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How to protect my bike? by Fanny Goodshit - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 18:02:18 EST ID:CO6r09ic No.38080 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do you make your bike Theft-Resistant?
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Fucking Billingfoot - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 01:35:46 EST ID:ElhLyxQ2 No.38097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you can get axles that need special keys for your wheels, secure your seat to the frame with a bit of gear chain enclosed in some scrap tubing, square link chain is made to resist bolt-cutters, also choosing your parking spots wisely, like somewhere in public view, where you can keep an eye on it or bringing it inside when it's not in use. some people ride with two U-locks for both wheels, though U-locks are often broken with car jacks bending them from the inside until they pop.
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Molly Greenridge - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 22:24:59 EST ID:9SMT9fTx No.38100 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fc_a0pbeuqU
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Shitting Ferryditch - Thu, 27 Oct 2016 00:47:18 EST ID:WRlRIdAs No.38107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>38080
looks like one could actually ride the bike away with a little effort as well
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Clara Turveyshit - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 06:42:56 EST ID:CfRcPIve No.38117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If you know how to weld, get some flat bar. About 3/8" thick by 1 inch wide. Bend it into a big ass U. Weld a hinge onto it or bolt it and grind the flats off the bolts so it can't be loosened. Locktite that shit too noob. bend a short L onto the hinge piece so that it overlaps the other side. Then drill a .5" hole through and put a circular lock on that nigga.

Bolt cutters can't cut 1" flat bar. Bolt cutters can't cut round locks. An expensive round lock can't be bump keyed or easily picked. Nobody is going to pop out a portable oxy-acet torch or a battery powered angle grinder to steal your bike. Both are loud and obnoxious as fuck.

>Make your bike look like a total piece of shit too. Stickers, duct tape, rust etc all make your shit look less enticing.

>Purple is lock.
>Red is top bar that hinges.
>Black is the U thing of flat bar.
>Blue is hinge.
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Alice Chettingfog - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 12:22:44 EST ID:jWMIDY2n No.38185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38117
That lock would weigh like fucking 15lbs. And I would say the hinge is the weakest part of that and it's where I'd attack it. Upside down can of air duster and a hammer maybe? Depends on how well you weld.


I want to learn to sew by Phineas Pickhood - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 08:34:54 EST ID:4hzZzHmr No.38109 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm not sure where to begin, but I wonder if there is a well known or well-thought-of guide that already exists. I'll be googling, of course, but perhaps someone here knows a reputable guide for the very, very beginner off the top of their head. A .pdf maybe. I'm not sure.
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Phineas Pickhood - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 08:39:08 EST ID:4hzZzHmr No.38110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh! Very important: I mean to sew by needle and thread, by hand. I do not have a sewing machine at the moment. Can't believe I left that out.
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George Crandleford - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 13:49:33 EST ID:R3G9+7LE No.38111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
start with a sewing kit , needle and thread , if you dont have one already , put the thread on the edge of a needle and use it on fabric you want to experiment on, its nice feeling when you do it c; , layers and patterns are just a part of it


Darknet drug vendors by Molly Blythehood - Sun, 22 May 2016 09:55:41 EST ID:18TJrgJG No.37955 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Okay, I've spent most of my life buying my drugs in bad parts of town. With my new job im there 10 hours a day 5 days a week so thats out of the question. So how do I get into this? I know I need a tor onion browser, bitcoins, and a reputable vendor. Aside from that I know nothing. Anyone more experienced with this wanna help e out?
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Phoebe Siffingspear - Sat, 30 Jul 2016 19:28:43 EST ID:UX3ispjh No.38008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38001
I think by "there" he means "at work" rather than "the bad part of town". Like he's gonna be busy working and won't have time to hang around waiting for his dealer to call him back or whatever.
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Wesley Garringdock - Sat, 30 Jul 2016 20:59:15 EST ID:txNnzHvu No.38009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37999
The thing that freaks me out most on there is the BitCoin thing, and OS backdoors. That is something you absolutely cannot fuck up lest you surrender your anus for 25 to life
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Graham Brookson - Thu, 11 Aug 2016 05:50:46 EST ID:SR1TbmtJ No.38018 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just run tails off an usb drive, use PGP, clean your coins, learn to use multisig (if a market doesn't support multisig don't fucking use it), don't finalize early, don't be that dickhole that orders a pound of weed over the mail, and in general don't be a retard and you'll be fine

nobody gives a shit if you order drugs through the mail, people have been doing that for decades, just don't buy retarded amounts and don't sell. I shouldn't be spoonfeeding but what the hell, might as well give you a few pointers if you're gonna do it anyway so you don't fuck it up for the rest of us.
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Walter Hellychark - Tue, 27 Sep 2016 12:06:08 EST ID:sHAtrwmr No.38085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38018
What about using drops? Are they really that important? In the US can you not set the package by the door for a few days wait, then if you get busted you can just claim you were about to return it to the post because you didn't know what it was.
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Eliza Bommlecocke - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 02:49:31 EST ID:6MGu1v1A No.38091 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Darknet Market Noobs on circlejerk has a full fledged guide that shows you exactamento what to do brah.

This anon is based:
>>38018

>>38018
>>38018
>>38018
>>38018
>>38018
>>38018


interactive challenge! by hellllooooo - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 04:06:32 EST ID:py68uElQ No.38081 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hey howto/

posted on tesla/ but think howto? more apt

does anyone know how to make an interactive audio installation using Arduino or Raspberry Pi to trigger pre-recorded loops that synchronize?

would love to create but dont know how!

Should I be on another (bread) board?

essentially need a midi controller for abelto loops i think!


My QWET extract by Fanny Drettingnack - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 07:13:46 EST ID:/CEV6U1u No.38058 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I did a QWET tincture. I've done this a few times and the results have always been very satisfactory.

Stuff that I used:

a sieve
some tin foil
a plastic container with a lid
cast iron pot
measuring glasses
a syringe for measuring
(a petri dish and a razor)

14,3g (0,5oz) of bud
0,5 litres of 80% (160 proof) vodka
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Fanny Drettingnack - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 07:21:35 EST ID:/CEV6U1u No.38062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Some solid stuff (trichomes and plant flakes) is bound to come thru my sieve since I don't filter the extract at all. After dividing the extract with a syringe on to different vials and bottles there was some solids left behind on my measuring glasses. I poured some extract back to the measuring glasses and tried to flush everything solid onto a petri dish. I placed the petri dish on top of my fridge for the alcohol to evaporate. Picture is taken after 3 days of evaporating. After all the alcohol has evaporated I'm gonna scrape the remaining stuff with a razor and maybe mix it with some bud for smoking.

The remaining plant material I use for smoking. I let the alcohol evaporate and the stuff to dry and then mix it with some bud. (I mix my weed with tobacco so this way I can reduce the amount of tobacco used per spliff) It tastes quite bad but I don't wan't to waste anything.
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Fanny Drettingnack - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 07:25:32 EST ID:/CEV6U1u No.38063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Any comments and opinions of my methods are more than welcomed.
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Ian Lightridge - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 17:16:18 EST ID:wHJ/+Aps No.38064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38062
Pretty neato. I'm actually going to do this for the first time sometime this month.
But, taking that extracted material to add to bud for smoking? Do you think just taking it orally won't be as effective, or maybe you just did this with the intention of turning some of your weed into superweed?
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Esther Bardcocke - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 21:24:42 EST ID:kIzXZabs No.38065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38064

The superweed part is correct. It's like a poor man's moon rocks. Taking it orally would be kinda strange since the stuff I'm left with is a very small amount of some sort of paste, smoking it makes the most sense to me.
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Hedda Nesslestone - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 15:52:12 EST ID:aPOlRR5k No.38078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38062
This is exactly how I do it, except I'll use ISO if the final step is to do an evaporation in order to make oil for my vape pen.

In the states we have everclear, so that works well if you cant find 150 proof vodka.


Custom Fetish-wear (made in China?) by Lobotomy Robot - Sun, 10 Jul 2016 17:46:09 EST ID:TVcagvbz No.37989 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'd like to get some custom Body-suits and frilly-panties and fluffy swimwear made for us.

Do you think it can be cheaply made in China or somewhere else?

Anyone ever contacted a foreign manufacturer and got a cheap price?
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Thu, 28 Jul 2016 22:50:53 EST ID:P7NuvXfc No.38005 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds like a good way to get contact dermatitis.
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Labour Leber - Fri, 29 Jul 2016 02:05:22 EST ID:uOdlKgRH No.38006 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>38004
>>37989

yep, don't do that.

They use some toxic shit for production!

Heard a podcast some days ago, how the families from China are importing diapers from Japan, because the China-diapers are giving very nasty rashes!
Someone got even some sick rash on his nose, after using the toilet-paper for sneezing.
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Bumble Bee - Tue, 02 Aug 2016 06:43:50 EST ID:iP/Kgnz9 No.38012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>38006
>>38005
>>38004
This!

>>23782
>>23253
>>20781
>>20780
(TLDR: Custom-made is horreoundously expensive because snobs pay for this kind of stuff, Cheap productions give you rashes or Aids!)

Its really a shame, that there isn't more in this sector.
swim-suits and swim-diapers and swim-pants seem to be really a niche in this market!

Getting it custom-made by a tailor will be a pretty expensive thing, compared to 20- 30 $ retail-products.
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Ernest Cemmlenire - Sun, 04 Sep 2016 01:47:04 EST ID:JM0kY2m1 No.38070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38004
I've purchased two penis pumps (one Bathmate and one standard) and my dick hasn't fallen off. These products both contain rubber that is in contact with my penis while I use it (40mins a day) - stop the fear mongering and just get your custom fetish gear.
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Hold Mosa - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 05:45:02 EST ID:sGV1er1G No.38077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>38070
>stucking your dick into contraptions you don't know under what conditions they were produced
>playing russian roulette with your penis
>maybe thats the reason you need penis-pumps


How do i break into an email? by Lydia Pushcocke - Sat, 30 Jul 2016 01:25:10 EST ID:6xCY09fk No.38007 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm looking for any guides or tips to finding the passwords for a few email addresses, i've been digging into the idea of bruteforce but im still at a loss, any ideas on where to start or guides i can follow?
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Nell Herringfield - Tue, 30 Aug 2016 10:16:17 EST ID:C5uoX4Fs No.38052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://haveibeenpwned.com


some shitty microsoft card lol by Fuck Brombledock - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 07:36:04 EST ID:2gv4duNM No.38022 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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any chance i could sell this thing? and where?


Recent Projects Thread by Caroline Cendlefire - Wed, 23 Sep 2015 00:08:00 EST ID:3xbWji3E No.37665 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello /howto/,

Most threads on here are asking the users how to do a certain thing. However, let this thread be a celebration of recent projects you have accomplished. I will list mine to initiate the thread. Mine are all just handyman shit since I don't have any serious skills but yours don't have to be home or car repairs, just any project that you figured out "how to" do.

If anyone plans to do any of these projects soon I can offer a bit of advice.

>Changed my radiator.
>Fixed my cracked roof tiles.
>Fixed my running toilet.
>Installed new fridge (also installed water line for it), oven, and dryer.
>Fixed broken cabinet.
>Installed security screens on windows.
>Landscaped entire front and side yard.
>Replaced entire back door including frame.
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Charles Gedgestuck - Mon, 11 Jul 2016 01:49:52 EST ID:sdYO/lyp No.37991 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Expanded my work bench, it's late as fuck now so I'll try to post a picture later
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Charles Gedgestuck - Mon, 11 Jul 2016 15:05:28 EST ID:sdYO/lyp No.37992 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37991
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Phoebe Grandstock - Sun, 24 Jul 2016 00:17:19 EST ID:4GSMii3E No.38002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
today i made a shelf
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Cyril Sillywell - Mon, 01 Aug 2016 14:49:24 EST ID:dIiZ8GS0 No.38010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>38002
Fuel pump access trap
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Cedric Blillychid - Mon, 01 Aug 2016 16:19:17 EST ID:Mof675hT No.38011 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>38010
fuel pump access trap is the name of my new harsh noise wall cassette


Travel with no money or practical skills by Esther Greenford - Sun, 30 Aug 2015 16:28:55 EST ID:bkrOErn5 No.37625 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm a 21 year old white american male looking to travel. Problem being I have no skills or degree and am working something of a wage slave low-income job with little opportunity to save a reasonable amount of money anytime soon.

What are my options?

The only thing I have come up with is teaching English abroad, apparently some countries will take you even without a 4 year degree. Still doing research on which and where.

All contributions appreciated, but please don't post just to say something along the lines of "you're fucked", that doesn't help anyone.

SLAYER
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Priscilla Greenbury - Sun, 20 Sep 2015 01:46:35 EST ID:7xhDaVSc No.37659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37625
http://www.wwoof.net/

its indentured servitude in the 21st century but hey, skills and experience for work trade aint the worst out there, +PLUS sustainable, fresh, farm2table, seasonal, regional
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Fucking Wandleback - Sun, 27 Sep 2015 22:11:39 EST ID:cw1TbgE4 No.37667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37659
>skills and experience
intrigued
>organic farming
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Isabella Grandshit - Fri, 04 Mar 2016 00:50:52 EST ID:A3E8htqU No.37849 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know this is a relatively ancient thread, but nonetheless I'll bump because I imagine there are others with similar goals and predicaments as OP.

Seasonal work is my main suggestion for traveling/working outside of your immediate area. For instance, fisheries in Alaska are hiring heavily during the summer and winter seasons. It's good pay, usually requires no experience or skill, and there's room to move up plus you'll get the opportunity to rub elbows with people from all over the country. The downside is that it's usually a ton of hours and you'll probably blow most of your cash on booze.

Getting into a skilled labor position is also a fine option. I recently got hired on as an apprentice painter, and within a few months I've had numerous opportunities to go "on the road" painting retail outlets (walmart, home depot, etc) along the east coast. The pay rate was around $4k a month. I declined because I've got a lease and a wife and I just didn't feel ready to dive in that heavily in a field where I'm really green.

Another option is finding a position in another state/country where they're offering on the job training. Again, something technical or trade oriented is the best option (oil rigs, steel refineries, are always big hires).

As you may have noticed, I recommend learning a trade as it's useful anywhere you go and also a gateway to other opportunities, moreso than most any other field I've looked into. You'll pick up skills from other craftsmen very quickly and veterans are always willing to teach new people who ask questions and pay attention.
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Walter Hipperson - Sat, 09 Jul 2016 03:29:00 EST ID:jvlQ2H3q No.37985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Learn some form of street perfoming, if your dexterous maybe juggling, I play guitar. Get on the interstate with some shit (check circlejerk's hiking/backpacking stuff, good info on gear) put your thumb out. If youre more adventurous you can ride freight, not as easy. Get maps.
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Cedric Cimmlebanks - Sun, 24 Jul 2016 19:10:57 EST ID:H4SGt6EP No.38003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i taught English in Vietnam for 5 years, shit is cash. just look up jobs through facebook groups (ex: teaching in vietnam, saigon teachers, saigon ESL) and find a room on craigslist or one of the groups dedicated to housing in vietnam (ex: housing in vietnam)

pros: $16-25/hr to teach
no experience necessary
very good food
fine women

cons
???


Adult Aqua-Diapers by Hedoulko Pieluch - Mon, 16 May 2016 11:26:20 EST ID:FiUR942k No.37949 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to sew my own swim diapers.

Or buy material and let them get custom-made somewhere.

What materials should I use?

WHat will be the cost, for buying materials and getting it sewn together?
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Bembelbee Romperbum - Fri, 03 Jun 2016 14:11:09 EST ID:UlOhNqVv No.37963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37949
here is a tutorial for small ones.
I don't know how to upscale this, though.

http://www.sewmamasew.com/2011/06/aquarius-swimmer-swim-diaper-tutorial/

You'll need
  • Nylon/Poly/Spandex-mix (the fabric of Swim-suits)
Or Athletic Wicking Jersey
  • Mesh for the inside
  • maybe a fold-over and polyester thread
(I have no Idea what thats supposed to be)

Since I've never sew myself and have no Idea how to fit the diaper-pattern to adult-size
I hope somebody has an idea.
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Tingling Ruffles - Wed, 22 Jun 2016 08:09:33 EST ID:HCVncAVq No.37971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37963
here is a pattern for adult-sized swim-diapers:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_gGRlM2je34UTJSeTFCNzJpaG8/view?pref=2&pli=1

Here is a tutorial:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwQ_ju_4jCw
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Fluffy Unicorn - Thu, 14 Jul 2016 15:42:52 EST ID:BkAysLTw No.37994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37963
>>37971
as much I try, I just can't sew.

Have some friends who sew their Costumes for conventions by themselfes,

but I don't have the balls to ask them if they would sew something like these!

I've contacted maybe 20 tailors, locally and over the Internet.

Some didn't respond, others just stopped answering, while we were discussing price and fabrics

others were greedy arseholes.

I am open for Ideas.


Starting over by Walter Pandlekon - Thu, 07 May 2015 10:20:23 EST ID:ac2oFXG1 No.37453 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Guys is there anyway to go to a big city and start over with not a lot of cash? Assuming you find a job quick and don't mind some shitty living conditions.

Have you ever done or heard of anyone who's done something like that?
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Archie Sallerwuck - Fri, 08 May 2015 13:19:50 EST ID:qwqZTAPi No.37463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>37457
Out of curiosity, how many people were you sharing the place with and how much was/is it per month?

I currently have my best friend as a roommate which truly is awesome. We rarely have issues and if we do it's always resolved in a very chill way. However, I really struggle financially.

I'm not sure how I would do in a 'crowded' place though. Especially since I'd expect more drama the more people there are, since there's more room for incompatible personalities.
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Doris Pannercocke - Mon, 11 May 2015 23:46:44 EST ID:Bwl2V8uI No.37465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
"Starting over" doesn't really just happen like that. You go one of two routes, plan or jump. If you plan, you get a couple months rent ready, move, begin subletting a shit apt somwhere telling the landlord you are just getting on your feet, and you go from there finding a job and a reasonable place and whatnot.

Jumping is different, you go with assets as they are meaning you are not prepared to pay for a new place. You can sleep in your car or squat until you find a job. Squatting can be dangerous and it really takes balls. If you know a small building that closes at 9pm and doesnt open until 9am and you know you can be in and out and not leave much of a trace in that small amount of time, then you can squat. Otherwise, with a car, find places like walmart and shit and park kinda middle of the lane and just lay the seat allll the way back. cops might hassle you, just dont ride dirty while you are getting yourself set up.
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Martha Honeyforth - Thu, 14 May 2015 23:02:45 EST ID:yWYPQV1E No.37470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
HVAC&R
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Eugene Goodfuck - Sat, 16 May 2015 23:57:40 EST ID:RvmpvyiT No.37476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know a few people that have done it. It's good to take risks. I know they've left their respective hometowns to new and far locations with little but a backpack and maybe a few bucks.

just do it, talking to people is good anyway when you get to somewhere - what with the networking and all that i guess, so especially hippie liberal types are good to know/tend to be the most open to helpin out peeps
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Walter Hipperson - Sat, 09 Jul 2016 03:44:10 EST ID:jvlQ2H3q No.37986 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>37465
Squat in abandos not used store fronts wtf.
or stealth camp or car sleep


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