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Old 10-29-2016,
Arokkhkn Arokkhkn is offline
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Default Do you consider the user above you, your friend?

Completely random "above you" forum game I thought of (these things are a great way of killing time). Haven't seen one before so, why not?
Let's waste some time!!!
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Just answer with "yes" or "no" and "N/A" if you don't know the person above you.
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Old 10-30-2016,
AlimypwDind AlimypwDind is offline
 
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Umm...Well, I have very few actual "friends" on the Vine - mostly friendly associates, associates, and enemies.
I guess following the thread rules, I'm inclined to say yes.
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Old 11-01-2016,
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I would think so.
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Old 11-02-2016,
Aminahony Aminahony is offline
 
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Nope. I consider her an alt of a friend.
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Old 11-02-2016,
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Well, markets tend to 'sell the news' and 'buy the dips' to an extent, and then continue on the way they were going....

I guess that the market will react up/down according to it's happiness/sadness about an event 1-10 on the Richter scale, depending on the perceived economic consequences.

After the down/up turmoil post 9/11, the market rallied - after the up/down turmoil post Saddam, the market rallied.......

I'm just going for a lie-down now.....
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