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Scott Debevic

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My Uncle Braxton Debevic III is a bizarre character. By definition, he’s a genius sporting a 170 IQ. But he’s socially awkward and spends too much time belittling other members in the Mensa Discord group. Also, he is rocking the rugged Unabomber look, which isn’t helping him score many second dates. Nevertheless, he uses this picture in his online dating profiles.

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The only problem is that he looks more like this.

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So when my wife made me visit Uncle Braxton after his favorite sheep, Beth Anne, tragically passed away in a shearing accident, I wasn’t too excited. Nevertheless, I made the long drive to his compound in the desert city of Adelanto, which inaccurately describes itself as “The City of Unlimited Possibilities.”

I won’t go into much detail about our conversation as Uncle Braxton is a bit too odd to describe in a short piece like this. But to give you an idea, the first thing he asked was if I wanted to contribute $20 to his boss, John Michael’s, birthday gift. He then described the massive celebration they had planned for John Michael at the local bowling alley, followed by an all-you-can-eat sushi dinner.

After this brief diatribe, he offered me some of his lunch, a plate full of bacon, pickled artichoke hearts, and fish sticks. I declined and told him I had already eaten on the way over.

At about this point, I heard someone speaking in the other room. So I asked Uncle Braxton if someone else was there. He replied that his newest humanoid robot invention, Shillbot 3000, is recording for her faceless YouTube channel.

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Scott Debevic

My goal is growing wealth and earning passive income. Mainly focused on Bitcoin and crypto. Feel free to contact me at: scottdebevic@gmail.com