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March 3rd, about a month to Easter and less than five months to my twenty-fifth birthday!

My inheritance in the form of a trust fund from my grandparents comes to fruit on my twenty-fifth birthday. When my brother was twenty five he got a large amount of money (which he hasn't spent much of) and titles to parts of our father's businesses. When he comes out of the army, he will automatically join the firm as a vice-president! Me too! Though I am not in the army!

Easter this year will be fraught with feelings of risk, with Putin's war in Ukraine still only a few thousand kilometres away. He has no gripe with Slovenia, but we are a NATO member, and he might target Ljubljana with a long range missile. He really is a rogue who needs to face justice, or an assassin's skill. Europe will be so much more secure, if we can get rid of all the little dictators and criminals.
Best not to advertise your inheritance.
It will attract phishers, scammers and hackers.
If they're skilled enough they could break through your anonymity, security codes, scam detectors and emotional defences - and amid the thousands who are idiots, there'll always be at least one who can do it.
Please delete your post before too many see it.

As for the Ukraine - I feel that most of the Western world will keep sending arms and helping to train the soldiers.
The Ukrainian people's will to defend their own territory and independence is strong and they have home ground advantage.
The Russian people have been lied to and their soldiers discover it as soon as they get to the front. Most become quickly demoralised.
It's vital to NATO's security that Putin is not permitted to get away with his crimes. America, Australia and others are all helping.
The war may drag on for some time and the misery get much worse,
but in the end Ukraine will win with our support.
jackson55 · M
Early happy birthday. Yes, Mad Vlad needs two to the back of the head. The world would be a better place.
MrAverage1965 · 61-69, M
I suspect if Putin were assassinated there would be someone equally dangerous ready to replace him.

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