what's the most expensive individual item you personally own anon?
All the cirrus pilots I know flew in all kinds of wx. Most dangerous pilots in the sky if you ask me. Low time, rich fly-boys that have a "If I get into a situation I can't get myself out off, I'll just open the chute" attitude.
My music production equipment, total invested around 2500, pic related but I have more than in pic now..
My desk. It's hand crafted 50 years old. You can take it apart in Minutes, every bit is perfect for transportation. It's massive and huge. I love it. No IKEA shit. It's probably worth more than my car (although that's not much).
My truck, 06 Chevy Silverado extended cab, 3 tool boxes in the back. Not sure how much it's worth now but I bought it brand new.
All my carpentry, tile, and construction tools are another few grand.
$400 dollar computer
Sound system, gay porn has never sounded so good.
Then there's my car but that doesn't count, 13k.
my home, about 825k AUD at the moment
i've a couple properties on our coastline, an apartment worth 470k AUD and a share in another home for student accommodation worth around 680k at the moment (values may vary)
but in terms of actual items, ehhhhhh
i bought a ferrari for shigs, she's a 2003 360
i dunno, i only wear a seiko watch lol
I guess I don't really own it, but I haven't seen the guy in close to 3 years.
Anyway, I have a diamond, a fairly large one. It's a 3.1 Carat Round cut, E color, internally flawless diamond certified by GIA. The last estimate I had done on it placed its value at $168,000. It's worth more than everything I own combined.
My best friend gave it to me 9 years ago. It was his inheritance but he couldn't hold on to it because of his living conditions so he gave it to me to hold on to for him. That was 9 years ago.
cars / computer / music equipment is not a good investment. It may be worth a lot to you, but you can't sell it for much later. So the things you guys are posting and buying are basically worthless.
The point of owning things is not to sell them later on at a higher price. What's the point of investing when you never actually spend your money on nice things. Good luck "investing" all your money and dying with $1 million on your bank account.
>when your computer is more expensive than your car
What's wrong with that? I use my computer WAY more than I use my car. As long as my car gets me to where I'm going I couldn't care less whether it's a $2,000 car or a $20,000 car.
Not parking tickets, just polite apologies to the car owners either side of mine as my car takes up so much room.
>tfw my dad doesn't get this and is a multi-millionare
he literally lives on ramen and protein bars with the cheapest car. The only expensive thing he has is a gorgeous apartment.
I agree, I probably spend 5-6 hours a day in front of my computer on days I work and about 8-10 on the days that I don't. I spend about 20 minutes total a day in my car.
My comp is $1900, my car is $1500