> On the night of his arrest, Serge waived his right to call a lawyer. [...] Then he sat down and politely tried to clear up the confusion of this FBI agent who had arrested him without an arrest warrant.
These are things no sane person should do, especially if they're innocent.
I don't know about links, but the basics are simple enough: track what you spend and save some % of what you make. Avoid debt for things that lose value (e.g. cars). Debt for things like houses that retain value can make sense, though. Always keep money in reserve. Pay off the high-interest debt (e.g. 30% APR credit cards) first. If you do buy any complex investments, keep in mind what conditions cause gain or loss. For example, I recently saw an annuity/ETF product where they let you invest in indexes and cover the first 10% of any losses, but you gain at most 10% annually (they get the rest). It took me a while to realize that this means you get a 10% upside and 90% downside.
I'm sure others can give you more common sense advice.
> Avoid debt for things that lose value (e.g. cars).
This is actually not terribly good advice. Debt does not become especially bad depending on whether what you used it for is gaining or losing value.
This rule is really a proxy for, "Don't buy an expensive car, boat, or plane, relative to what you are making." Now that is a good rule. There's no reason to hide it behind a false rule. Financing a purchase that you could pay cash for can sometimes be wise, even if the purchased item is losing value.
Could you possibly help us by putting in a ruler that marks the map coordinates? Yes, I can read the code to find where things are (or count), but there were a few times where it was somewhat inconvenient.
I don't understand why you chose to nitpick that word. Do you not believe that his stance is publicly known? That is all that matters for the rest of what I said. He would have to repudiate it specifically. His general statements are insufficient.
I just realized that I misread you and it's too late to edit. You're talking about lines of source code (and I do agree, I was really confused on the level where you can only edit a tiny section of code I missed), whereas I thought you were referring to the lasers puzzle (I just moved the exit for that).