... well, whatever. If people are going to insist that they know others better than the individuals themselves, who am I to persuade them otherwise?
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Old 2010-07-15, 05:50   Link #3998
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Doh. How silly of me to forget.

And, yes, it's complicated. I was blasted (jokingly) by a colleague just a few days ago for having a faulty gay-dar. I declined to consider an intern "gay" — even though he is very effeminate. I also raised the example of a somewhat metrosexual friend of mine who is now happily married to his long-time girlfriend. The colleague claimed that the friend is simply in denial.

Err... well, whatever. If people are going to insist that they know others better than the individuals themselves, who am I to persuade them otherwise?
I thought government workplaces are supposed to be non-discriminatory against people with gender identity disorders?

If liking cute stuff is considered effeminate, remind me to declare my gender inclination after I graduate.
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Most of all, you have to be disciplined and you have to save, even if you hate our current financial system. Because if you don't save, then you're guaranteed to end up with nothing.
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Old 2010-07-15, 09:56   Link #3999
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I thought government workplaces are supposed to be non-discriminatory against people with gender identity disorders?
I don't work for the government.

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If liking cute stuff is considered effeminate, remind me to declare my gender inclination after I graduate.
< I like Merly. Would love to buy the plushie too, but $40 is really too much.

And by effeminate, I mean literally limp-wrist effeminate.
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